Divine Liturgy – Schedule

Participating in the Divine Liturgy | The Divine Liturgy is celebrated by the whole Church—clergy and faithful. Everyone therefore, is a participant.  No one is a mere observer.  The people participate in many ways.  They sing the hymns; they are attentive to the prayers and the Readings; they enact various gestures such as bowing, kneeling, making the sign of the Cross, and even exchanging the kiss of peace.  Of course, the ultimate sign of participation in the Divine Liturgy is receiving Holy Communion, which is offered only to Orthodox Christians who are in good order with the faith, life and canons of the Church.


The Divine Liturgy is celebrated in both Greek and English and can be followed through the books in the pews.  The hymns specific to a particular Sunday are listed in the program of the day.
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Matins at 9:00am

Divine Liturgy at 10:00am

 

MAY

 

7th        Sunday of the Paralytic Man. Matins 9:00 am.

 

Liturgy 10:00 am

 

14th      Sunday of the Samaritan Woman-Mother’s Day. Special Service for Mothers. Matins 9:00 am. Liturgy 10:00 am.

 

21st      Sunday of the Man Born Blind. Matins 9:00 am. Liturgy 10:00 am.  General Assembly Meeting.

 

25th      Ascension Thursday. Liturgy 8:30 am.

 

28th      Sunday of the Holy Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council.  Matins 9:00 am. Liturgy 10:00 am.

 

 

 

JUNE

 

3rd        Memorial Saturday Liturgy 8:30 am. Memorial for all our deceased relatives and friends to follow.

 

4th        Pentecost Sunday. We go to summer schedule. Matins 8:30 am. Liturgy 9:30 am. Kneeling Service to the Holy Spirit to follow.

 

11th      All Saints Sunday. Matins 8:30 am. Liturgy 9:30 am.

 

18th      Second Sunday of the readings from St. Matthew. Father’s Day. Matins 8:30 am. Liturgy 9:30 am. Special service for Fathers.    

 

25th      Third Sunday of Matthew. Matins 8:30 am.

 

Liturgy 9:30 am.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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