Diocese: Diocese of New York and New Jersey
Deanery: New Jersey Deanery
365 Paramus Rd
Paramus, New Jersey 07652-1511
Paramus, NJ 07652
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
Glen Rock, NJ 07452
From New York City
Cross the George Washington Bridge, and exit to Rt 4 west. Continue about 1/2 mile past the Rt 17 intersection to Paramus Rd exit. Go north about 2 miles, the Church is on the left.
From Northern New Jersey / New York
Take Rt 17 south to Paramus Rd exit, proceed about 3 miles south (pass 5 traffic lights). The Church is on the right just past the Bergen Community College campus.
From Northern New Jersey / New York (via Garden State Parkway)
Take Garden State Parkway south to Ridgewood Ave exit 163. Make right turn onto Ridgewood Ave (toward Ridgewood). Proceed west on Ridgewood Ave to Paramus Rd intersection. Turn left onto Paramus Rd (south). Go about 1 mile (pass 2 traffic lights). The Church is on the right just past Bergen Community College.
From Southern New Jersey (via the Garden State Parkway)
Take the Garden State Parkway north to exit 160. Turn left on to Paramus Rd. The Church will be 2 miles north on the left.
From Southern New Jersey / New York (via New Jersey Turnpike)
Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to Interstate 80 west. Proceed to Rt 17 north exit. Continue north on Rt 17 to Century Rd exit (follow U-turn/Motor Vehicle Inspection Station signs). Go west on Century Rd over Rt 17 and proceed to Paramus Rd. Turn right onto Paramus Rd and continue north for 1/2 mile. The Church is on the right just before the Bergen Community College.
Schedule of Services
6:00 pm Vigil. Common Confession held on the first Saturday of the month.
9:00 AM Church School/Adult Education.
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy (9:00 AM in Summer).
7:00 PM Vespers; 7:30 PM Scripture Study.
6:30 PM Vespers; 7:00 PM Icon Class.
7:00 PM Vigil.
Eves of Great Feasts
9:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts
The Orthodox Christian Church of Christ the Saviour, Paramus, New Jersey has a census of just over 109 adult members. The parish has a mix of young to middle-aged adults, seniors, and children. Most parishioners are of Slavic heritage, but there are some Greek, Latin-American, and Anglo-Saxon members as well.
The parish was founded in 1960 and, on August 7 of that year, the first Divine Liturgy of the newly formed community was celebrated.
The parish of Christ the Saviour is celebrating its 50th year of expressing the unity of the people of God as a community of love, striving to grow in a way that is not selfish but charitable, and endeavoring to fulfill the evangelical mission of bringing all people to Christ and His Church.