Diocese: Diocese of the South
Deanery: Central Florida Deanery
PO Box 1082
Bunnell, FL 32110
Palm Coast, FL 32137
Serving Palm Coast, Bunnell, Flagler Beach, and Daytona area, St Alexis Mission is located in Bunnell on the east coast of Florida in Flagler County, halfway between St Augustine and Daytona Beach.
From I-95 traveling south
Exit 284 and turn right onto Rt 100. Proceed 3 1/2 miles west on Rt 100. The Church is on the right. There is a sign for St Stephens Catholic Church.
From I-95 traveling north
Exit 284 and turn left onto Rt 100. Proceed 3 1/2 miles west on Rt 100. The Church is on the right. There is a sign for St Stephens Catholic Church.
Schedule of Services
9:30 AM Divine Liturgy served by clergy from the Central Florida Deanery. All services are in English and Church Slavonic. Fellowship follows.
9:00 AM Hours.
General Confession is celebrated the FIRST Sunday of the month at 9:00 AM.
Please call 386-445-2202 for other services.
Palm Coast, Florida is a community in Flagler County which was developed by ITT over 25 years ago. It is located about halfway between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine. Palm Coast has been one of the fastest growing communities in Florida and the nation since that time.
In 1993 Fr Theodore Bacha, rector of St Simeon’s Church in Titusville, asked several Palm Coast Orthodox Christians who were attending services in Titusville if they would like to establish their own mission. Services were held once a month with Fr Ted on Sunday afternoons in a storefront location.
In 1995 His Eminence Archbishop Dmitri officially proclaimed St Alexis a mission station. Fr Michael Meredith, a retired priest, conducted services every Sunday morning and Vespers one Saturday evening each month. A Sunday School program and adult Bible class were started.
In 1996 Fr Michael was assigned full time priest in Titusville. St. Alexis Mission moved to a larger location when we outgrew the storefront. In 1997, we again relocated to St Stephens Catholic Church in Bunnell. A dedicated group of Orthodox Christians continue to work toward making services available to area Orthodox and to bring others to the Orthodox faith. The side entrance to the church is handicapped accessible.
Divine Liturgy is held on Sunday at 9:30 AM. For nearly 11 years, Archpriest Nicholas Molodyko-Harris (retired from the Diocese of Alaska) has served as spiritual father to St. Alexis parishioners. Joined by his wife, Matushka Anastasia Harris, they have faithfully traveled from their home in Merritt Island to serve St. Alexis each week. Matushka Anastasia serves as choir director.
We look forward to the challenges and opportunity of spreading the Orthodox Faith to our community.