News & Updates

  • 2016 DOWAMA PLC Registration is Live! (2/12/2016) - As you know, we’re hosting the Parish Life Conference for our diocese this summer. Well, we have some exciting news! Registration for the 2016 DOWAMA PLC is up and live now. You can register today by visiting this page or going to our event page at Register now to get the early-bird registration pricing! If you’d like a paper registration, click the link below. PLC Registration Form Vendor Registration Form Souvenir Journal Ad Form  
  • Epiphany at St. Antony (1/5/2016) - Together with Holy Trinity and Holy Apostles on Sunday at 1:30pm for the Blessing of the River and pray for God’s continued blessing our city. The location is changed from previous years and 2100 S. Jackson on the west side of the river. For a map, click here.   Troparion of the Feast When Thou, O Lord, wast baptized in the Jordan the worship of the Trinity was made manifest! For the voice of the Father bare witness to Thee, calling Thee his Beloved Son. And the Spirit, in the form of a dove, confirmed the truthfulness of his Word.  
  • 2015 Nativity Church Services (12/23/2015) - Church Lunches On Thursdays Church Lunch Thursday at 11:30. Check our website for menu. 14th Baked Potato bar with all the fix-ins! 21th Smothered pork chops, mashed potatoes , black eyed peas 28th Lebanese Garlic Chicken & Potatoes  
  • St. Paisios: “A Christian Must Not Be Fanatical” (10/27/2015) - Original Source:  Holy Cross Church Let’s not stone our fellow-man in a so-called “Christian manner.” The person who – in the presence of others – checks someone for having sinned (or speaks in an impassioned manner about a certain person), is not moved by the Spirit of God; he is moved by another spirit. A Christian must not be fanatical; he must have love for and be sensitive towards all people. Those who inconsiderately toss out comments, even if they are true, can cause harm. I once met a theologian who was extremely pious, but who had the habit of speaking to the secular people around him in a very blunt manner; his method penetrated so deeply that it shook them very severely. He told me once: “During a gathering, I said such and such a thing to a lady.” But the way that he said it, crushed her. “Look”, ... Read More

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