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New Beginnings 2018

January First begins a new calendar year, but more importantly it is the Eighth Day of Christmas – the Eighth Day of Christ’s earthly life – and the day we celebrate His circumcision. For on this day Mary and Joseph took the infant Jesus to the Temple to fulfill...



Tis The Season To Rejoice

In the fullness of time God sent His only begotten Son to dwell among us. Imagine the depths of His love for us to send an immortal being to take on mortal flesh and become one with us. For this we rejoice, we stand in awe, we thank Him,...



Autumn – A Time for Reflection

We live in perilous times with much anxiety about many things. Not a day goes by but that we learn of senseless murders, unending wars, and paralysis in legislative bodies, mistreatment of our brothers and sisters, and people who act in ways contrary to the gospel expectations. So, how...



Everywhere Present: Alaskan Pilgrimage

Going on a pilgrimage is a challenge and an adjustment to new places and inconveniences; yet, it is a reminder that God is everywhere present. Kh Ginny and I joined twenty two other mostly Russian Orthodox on a pilgrimage to visit historic Orthodox churches and sites in Alaska; a...



Lord, To Whom Shall We Go?

Two Thousand Years ago Jesus astonished His Disciples when after His burial He rose from the dead and appeared to them in the closed and locked upper room. A week later He again appeared to them, this time with Thomas present who disbelieved the witness of his fellow Apostles...



Lenten Season – A Time for Renewal

Each year we are asked to participate in the Lenten Season. Why? Because God is an angry God and wants us to deprive ourselves? Some people think so. But, troche no; just the opposite. God is a loving and patient God who desires not the death of sinners, visit...



We Are All Prodigals

Perhaps the best well known parable of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the Parable of the Prodigal Son, this or as it is sometimes called the Parable of the Lost Son; “Lost” because it is the third parable in Chapter 15 of Luke that deals first with...



Constraints & Freedom

Blessed are the meek, hepatitis for they shall inherit the earth! Blessed are the pure in heart, order for they shall see God! America is the Home of the Brave and the Land of the Free. Yet, information pills unlimited freedom leads to license and other antisocial activities. There...



Schedule of Nativity Services

Friday, medstore Dec. 23 10:00 am: Royal Hours for the Nativity Saturday, Dec. 24 5:30 pm: Vesperal Divine Liturgy for the Nativity Sunday, Dec. 25 9:30 am: Orthros 10:30 am: Divine Liturgy of the Nativity Sunday, Jan. 1 10:30 am: Divine Liturgy for the Circumcision of the Lord Full...



A Visit from the Magi

Visit from the Magi: They fell down and worshiped Him A poignant element in the Nativity Story is the visit of the Magi – The Wise Men Who were these Wise Men, website from where do they come, and why did they come? These are interesting questions in themselves,...



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Schedule of Services

Saturday, 5:00 PM, Vespers
Sunday, 9:30 AM, Orthros
Sunday, 10:30 AM, Divine Liturgy