St. Sava Orthodox Church offers weekly open-to-the-public inquirer’s classes for inquiring minds old and new alike; if you’ve never set foot within church grounds anywhere your entire life, or you are a lifelong member of the church, all are welcome to read, mark and learn in a welcoming and fundamentals-based environment.

Emphasis is placed on fellowship in a personal and comfortable setting where all walks of life are cordially invited to join our clergy in a casual setting to better understand the basics of the Church, church life, and the fundamental underpinnings of our faith, with no expectations or standards set – there are no unwelcome questions here.

If you have missed some of the classes of this series, do not worry! You are welcome to join at any time!

St. Sava Orthodox Church Videos

Visit the St. Sava Orthodox Church – YouTube channel to watch educational videos from past inquirers classes and lectures.

Everyday Worship

Praying with a Prayer Rope ~ A simple introduction to the Prayer Rope and how it is used in our everyday lives.

St. Theophan the Recluse: On Prayer ~ Important instructional reminders about prayer from the Letters of Bishop Theophan the Recluse.

Great Lent

Study of the Purpose of Lent and the Prayer of St. Ephraim (audio) 
Part IPart II,Part III,Part IV

A wonderful series of talks from the Internet Orthodox radio broadcast, “Our Life in Christ.”

Ancient Faith Radio

Fill your day with refreshing Orthodox music and informative discussions. Listen to The Hours! Download Orthodox talk programs for your iPod or other digital media player!

Writings of the Early Fathers


A great source for the Ante-Nicean and Nicean / Post-Nicean collection of early writings. Some of the texts include the indices from the original translations (very useful).

Addtional Writings

Roger Pearse’s edited pages of traslations of additional writings not included in the ANF and NPNF series.

St. Pachomius Library

A great collection of links to early writings translated in English and Spanish. There is even a link to the complete collection of St. Basil the Great’s letters.

Additional Sources

Fr. John Romanides

This website provides some of Fr. John Romanides writings along with Hierotheos Vlachos and an article by Fr. George Florovsky. Fr. John Romanides is a good writer, able to express the “patristic mindset.”

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