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  • Our Doors are Open

  • Welcome

    St Elizabeth the Wonderworker Greek Orthodox Church serves the Orthodox Community in Gainesville, Florida. We are happy and proud to serve the religious needs of Orthodox Christian families of many nationalities and of the Orthodox Christian students of the University of Florida and the Santa Fe Community College.

  • Stay Home, Stay Safe

    The church is open for Sunday services with limited attendance, and safety measures in place. Please SIGN UP before you come to church. Look for more information on the Our Doors are Open link.

    If you are not ready to come back to church,  we certainly understand. W
    e encourage you to worship at home and stay connected. All services will continue to be broadcast live on FACEBOOK at the times listed below.

    • Sunday, February 28, 9:00 AM
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    • Sunday, February 28, 10:00 AM
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    • Wednesday, March 3, 6:00 PM
      Join us for a lively discussion! This year we are exploring our faith, guided by the book, The Year of Grace of the Lord. The text can be purchased at SVSPress.com or on Amazon.com. Call the church for more information. (352) 371-7258.
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    • Saturday, March 6, 9:00 AM
      The deceased are remembered at a special Liturgical Service called "Saturday of the Souls". As Orthodox Christians it is our sacred duty to remember and pray for the souls, both known and unknown to us. Parishioners are reminded to offer small dishes of "Koliva" to the church and to submit a list of names as well as an offering for the repose of the souls to the priest.
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    • Sunday, March 7, 9:00 AM
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