Service and Events Schedule
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Services and Events

Services & Events for January
& through the Beginning of February 2023

Nativity Fast in Progress

01/01 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – 29th Sunday after Pentecost - Sunday of the Fathers - Sunday before the Nativity

01/06 – Friday 9:40 AM 9th Royal Hour, Vespers and Divine Liturgy of St. Basil – Eve of the Nativity of our Lord

01/06 – Friday 6:30 PM Compline and Matins
01/07 – Saturday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – The Nativity of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ - Nativity Fast concluded -Festal Reception to follow at St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall

01/08 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – Sunday after Nativity - Righteous Joseph, David and James, Brother of the Lord

01/11 - Wednesday 8:00 PM Another episode of “Why are we reading that?” led through Zoom by Fr. Deacon Christopher Capp

01/12 - Thursday 7-9 PM Choir Rehearsal

01/14 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil
01/15 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – 31st Sunday after Pentecost - Sunday before Theophany - St. Seraphim of Sarov

01/16 - Monday 7:00 PM Parish Council via Zoom

01/18 – Wednesday 9:40 AM 9th Royal Hour, Vespers and Divine Liturgy of St. Basil – Eve of the Theophany of our Lord

01/18 – Wednesday 6:30 PM Compline and Matins
01/19 – Thursday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy followed by the Great Blessing of the Waters - The Theophany of our Lord - His Baptism by St. John the Baptist in the Jordan - One of the 12 great feasts of the Church

01/21 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil
01/22 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – 32nd Sunday after Pentecost - Sunday after Theophany - Hieromartyr  Philip, Metropolitan of Moscow

01/25 - Wednesday 8:00 PM Another episode of “Why are we reading that?” led through Zoom by Fr. Deacon Christopher Capp

01/26 - Thursday 7-9 PM Choir Rehearsal

01/28 - Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil
01/29 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – 33rd Sunday after Pentecost - Zacchaeus Sunday - the Chains of Holy Apostle Peter - At the conclusion of the Liturgy a brief prayer service to St. Juliana of Lazarevo, patroness of the Parish Sisterhood - The annual Sisterhood meeting will be held during our agape meal

02/01 - Wednesday 8:00 PM Another episode of “Why are we reading that?” led through Zoom by Fr. Deacon Christopher Capp

02/02  - Thursday 7-9 PM Choir Rehearsal

02/04 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil
02/05 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy - the Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee - the Holy New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia - The Annual Meeting of the Parish

 

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The St. Romanos website is the online extension of A Church Singer's Companion, a project started in 1998 with the blessing of Metropolitan (then Archbishop) Laurus. Inspired by the Russian Sputnik Psalomshchika, the Companion is envisioned to contain the music necessary for every service a parish choir might need to sing, while staying simple enough so that any parish choir can sing it.

The St. Romanos Society produces music in both printed and recorded formats, and conducts seminars and workshops on the proper performance of that music. The Society is a sodality of Holy Apostles Orthodox Church, Beltsville, Maryland.

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