Announcements

Liturgical Calendar

  • Sun., Jun. 7, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jun. 10, Vespers at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jun. 14, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., May 17, Vespers at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jun. 21, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jun. 24, Feast of Nativity of St. John the Baptist; Divine Liturgy at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jun. 28, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Mon., Jun. 29, Holy Day of Obligation: Feast of Chief Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul; Divine Liturgy at 7:00pm;
  • NO Vespers on Wed., Jul. 1;
  • Sun., Jul. 5, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jul. 8, Vespers at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jul. 12, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jul. 15, Vespers at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jul. 19, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jul. 22, Vespers at 7:00pm;
  • Sun., Jul. 26, Divine Liturgy at 10:00am;
  • Wed., Jul. 29, Vespers at 7:00pm;

Announcements

  • On May 21, 2020, on the feast of Ascension of our Lord, we have restarted public celebration of the Liturgical Services in our parish. At the same time, those faithful not comfortable coming back to the church just yet, are still allowed/able to participate in the services from our parish/other parish via online streaming. I would like to remind about safety precautions to be exercised by everyone present in the church for the services:
     1Social distancing of 6 feet must be maintained, people shall wear face masks (please bring you own mask as we might or might not have some extra masks in the church). In a case of an overflow of people in the church, we will have people seated in the church hall where we have video and sound system set up;
    2. Veneration of icons, etc. should done without touching or kissing them (you may bow in front of the icon instead while venerating it);
    3. There will be no social gatherings after the services, until further notice;
    4. Those who are not feeling well, MUST STAY HOME, they are not bound by the Sunday/Feast day obligation if they are ill;
    5. Those who wish to receive Communion ought to open their mouths wide, do not touch the spoon/fingers of the priest and do not cough or sneeze upon it/them.
    6. Collection baskets will be left in designated places so that parishioners may leave their offerings without passing around baskets.
    7. Sacrament of Penance will be administered in safe space with keeping social distance.
    8. Celebration of baptisms, weddings and funerals are allowed if all precautions listed above are observed.
    9. Please consider other precautionary measures you may find necessary! As always, use common sense and prudence to prevent the spread of the virus.
    10. As we learn how to deal with this new situation, we will change/adjust certain ways of doing things as we proceed. Please be patient and considerate in the process!  
    We will also clean/sanitize church before/after each service, especially areas that are commonly touched (doors, backs of pews, etc.). The church will be well ventilated as well.
    Please text/email/voicemail me if you plan to be in the church for the services at least in the first few weeks/months. It would help me greatly to know how many people plan to attend and how to set up church and church hall accordingly!
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