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Weekly Bulletin – July 24, 2011

July 24, 2011

Weekly Schedule

Sunday,          July 24 2011

6th Sunday after Pentecost *

Boris & Gleb – Martyrs

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy

following liturgy

Knights of Columbus Brunch in St. Mary’s Hall

– everyone’s welcome

Monday,         July 25, 2011

Dormition of Anna

6:30 PM


Tuesday,       July 26, 2011

8:00 AM

Divine Liturgy   †Mary Scheidler

6:30 PM

Patristics Theology class

Wed.,              July 27, 2011


11:00 AM

Divine Liturgy     †Nicholas Luisi

7:00 PM

Ancient Healing Service

Thursday,      July 28, 2011


9:00 AM – 6 PM

Baking in St. Mary’s Hall

Friday,            July 29, 2011


5:30 PM

Divine Liturgy     Danny Enciso

Saturday,       July 30, 2011


8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Evangelization at Binford, Carmel Markets

5:00 PM

Divine Liturgy – vigil for Sunday

Sunday,          July 31 2011

7th Sunday after Pentecost *

10:00 AM

Divine Liturgy

following liturgy

Fellowship in St. Mary’s Hall

Note: * designates obligation to attend liturgy



Events Calendar

  • Congratulations to Danny Enciso on his 60th birthday, July 24th. He’s at the milestone of half way to 120 years. God grant your servant, Danny, many happy and blessed years! Mnohaja blahaja l’ita!
  • The Knights of Columbus Brunch follows the Sunday Divine Liturgy today. See you in St. Mary’s Hall.
  • The healing service on Wednesday, July 27, is also the feast day of Saint Panteleimon (or Pantaleon.) He was a great Martyr and Imperial physician. He was beheaded about A.D. 303 during the reign of Emperor Maximian.  We have his icon in church & venerate it to ask his intercession for healings.
  • The Transfiguration of our Lord is on Saturday, August 6th. Jesus strengthened the apostles’ faith by showing His Divine Glory after He had foretold about His Passion. Father Sid will be blessing first fruits on the solemn feast and on Friday evening, August 5th.
  • Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Shrine in Olympia, WA is on August 12 & 13. If you are traveling to the northwest you may want to add this to your itinerary. Their newsletter is in the hall.


Fund Raising

We have some beautiful, eastern European hand-painted icons on wooden eggs. These would make a unique addition to your home or gift for a special person in your life. New scrip merchandise / gift cards came in this week so there’s a great selection. You have to buy gas, groceries, pharmaceuticals, clothing, etc. on a regular basis so buy some scrip cards for those purchases. It helps generate some income for your parish. There’s also restaurant, hardware, health & beauty cards too.


2nd Collection

Fr. Sid needs to replace his white vestments. So far we’ve collected $315 towards the goal of $950 so we’re 1/3 of the way there.  Please help us replace the Sunday vestments that he’s worn routinely for 7 years.


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