Announcements


SERVICES / OFFICE HOURS FOR THIS WEEKEND – FEBRUARY 10-11

This Saturday, February 10, we will have a Soul Saturday Divine Liturgy at 10 AM. Please note, for this occasion, we will not have Matins before, or Coffee Hour, after the service.

Following the Divine Liturgy, Fr. Gregory will hold his monthly Office Hours. He will be available to meet with members and non-members alike. This would be an excellent time for non-members/inquirers to learn more about Orthodoxy and our parish, in an informal setting. To arrange to meet with him, please email him at FGRogers@aol.com

On Sunday, February 11, we will observe Meat Fare Sunday, with Matins beginning at 9 AM, and the Divine Liturgy at 10 AM. Immediately after the Divine Liturgy, we will hold our Annual Parish Meeting. This is a usually a brief meeting to discuss whatever business that needs to be addressed to the whole parish, and to elect/appoint new officers for the parish council.

After the meeting, we will conclude with a carry-in lunch to be enjoyed by all in attendance. We invite everyone to join us as we worship God The Father, Son and Holy Spirit and to share in fellowship together!


OUR FEBRUARY 2018 CALENDAR

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Metropolitan JOSEPH has appointed Bishop NICHOLAS to lead the Diocese of Miami and the Southeast. You can read about it here: http://antiochian.org/metropolitan-joseph-appoints-bishop-nicholas-lead-diocese-miami-and-southeast

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INTRODUCING THEORIA.TV

Theoria.tv is a website that features videos about the Orthodox Church, free of charge! Check them out here:

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EVANGELICALS DISCOVER ORTHODOXY

Here is a great video about 2000 Evangelical Protestant Christians, who set out on a journey to find out what the ancient Church was really like, and in doing so, discovered Orthodoxy. Our own Fr. Gregory was part of this movement, the effects of which continue even today!