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
By appointment (Contact Fr. Michael)
Contact Father Michael or Deacon Nicholas
to offer a Panachida for a deceased loved one.
Wednesday, January 29 - Festal Vespers at 7:00 pm.
Thursday, January 30 -Divine Liturgy at 7:00 pm.
The Three Holy Heearchs are Saint Basil the Great, Saint Gregory the Theologian and Saint John Chrysostom. Each of these three bishops have their own feast day. This combined feast day on January 30 was instituted in the eleventh century. There was a debate of which one of these three bishops was the holiest. The debate was settled by Bishop John of Euchaita (feast day June 14) after a vision where each of the three bishops appeared separately in glory and then all three appeared together. The Holy Hierarchs said, "We are one in God and there is nothing contradiction in us; neither is there a first or second among us." They then advised him to establish a common feast advised Bishop John to establish a common feast for them.
Troparion for the Feast of the Three Holy Hierarchs
O teachers of the universe, equal to the apostles, pray to the Lord of all to grant peace to the world and abundant mercy to our souls.
Saturday, January 31 - Festal Vespers at 4:30 pm
Sunday, February 1 - Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am
Hail, Mother of God, Virgin full of grace. From you has shown forth the Sun of Justice, Christ our God, shining upon those who are in darkness. Rejoice also, you just Elder, Simeon, for you received in your arms the Redeemer of our souls who has given us Resurrection.
The study of the Book of Hebrews was completed. The next Bible Study will begin around the Great Fast. Details will be posted here when available.
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