Holy Theophany Orthodox Church
A Mission of the OCA
Walworth, Wisconsin
Welcome!

 

Holy Theophany Church, a Mission of the Orthodox Church in America is open for worship.

Seating in the Church has expanded to slightly below normal

and there is overflow space in our Parish Hall in which services are livestreamed. 

UPDATE (02/26/2022): Great News: Walworth County is now rated as low in the rate of community transmission by the CDC.

Accordingly, effective immediately, we will move to the updated CDC guidelines:

"Wear a mask based on your personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk."

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 If you would like to visit the church or join our
community, please contact Fr. John D. Jones, Priest-in-Charge, you can
contact him at htcwi@holytheophanychurch.org or at 414-241-7702.◄◄

We will work to keep the website updated for upcoming services and other events!

 

About HTC

Holy Theophany Orthodox Church, a Mission of the OCAA group of faithful gathered in a local Williams Bay bookstore in the Fall of 2007, moving to the local Elementary School, where services were held every other Sunday. On April 6, 2009, the Orthodox Community of Lake Geneva was granted Chapel Status under the patronage of the Feast of Holy Theophany by Archbishop Job of blessed memory. The Chapel was an outreach of Sts. Cyril and Methodius Orthodox Church in Milwaukee. Over time, membership has increased and is growing.  With the grace of God on September 1, 2012 the community moved into its own permanent location.  Since then, services are held every Sunday at 10:00am​​.

 

On April 1, 2021 we were elevated to mission status by His Eminence, Archbishop Paul. We are diverse community welcoming all who wish to worship in the Orthodox Christian tradition and share the mission of proclaiming the saving message of Jesus Christ. Services are in English.

 

We are worshipping community of the Orthodox Church of America. We are in the Diocese of Chicago and the Midwest under the omophorion of His Eminence, Archbishop Paul.