St. Barbara Russian Orthodox Church

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St Barbara Russian Orthodox Church
25 Spectrum Pointe Dr., Unit 403
Lake Forest, CA 92630
About parish relocation


We have moved from Irvine to Lake Forest !

Our new location now is:

25 Spectrum Pointe Drive, Unit 403, Lake Forest, CA 92630.

From Coptic Church of St. Marina go two miles east on Bake Parkway, and turn right to South Pointe Drive, then rutn left on Spectrum Pointe Drive, and you will see commercial building 25 on the left. Unit 403 is our church place.

All evening services during summer time will begine at 7 PM. Morning Liturgies, as usual, at 10 AM.


Upcoming Services

Saturday, 27 September / 10 October
7:00 Matins
Sunday, 28 September / 11 October
10:00 Divine Liturgy
Wednesday, 1 / 14 October
Protectoin of the Virgin Mary
*** No liturgy.
The Feast will be celebrated  at Holy Protection church in LA.
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Shrines of our Parish

By the mercy of God, by the prayers of Saints, we have been blessed by the particles of relics of the following Saints:

  • St. Great Martyr Barbara,
  • St. Great Martyr and Healer Panteleimon,
  • St. Hierarch Luke of Crimea,
  • Blessed Mother Matrena of Moscow,
  • Parents of St Sergius - St. Kyrill and Maria,
  • Several Venerated Fathers of the Kiev Caves.

All relics are installed in the icons and available for your veneration.

Throught the prayers of the Saints, o Lord Jesus Christ have mercy on us, and bless us!

Priest's Message

Saint Barbara Church was founded in 2006 by the blessing of His Eminence, Kyrill, Archbishop of San Francisco & Western America, Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Being established six years ago, the parish actually did not have permanent priest and regular Sunday Liturgies until 2011.

In July 2011, His Eminence, Archbishop Kyrill, of San Francisco & Western America, blessed Archpriest George Gulin who lived at that time in Sacramento to arrive at Orange County, to lead and strengthen the efforts of many “myrrh-bearers”, the true hard-workers on the “field of the Lord” at St. Barbara’s Mission. People of the parish needed spiritual leadership in order to organize parish life better and straighten it by the Holy Sacraments and Liturgical Services on regular basis. During last year the Sisterhood of the parish was formed, consisted of the devote members, who regularly take care of the Church, cleaning and beautifying it with fresh flowers; sewing sets of vestments, printing monthly church bulletin, etc. Our liturgical language is Church Slavonic, but we include some English into our services, as well.

The atmosphere of the parish is extremely friendly, charmingly open, truly sincere, touching, simple, full of love and respect. Many visitors repeat saying this, witnessing their adoration by such lovely atmosphere in the parish. Come and visit us on Sundays, to listen to our beautiful Choir!

With God's help, our parish successfully carries its spiritual mission. But we need even more active co-workers in Christ for the goal of raising up of our church building. Please join us in our efforts! Help our Mission to grow, to buy land and build a church facility! St. Barbara Parish receives no Diocesan aid, but operates entirely on donations of quite a small number of parishioners. Therefore we  need your additional help in order to build traditional Russian-style Church here in Orange County. If you wish to help us, pleaese send check to the parish address, or donate  through Paypal button.

Mailing Address Email and Phone
St. Barbara Russian Orthodox Church
P.O.Box 16121
Irvine, CA 92623
(916) 949-3719 , (949) 488-7062 (Phone)
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