Welcome to St. Joseph Orthodox Church!
412 Crescent St., Wheaton, IL 60187
Weekly Service Times
Saturdays 6:00pm – Great Vespers and Confessions
Sundays 9:30am – Hours, Liturgy [English], Fellowship, Sunday School
11:30am Liturgy [Church Slavonic/ English], Fellowship, Sunday School
Make our home your home!
We welcome visitors to experience the worship of the ancient Church. Stay after liturgy for coffee, lots of food, and conversation!
We seek to live by these words of our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ:
“‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind,’ and ‘your neighbor as yourself.'” (Luke 10:27)
Orthodox Church in America
News, liturgical resources, parish directory, about the Orthodox faith, etc.
Daily Lives of Orthodox Saints
“The Prologue of Ohrid,” a collection of lives of saints, Scripture reflections, and homilies for every day, edited and expanded by St. Nikolai Velimirovich.
Ancient Faith Ministries
Internet radio, podcasts, and blogs on Orthodox Christian theology, prayer, worship, modern issues, etc.
Learn about the Orthodox church
Have any questions?
Our founding priest and pastor emeritus, Fr. John Matusiak, has written extensively on matters involving theology, Christian life, dialogue with other Christians, and many other topics at the Questions & Answers page of oca.org.
Browse his answers to many questions and submit a question of your own about the Orthodox Church! You’re also welcome to bring your questions to Frs. Joseph, Jonathan, or John after a service, of course.
Map and Address
412 Crescent St.
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
2019 N Main St. #101A
Wheaton, IL 60187-3152
Church: (708) 519-0663
St Joseph’s Church is located in Wheaton, Illinois, the capital of DuPage County, approximately 30 miles west of the Chicago loop.
From Interstate 355, exit Roosevelt Road. Travel west on Roosevelt Road to Washington Street (look for sign saying “Orthodox Church” at intersections). Turn right on Washington Street to Crescent Street (look for second sign). Turn right on Crescent Street, and the church is on the right.