Welcome to St. Elias the Prophet Church
419 N. Grandview Ave.
Dubuque, IA 52001
You're Invited to Come and See!
We believe that we exist to receive and share unconditional love, mercy, healing and peace, so that life has greater meaning and purpose. We just happen to be an Orthodox Christian Church in the Metropolis of Chicago with a history going back to the original apostles. If you, like us, believe this is what church should be, we invite you to be our guest.
The Orthodox Church is the timeless Christian faith for all peoples, everywhere, and of all backgrounds. We'd love to greet you at any of our services.
Services are in English, though we do the Lord's Prayer in various languages (Orthodoxy is, after all, a universal faith). We love to welcome guests anytime.
Christmas Eve (December 24): Vesperal Liturgy, 9 am
Christmas Day (December 25): Orthros, 9 am; Liturgy (our main service), 10 am.
Vespers and Religious Education, 5:30 pm
Vespers, 4 pm
Orthros, 9 am
Divine Liturgy (Orthodoxy's main service), 10 am
Sunday School, following communion.
For more information on our services please contact the Church office at (563) 583-5902 between the hours of 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Thursday.
Check out Fr. Dustin's website, Rediscovering Christianity, here.
Upcoming Gyro Days
(All scheduled Gyro Days are on a Friday from 11 am-2 pm at our address above)
January 25, 2019
St. Elias Church is dedicated to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in accordance with the Orthodox Christian tradition.
We seek to fulfill our mission by:
SUPPORTING the Church’s ministries through stewardship of time, talent, and treasure.
HELPING one another and our community through service and charitable outreach.
AFFIRMING a new life in Christ by living Orthodox Christian morals and virtues.
PROVIDING a welcoming, caring, and loving environment for all.
EMBRACING the spiritual life of the Orthodox Church through regular prayer, worship, and frequent participation in the sacraments.
ESTABLISHING a communion of friendship and fellowship for members and their families.
Macarius the Great of Egypt; Mark, Bishop of Ephesus; Arsenius of Corfu; Makarios of Alexandria; Makarios, Hierodeacon of Kalogera, Patmos; Removal of the Honorable Relics of Saint Gregory the Theologian; Branwallader, Bishop of Jersey
The life of the Orthodox Church perpetuates and fulfills the ministry of Jesus Christ. The close association between Christ and His Church is reflected in the images from the Scriptures which declare that Christ is the Head and the Church is His Body, and that Christ is the Bridegroom and the Church is His bride. Learn more»