St. Silouan Orthodox Church
Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
603 Newell, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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Prison Ministry

The mission of the Saint Silouan Prison Ministry Team is to bring the love and encouragement of Christ to the inmates at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla, Washington. The Penitentiary is home to approximately 2,500 male felons in minimum, medium, close, and maximum custody.   On the second Sunday evening of each month, the Team brings the liturgical life of the Church (through Vespers, Gospel and Epistle readings, and homilies followed by lively question and answer sessions) to inmates in two close custody units.  The Team is also a link to Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry where inmates can get free Orthodox Study Bibles, books, pamphlets, icons, and a newsletter.  For more information about this ministry, please contact Fr. Daniel Reese or Lucy Henderson.

Fr. Daniel Reese:  fr.daniel@saintsilouan.org

Lucy Henderson: lucy.a.henderson@gmail.com

Upcoming Services
Friday, 28 March / 10 April
6:00 Pre-Sanctified Liturgy & Soup Supper
Saturday, 29 March / 11 April
LAZARUS SATURDAY
7:00 Matins
8:30 Divine Liturgy
6:30 Great Vespers
Sunday, 30 March / 12 April
PALM SUNDAY
8:00 Matins
9:30 Divine Liturgy
6:30 Prision MInistry
Monday, 31 March / 13 April
6:30am Bridegroom Matins
6:00pm Pre-Sanctfied Liturgy
Tuesday, 1 / 14 April
6:30am Bridegroom Matins
6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy
Wednesday, 2 / 15 April
6:30am Bridegroom Matins
6:00pm Pre-Sanctified Liturgy
Thursday, 3 / 16 April
8:00am Vesperal Liturgy
6:00pm Vespers, Foot Washing, & Soup Supper
7:00pm Matins & Passion Gospels

Location

St. Basil Academy of Classical Studies

St. Basil Academy offers a unique and exceptional academic experience for children residing in the Walla Walla Valley. While providing rigorous training in preparation for life-long learning, Classical Education is the most effective means of forming intelligent, thoughtful and well-rounded individuals able to use their God given talents to the utmost. 

“By Divine Providence, the diaspora emerged in order that the light of Orthodoxy would shine throughout the world.” — St John of Shanghai and San Francisco.

Sixty years ago, Saint John shepherded his flock of Russian refugees in the Philippines. Now a Russian Orthodox mission is working to share the fullness of the Faith.

Fr. Silouan, the priest at the mission, was a member of St. Silouan Orthodox Church before accepting the call to serve the people of the Philippines.

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