Holy Cross provides a number of ministries specific to the needs of the various groups of parishioners: men, women, youth and more.
Adult Education seeks to equip its parishioners to participate in the life of the Church and practice the metanoia prescribed by the Church.
Holy Cross offers a 10 week introductory course surveying the history, spirituality, doctrine, and worship of the Orthodox Church.
The Holy Cross Bookstore provides access to quality Orthodox books, icons and music.
The Brotherhood of St. Joseph is a men's group committed to discovering how the Orthodox Faith and how they relate to our roles, gifts, and responsibilities as men.
The Sisterhood of St. Nina's goal is to provide a variety of opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth and community service to strengthen the personal relationships of our women.
The Chanting ministry gives both chanter and congregation a means of spiritual formation and growth, a path to humility, and an increasing knowledge of Church theology.
The Choir Ministry leads the congregation in singing and offering the liturgy to God as well as ministers to each individual who sings in the choir through in-depth study of the hymnody.
The Coffee Hour ministry is made up of several families who provide meals so that the entire parish may have lunch and fellowship together after the Divine Liturgy.
The Parish Council is composed of lay leaders, some elected and others appointed, who focus on the overall direction and goals for the Parish.
The Youth Ministry hosts monthly middle and high school discipleship groups to give the youth an opportunity to be personally mentored in small, gender separate and age-specific groups as they strive to apply the Orthodox Faith to their daily lives.
The Sunday School Ministry is for all children three and older and uses a curriculum published by the Orthodox Christian Education Commission (OCEC). Classes are age-specific.
Each summer, usually in July or early August, we offer a week of Vacation Church School for children 4 to 10.