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The schedule for services during Lent

1st Week

Monday 3/11

Great Compline w Canon of St. Andrew 6pm

Tuesday 3/12

Great Compline w Canon of St. Andrew 6pm

Wednesday 3/13

Presanctified Liturgy 6am

Great Compline w Canon of St. Andrew 6pm

Book and Soup for the Soul 6pm

Thursday  3/14

Great Compline w Canon of St. Andrew 6pm

Friday 3/14

Salutations to the Theotokos 6pm

Saturday 3/15

Orthros 8am

Divine Liturgy and Memorials 9am

Great Vespers 5pm

Sunday 3/16

Orthros 8:30am

Divine Liturgy 9:30am

Forgiveness Vespers 3pm

Week 2-6 of Lent

Regular Lenten Services 

Monday

Great Compline 6pm

Wednesday

Presanctified Liturgy 6pm

Book and Soup for the soul 

Friday 

Salutations 6pm

Saturday 

Greta Vespers 5pm

Sunday 

Orthros 8:30am

Divine Liturgy 9:30am

Pan-Orthodox Vespers (at various locations) 6pm

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See below the schedule for the Nativity services this year:

Monday December 24

8:00 Royal Hours of Nativity

6pm Nativity Eve Vesperal Liturgy of St Basil the Great

7:30pm Carols Concert

Tuesday December 25

8:00 Nativity Orthros

9:00 Nativity Liturgy

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Our Festival dates for 2018 have been set.

Taverna Night – October 11

Greek Fest- Oct 12, 13, 14

We hope to see you here!

Visit our Festival Website at midcitiesgreekfest.info

Or our Facebook Page

Volunteers Needed

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Our program for Inquirers in the Orthodox Faith and Faith Enrichment starts again on September 16th 2018.

Join us Sundays after Divine Liturgy to find out all you wanted to know about the Orthodox Faith.

This year we’ll continue our mix of online learning, practical faith applications, guest-speakers, monastery visits and so much more.

If you are not Orthodox, and want to learn, join us, if you are Orthodox and want to learn more, join us as well. The door is open if your heart is!!

Come and see!

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