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The Holy Orthodox Faith: Finding True Freedom through Slavery & Total Victory through Surrender by Archimandrite Demetrios Carellas Nov 26,27,28 2012 at St Nicholas

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012


The Holy Orthodox Faith: Finding True Freedom through Slavery, & Total Victory through Surrender

by Archimandrite Demetrios Carellas

 

3 talk series – Mon, Nov 26 ; Tue, Nov 27; Wed Nov 28 2012

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Schedule:

* Vespers at 5:30 PM

* Followed by light fasting food

(in consideration of some Orthodox who have begun the Nativity fast)

* Talk at 7:00 – 8:30

 * Visiting and more food after the talk.

Fr. Demetrios currently serves as the chaplain to the Nativity of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Monastery in Saxonburg PA.   He firmly believes that the Spirit-filled teachings and lives of the holy Church Fathers are imperative to our being able to incarnate the Gospel of Jesus Christ within the trenches of our daily lives.  Papa Demetri has hundreds of spiritual children and has delivered talks and retreats extensively across North America

 

The talks will be next door to our church in a very nice lecture hall we use. Our hall will be available at all times.

 

 

 

"EVERYTHING IS FREE, but please RSVP"

(so we can know how much food to make)

 

Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church

 

708 South Chestnut, McKinney, Texas 75069 Church Phone: 972-529-2754

 

Priest Seraphim Holland seraphim@orthodox.net   Cell: 972 658-5433

http://www.orthodox.net

 

 

 This Document in word format: http://www.orthodox.net/calendar/archiamandrite-demetrios-carellas-talks-nov-25-26-27-2012.doc

PDF format: http://www.orthodox.net/calendar/archiamandrite-demetrios-carellas-talks-nov-25-26-27-2012.pdf

 

 

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The Holy Orthodox Faith: Finding True Freedom through Slavery & Total Victory through Surrender by Archiamandrite Demetrios Carellas Nov 26,27,28 2012 at St Nicholas

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012


The Holy Orthodox Faith: Finding True Freedom through Slavery, & Total Victory through Surrender

by Archiamandrite Demetrios Carellas

 

3 talk series – Mon, Nov 26 ; Tue, Nov 27; Wed Nov 28 2012

Picture of Archiamandrite Demetrios Carellas

Schedule:

* Vespers at 5:30 PM

* Followed by light fasting food

(in consideration of some Orthodox who have begun the Nativity fast)

* Talk at 7:00 – 8:30

 * Visiting and more food after the talk.

Fr. Demetrios currently serves as the chaplain to the Nativity of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Monastery in Saxonburg PA.   He firmly believes that the Spirit-filled teachings and lives of the holy Church Fathers are imperative to our being able to incarnate the Gospel of Jesus Christ within the trenches of our daily lives.  Papa Demetri has hundreds of spiritual children and has delivered talks and retreats extensively across North America

The talks will be next door to our church in a very nice lecture hall we use. Our hall will be available at all times.

 

 

 

"EVERYTHING IS FREE, but please RSVP"

(so we can know how much food to make)

 

Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church

 

708 South Chestnut, McKinney, Texas 75069 Church Phone: 972-529-2754

 

Priest Seraphim Holland seraphim@orthodox.net   Cell: 972 658-5433

http://www.orthodox.net

 

 

 This Document in word format: http://www.orthodox.net/calendar/archiamandrite-demetrios-carellas-talks-nov-25-26-27-2012.doc

PDF format: http://www.orthodox.net/calendar/archiamandrite-demetrios-carellas-talks-nov-25-26-27-2012.pdf

 

 

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Electronic Newsletter June 6/19 Sunday of All Saints

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas

Electronic Newsletter

June 6/19

Sunday of All Saints

Announcements
Prayer Requests
Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week
Fasting in the Coming week
Links related to the coming week

Wherefore, seeing we also are encompassed

with so great a cloud of witnesses,

let us lay aside every weight,

and the sin which doth so easily beset [us],

and let us run with patience the race that is set before us,

Looking to Jesus

the author and finisher of [our] faith.

(Heb 12:1-2)

 


Announcements

On Sunday, July 17th, we will be holding a fund-raising event to fund the construction of our covered porch, which we hope will provide a much-needed expansion to our dining space. Igumen Gregory from St. Arsenius Hermitage in Decator will present a talk about "Prayer and its Practice." The talk will take place across the street at the Bingham House. Parishioners are encouraged to attend;

Tickets will not be available at the door. They may be purchased unto July 2nd at www.orthodox.net.

Parishioners are also asked, if possible, to help provide the complementary refreshments during the talk. Emails have been sent out to the St. Julianna Sisterhood list with suggested menu items that need to be provided. If you have any questions, contact Elaine King. .


 

 

The brotherhood (and everybody else who is interested) is reminded that Saturday, July 4th is the feast day of our brotherhood patron, St. John of San Francisco. We will have Vigil Friday night and Liturgy Saturday morning, and a brotherhood meeting over lunch.

 


 

If you can give a few hours of our time to help care for God's house, please contact Matushka Marina, Reader David or Deacon Nicholas and we'll tell you how you can help.

We have a list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.
 

 


 

Prayer Requests

For the Health and Salvation.

  • Kateryna (Kayla) Bayda. (employment)
  • Natalia and Nicholas (traveling in Ukraine until mid August)
  • David
  • Elizabeth
  • Priests Jean and Grégoire & all the faithful and suffering of Haiti.
  • The suffering people of East Japan.

For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list. Anyone can make requests.
 


 

Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

Saturday 6/18

  • 3PM Parish Council Meeting
  • 4PM Confession
  • 5PM Vigil

Sunday 6/19 Sunday of All Saints

  • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
  • 12:45PM Sisterhood Meeting

Monday 6/20

 

 

  • 7:30PM Moleben

Wednesday 6/22

  • 7:00PM Vespers

Thursday 6/23

  • 9AM Divine Liturgy

Saturday 6/25

  • 4PM Confession
  • 5PM Vigil

Sunday 6/26 All Saints of Russia

  • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
  • 12:45PM Church School

Fasting in the Coming weeks

The Fast of the Apostles begins on Monday, June 20th! Our Lord said of his disciples that "when the Bridegroom is taken away from them, then they will fast." The Paschal period is over. The Holy Spirit has come. The feast of All Saints has challenged us to "run with patience the race that is set before us," in obedience to our Lord's command to "be perfect, as your Father in heaven is perfect." And one necessary tool in our struggle to conform ourselves to the Image of Christ is… Fasting with Prayer.

The fast of the Holy Apostles will continue until the Feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul on June 29 / July 12. During this time, we abstain from meat, dairy and egg products. Fish is eaten on weekends only. Wine and cooking oil are used on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and certain days in honor of major saints.

This week, Fish will be allowed on Friday in honor of the Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabus.

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Electronic Newsletter May 15 / May 29 Sunday of the Blind Man

Friday, May 27th, 2011

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas

Electronic Newsletter

May 15 / May 29

Sunday of the Blind Man

Announcements
Prayer Requests
Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week
Fasting in the Coming week
Links related to the coming week

"Blinded in the eyes of my soul, I cry out to Thee, O Christ, like the man blind from his birth, and in repentance I cry to Thee: Thou art the exceeding radiant light of those in darkness!"

Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen!

And He brings enlightenment and peace to all who desire it — to all who turn away in disgust from the darkness that so often besets us, who flee to Him with tears, who repent of the many poor choices we have made and seek redemption by His grace from the pit we have dug for ourselves!

On this last Sunday of Pascha let us renew our prayer for this enlightenment, knowing that He will not delay to grant us our desire. And so let us meet the holy feast of His Ascension with joy, knowing that He raises us with Himself!

Glory to Thee, our God, glory to Thee!


Announcements

We will be taking up a special collection this Sunday to support Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY, which is faced with some very expensive mandatory repair work on their facilities. Please help!


 

Our new facility brings with it many new maintenance and upkeep tasks. Matushka Marina and Reader David Hawthorne need volunteers to help get all the work done.If you can give a few hours of our time to help care for God's house, please contact Matushka Marina, Reader David or Deacon Nicholas and we'll tell you how you can help.

We have a list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.
 

 

 


Prayer Requests

For the Health and Salvation.

  • Kateryna (Kayla) Bayda. (employment)
  • Natalia and Nicholas (traveling in Ukraine until mid August)
  • David
  • Elizabeth
  • Priests Jean and Grégoire & all the faithful and suffering of Haiti.
  • The suffering people of East Japan.

For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list. Anyone can make requests.
 


Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

Saturday 5/28

  • 4PM Confession
  • 5PM  Vigil

Sunday 5/29 Sunday of the Blind Man.

  • 8AM Baptism
  • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
  • 12:45PM Church School for Adults and Children

Monday 5/30

  • 7:30PM Moleben

Wednesday 6/1

  • 7:00PM Vigil for Ascension

Thursday 6/2 Ascension of the Lord.

  • 9AM Divine Liturgy

Saturday 6/4

  • 4PM Confession
  • 5PM  Vigil

Sunday 6/5 Sunday of the Holy Fathers.

  • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
  • 12:45PM Church School for Adults and Children

Fasting in the Coming week

  • We fast from animal products on Wednesday and Friday, but wine and oil are allowed.

LINKS

 

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      Electronic Newsletter May 8 / May 22 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman / Translation of the Relics of St. Nicholas

      Friday, May 20th, 2011

      St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas

      Electronic Newsletter

      May 8 / May 22

      Sunday of the Samaritan Woman

      Translation of the Relics of St. Nicholas

      Announcements
      Prayer Requests
      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week
      Fasting in the Coming week
      Links related to the coming week

       

      Assembling, O ye who love the feasts of the Church, / let us hymn the adornment of hierarchs, / the glory of the fathers, / the well-spring of miracles / and great defender of the faithful, saying: / Rejoice, O protector of Myra, / honored primate and steadfast pillar of its Church! / Rejoice, O most radiant beacon, / illumining the ends of the earth with wonders! / Rejoice, divine joy of the sorrowful / and fervent intercessor for the oppressed! / And now, O blessed Nicholas, / cease not to entreat Christ God / in behalf of them that honor thine ever-gladsome and most illustrious memory // with faith and love.

       


      Announcements

      Our new facility brings with it many new maintenance and upkeep tasks. Matushka Marina and Reader David Hawthorne need volunteers to help get all the work done.If you can give a few hours of our time to help care for God's house, please contact Matushka Marina, Reader David or Deacon Nicholas and we'll tell you how you can help.

      We have a list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.
       


      Prayer Requests

      For the Health and Salvation.

      • Kateryna (Kayla) Bayda. (employment)
      • Natalia and Nicholas (traveling in Ukraine until mid August)
      • David
      • Elizabeth
      • Priests Jean and Grégoire & all the faithful and suffering of Haiti.
      • The suffering people of East Japan.

      For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list. Anyone can make requests.
       


      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

      Saturday 5/21. St. John the Theologian.

      • 2PM Pannykhida for Parish Benefactors
      • 3PM Parish Council Meeting
      • 4PM Confession
      • 5PM Vigil

      Sunday 5/22 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman. Translation of the Relics of St. Nicholas

      • 8AM Baptism
      • 10AM  Divine Liturgy, followed immediately by Blessing of Marriage
      • 1PM Church School for Adults and Children
      • 2PM Molieben for Parish Benefactors

      Monday 5/23

      • 7:30PM Moleben

      Wednesday 5/25

      • 7:00PM Vespers

      Thursday 5/26

      • 9AM Divine Liturgy

      Saturday 5/28

      • 4PM Confession
      • 5PM  Vigil

      Sunday 5/29 Sunday of the Blind Man.

      • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
      • 12:45PM Church School for Adults and Children

      Fasting in the Coming week

      • We fast from animal products on Wednesday and Friday, but wine and oil are allowed.

      LINKS

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      Newsletter – April 18 / May 1 – St. Thomas Sunday

      Saturday, April 30th, 2011

      St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas

      Electronic Newsletter

      April 18 / May 1

      St. Thomas Sunday

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       Cactus flower, which appeared during Bright Week.

      Announcements
      Prayer Requests
      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week
      Fasting in the Coming week
      Links related to the coming week


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      "As the disciples were in doubt, the Saviour came on the eighth day to where they were gathered and granted them peace, and cried to Thomas: Come, O Apostle, and feel the palms in which they fastened the nails. O good unbelief of Thomas, which hath lead the hearts of the faithful to knowledge! Hence, he cried out with fear: O my Lord and my God, glory be to Thee."


      Announcements

      Christ is Risen! Truly, He is Risen!

       


      Our new facility brings with it many new maintenance and upkeep tasks. Matushka Marina and Reader David Hawthorne need volunteers to help get all the work done.If you can give a few hours of our time to help care for God's house, please contact Matushka Marina, Reader David or Deacon Nicholas and we'll tell you how you can help.

      We have a list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.
       


      Prayer Requests

      For the Health and Salvation.

      • Kateryna (Kayla) Bayda. (employment)
      • Natalia and Nicholas (traveling in Ukraine until mid August)
      • David and Elizabeth Ash.
      • Priests Jean and Grégoire and all the faithful and suffering of Haiti.
      • The suffering people of East Japan.

      For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list. Anyone can make requests.
       


      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

      Saturday 4/30

      • 4PM Confession
      • 5PM  Vigil

      Sunday 5/1 THOMAS SUNDAY

      • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
      • 12:45PM Church School for Adults and Children

      Monday 5/2

      • 7:30PM Pannykhida for Radonitsa

      Wednesday 5/4

      • 7:00PM Vespers

      Thursday 5/5

      • 9AM Divine Liturgy

      Saturday 5/7

      • 4PM Confession
      • 5PM  Vigil

      Sunday 5/8 Sunday of the Myrrh-bearing Women

      • 10AM  Divine Liturgy
      • 12:45PM Church School for Adults and Children

      Fasting in the Coming week

      • We fast from animal products on Wednesday and Friday, but wine and oil are allowed.

      LINKS

      Bright Week


      The Second Sunday of Pascha
      Sunday of St Thomas

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      St. Nicholas Parish Newsletter 11-28-2010

      Friday, November 26th, 2010
      St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, McKinney, Texas
      Electronic Newsletter, November 15/28 2010

      http://docs.google.com/View?id=d926dxr_88dpbs3tfq

          We mustn't despair when we struggle and continuously see nothing but the slightest progress. We all do nearly nothing, some a little more, some a little less. When Christ sees our little effort He gives us an analogous token and so our nearly nothing becomes valuable and we can see a little progress. For this reason we mustn't despair, but hope in God.

                                                                                                  - Elder Paisios

      Announcements

      We are in the midst of our fall stewardship campaign. Please remember to fill out your pledge form as soon as possible (a copy is included at the end of this newsletter) and return it to Dn. Nicholas or place it in the donation box.
       

      Our treasurer has the task of preparing a preliminary 2011 budget proposal to present at our December 4th church council meeting. More information on our expected income would make this task easier, so please return your form as soon as possible.

       


      Every year on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, we take up a collection for the diocesan fund for the needy. This fund provides Bishop Peter with the money he needs to help those who come to him seeking financial assistance. Please make an effort to contribute to this collection!
       


      Our new facility brings with it many new maintenance and upkeep tasks. Matushka Marina and Reader David Hawthorne need volunteers to help get all the work done.If you can give a few hours of our time to help care for God's house, please contact Matushka Marina, Reader David or Deacon Nicholas and we'll tell you how you can help.

      We have a list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.
       


      Prayer Requests

      For the Health and Salvation.

      • Kateryna (Kayla) Bayda.
      • Alexander (Yuliya Guzman's father)
      • David and Elizabeth Ash.
      • Priests Jean and Grégoire and all the faithful and suffering of Haiti

      For the Repose. Please pray for the repose of the recently departed servants of God, who have reposed within the last forty days:

      • Nikolay (Natalia Quillin's Father)
      • Patricia Holland (not Orthodox)

      For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list.


      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

      Saturday, 11/27

      • Confessions, 4pm.
      • Vigil, 5pm.

      Sunday, 11/28

      • Divine Liturgy, 10am.
      • Church School (elementary and high school), 12:45pm

      Monday, 11/29

      • Moleben, 7:00pm.

      Wednesday, 12/1

      • Vespers, 7:30pm.
      • Class for those interested in learning how to serve weekday Vespers/Liturgy, 8:15pm.
      Thursday, 12/2
      • Liturgy, 9:00am (subject to change)

      Friday, 12/3

      • Vigil, 7pm

      Saturday, 12/4. Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple.

      • Liturgy, 9am
      • Church Council Meeting, 11am
      • Confessions, 4pm.
      • Vigil, 5pm.

      Sunday, 12/5

      • Divine Liturgy, 10am.
      • Church School (elementary and adult), 12:45pm
      Our ongoing calendar of services is posted here:

      Our "Redeeming the Time" blog usually has at least several posts a week – http://www.orthodox.net/redeemingthetime.


      Fasting in the Coming week

      We are now in the Nativity Fast. Fish is allowed on weekends; wine and oil are allowed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The fast is relaxed in the honor of many saints, including:

      • Fish is allowed on Tuesday, for St. Nikon of Radonezh
      • Fish is allowed on Thursday, for St. Philaret of Moscow

      Pledge Form 2011 

      Name: ______________________________________________

      We would like to pledge the following amount toward St. Nicholas' general operating expenses for 2011:

      Amount: _____________         weekly         monthly             (circle one)

                                                                  fixed          estimate             (circle one)

      (If monthly) We will usually pay our pledge on or about the ____________ Sunday of each month.

      Please return this form to the treasurer, Dn. Nicholas, or place in the donation box at church.

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      Holy Virgin Martyr Lucy July 6/19

      Monday, July 19th, 2010

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      Many years to my penultimate (for 6 months!) granddaughter, Goody Goose, Lulu, Ludy Doo, Lucy!

      The Holy Martyrs Lucy (Lucia) the Virgin, Rexius, Antoninus, Lucian, Isidore, Dion, Diodorus, Cutonius, Arnosus, Capicus and Satyrus:

      St Lucy, a native of the Italian district of Campania, from the time of her youth dedicated herself to God and lived in an austere and chaste manner. While still quite young, she was taken captive and carried off into a foreign land by Rexius, who had the title of Vicarius (a substitute for a dead or absent provincial governor). Rexius at first tried to compel St Lucy to sacrifice to idols but, she remained firm in her faith and was ready to accept torture for the sake of Christ. Rexius was inspired with profound respect for her and even permitted her and her servants the use of a separate house, where they lived in solitude, spending their time in unceasing prayer. Whenever he left to go on military campaigns, Rexius reverently asked for St Lucy's prayers, and he returned victorious.

      After 20 years St Lucy, having learned that the emperor Diocletian had begun a persecution against Christians, entreated Rexius to send her back to Italy. She wanted to glorify the Lord together with her fellow countrymen. Rexius, under the influence of St Lucy, had already accepted Christianity by this time, and even longed for martyrdom. Leaving behind his retinue and family, he went to Rome with St Lucy. The Roman prefect Aelius sentenced them to be beheaded with a sword. After them the holy martyrs Antoninus, Lucian, Isidore, Dion, Diodorus, Cutonis, Arnosus, Capicus and Satyrus were also beheaded. In all, twenty-four martyrs suffered with Sts Lucy and Rexius.

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      Electronic Newsletter, June 27, 2010 ns

      Friday, June 25th, 2010
      St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
      McKinney, Texas
      Electronic Newsletter, June 27, 2010 ns

      "Since we have been baptized, let us take care that our soul remains swept and garnished but never empty. Our soul should always be filled with the Holy Spirit and then the evil spirit, when he comes anywhere near us, will be filled with fear and will not be able to enter us."
         
      - From "Redeeming the Time." See the entire post here.

      Announcements

      Our new facility brings with it new maintenance and upkeep tasks. The main venues for keeping our church beautiful are the sisterhood under the leadership of Matushka Marina and the brotherhood under the leadership of our Warden, Reader David Hawthorne. New members, and more active old members, are always welcome! Please help!

      We have again updated and prioritized our list of things our parish needs. If you or somebody you know wish to supply one of these items, please contact us.

      We will not be holding our usual Tuesday Vespers, Wednesday Liturgy or Thursday Molieben this week, since Fr. Seraphim will be at the St. Peter the Aleut children's summer camp.

      This Saturday is the commemoration of St. John of San Francisco, the Wonderworker, a great saint of our century and our land, and the patron saint of our parish brotherhood. We will hold services Friday evening and Saturday morning.
       

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      Prayer Requests

       

      For the Health and Salvation.

      • Priests Jean and Grégoire and all the faithful and suffering of Haiti
      • Elizabeth Ash.

      For the Repose. Please pray for the repose of the recently departed servants of God, who have reposed within the last forty days:

      • Dr. John Johnstone. 6/4 ns."Herr Doctor" was a dear friend of Fr Seraphim and family in St Louis. He was about 90. 

      For a more complete listing, please see our parish prayer list.
       

      If you have prayer requests for the ill, for those with special needs or in difficult circumstance or for the departed, please e-mail Priest Seraphim or Deacon Nicholas


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      Schedule of Divine Services in the Coming week

      (All services will be held in the new location at 708 S. Chestnut, McKinney TX 75069):

      Saturday, 6/26/10

      • Sisterhood garage sale, 7am.
      • Confessions, 4pm.
      • Vigil, 5pm.

      Sunday, 6/27/10.

      • Divine Liturgy, 10am.
      • Church School, 12:45pm.
      Friday, 7/2/10.
      • Vigil or Vespers for St. John of San Francisco, 7pm
      Saturday, 7/3/10

      • Liturgy for St. John of San Francisco, 9am.
      • Brotherhood meeting following the Liturgy.
      • Confessions, 4pm.
      • Vigil, 5pm.

      Sunday, 7/4/10.

      • Divine Liturgy, 10am.
      • Church School, 12:45pm.

      Our ongoing calendar of services through is posted here:

      Our "Redeeming the Time" blog usually has at least several posts a week – http://www.orthodox.net/redeemingthetime.

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      Fasting in the Coming week:

      The apostles' fast continues until the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul on Monday, July 12th. During this fast, we fast from meat, fish, dairy, eggs, wine and oil, with the following exeptions:

      • Fish, wine and oil are allowed on Saturday and Sunday
      • Wine and oil are allowed on Tuesday and Thursday
      • This week, Fish is allowed on Monday (in honor of St. Jonah of Moscow) and Friday (in honor of the Apostle Jude).
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      Video introduction to the new temple on the day of its first liturgy

      Sunday, June 13th, 2010

      Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPJSVormbOM

      Also at:

      Daily Motion: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/22956735

       Yahoo: http://video.yahoo.com/watch/7648355/20317955

       Metacafe (looks like they add advertisements in the beginning):

      http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4750300/

       Blip.tv: http://www.blip.tv/file/3751449

      More pictures to come

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