On September 19, we celebrated the 21st anniversary of our parish.
During his homily based on the Epistle of the day, 1 Corinthians 16:13-24, Father John highlighted the theme of “begin church”.
After the Divine Liturgy, we enjoyed a time of social gathering with gorgeous weather and delicious food provided by all, including fresh fish caught by our catechumen Timothy.
On Sunday, September 12, we celebrated Saint Alexander Nevsky’s 800th anniversary, with the Divine Liturgy followed by a Moleben and procession:
Click on the link to access the Epistle of Archbishop Peter on the 800th Anniversary of the Birth of St. Alexander Nevsky
To prepare for the celebration of Saint Alexander Nevsky’s 800th anniversary, and for the upcoming anniversary of our parish, parishioners got together to clean the church and beautify the grounds.
Here are a few pictures of everyone hard at work: