The main church (Katholikon).
Carved into the Iconostasis is a depiction of the miraculous appearance of the Holy Archangels to a Roman Catholic day-worker shortly after the monastery's founding.
This massive Athonite-style building will eventually contain forty monastic cells, among other rooms.
Future porch roof consisting of hand-carved and stained 8x12" solid teak timbers from Suriname.
Hieromonk Ephraim explaining how the monastery acquired and prepares the teak timbers.
Steel is used throughout instead of wood 2x4's.
A future chapel.
These bay windows and enclosed porches are modeled after the style of architecture on Mount Athos.
Entrance into the beautifully appointed Trapeza (Dining Hall).
The monastery bought the property from an Islamic organization. This is the dome on the original mosque, which the Fathers tore down when they began to build.
The current and temporary Trapeza, Archondariki (Guest Reception House), and Bookstore.
The chapel, where most of the weekday services are held.
Inside the chapel.