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Parish Calendar

Schedule of Services
Sunday
9:30am - Divine Liturgy

Reading of the 3rd Hour begins at 9:15am

During the Academic Year, Church School follows the Service (beginning approximately 11:15a)

  
Tuesday
8:30am - Daily Matins
  
Wednesday
4:30pm - Open Doors

The Church is open for meditation, reflection and contemplation. Fr Steven is also available for meetings and to receive confession as necessary.

6:30pm - Daily Vespers

(5:30p throughout the summer)

  
Thursday
8:30am - Daily Matins
  
Saturday
5:30pm - Great Vespers

General Confession follows the Service on the last Saturday of every month (unless superseded by a Feast Day).

  
Eve of Feast
6:00pm - Feasts of Our Lord and Savior or the Most Holy Theotokos

For Feasts of Our Lord and the Theotokos observed mid-week, Great Vespers with Litya (or Vigil) is typically celebrated. Please see the monthy calendar for specific details about individual Feast commemorations. 

  
Feast
8:30am - Akathist Service

Certain Saints are commemorated with the Akathist Service. Please see the monthly calendar for specific details.

  

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