St. Elias Orthodox Church
A Church of the Antiochian Orthodox Church of North America
915 Lynn Street New Castle, PA 16101

Fr. Kevin Gregory Long, Priest 
Bishop THOMAS (Joseph), Bishop of Charleston, Oakland, and the mid-Atlantic (Auxiliary)
Metropolitan JOSEPH (Al-Zehlaoui), Archbishop of New York and Washington, DC and Metropolitan of North America

Regular Service Times

All services are open to the public.  At this time, masks are required at all times in the Church building (except in the case of medical necessity).

Scheduled Divine Services will be streamed on our YouTube channel. Click here to view.


10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy

5:00 PM - Vespers


10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy (Click here to view the stream.)


7:00 PM - Wednesday evening Live Stream with Fr. Kevin (Click here to view the stream)

Confession and Individual Communion: By appointment.  Because of the pandemic, communion is available to those who are in good standing with the church and wish to receive though not in a public setting.  Please click here to contact Father if you would like to arrange a time for confession or communion.


Christ is in our midst!  He is and ever shall be!

Thank you for visiting our website.  Saint Elias Orthodox Church in New Castle, PA is a pan-Orthodox church with people from various walks of life.  We have a vibrant and active community, with several informative classes, both for children and adults. 

We are a typical Antiochian Orthodox church, having been established in 1913, and among other things that means that food is a central part of the fabric of our community.  We bake Syrian bread most every Tuesday during the year.  Additionally, we get together to make meat pies, spinach pies, or kibbee several times a year.  We also have an Middle-Eastern food festival, which is a great opportunity to welcome the greater New Castle community to our church to enjoy great food and customary hospitality.

But the greatness in the Saint Elias community lies in its care and concern for others.  Christ calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves: the community of Saint Elias strives to faithfully honor that calling.

Please accept this invitation to visit our website and contact us if you have any questions.  We gather for the Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10:00 AM which you can see on our YouTube channel.  If you are curious, please contact us and we would be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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