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The invisible enemy [Satan] presents to us the worthless as important, the irrelevant as essential and that which is detrimental as beneficial only in order to achieve victory and to destroy us forever.
Last Saturday, our toddlers came together to bake prosphora bread to offer for their friend Martha, who recently fell asleep in the Lord. We had a great time baking bread and remembering the kindness and love Martha showed all the kids at our parish.
Lent is upon us and this is a time for us to prepare and journey towards Pascha. Please visit our calendar for all services. As a general rule, we have Presanctified Liturgy on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm, Akathist on Fridays at 6:30 pm, Vespers on Saturdays at 5:00 pm, and Orthros on Sundays at 8:50 […]
We would love for you to join us next weekend as we celebrate the joyous Nativity of Christ. This feast celebrates God becoming Incarnate, taking on humanity as a baby, to redeem us. In Holy Orthodoxy, we join together for prayer and Divine Liturgy to celebrate this great event. See below for our Nativity week […]