Liturgy  Schedule:

Great Vespers — Saturday, 4:30 pm
Third Hour—Sunday, 9:45 am  

Divine Liturgy — Sunday, 10:00 am 

Weekday Vespers - Wednesday, 7:00 pm

Holy Day Schedule:

Feast  Eve:  Festal Vespers 7:00 p.m.
Feast Day:   Divine Liturgy 7:00  p.m. 

Mystery of Repentance:   

Offered 30 minutes prior to Vespers

Sundays between 9:am-9:30am

After Liturgy

By appointment (Contact Fr. Michael)



Contact Father Michael or Deacon Nicholas 

to offer a Panachida for a deceased loved one. 

St. Luke The Evangelist

The feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, patron saint of our parish,  is celebrated on  October 18. This year, the feast will be celebrated on October 20th and  Bishop Milan Lach, S.J. of the Eparchy of Parma  will join us  for the               celebration of the feast.                                                                                                 

St. Luke was of Greek origin.  It  is believed St. Luke was  born a Greek and a  Gentile.  He was the  author of the Gospel of Luke.  In his youth he studied  Greek philosophy, medicine and art. He was a companion of St. Paul,  a  professional physician and the founder of iconography.  He painted icon  of the  Most Holy Theotokos and icons of the Apostles Peter and Paul. St. Luke wrote the Gospel of St. Luke and the Acts of the Apostles.                   


Saturday, October 19 - Festal Vespers at 4:30 pm

Sunday, October 20 - Divine Liturgy at 10::00 am


Let  us praise the holy and glorious apostle Luke  with  sacred chants; 

 for he is a living doctor who heals human weakness, the ills of souls, and the sickness of nature. He is the awesome writer of Christ's gospel and

    the story of the Acts of the Apostles. He recorded for the Church what had been unwritten.       


Bible Study

Book of Hebrews


Father Michael will conduct a 7-week Bible Study on the Book of Hebrews. Classes will be held Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm starting November 5, 2019. All are encouraged to attend. 

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