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Saturday, February 22
5:30 pmGreat Vespers
Sunday, February 23
8:45 amMatins
10 amDivine Liturgy
12 pmLight from the East: Reading of the Church Fathers
Monday, February 24
7:30 pmParish Council
Saturday, February 29
5:30 pmGreat Vespers
Sunday, March 1
8:45 amMatins
10 amDivine Liturgy
Monday, March 2
Diocese Compline @ Norwood
Great Lent begins
Wednesday, March 4
6:30 pmPre-Sanctified Liturgy

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Schedule of Services

Great Vespers: 5:30 pm Saturdays
  8:50 am Sundays
Divine Liturgy: 10 am Sundays

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Saint of the Month - February 2020 - St. Lawrence of Canterbury

Saint Lawrence of Canterbury, was the second bishop of Canterbury in England and a missionary who played a large part in establishing the Anglo-Saxon church. In 597 Pope St. Gregory I the Great appointed the Benedictine monk Laurentius, to the first Anglo-Saxon mission aimed at converting pagan England to Christianity. Nothing else is known of his early background or history. The mission to England was led by St. Augustine, who later became the first bishop of Canterbury.


Message From Fr. Timothy - February 2020 - "God is Good"

“God is Good”, I often hear this expression when a parishioner recovers from an operation, an illness or when some treatment they underwent is successful. It’s a curious statement. A very definitive one to be sure. I absolutely believe that God is good. I also believe that He wants us to be good too. His Commandments tell us as much, love God and honor our parents, treat others as we want others to treat us, it sounds very good.