Thanks for all the replies. We finally got settled in, and we went to St. Katherine's last weekend. It's Greek, which is what my husband wanted (he is irrationally against any Russian-affiliated church, including OCA), and also the closest one.
It was nice, but I just didn't feel as at home there as I did back on the west coast. No one talked to us (understandably, I guess), only the cantors sang, and almost EVERYTHING was in Greek, including the creed. Not to mention there was no transliteration of the Greek in the little book, and neither my husband nor I can read Greek. Back home things were about half and half, and everyone sang the "people's" parts. We dressed nicely (husband wore a polo shirt and nice pants), but still felt out of place since everyone was in suits or equivalent. Everything just seemed stiff and distant.
We won't be able to go tomorrow because my MIL is dragging us to her old Lutheran church while she's visiting because they're having some festival and she's a big deal or some such.
I'm just feeling discouraged, I guess. Not from the faith itself, but about moving here and not feeling any real fellowship like I did at home.