Rev. Dr. Nicholas G. Louh and Dr. Roxanne Louh

Rev. Dr. Nicholas G. Louh

The Reverend Dr. Nicholas Louh was born in Jacksonville, Florida on September 25, 1974 and currently serves as the Senior Pastor of St. John the Divine Greek Orthodox Church in Jacksonville.  Upon graduating from the University of North Florida, Father Nicholas entered Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, Massachusetts and graduated with a highest distinction Masters of Divinity (1999) and a Masters of Theology (2000). He then attended Gordon Cornwell Theological Seminary where he earned a Doctorate of Ministry (2003) with an emphasis on Pastoral Counseling in the urban ministry.

In addition to his role as pastor at St. John the Divine, Father Louh serves as the Vicar for the Eastern Florida Conference of the Holy Metropolis of Atlanta and a member of Greek Orthodox Church Archdiocese Council. He is also an Adjunct Professor of World Religions at the Florida State College at Jacksonville and is the chaplain for the Jacksonville Sharks Arena Football Team.

He can be heard on WJCT radio as part of the “God Squad,” a monthly panel discussion broadcast program discussing a broad array of religious topics of current interest. He also proudly serves on several local and state boards, including OneJax.

Father and Presvytera Roxanne co-host the live call-in radio show, “Healthy Minds | Healthy Souls, Uncovering the Potential For Your Life“, which can be found on Ancient Faith Radio ( on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 8pm.  Father Nicholas also shares daily inspirational radio messages on 92.5 FM Sports Radio in Jacksonville, as well as on local cable television.  His Sunday sermons appear on YouTube.

Presvytera Roxanne Louh, Ph.D

Presvytera Roxanne Louh, Ph.D., a native of Gainesville, is a licensed clinical psychologist in Jacksonville, where she uses her extensive training in private practice and as a speaker with expertise in a variety of concerns, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, marriage and parenting issues, and eating disorders, body image awareness and women’s issues. She has presented to national groups, Universities, area high schools, and churches across the country.

Presvytera is highly regarded in her profession through both her educational achievements and her training. She received her first Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Central Florida. Her second Master’s degree and Doctorate are in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology. During her graduate work, Dr. Louh devoted much of her time to working within the college counseling arena empowering women through body image awareness, whole body health, stress management and emotional health. A residency at Virginia Commonwealth University and the Medical College of Virginia was followed by full-time work in clinical psychology at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville. Her position involved working in the outpatient practice and serving as the Clinical Director of Psychological Services at Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital’s (a part of Baptist Medical Center) treatment program for eating disorders. She opened her own private practice in 2006.

Dr. Louh continues to dedicate much of her time to community-wide presentations, reaching the public through various news media, social media, radio, educational talks, and blogs.  In addition to  “Healthy Minds, Healthy Souls” co-hosted with Father Nicholas, Presvytera makes regular appearances as a guest expert on the show, “The Chat,” a local news show similar to “The View,” where four cohosts discuss current and newsworthy topics of the day.

Father and Presvytera have two children, George and Gabriella.

The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation is a parish of the Metropolis of New Jersey of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, located in Baltimore, Maryland.

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