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Our Priest

The parish priest for St. Mary's Orthodox Church is Fr. Mark Hagan.

Fr. Mark Hagan has served the St. Mary's and St. Simon parishes since 2001.

The St. Mary's and St. Simon faithful are grateful for the service of Fr. Mark and his family to our parishes. 


St. Mary's Orthodox Church presently has one subdeacon, Edward Mathis.

Subdeacon Edward has been serving in the church for many years as first an altar server, then a reader, and now in his present role as subdeacon. 

St. Mary's Church is grateful for the service of all who serve the parish.


Daily Thoughts

"From God comes grace, but from us comes labor. Therefore, let no one even think that the holy apostles relied solely on the God-given grace, or that it was easy for them, or that performed their great work in the world without effort. Gathering his last strength the Holy Apostle James raised himeslf to his knees, stretched forth his hands towards heaven and fervently prayed to God saying: 'Lord, forgive them this sin, for they know not what they are doing.' While he was praying thus, wicked men struck him with stones from all sides...killing the saint of God." St. Nicholas of Zica 

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