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  • Sunday of Meatfare of the Last Judgment
    Commemorated on March 7 Today’s Gospel reading is Matthew 25:31-46, the parable of the Last Judgment. It reminds us that while trusting in Christ’s love and mercy, we must not forget His righteous judgment when He comes again in glory. If our hearts remain hardened and unrepentant, we should not expect the Lord to overlook our transgressions simply because He is a good and loving God. Although He […]
  • Sunday of the Prodigal Son
    Commemorated on February 28 The Sunday after the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee is the Sunday of the Prodigal Son. This parable of God’s forgiveness calls us to “come to ourselves” as did the prodigal son, to see ourselves as being “in a far country” far from the Father’s house, and to make the journey of return to God. We are given every assurance by the Master that our heavenly Father […]
  • Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee
    Beginning of the Lenten Triodion Commemorated on February 21 The Sunday after the Sunday of Zacchaeus is devoted to the Publican and the Pharisee. At Vespers the night before, the TRIODION (the liturgical book used in the services of Great Lent) begins. Two men went to the Temple to pray. One was a Pharisee who scrupulously observed the requirements of religion: he prayed, fasted, and […]
  • Sunday of Zacchaeus
    Commemorated on February 14 The paschal season of the Church is preceded by the season of Great Lent, which is also preceded by its own liturgical preparation. The first sign of the approach of Great Lent comes five Sundays before its beginning. On this Sunday the Gospel reading is about Zacchaeus the tax-collector. It tells how Christ brought salvation to the sinful man, and how his life […]
  • Covid-19 Update
    Due to Covid-19, our services have changed. The Vesper Services are limited in participation. The Divine Liturgy Services are limited in participation, but please contact Father Mikel to make your reservation for attendance. His number and email can be found under the Contact Tab. We hope to return to our full cycle of services when this pandemic is over. Until that time, we ask that you continue […]

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