Welcome to the St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church Website
Welcome to Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church!
Since 1931, Saint Spyridon has been the center of Orthodoxy in Upper Manhattan. Today, Saint Spyridon serves the Greek-American families of Washington Heights and beyond. The sanctuary contains some of the finest Byzantine iconography and architecture in the world and is a fitting tribute to God's glory. The liturgical experience of our parishioners and visitors is enhanced not only by the tremendous beauty of our church, but also becuase of the true family feel of the community.
Thousands of families all across the tri-state area, as well as many thousands more across the country can trace their family roots through the doors of Saint Spyridon. As the Greek community in New York grew and expanded, families moved out of the area, but still call Saint Spyridon their true spiritual house of worship. Whether it be for a memorial service or to celebrate the holy feastdays of the church, people from all over still call Saint Spyridon their home.
We hope you'll visit us at Saint Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church and become a regular family member as well
Saint Spyridon 85th Anniversary Gala
The Hellenic Orthodox Community of St. Spyridon requests the pleasure of your company at the 85th Anniversay Gala Honoring His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey to be held on Sunday, December 4, 2016. Details below. Please RSVP by November 14th. We look forward to seeing you!
Please join us every Sunday for the celebration of the Divine Liturgy, followed by a light Fellowship Hour in our Hall.
Sundays: Orthros (Matins): 9:00 AM | Divine Liturgy: 10:15 AM
For additional information on church services, please contact the Church office at (212) 795-5870 between the hours of 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Complimentary valet parking on Sundays.
The Holy Prophet Sophonias (Zephaniah); Our Righteous Father John, Bishop and Hesychast; Holy Martyrs Agapius and Seleucius; Theodore, Archbishop of Alexandria; Angelis the New Martyr; Karpos the Hieromartyr