St. Michael's Orthodox Christian Church
1182 Ashland Street
Greensburg, PA 15601
COVID-19 Update
Update for May 17, 2020:
Liturgy on Sunday, May 17th will be prayed and attended only by clergy and chanters. The faithful are instructed to remain at home as we continue to prepare for our return to in-person services. We encourage you to follow the services via livestream below.
St. Michael's will re-open to a limited number of parishioners on Sunday, May 24th, following these specific guidelines. Please also see this map of the pews which explains the seating plan for social distancing during church services. 
Please note that there will continue to be no meetings of any kind held in the church for the foreseeable future. Starting this week, there will no longer be open access to the church. Please make an appointment with Fr. John if you would like to visit the church or receive communion.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we seek a balance between returning to in-person worship and protecting the health of the community as a whole. God bless you for your cooperation.
Fr. John Nosal & the Parish Council of St. Michael's
Facebook Livestream

Our services are livestreamed below. If a livestream is not in progress at this time, the most recently recorded service will appear. Archived services may be found under the MEDIA tab in the menu bar. See Calendar for schedule of services.


Holy Week and Pascha Live-Stream Team



St. Michael's is a parish of the Orthodox Church, the original and oldest Christian Church. We belong to the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, part of the Church established by the Apostles Peter and Paul in Antioch, where the disciples were first called Christians (Acts 11:26). We share a direct and unbroken connection to this early center of Christianity, continuing the same faith and worship of the earliest Christians. Our bishops and clergy serve in direct succession to the first-century Apostles and their ministry. Father John Nosal is our priest and pastor. St. Michael's Orthodox Church was founded in 1955, but its roots in Greensburg date back to 1918. 

We invite you to come and see our worship and to learn about our faith! Divine Liturgy is every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.

The mission of St. Michael's is to tend to the flock of our Lord Jesus Christ and to spread the Good News of Christ to those outside the flock.  The mission is to be accomplished by:

  • Living a full and liturgical and sacramental life
  • Proclaiming the Orthodox Christian Faith to all people
  • Providing effective charitable and social programs
  • Establishing strong spiritual leadership and educational resources


“He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake.”

Paths of Righteousness, the hiking group launched at St. Michael’s last year under the leadership of Pete Papas and Fr. Sam Smolcic, is eagerly planning their 2020 hiking season! The group will again embark on wilderness hikes of 5 to 7 miles in length on Saturdays on established trails in Westmoreland, Fayette, Somerset, Indiana and Cambria Counties.

Fr. Sam has extensive experience on these trails and will be choosing routes of easy to moderate difficulty. He has twenty-five different hikes in this region mapped out in in his repertoire, all of which inspire praise to our Lord, “whose Name is majestic in all the earth.” (Psalm 8:9)

Adult hikers of both genders are welcome, with the only requirement being that they be fit enough an able to do the hike. Also, hikers with First Aid experience will be enthusiastically welcomed to participate. Hikes will take place approximately once every 6 weeks from April throughy late September. A very preliminary schedule of the hikes is as follows:

1 — April 4 3 — June 27 5 — September 19

2 — May 16 4 — August 8

The first date is fairly certain; subsequent dates are frim, but may be changed subject to weather forecasts.

Contact Pete Papas in person, by phone (412-558-1246), or by email ( if you are interested in becoming a part of this outdoor fellowship of those who are moved to “praise the Lord from the heavens” and “praise Him in the heights.” (Psalm 148:1) An orientation meeting will take place prior to the first hike.

Upcoming Calendar
CALENDAR (services are live-streamed, with limited attendance to begin on Sunday, May 24, 2020)
Saturday, May 30th
6:00 Great Vespers
Sunday, May 31st
8:45 Matins
10:00 Divine Liturgy

Saturday, June 6th
6:00 Great Vespers
Sunday, June 7th
8:45 Matins
10:00 Divine Liturgy

Saturday, June 13th
6:00 Great Vespers

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