Some of the Ministries of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church...


The Ladies' Philoptochos Society has at its core a desire to help out those in need.  The Philoptochos meets at least quarterly after the Sunday Divine Liturgy.  The Philoptochos assists many local charities along with many Orthodox Christian charities around the country and world!

OCF (Orthodox Christian Fellowship) for College Students

OCF meets twice a month in conjuction in Milledgeville with the students of Georgia College.  OCF provides an outlet for students to meet with Orthodox clergy and to keep the connection with the Church in such a pivotal time of their lives.

GOYA/Hope and Joy (Youth)

Our youth currently have a monthly activity where we can get together and share in fellowship with one another outside of the Church setting.

Adult Study Class

The Adult Study Class takes place every Wednesday evening after a small worship service.  Check the "Education" page for more details about the current Adult Study Class.  There is also a Bible Study that takes place on Sundays after the Divine Liturgy.

Altar Servers

It is a privilege and an honor for our boys and young men to worship and serve in the holy sanctuary during the divine services. This ministry is for Orthodox Christian males who are regular church attenders and who are at least 9 years old (or in 4th grade). With the blessing of the priest, it is possible for younger boys to attend and observe. New altar servers commence their service in September, at the beginning of the ecclesiastic and school year. For more information please contact Fr. Theodore.



Community Outreach

Greek Dance


...and more!

Sunday Service:

Orthros (Matins):
9:15 AM

Divine Liturgy:
10:30 AM

Church School:
11:30 AM

Fellowship Hour:
12:00 PM

Bible Study:
12:45 PM

(Fellowship Hour and Bible Study are currently suspended due to the COVID-19 Regulations)

* See the online calendar for weekday services and Saturday Vespers!

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