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We are a parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. His Eminence Metropolitan JOSEPH is our primate.

The Diocese of Wichita and Mid America covers our geographic area. His Grace Bishop BASIL is our local bishop.

Visit the Antiochian website to learn more about out Church beliefs and practices.
http://www.antiochian.org/home

Another great resource of information about Holy Orthodoxy, including many podcasts can be found on Ancient Faith Ministries:
https://www.ancientfaith.com

The Holy Orthodox Church believes, practices, and worships in continuity with the Creeds and Canons of the 7 Great Ecumenical Councils of the Ancient Church. It does not change its beliefs today or moral teachings. The Nicene Constantinoplitan Creed is confessed by the faithful at every Divine Liturgy (our main worship service of the Holy Eucharist).
https://orthodoxwiki.org/Nicene-Constantinopolitan_Creed

St. Luke Orthodox Christian Church address is:
722 Austin Avenue, Erie, CO 80516
(Corner of County Line Road and Austin Ave)

Church Office Phone:
303-665-4013

The V. Rev. Fr. David Mustian is pastor

The V. Rev. Fr. Stephan Close is attached priest
The Rev. Fr. Jason Falcon is also attached priest, now serving as a military chaplain in the Middle East

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His Grace Bishop BASIL is shown in the photo
with Fr. David (on left) and Fr. Stephan (on right)

The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America is an archdiocese of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East. It traces its roots to first century Antioch (modern-day Antakya, Turkey), the city in which the disciples of Jesus Christ were first called Christians (Acts 11:26). The Patriarchate is led by His Beatitude John X from Damascus, Syria (shown in photo below with Metropolitan Joseph) . In addition to its continuing presence in Syria and Lebanon, the Antiochian Patriarchate has archdioceses in Europe; Asia; North, Central and South America; and Australia and New Zealand.
The Church of Antioch was established by the Apostles Paul and Barnabas in 42 A.D., with St. Peter serving for the next eight years as its first prelate. The Church of Antioch is one of the five ancient Patriarchates of the Christian Church, along with Alexandria, Constantinople, Jerusalem, and Rome. Antiochians are in full communion with other Orthodox Christian jurisdictions, such as the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the Orthodox Church in America, as well as many other Orthodox jurisdictions around the world.
Read more about this at:
http://ww1.antiochian.org/middle-east?page=7
Visit the Facebook page (link below) to learn more about our Antiochian Patriarchate, including current statements and activities:
https://www.facebook.com/Antiochpatriarchate.org
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