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 Saint Elizabeth Orthodox Church will be holding a FREE Traditional Egg decorating Class on March 28th at 10 AM.
Learn how to decorate a traditional Eastern European style Easter egg using the batik method! The class is 2 hours long, all materials are provided.
Light traditional Lenten foods to be served for lunch.
Reservations Required.  Limited Seating.
Reservations close: March 14th
To register: email  OR  770-485-0504
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the class begins so you can settle in!
Location:  Saint Elizabeth Orthodox Church, 2265 East Cherokee Drive, Woodstock, GA

Welcome to our Home!

Our beautiful Eastern Orthodox Church is located north of Atlanta, Georgia, in Woodstock. When you see our sign on East Cherokee Drive in Woodstock, Georgia, our Church is 1/5 of a mile down the driveway.  


Greetings from our Parish Family!

Welcome to the home page of Saint Elizabeth Orthodox Church, Woodstock, Georgia, just north of Atlanta, Georgia .  We are a parish of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.  Our ruling hierarch is His Grace, Bishop Gregory of Nyssa.  Our diocesan see is in Johnstown, PA.  The Cathedral is Christ the Saviour.

As a parish we are dedicated to spreading the Good News of the message of Jesus Christ.

Our parishioners come from many different ethnic and religious traditions but all of us share in the belief in Jesus Christ and in the Apostolic Traditions that have been handed down through our Bishops for the last 2000 years.  Because of our varied heritage, we are truly Pan-Orthodox and we have embraced many wonderful traditions. Visitors are always welcome.

St. Elizabeth Orthodox Church serves Divine Liturgy on Sundays and Feast Days and is located at 2263 E. Cherokee Drive in Woodstock. For driving directions, click appropriate link on the right.

Liturgy begins each Sunday at 10 am with a coffee hour to follow.  Services are in English.  For more information, please call Priest/Administrator Father Matthew Dutko at (770) 485-0504.



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