Every person who is baptized and/or chrismated according to the rites of the Orthodox Christian Church is a parishioner. The religious, moral and social duties of a parishioner are to apply the tenets of the Orthodox Faith to his/her life and to: adhere to and live according to the tenets of the Orthodox Faith, faithfully attend the Divine Liturgy and other worship services; participate regularly in the holy sacraments; respect all ecclesiastical authority and all governing bodies of the Church; be obedient in matters of Faith, practice and ecclesiastical order; contribute towards the progress of the Church's sacred mission; and be an effective witness and example of the Orthodox Faith and Traditions to all people.

A parishioner in good standing is one who: 1) practices all the religious and moral duties described above, 2) abides by the Uniform Parish Regulations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, 3) cooperates in every way towards the welfare and well being of the Parish 4) is at least eighteen years of age and 5) is current in his or her financial and overall stewardship obligations to the Parish (Stewardship is recommended to be ten percent (10%) of one's annual income as stated in Holy Scripture to help meet the financial obligations of the Parish, the Metropolis and the Archdiocese.)