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St. Brendan Eastern Orthodox Mission is presently meeting in the historic Finnish-designed church at 820 Alameda Avenue, Astoria, Oregon.  Heading south on Marine Drive, turn left on Columbia Street. In 475 feet, turn right on Alameda Avenue. In one mile the church will be on the right-hand side, directly across from Captain Robert Gray Elementary School.

For those looking for when we meet, please see our calendar of services. Liturgy weekends are the first and third Sundays of each month. A Typica (Reader’s service) is served on the second Sunday of the month.  Please call or email to verify the service schedule.

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Saint Brendan the Navigator Orthodox Church
820 Alameda Avenue (Mailing: PO Box 393)
Astoria, Or 97103
orthodoxastoria.org
Email: rdrseraphim@gmail.com
Phone: 503-201-3973 or 503-329-0260

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St. Brendan Orthodox Church is part of the Diocese of The West, which is presided over by The Most Reverend Benjamin, Archbishop of San Francisco and the West. Our mission is bringing the joy of Christ's resurrection to those who have never heard the Good News, and to strengthen and encourage the faithful who reside within Astoria and the local area. 

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Saint Brendan the Navigator Orthodox Church
820 Alameda Avenue (Mailing: PO Box 393)
Astoria, Or 97103
orthodoxastoria.org
Email: rdrseraphim@gmail.com
Phone: 503-201-3973 or 503-329-0260