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Weekly Bulletin – MARCH 18, 2018

March 19, 2018

WE WELCOME ALL TO JOIN US FOR OUR DIVINE SERVICES.

Christ is Among Us!
He Is and Shall Be!


SUNDAY OF ST.  MARY OF EGYPT.
FIFTH 
SUNDAY OF THE GREAT FAST.
Our Holy Father Cyril, Patriarch of Jerusalem.

SAT. MAR. 17

7:00 PM     FESTAL EVENING PRAYER [VESPERS]
8:00 PM     MYSTERY OF HOLY REPENTANCE
[CONFESSIONS]

SUN. MAR. 18

9:00 AM     FESTAL MORNING PRAYER [MATINS]
10:00 AM   
FOR THE PEOPLE [Propers]
Epistle: Heb 9:11-14
GospelMk 10:32-45
11:30 AM    
Pitch-in Luncheon
12:15 PM     
ECF Classes for All
5:00 PM      
LENTEN EVENING PRAYER
MIDWEST REGION
LENTEN SUPPER

The Great Fast information

MON. MAR. 19  The Holy Martyrs Chrysanthus & Daria.

NO DIVINE SERVICES ~ OFFICE CLOSED

TUE. MAR. 20  Our Venerable Fathers of the St. Sabbas
Monastery, martyred by the Muslims [796 AD].

7:00 AM     LENTEN MORNING PRAYER

WED. MAR. 21  Our Venerable Father and Confessor
James, Bishop of Catania.

7:00 AM     FIRST HOUR
7:30 AM     TERSEXT
7:00 PM     LITURGY OF THE PRESANCTIFIED GIFTS

THU. MAR. 22   Pre-festive Day of the Annunciation.
The Holy Martyr Basil, Presbyter of Ancyra.

7:00 AM     LENTEN MORNING PRAYER

FRI. MAR. 23    The Holy Venerable – Martyr Nicon
and his students martyred with him. Our Holy
Mother Rafka.

7:00 AM     FIRST HOUR
7:30 AM     TERSEXT
7:00 PM     GREAT FAST PARAKLIS

SAT. MAR. 24  LAZARUS SATURDAY.

7:00 AM     FIRST HOUR
7:00 PM     FESTAL EVENING PRAYER [VESPERS]
8:00 PM     MYSTERY OF HOLY REPENTANCE
[CONFESSIONS]

SUN. MAR. 25  PALM [FLOWERY] SUNDAY. FEAST
OF THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE THEOTOKOS.

9:00 AM     FESTAL MORNING PRAYER [MATINS]
WITH THE BLESSINGS OF PALMS AND
PUSSYWILLOWS
10:00 AM   FOR THE PEOPLE [Propers]
Epistle: Phil 4:4-9, Heb 2:11-18
GospelJn 12:1-18, Lk 1:24-38
11:30 AM    Pitch-in Luncheon
12:15 PM     ECF Classes for Children
SAME TIME KofC Meeting in the Temple
1:45 PM       PALM SUNDAY EVENING PRAYER

Palm Weaving/Braiding Info from our 2013 post.

A peek at our 2018 schedule of services for Holy Week and Sunday of Pascha.

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