St. Peter the Aleut Church

Minot, North Dakota

St. Peter the Aleut Church

Founded 1982

Diocese: Diocese of the Midwest

Deanery: Minneapolis Deanery

Address

109 6th St SE
Minot, North Dakota 58701

Mailing address:

PO Box 845
Minot, ND 58702-0845

Church: 701-838-3094

Parish Contacts

Archimandrite Anastassy (Fehr)
Rector
108 6th St SE
Minot, ND 58701
Home: 701-838-3094

Directions

From I-94
Travel north on Rt 83.  In Minot, Rt 83 is called Broadway.  From 83 go east on Burdick Expressway (note that Trinity Hospital is located on the corner of 83 and Burdick).  On Burdick, pass over the bridge, then turn left at the 1st light after the bridge onto 9th St.  Immediately turn left again at Riverside Dr, then follow Riverside Dr, which turns into 6th St.  The church is to the right.

Schedule of Services

The Liturgical language is English.  Weddings, Panakhidas, Moliebens, Baptisms, etc. can be served in Church Slavonic or Greek as requested by the family.

6:00 PM Vespers and Confessions.
Saturday Evening

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy followed by Fellowship Hour.
Sunday Morning

ON THE 1ST, 5TH, and LAZARUS SATURDAYS DURING GREAT LENT, Divine Liturgy is served at 10:00 AM.
Saturday Morning

6:00 PM Great Vespers or Vigil.
Eves of Great Feasts falling on work days

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.  On certain lesser Feasts, Matins only is served at 10:00 AM.
Mornings of Great Feasts falling on work days

6:00 PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts.
Wednesday Evenings in Great Lent

For more information on services, call the priest at 701-838-3094.  Also, call to arrange special services (Baptisms, Weddings, Moliebens, Funerals, etc).
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Parish Background

St Peter the Aleut parish was founded in 1982 by Orthodox of various ethnic backgrounds.  The parish contains Greeks, Russians, Ukrainians, converts, and in our Bismarck Mission, where we serve twice a month, Serbian families.  We are the only active Orthodox parish in North Dakota and struggle to keep Orthodoxy alive in the midst of a rather conservative, mostly Protestant population which unfortunately does not show much interest in Orthodoxy.

In September, the parish organizes a Greek festival.  Also, during the winter months, the parishioners gather at the rectory for Religious Education twice a month to learn more about the faith and grow in the fellowship of Christ.

At our church visitors are welcome and greeted by all members of the parish.  For further information on our church, please contact the priest at 701-838-3094.