The Seven Youths of Ephesus: Maximilian, Iamblicus, Martinian, John, Dionysius, Exacustodianus (Constantine) and Antoninus, lived in the third century. Saint Maximilian was the son of the Ephesus city administrator, and the other six youths were sons of illustrious citizens of Ephesus. The youths…
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+ Dormition Fast Begins August 1st +
Compline & Bible Study (Gospel of St Mark) - Wednesday August 4th @ 5:30pm
++ Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord Jesus Christ ++
Vesperal Liturgy w/Blessing of Fruit - Thursday August 5th @ 5:30pm
Great Vespers - Saturday August 7th @ 5pm
Divine Liturgy - Sunday August 8th @ 10am (Hours @ 9:40), fellowship following in the Hall.
Our Parish rejoices!!! On August 1st, 2021 the Handmaiden of God Mary (Kelsi) and the Servant of God Gregory (John) were brought into the Orthodox Faith. Glory be to God for His goodness! Please remember the Newly-Illumined Mary and her godmother, Matushka Mary and the Newly-Illumined Gregory and his godfather Basil in your God pleasing prayers.
The Holy Martyr Eudokia was a native of Anatolia, living in the fourth century. The army of the Persian emperor Sapor took her into captivity with 9,000 Christians. Since she knew the Holy Scriptures well, she instructed the prisoners. The saint also preached to the Persian women and converted many…
The Holy Martyr Eleutherius served as the cubicularius (chamberlain) at the court of the emperor Maximian Hercules (284-305). When he accepted Christianity, he then settled on a country estate, and built a church at his home. One of the servants reported to the emperor that Eleutherius had become a…