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Glory be to Jesus Christ! Glory forever!

Starting Sunday, June 21, we are reopening the Church! We will start with a Pro-Liturgy, meaning no Communion, so don't fast from food or drink until we resume Divine Liturgy.

Here are important points to be aware of:

If you feel ill, do not come to Church.

If you are immune compromised or have other health risks you may want to consider delaying your return to Church for the time being.

Everyone in the building must wear a mask at all times, priests included.

We are still to try to maintain 6 feet distance between each other (excepting members of the same family who live together).

We are allowed 25% of the fire code capacity of the building. Seats will be on a first come first served basis, but we don't expect this to be an issue.

The pews are currently marked off with masking tape indicating that people should sit at the far ends of pews, with an empty pew in between.

At the end of the service you will receive a blessing by the priest touching the cross to your head. You may also refrain from kissing the icons while we are still practicing Social Distancing.




Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of All Saints (June 14, 2020)

Click here for a reflection on Pentecost Sunday (June 7, 2020)

Click here for a reflection on the Fathers of the 1st Ecumenical Council (May 31, 2020)

Click here for a reflection on the Ascension (May 28, 2020)

Click here for a reflection on the Feast Day of Saints Methodius and Kirill (May 24, 2020)

Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of the Blind Man (Sixth Sunday of Pascha, 2018: John 9:1-38)

Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman (May 17)

Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of the Paralytic (May 10)

 Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of the Myrrh Bearing Women (May 3).

Click here for a reflection on Thomas Sunday.

Click here for the proclamation of the Gospel for Thomas Sunday.

Click here for events from the Divine Liturgy for Pascha, including the Paschal Greeting, The Catechetical Address of St. John Chrysostom, the reading of the Gospel, and the Patriarch's Paschal Epistle.

Click here for the proclamation of the Twelve Passion Gospels.

Click here for a reflection on Palm Sunday/The Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem.

Click here for a reflection on the Annunciation.

Click here for a reflection on the Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt.

Click here for a reflection for the 4th Sunday of Great Lent.

Click here for a reflection on the Adoration of the Holy Cross.

[Our Sunday Liturgy begins at 9:30AM. The service is in a combination of Slavonic and English.
Наша воскресная литургия проводится в 9:30. Услуга сочетает в себе на славянском и английский языках.

We follow the Old Calendar.
Мы следуем за старым календарем.

Please join us for prayer, worship, and fellowship following the service.

Пожалуйста, присоединяйтесь к нам для молитвы, богослужения и общения после службы. [