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ATTENTION: Due to the second wave of COVID-19 and per health guidelines we are limited on the capacity of people that can enter the church. At this time the church is open for Parish members only.  NO visitors or guests until further notice.
Reminder: The other Stage 2 restrictions and rules are still in force:
  1. A limited amount of 50 worshipers will be allowed in the church per service.
  2. Parishioners must ensure 6-foot distancing and use of face coverings.
  3. Church Attendance: Please attend church by staggering your attendance. For example; come every 2nd or 3rd week. This allows everyone the opportunity to attend church while staying safe.
  4. In the church, we will refrain from venerating and kissing icons, the chalice, and the priest’s hand. A simple bow will be appropriate. This will be the practice until the pandemic passes.
  5. Confession will be done during vigil. You must wear a mask. Do not use masks with an exhale valve.
  6. If you are sick or have any respiratory symptoms or fever please stay home and do not come to any services until you have fully recovered.
  7. Please note that we can use School parking lot only on Sundays.
Archpriest Boris Henderson
Vigil and Confession: 6:00 p.m., October 13 Tuesday
Liturgy: 9:30 a.m., October 14 Wednesday
The feast was established in commemoration of when, in 936, St. Andrew, a fool for Christ, and his disciple, Epiphanius, during the All-night Vigil in the temple at Blachernae, saw the Most Holy Mother of God praying for people present in the temple and overshadowing them with Her omophorion. This feast is of Greek origin, but only in Russia did it attain the significance of a great feast, albeit one not included with the twelve great feasts.
Read more about the feast here.
19th Sunday after Pentecost. Martyr Charitina. Holy Hierarchs of Moscow.
Vigil and Confession: 5:00 p.m., October 17 Saturday
Liturgy: 10:00 a.m., October 18 Sunday
20th Sunday after Pentecost. Seventh Ecumenical Council. St. Cosmas.
Vigil and Confession: 5:00 p.m., October 24 Saturday
Liturgy: 10:00 a.m., October 25 Sunday
Parish Council Meeting.
7:00 p.m. October 29 Thursday
Read article “The Joyous Feast of the Pumpkin” here.
Vigil and Confession: 5:00 p.m., October 31 Saturday
Liturgy: 10:00 a.m., November 1 Sunday
Read more about St. John of Kronstadt here.
St. John (Maximovitch): Nothing is Fearful for the Person Whose Hope is in God

Where can I go from Thy Spirit, and where can I escape from Thy presence? If I go up into heaven, Thou art there; if I go down into hades, Thou art present there. If I take up my wings toward the dawn, and make mine abode in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there shall Thy hand guide me, and Thy right hand shall hold me.” (Psalm 138: 7-10)
These divinely inspired words of the Psalmist David should be particularly in our thoughts during these days, when the entire world is literally quaking, and from every direction comes news of all kinds of distress, shocks and calamities.
Before you can concentrate on what is occurring in one country, you are distracted by even more threatening events which have unexpectedly erupted someplace else; and before you can get a grasp on them, yet other news distracts your attention to still some other location, forcing you to lose track of the previous ones, even though they have by no means reached their conclusion. 
Read all feasts description for the year on our website
*Dates listed are according to the civil calendar.
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