The Church is open for services. At this point we will be limited to a capacity of 25 people and will continue to observe social distancing and wearing masks. It is very important to note that if you or any family member are sick or have any respiratory symptoms or fever please abstain from coming to church for two weeks.
We ask you to help us implement these guidelines for the health and safety of our community. May God bless you all.

Archpriest Boris Henderson
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 member worshipers, as per current Colorado State mandate, 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
CHRIST IS RISEN! Congratulations with the Radiant Resurrection of Christ!
Second Sunday of Pascha. Thomas Sunday. General Pannykhida. Pannykhida at the Cemetaries. Hieromartyr Basil of Amasea.
Vigil & Confessions:  May 8, Saturday at 5:00 p.m.
Liturgy: May 9, Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
Pannykhida at the Cemeteries: May 9, Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
On the second Sunday after Pascha, i.e., the one following after Pascha we commemorate "The Touching of the Holy and Glorious Apostle Thomas." On this, the eighth day after the Resurrection of the Lord, we recall how the Lord appeared to all His disciples who were gathered together, this time with Thomas, and allowed Thomas, who had doubted in His resurrection, to touch His wounds; and how when Thomas, believing, confessed Him to be his Lord and his God, the Lord called blessed those who have not seen, and yet have believed.
Read more about feast here. 
On Thomas Week, on Tuesday, a commemoration of the departed is observed, colloquially called "Radonitsa." On this day pannykhidas are served at the cemeteries, by which the living in a way greet their departed loved ones and relatives with the great and joyous feast of the Resurrection of Christ. In foreign countries most parishioners live far from of the church and cemetery, therefore the first Pannykhida after Easter takes place after Thomas Sunday liturgy (not Tuesday) in the temple, and then at the local cemeteries.
Third Sunday. Myrrh-Bearing Women. Sisterhood Feast Day. St. Theodosius of the Kiev Caves.
Vigil & Confessions: May 15, Saturday at 5:00 p.m.
Liturgy: May 16, Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The Third Sunday after Pascha is called the Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women. Commemorated on this Sunday are all those who were witnesses of the burial of the Lord Jesus Christ and of His resurrection: the holy righteous Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus, who asked of Pilate the body of the Lord, to bury it, and the myrrh-bearing women who accompanied the Lord to Golgotha, took part in His burial, and then, coming very early to the tomb on the first day of the week, in order to anoint the Body of the Lord with myrrh, were found worthy to see first the angels, who imparted to them the joyous news of the resurrection of the Lord, and then the resurrected Lord Himself.
Read more about the feast here
Moleben to St. Nikolas the Wonderworker.
May 22 Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
Fourth Sunday after Pascha. Sunday of the Paralytic. Apostle Simon the Zealot.
Vigil & Confessions: May 22, Saturday at 5:00 p.m.
Liturgy: May 23, Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The fourth Sunday after Pascha is called the Sunday of the Paralytic, since on in the Gospel at the Liturgy for this Sunday we recall the account of the Lord’s healing of the paralytic, who had lain for thirty-eight years by the Sheep’s Pool in Jerusalem. This event, like those of the Sundays that follow, testifies to us of the Divine omnipotence of the Lord Jesus Christ, and thereby strengthen our faith in the truth of His resurrection. In addition to this, these events were performed during this very period of time- during the days of Pentecost. Read more about the feast here. 
Read all feasts description for the year on our website
*Dates listed are according to the civil calendar.
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