We are parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, under the pastoral care of Metropolitan PHILIP, and the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America shepherded by Bishop BASIL. We began as a mission in late 2001, sponsored by the St. Joseph Orthodox Christian Church of Houston, Texas. We were given the name of St. Silouan in 2004, and in the summer of 2012 we were granted full parish status from the Archdiocese. Follow the links at the left of the page to learn more about the parish, upcoming services, and the Orthodox Faith.
We are a pan-Orthodox group and welcome new members from any of the Eastern Orthodox Churches, as well anyone who is interested in learning more about Orthodox Christianity.
Visitors are always welcome at any of our services or other events!
Christ is risen! Truly He is risen!
May God grant all a truly blessed Pascha!
Study and Discussion Group
Each Saturday afternoon our study and discussion group meets to learn more about our faith; the discussion is open to both newcomers and long time Orthodox Christians! Our current study is based on reading and discussion of the writings of St. Silouan, our patron saint. All are invited at any time - we normally meet at 4:30 PM on Saturdays (but check the online calendar for exceptions), followed by the Great Vespers service at 5:30 PM.
Given the service schedule for Holy Week and Pascha, we will not meet again until later in May (stay tuned for schedule updates!)
We have been assigned to full parish status by the Antiochian Archdiocese and are no longer considered a mission! This web site and other documents will be updated soon to reflect this change.
We've created a new online book store through Amazon to help make it easier to find materials to learn about Orthodox Christianity. Check it out!