Clicking here goes to information on the icon.Welcome to the St. Luke Web Page.
Search the site.Listen to Father Borichevsky's restored radio programsSee What St. Luke Orthodox Church has planned.Visit and sign our guest book.Contact the St. Luke Orthodox Church Web Development Team.
Find something on the site in a hurry.
St. Lukes Orthodox Church Home PageDonate Now!Shop for Orthodox goods from your Computerchurchdirectory Pages that deal with St. Luke the Evangelist Orthodox Church. What's the news at St. Lukes.View all the previous and current Evangelist newsletters.View the Sunday bulletin.Information about St. Luke Orthodox Church including the Mission and Vision statements. Pages for 'keeping in touch' with God. Information on prayers and prayingView the prayer of the week and all other previos prayers of the week.Need to pray for something? What is the Orthodox Church and how/why do Orthodox Christians worship? What is the Orthodox Church of America?Who were the Saints, and why do we honor them?Find and explore many different liturgical texts we have available, including the Divine LiturgyWhat is Pascha?  See what it's like at St. Luke's.How is Orthodoxy playing a role in the present times?Learn what are icons and how are they used in the Orthodox Church today.BellsSee what we have to offer!Current Issues Pages for Organizations of St. Lukes. Christian Education, Youth Group, Music, Church Resource Center, Adult Education, and Junior Olympics.Maintenance, New Building, Strategic Planning, Cell Phone Tower, Inventory, Cemetery/Memorial Book, and Historian.Outreach, Charities, Internet, Evangelist Newsletter, Media, Prison, Sanctity of Life, and Mission.Liturgical, Altar Servers, Bell Ringers, Cemetery, Readers, Greeters, Choir, and Vestments.Fellowship, Supply Coordinator, Prayer, Women's Ministry, New Americans, Sunshinem, Flowers, and Vestments. Some stuff Study the bibleSearch the bibleOrthodoxy on the lighter side...Words of Wisdom...If you've got the taste for great Orthodox foods, this is the place to be.Children friendly section of the pageMessages

Proto Deacon Andrew Werbiansky

Proto Deacon Andrew Werbiansky.

Name:Proto Deacon Andrew Werbiansky

As deacon, my primary function is to serve. I serve at the altar and assist Father Andrew. I also teach the teen class, sharing teaching responsibilities with other parishioners. Christ set the example of service when he washed the disciples' feet. Being a deacon allows me to serve God and his people.

Job Description

1. Deacons are assigned to the parish by the Bishop and are the Rector's assistants: therefore they are not part of the Parish Council. The Deacon's place in the community is one of humble "service to the least of her brothers and sisters". They may attend Council meetings and represent the rector when he is not able to attend. They may report on projects that have been assigned to them by the rector. They do not have a vote on council decisions.

2. Duties - with the knowledge and blessing of the Rector; Represent the parish at the Diocesan Assembly; Teach Bible studies and catechetical classes; Visit shut-ins, prisoners, and the sick; Assist when possible at all liturgical and sacramental functions; Help Rectors in other parishes with liturgical and sacramental functions; Be cognoscente of, church attendance and conduct and report when necessary; Be available for charitable outreach, mission and evangelism.

Annual Report January 2017
Annual Report January 2016
Annual Report January 2015
Annual Report January 2014
Annual Report January 2013
Annual Report January 2012
Annual Report January 2011
Annual Report January 2010
Annual Report January 2009
Annual Report January 2008
Annual Report January 2007
Annual Report January 2005
Annual Report January 2004
The Problem of the Diaconate in the Orthodox Church