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Great Lent: February 19 – April 7, 2018
Great Lent is the 40-day season of spiritual preparation that comes before the most important Feast of the Christian year, Holy Pascha. The purpose of fasting is to remind us of the Scriptural teaching, “Man does not live by bread alone.” The needs of the body are nothing compared to the needs of the soul. Above all else, we need God, Who provides everything for both the body and the soul. Fasting teaches us to depend on God more fully.
Read more about the fast here.
Pannykhida. Commemoration of the departed.
March 17, Saturday at 10:00 A.M.
St. John of Sinai (St. John of the Ladder). Fourth Sunday of Great Lent.
Vigil & Confessions: March 17, Saturday at 6:00 P.M.
Liturgy: March 18, Sunday at 10:00 A.M.
On the fourth Sunday of Great Lent the memory of our venerable father John of the Ladder is commemorated, who depicted the entire path of the spiritual, ascetic life in his excellent book, "The Spiritual Ladder, Leading Up to Heaven," and who, in the example of his own life of great asceticism, gave us a model for the traversing of this path. The Gospel read at the Liturgy on this day (Mark 9:7-31) recalls the prophecy of the Lord concerning His death and resurrection.
Read more about the feast here.
Canon of St. Andrew of Crete
Matins: March 21, Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Read more about the Great Canon here.
Forty Martyrs of Sebaste and Liturgy of Presanctified Gifts
Hours and Liturgy of Presanctified Gifts: March 22, Thursday at 9:00 A.M.
According to St. Basil, forty soldiers who had openly confessed themselves Christians were condemned by the prefect to be exposed naked upon a frozen pond near Sebaste on a bitterly cold night that they might freeze to death. Among the confessors, one yielded and, leaving his companions, sought the warm baths near the lake which had been prepared for any who might prove inconstant. One of the guards set to keep watch over the martyrs beheld a supernatural brilliancy overshadowing them and at once proclaimed himself a Christian, threw off his garments, and placed himself beside the thirty-nine soldiers of Christ. Thus the number of forty remained complete. At daybreak, the stiffened bodies of the confessors, which still showed signs of life, were burned and the charred bones were cast into a river so that Christians would not gather them up.
Read more about Forty Martyrs of Sebaste here.
Laudation of the Mother of God.
Matins & Confessions: March 23, Friday at 6:30 P.M.
Liturgy: March 24, Saturday at 9:30 A.M.
Read more about the feast here.
St. Mary of Egypt. 5th Sunday of Great Lent.
Vigil & Confessions: March 24, Saturday at 6:00 P.M.
Liturgy: March 25, Sunday at 10:00 A.M.
St. Mary, who is known as Mary of Egypt from a great sinner, became, with God's help, a very great saint and left such a striking example of repentance.
Read more about the feast here.
The Sisterhood of All Saints of Russia Orthodox Church presents
Traditional Paschal Foods.

 Support our Sisterhood with your purchase of Kulich, Cheese Pascha or a basket
PASCHA  April 8, 2018
  • Kulich: Big $20; Small $10
  • Cheese Pascha: $25
  • Eggs colored: $1/each
  • Big Basket $70: Big Kulich, 12 eggs, cheese pascha, candle
  • Small Basket $50: Small kulich, 6 eggs, cheese pascha, candle
To order: Fill out an order form at the candle kiosk at the church or call (720)480-9153
Kulich and pascha are baked according to the traditional recipe and with Rector’s blessing.
Read all feasts description for the year on our website
*Dates listed are according to the civil calendar.