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All Saints of West Point

An Orthodox Christian Online Outreach Site

The Mission

The purpose of All Saints is to share the 2,000 year old witness of Orthodox Christianity with West Point, Virginia and the surrounding area. This faith was established by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and His Apostles in the first century and continues in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and North Eastern Africa.

The Icon

The Synaxis of All Saints is in the center surrounded by four Jerusalem Crosses. At the corners are the following saints (clockwise from the top left): Moses the Black (Ethiopian), Herman of Alaska, Raphael (Hawaweeny) of Brooklyn, and Blessed Olga of Alaska.

Discover the Orthodox Christian Faith

Online

This website has original content from Deacon John Gresham, services from St. Basil, and other sources. We encourage you to explore the wealth of music, podcast, and programs on the Ancient Faith Radio website, ancientfaith.com.

Print Media

Copies of Deacon Gresham’s Become All Flame can be checked out at the West Point Branch of the Pamunkey Regional Library and from the Greater West Point YMCA bookshelf. A copy of the book can be reviewed (not to be taken home) at the Million Dollar You Barbershop on King William Ave. See the posted ordering information to get your copy.

Visit a Parish

Come and See Orthodox Christian worship and meet believers who practice this ancient Christian faith for yourself. Deacon Gresham is a member of the Saint Basil the Great parish in Hampton. For an Orthodox experience closer to town, visit Saint Demetrios in Williamsburg. If in Ashland, be sure to visit the Saint Andrew parish.

Establishing an Orthodox Community in Town?

Be in prayer during this period of the Lenten Fast. Meetings and prayers will be held after Easter (Pascha) for those who want to learn more about Orthodox Christianity and would like to worship here in West Point.

About Fr. Deacon John R. Gresham,Jr.

Deacon John is a native of King William who has served as an Associate Minister and Pastor in the Baptist Church. He holds the St. Stephen’s Certificate in Applied Orthodox Theology and was ordained to the Holy Diaconate in the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America. John serves at St. Basil in Hampton and also teaches the Teen Sunday School class. He is a member of the Fellowship of St. Moses the Black (mosestheblack.org) national board.