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Nativity Greeting

This Nativity night bestowed peace on the whole world; So let no one threaten;

This is the night of the Most Gentle One; Let no one be cruel;

This is the night of the Humble One; Let no one be proud.

Now is the day of joy; Let us not revenge;

Now is the day of Good Will; Let us not be mean.

In this Day of Peace, let us not be conquered by anger.

Today the Bountiful impoverished Himself for our sake;
So, rich one, invite the poor to your table.

Today we receive a Gift for which we did not ask;
So let us give alms to those who implore and beg us.

This present Day cast open the heavenly doors to our prayers;
Let us open our door to those who ask our forgiveness.

Today the DIVINE BEING took upon Himself the seal of our humanity,
In order for humanity to be decorated by the Seal of DIVINITY.

- St. Isaac the Syrian, Nativity Sermon

Christ is Risen!

The Glorious Resurrection

Shine, shine, O new Jerusalem, for the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee; dance now and be glad, O Zion, and do thou exult, O pure Theotokos, in the arising of Him Whom thou didst bear.

For God so loved the world

“…that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.”

- John 3:16-17

Resurrection Greeting

Come and See!

The Holy Eucharist

Weekly Schedule
Day, Time
Sunday, 10:00 AM
Service
Divine Liturgy of St John Chrysostom
Details
Hours, Divine Liturgy, Post-Communion Prayers
Holy Week and Pascha Schedule
Day, Time
Thursday, 7:00 PM
Friday, 10:00 AM
Friday, 6:00 PM
Friday, 7:00 PM

Saturday, 10:30 PM
Service
Holy Passion (Reading of the 12 Gospels)
Royal Hours
Taking-down Vespers
Lamentations

Resurrection Vespers and Paschal Divine Liturgy

Please contact our parish priest, Reverend Father Isaac Henke, if you would like to visit or join our parish, or to learn more about traditional Orthodoxy.

Not Made by Hands

The Icon at the top of this page is commonly called “Christ the Saviour, Not Made by Hands,” or “The Holy Napkin.” Go here for the remarkable story of the original icon, presented to mankind by Christ Himself, thereby instituting and sanctifying the practice of iconography!

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