About St. Thomas the Apostle Orthodox Christian Church

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Tired of the ever-changing theological landscape? Experience the full and complete revelation of Jesus Christ in ancient Christianity.

Where East meets Midwest

Who We Are
We are a diverse group! Many of us are converts to Orthodoxy from Evangelical (Protestant) backgrounds. Others have traveled equally far – in the physical sense – from places like India, Greece, and Romania, to practice an ancient faith in a new country. All of us seek the full and complete revelation of Jesus Christ as our Lord, God, and Savior. Join us in a timeless worship, to ask questions, or just to look around. Experience the ancient Christian faith in the modern world.

Service Times

If you’ve never attended an Orthodox worship service, you may find this article helpful: 12 things I wish I’d known before my first visit to an Orthodox Church by Frederica Mathewes-Green.

General Liturgical Services
Sundays:
9:00 a.m. Christian Education/Sunday School
10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy

Wednesdays:
6:00 p.m. Prayer Service

Saturdays:
6:00 p.m. Great Vespers followed by confession

Special Liturgical Services
Please click the Upcoming Events/Service Schedule link.

6 thoughts on “About St. Thomas the Apostle Orthodox Christian Church

  1. Hey! Saw your link listed in Wikipedia, I used to live in Kokomo as a little girl. I am a Protestant interested in Orthodoxy, but I still found it great that one of my old hometowns has an Orthodox church. I attended Orthodox church sporadically through college due to transportation issues. Now I go to a Protestant church but am still seeking the ways of the faith. God bless you!

    • Hi Carol!

      Isn’t it funny how things like that go? We’ve been around since the early ’90s. If you ever come to Kokomo for a visit, please feel free to stop in. We’d love to meet you!

      Peace & blessings,

      Sonya

  2. I recently read “The Orthodox Church” by Bishop Ware, and I learned so much about Orthodoxy. I come from a Roman Catholic background, before changing to the Byzantine Rite still under the Pope. I am torn between these two worlds, please pray for me, that I may find out whether Eastern Orthodoxy or Eastern Catholicism is the right church for me.

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