Dear brothers and sisters Glory to Jesus Christ!
1. Upcoming Schedule
2. Charity Month
3. Christian education
4. Wisdom from the saints
5. House blessings 2021
6. Annual Parish meeting
7. Online giving - a new platform
8. January birthdays
5. LANS (Looking Ahead to Next Sunday) readings and reflection
The services are back to the regular schedule and the church is open to everyone. Physical distancing of 6 feet is required at the moment. Face coverings are recommended.
Saturday, Jan. 30 - Great Vespers at 5pm
Sunday, Jan. 31 - Divine Liturgy at 9:30am - 40th Day Panikhida for Michael Pellock - Annual Parish meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 2 - Akathist Hymn to Jesus Christ at 7pm & Bible Study at 7:30pm
Saturday, Feb. 6 - Great Vespers & confessions at 5pm
Sunday, Feb. 7 - Divine Liturgy at 9:30am
Tomorrow is the last Sunday that we will be making a collection in support of ZOE for Life for our Charity Month.
This is a Christian ministry which affirms the value of all life by helping women in a confidential manner during and after crisis pregnancies. They are committed to providing care, support, and education to empower women to make decisions everyone can live with.
For more, visit zoeforlife.org
There is a collection basket setup in the narthex. You may also donate online directly to ZOE for Life.
Tuesdays, starting with an Akathist service at 7pm.
The Bible Study is available both for in-person attendance and online via Google Meet.
Reply to this email for the link to the online meeting.
Join our online Book Study group, which meets once a week, Wednesday or Friday at 8pm.
Right now we are reading a book by Rod Dreher "The Benedict Option, a strategy for Christians in a post-Christian nation."
A very timely book for everything that's going on in the society right now.
We meet via Google Meet; therefore, reply to this email to get the meeting link.
Thanksgiving has place not for the soul and spiritual blessings alone, but also for the body, and for the good things of the body.
- Saint Clement of Alexandria
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Annual Parish meeting will be held on Sunday, January 31, shortly after the Divine Liturgy.
All registered parish members are strongly encouraged to attend (health permitting).
Coffee will be served :)
We have switched our online giving platform from PayPal to Tithe.ly. The new platform is designed specifically for churches and offers more options than PayPal.
With Tithe.ly, you can make online offering, pay your dues, and setup recurring offering. For more, clickhere.