NB: The Nativity Fast ends of January 6th.
- Contemplative silent prayer time in Church on most Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Check on the homepage for each week
- Please join us for Vespers on Saturday 21st, and stay for communal meal and game night!
For your Nativity plans:
We will have the Vigils of the Nativity at 6pm of January 6,
and Divine Liturgy on January 7th at 10 am.
This morning, a few parishioners met to bake prosphora.
A nice opportunity to pray, socialize, and bake together, for the use of our parish.
Can you spot the cat hard at work as well, doing stretching exercises?
Let us know if you would like to join us for our next baking
Blessing of our new candelabra:
On October 12, Anton Astling was baptized, and received the name of Anthony.
Venerable Anthony the Roman, abbot of Novgorod (1147), is commemorated on August 16/August 3. Click on his name on this page to learn more about his life.
You can listen to part of Father John’s sermon for the occasion:
And on the next Sunday, Anthony received Holy Communion
On Wednesday 9 at 7pm, we will pray a panikhida for Victor Vuckovic’s parents and grand-parents
Michael Woerl just passed away.
If you would like to help his family with funeral expenses, please donate through our own GoFundMe page, specifying that’s your donation is for Michael Woerl.
Thanks for your generous help
Archbishop Peter came to visit us on the occasion of the anniversary of the foundation of Saint Innocent parish.
Archbishop Peter’s arrival:
At the Small Entrance:
End of Divine Liturgy, with Archbishop Peter’s message:
The Divine Liturgy was followed by a banquet: