St. Columba Orthodox Church
A local parish of the Self-Ruled Antiochian Orthodox Christian
Archdiocese of North America
Western Rite Vicariate


726 N. 119th St.
PO Box 377
Lafayette, CO 80026
303-673-9193

The Very Rev. Lester Michael Bundy, Priest-in-Charge
frbundy@stcolumbachurch.org

Service Times

Sundays
Matins 8:30 am
Divine Liturgy (Mass) 9:30 am

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no Wednesday or Saturday services in June. These services will resume in July. Sunday services will not change.


Wednesdays
Matins and Mass 6:30 pm (will resume in July)

Saturdays
Vespers 5:30 pm
(will resume in July)


Centennial Jubilee of the Falling Asleep of St. Raphael of Brooklyn





 

 

St. Columba is a local Parish under the Western Rite Vicariate of the Self-Ruled Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. The parish uses the Liturgy of St. Tikhon, which is a form of worship reflective of the ancient Anglican tradition. Please see the About Western Rite link for more information.

 

For more information about the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America go to: www.antiochian.org 

 

Orthodox Food for Thought
For those who believe in Him, Christ will become all this and even more, beyond enumeration, not only in the age to come but first in this life, and then in the world to come. Though in a n obscure way here below and in a perfect manner in the Kingdom, those who believe see clearly nonetheless and receive as of now the first-fruits of everything they will have in the future life. Indeed, if they do not receive on earth everything that was promised to them, they do not have any part or foretaste of the blessings to come, their higher hope being set on the hereafter. However, it is through death and the resurrection that God in His foresight has given us conditions, we unquestionable become partakers of the good things to come, that is, incorruptible, immortal, sons of God, sons of the light and of the day, inheritors of the Kingdom of Heaven, since we carry the Kingdom within.
-St. Symeon the New Theologian