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Our first Divine Liturgy at the chapel
Our first Divine Liturgy at the chapel
Our first Divine Liturgy at the chapel
Upcoming at Holy Apostles
Friday, November 24, 2017, 7:00 PM – Prayer Service (moleben) and akathist before the wonderworking Kursk Icon of the Theotokos, with Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan celebrating.  God-willing, our parishioner and choir member Nicholas Baumann will be tonsured a Reader at the service.  All are welcome!
“God is wondrous in His saints”
God shows His power and presence among us through countless means, including holy icons.  As it says in the psalms, ‘God is wondrous in His saints,’ and it is through the holy icons of the saints that this is made most clear.  The Kursk Root icon of the Sign manifested its first recorded miracle upon its discovery at the root of a tree in the year 1295 near the city of Kursk in Russia, hence its name.  When the discoverer of the icon picked it up, a water-spring gushed out of the ground where it had lain.  From that time to this, armies have been quelled, destructive passions have been stilled, and countless people have been healed when asking for the prayers of the Mother of God to her divine Son on their behalf before this icon.  The other part of the name, ‘The Sign,’ refers to the image on the icon itself, in which the Lord is depicted within her womb, which was the sign predicted by the prophet Isaiah when he said, ‘Behold: a Virgin shall conceive and bear a Son and shall call His name Immanuel: God with us.
 
A Miraculous Occurrance

Hawaiian Iveron Icon of the Theotokos
Hawaiian Iveron Icon of the Theotokos
Hawaiian Iveron Icon of the Theotokos
The Holy Icon, streaming fragrant myrrh
The Holy Icon, streaming fragrant myrrh
The Holy Icon, streaming fragrant myrrh
Visitation to Holy Apostles
Visitation to Holy Apostles
Visitation to Holy Apostles

We continue to be inspired by the visitation of the Holy Hawaiian Myrrh-Streaming Icon of the Mother of God on Saturday, 9/9.  Please keep the Icon's devoted steward, Subdeacon Nectary, always in your prayers for his continued strength.

 

Upcoming Services

This week

11/20 - Monday 7:00 PM Parish Council

11/23 - Thursday Choir Rehearsal Canceled for Thanksgiving Day

11/24 - Friday 7:00 PM Prayer Service and Akathist before the Kursk Root Icon of the Sign of the Mother of God - brought by Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan - Nicholas Baumann tonsured as Reader at the service - All come to venerate the Wonder-Working Icon and pray for Nichlas and the parish

11/25 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil
11/26 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – 25th Sunday after Pentecost -  St. John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople

11/28 - Tuesday, the Nativity Fast begins, the day after St. Philip the Apostle

Our 15th anniversary parish feast
Our 15th anniversary parish feast
Our 15th anniversary parish feast
Orthodox Christianity: Founded 33 AD
Two thousand years ago, after receiving the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the apostles of Christ went out from their native Israel to bring the Christian Faith to all the far reaches of the world. The ancient Christian Faith, founded so long ago, remains unchanged today and is found in the Orthodox Church. Holy Apostles Orthodox Church was founded with the purpose of bringing the Gospel and Divine Services of the Russian Orthodox Church to the people of America in the English language. We invite you to come to any of the Divine Services or events at our mission church.

Come and See.

Our country church, the future home of our parish
Our country church, the future home of our parish
Our country church, the future home of our parish


Invite Visitors!

We have a flyer available for you to hand out or post on bulletin boards, regarding our mission parish.  One is available here, in PDF format.  Please invite a friend to come visit our church.  We want to fill our church!
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