Announcements


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 2015

This Sunday, August 2, we will celebrate a Typica Service at 10:00 AM. A Typica is a short prayer service that is held in the absence of a priest. There will be no coffee hour following this service. We invite all to come and pray with us!


VESPERS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, CANCELLED

Vespers for this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 have been cancelled. This is due to Fr. Gregory attending the funeral of Archpriest Fr. Gordon Walker in Nashville. May his memory be eternal!


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2015

“Thou didst shatter death by Thy Cross, Thou didst open paradise to the thief; Thou didst turn the sadness of the ointment-bearing women into joy. And didst bid Thine Apostles proclaim a warning, that Thou hast risen O Christ, granting to the world the Great Mercy.” (Resurrectional Apolytikion) 

This Sunday, July 26, we commemorate The Holy Righteous Martyr Paraskeva of Rome. Orthros/Matins begins at 9:00 AM, followed by The Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM. Coffee Hour and Fellowship will follow the Liturgy. We invite all to come and share in worship with us!

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required. It is perfectly OK to attend just The Divine Liturgy. In fact, this is the practice of many Orthodox Christians. There is no break between Orthros and the Liturgy, so if you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2015

“Thou, O Christ, art our God of exceeding praise Who didst establish our Holy Fathers as luminous stars upon earth, and through them didst guide us unto the true Faith, O most merciful One, glory to Thee.” (Apolytikion of the Holy Fathers).

This Sunday, July 19, we commemorate the Holy Fathers of the Fourth Ecumenical Council. Orthros/Matins begins at 9:00 AM, followed by The Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM. Coffee Hour and Fellowship will follow the Liturgy. We invite all to come and share in worship with us! 

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required. It is perfectly OK to attend just The Divine Liturgy. In fact, this is the practice of many Orthodox Christians. There is no break between Orthros and the Liturgy, so if you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015

“Let us believers praise and worship the Word; coeternal with the Father and the Spirit, born of the Virgin for our salvation. For, He took pleasure in ascending the Cross in the flesh to suffer death; and to raise the dead by His glorious Resurrection.” (Resurrectional Apolytikion from the Divine Liturgy).

Tomorrow, July 12, is the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost & Sixth Sunday of Matthew. Orthros/Matins begins at 9:00 AM, followed by The Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM. Coffee Hour and Fellowship will follow the Liturgy. We invite all to come and share in worship with us! 

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required! It is perfectly OK to attend just The Divine Liturgy! In fact, this is the practice of many Orthodox Christians! If you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!


FREE BOOK OFFER / OFFICE HOURS!

This Saturday, July 11, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Fr. Gregory will be at St. Barnabas for his monthly Office Hours. He will be available to meet with members and non-members alike. This is an excellent time for inquirers to speak to him in person about Orthodoxy and our parish. It’s also a great time for non-Orthodox inquirers to pickup a free copy of Frederica Mathewes-Green’s book, “Welcome to the Orthodox Church: An Introduction to Eastern Christianity”. There is no mail order on this book and only one copy per family. To arrange to meet with Fr. Gregory, you can email him at  FGRogers@aol.com.


Here is a short video about the book:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OthCqAImeMs


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2015

“Having learned the joyful message of the Resurrection from the angel, the women disciples of the Lord cast from them their parental condemnation. And proudly broke the news to the Disciples, saying: Death hath been spoiled; Christ God is risen, granting the world Great Mercy.” RESURRECTIONAL APOLYTIKION from the Divine Liturgy.

This Sunday, July 5, we commemorate the Venerable Athanasius of Athos & the Fifth Sunday of Matthew. Orthros/Matins begins at 9:00 AM, followed by The Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM. Coffee Hour and Fellowship will follow the Liturgy. We invite all to come and share in worship with us!

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required! It is perfectly OK to attend just The Divine Liturgy! In fact, this is the practice of many Orthodox Christians! There is no break between Orthros and the Divine Liturgy, so, if you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!


FREE BOOK OFFER!

We will give non-Orthodox inquirers a free copy of Frederica Mathewes-Green’s book, “Welcome to the Orthodox Church: An Introduction to Eastern Christianity”. Just stop by our church (sorry, no mail order) and pickup your copy. You can pick it up before or after a service. It is not required to get the book, but we would love to have you attend one of our services. Only one copy per family.

See a short video about the book here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OthCqAImeMs


Metropolitan Joseph Condemns Charleston Slayings, Calls for Prayer

Here is a link to Metropolitan Joseph’s statement:

http://antiochian.org/metropolitan-joseph-condemns-charleston-slayings-calls-prayer


SERVICES FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2015

“O foremost in the ranks of Apostles, and teachers of the world, Peter and Paul, intercede with the Master of all to grant safety to the world, and to our souls the Great Mercy.” APOLYTIKION OF SS. PETER AND PAUL.

This Sunday, June 28, is the Transfer of the Commemoration of The Holy, Glorious Apostles Peter and Paul. Orthros/Matins begins at 9:00 AM, followed by The Divine Liturgy at 10:00 AM. Coffee Hour and Fellowship will follow the Liturgy. We invite all to come and share in worship with us! 

A NOTE TO VISITORS – attendance at Orthros/Matins is not required! It is perfectly OK to attend just The Divine Liturgy! In fact, this is the practice of many Orthodox Christians! If you arrive and a service is in progress, come on in!