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ANNOUNCING OUR NEW PARISH CALENDAR with SMARTPHONE SYNC!

Our schedule is now also available through our new pop-up calendar (above), which syncs with one click to Apple's iCal (Mac or iOS) and Google Calendar. Never miss a service! Have our full schedule right on your phone, tablet and PC calendar!

The Lord's Day Schedule
Sunday
9:40am - Hours and Divine Liturgy

The Third and Sixth Hours of Prayer, immediately followed by the Divine Liturgy of St John Chrysostom

  
Saturday
5:00pm - Evening Vigil & Confessions

The Traditional beginning to the Lord's Day in the Orthodox Church

  

Unless otherwise noted on our popup calendar at left, or our list-view of services and events below, we hope to see you for Vigil on Saturday evenings, and the Hours and Divine Liturgy on Sunday mornings.

 

Schedule of Services & Events... through Sunday of All Saints

All services & events are at church unless otherwise specified

5/22 - Tuesday 7:00 PM Moleben to St. Nicholas the Wonderworker of Myra and Lycia, and the Holy Martyr Christopher.

5/24 – Thursday 7-9 PM Choir Rehearsal

5/25 – Friday 6:30 PM Matins & 1st Hour 

5/26 – Saturday 8:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed

5/26 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil

5/27 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – Pentecost – the Descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles – One of the 12 great feasts of the Church

5/31 – Thursday 7-9 PM Choir Rehearsal

6/2 – Saturday 5:00 PM Evening Vigil

6/3 – Sunday 9:40 AM Hours & Divine Liturgy – Sunday of All Saints - Parish Picnic after Church at the Chapel property with Easter Egg Hunt

6/10 – Sunday 6:00 PM  Capital Fundraising Kickoff Event, with Special Guest Speaker, Federica Mathewes-Green 

 

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