St. George Orthodox Cathedral
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America
Welcome to Saint George Cathedral!

Since 1892, the Orthodox Christian faith has been lived in Charleston, West Virginia, brought originally by immigrants from Lebanon and Syria.  In 1905, the parish was officially incorporated under the episcopal leadership of St. Raphael of Brooklyn, who in 1911 consecrated the first altar.

Located in downtown Charleston across from the Town Center Mall, St. George Cathedral serves about 400 families and seeks to bring the light of Holy Orthodoxy to the whole Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia.

St. George Cathedral is a parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America and serves as the primary episcopal see of the Diocese of Charleston, Oakland and the Mid-Atlantic.  The diocesan chancery is located here in Charleston.

Divine services are held weekly.  All are welcome to attend, regardless of current religious affiliation or background.


Rev. Fr. Joseph Hazar

Please join us in welcoming Rev. Fr. Joseph Hazar as Dean of St George Orthodox Cathedral.

Fr. Joseph was assigned as Dean of the Cathedral, effective August 1, 2018. He was entrusted the care of the flock of the Cathedral by His Eminence Metropolitan JOSEPH. Fr. Joseph would like to get to know all of his flock personally, so he asks that everyone take the time to visit with him after our services or during our social events.

Now Streaming

For those unable to attend worship on a given Sunday, St. George Orthodox Cathedral now streams Divine Liturgy through this website Sunday mornings at 10:30 eastern.

Live Stream and VIdeo Archives



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