Online Chapel

Watch ALL church services online
See Calendar and Events for times.

Our online chapel ministry began during Great Lent 2013 to provide live streaming and recordings of chapel services for those who are elderly, ill, or infirm and are not able to attend services at their parish.  We broadcast select services LIVE from our chapel (see schedule below) on Ustream. The services can be viewed at a later time on YouTube. All you need is a high speed internet connection and a computer. If you are using a mobile device, you may need to download the Ustream app for live viewing.

Last Minute Schedule Changes will be posted here:
 The monastery is closed for the nuns' retreat Monday November 2 through Friday November 6th. NO services will be streamed this week.

*Regular Online Chapel Schedule*
All services at the monastery will now stream live.
Regular Weekday Services:
6:30am Matins, 1st Hour, Typica
12:00pm 3rd, 6th, & 9th Hours
5:00pm Vespers and Compline (or Akathist - Fridays)

7:30am Matins
8:45am Divine Liturgy
5:30pm Vigil

8:45am Akathist and Hours
9:30am Divine Liturgy

*Services times and streaming availability subject to change*
*Select services will be archived on YouTube*

Watch Special Event
Recorded Tuesday, November 5
V.Rev, A. J. Bernstein gave a lecture titled:
Fr. James Bernstein, co-founder of Jews for Jesus and a long-time Orthodox priest, will present essential concepts of Christianity and how they evolved from Judaism, specifically within the context of Orthodox Christian worship.
*our apologies about the extra noise in the video -- there were construction workers in the basement and on the roof working on Phase 2 of the Expansion Project.

A higher quality audio File of Fr. Bernstein's lecture:

To watch services live (when applicable):

Video Streaming Feedback
*Please note: Several users have mentioned the advertisements on Ustream as a problem. As individual users, you may sign  up for Ustream Premium Membership and watch programs ad-free for  $3.99 per month. Click here for details.