The Hieromartyr Artemon was born of Christian parents in Laodicea, Syria in the first half of the third century. From his youth, he dedicated himself to the service of the Church. The saint served the Church as a a Reader for sixteen years. For his zeal in Church services, Bishop Sisinius ordained…
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Divine Liturgy - Sunday of St. John Climacus (The Ladder) - April 11th @ 10am (Hours @ 9:40) . . . Lenten Fellowship following
++Presanctified Liturgy - Wednesday April 14th @ 5:30pm (9th Hour @ 5:20) . . . Lenten potluck fellowship following
++Great Canon of St Andrew of Crete - Thursday April 15th @ 5:30pm
++Akathist to the Most Holy Theotokos - Friday April 16th @ 5:30pm
Great Vespers - Saturday April 17th @ 5pm
Divine Liturgy - Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt - April 18th @ 10am (Hours @ 9:40) . . . Lenten Fellowship following
++Confessions can be heard throughtout Lent, so please see Fr. Seraphim to setup a time.++
++March 26th, 2021 - Please read this important Archpastoral letter on Brotherly Respect from His Eminence, Archbishop MARK
The Holy Martyr Crescens (Kreskes) was descended from an illustrious family and lived in Myra of Lycia. When a throng of city inhabitants were on the way to the pagan temple, he urged them to forsake paganism and come to Christ. This incident became known to the city prefect. When the prefect…
The Holy martyr Thomais was born into a Christian family in the city of Alexandria. She was raised in piety, and loved to read spiritual books. When she was fifteen, the girl married a fisherman, who was also a Christian. The young couple lived in the house of her husband’s family, where…
On October 17th & 18th we were blessed to have His Eminence, our Archbishop MARK with us for an Archpastoral visit. As always, we are encouraged by his words and for his love and care for our community. On Sunday, special recognition was given to parishioner Paul Beard (and his wife Judy) for his expertise and hard work in building our Church, and His Eminence presented him with a gramota for his labors. Also, Fr Seraphim was given the Gold Cross in recognition of his faithfulness to the priestly ministry. After Liturgy, we all gathered in the Parish Hall for a celebration. It was a wonderful weekend for all! Glory be to God for His goodness!
More pictures can be found on our Diocesan website here.