Why Iconography?

The icon is a silent and eloquent preacher of 
Orthodoxy, truth and beauty - not only within the Church but also within an environment that is alien and sometimes even hostile to her.  It is the icon that ultimately struggles for the human soul - since it is in the salvation of souls that the meaning and 
existence of the Church lies in.  

Stop by the Guardian Angel Chapel and see the latest iconography being added. Donations continue to be accepted. 
Click here to see the latest pictures.

The Iconography Committee is pleased to announce the 
Holy Prophet Zachariah.jpg
Saint Symeon the Stylite.jpg
Martyr Mamas and his parents.jpg
Saints Moses the Black.jpg
Saints Alexandros Patriarch of Constanti
Sts Adrian and Natalia.jpg
Saint Arsenios Paros.jpg
St. Triantafillos.jpg
Saint Nikodemus Hagiorite.jpg
Saint John Maximovitch.jpg
Saint Ierotheos Bishop of Athens.jpg
St. Kosmas.jpg
St Irene Chysovalantou.jpg
Saint Vladimir Equal to the Apostles.jpg
Saint Kyriaki and her parents.jpg
Saint Paraskeva the New from Iasi.jpg
Saint Luke of Crimea.jpg
st panteleimon.jpg
Holy Great Martyr Prokopios.jpg
Saint Nikolas Kabasilas.jpg
Martyr Kalliope.jpg
Saint Justin Popovich.jpg
Saints Constantine and Helen.jpg
Martyr Tryphon.jpg
Saint Anastasius the New Martyr.jpg
Saint Brendan the Navigator.jpg
Saint Nina Equal to the Apostles.jpg
Saint Nikolai Velimirovich.jpg
Saint Irene the Great Martyr.jpg
Saint Galaktion and his wife Episteme th
Saint Mary of Egypt.jpg
Saint John Climacus the Righteous.jpg
Saint Patrick Enlightener of Ireland.jpg
Saint Amphilochios of Patmos.jpg
Saint Matrona from Moscow.jpg
Saint Olympia the Deaconess.jpg
Saint Alexios the Man of God.jpg
Saint Alban the Protomartyr of Britain.j
Holy 40 Martyrs of Sebaste.jpg
Saint Brancoveanu and his four sons.jpg
Saint Nikolaos Planas.jpg
Martyr Dymphna.jpg
Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne.jpg
Nativity of St. John Icon.jpg
St. Iakovos Icon.jpg