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Important Dates in September

September is a busy month!!

1) Beginning Wednesday, September 3, we will return to our children at adult lessons at 6 pm. This year's theme for the adults will be "The Creed." Come and learn more about this important statement of faith. This is a great opportunity to invite a friend as well!
2) On Friday, September 5, we will have our first Middle and High School event for the year at 7 pm at the Church. All Middle and High School students are invited to come to an evening of food, fellowship, and discussions to kick off our year together!
3) The first major feast of the year is the Nativity of the Theotokos which we will celebrate with a birthday party for the Mother of God on Sunday, September 7. This event is being coordinated by some of our youngest members!
4) On Saturday, September 13, all of the ladies of the Church are invited to learn about baking holy bread with Kh. Kathryn at the Rogers home.
Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory Forever!

Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church is a parish in the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America in the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast.  Our community is a diverse group of people including people of many ethnic backgrounds, American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Romanian, Egyptian...  With this outstanding community, we strive to shine the light of Christ in our community.  I invite you to browse the pages of this website and to come and visit our community in worship of God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. 

With greetings and love in Christ our Lord

Fr. Philip, Pastor


Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church on TV!!
A new ministry from our community is a weekly television program.  Each Thursday at 8 pm on Acadiana Open Channel (Cox Cable 15 and 16) you will find Orthodoxy on TV!  Each 25 minute episode will include an Epistle reading, a Gospel reading, a sermon, and time permitting a saint of the day.  As we continue to build this program, we will include other types of lessons as well.  Check us out on AOC each Thursday at 8 pm!
Welcoming St. Raphael of Brooklyn

O Holy Father Raphael, Pray unto God for us!

Our small community is blessed with the presence of the holy relics of St. Raphael of Brooklyn.

St. Raphael was the bishop of Brooklyn, NY in the early part of the 20th century.  He was the first Orthodox bishop to be consecrated on American soil.  As a native of Syria who studied throughout the Orthodox world in both Russia and Greece, St. Raphael came to the United States to help found numerous Orthodox Churches throughout the country.  One of his many stops was Beaumont, Texas.  With our parishes long connection to Beaumont we are pleased to have our spiritual father in Christ with our community.

Along with this special connection, St. Raphael also is a great example of the vision of our community.  While Middle Eastern in background, St. Raphael was highly influenced by the many Orthodox traditions across the Orthodox world.  He used this training to best reach all of the "lost sheep" in America.  This diversity of his upbringing reflects the diversity of our community and the vision of our future here in Lafayette.

O Holy Father Raphael, pray unto God for us!

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