Soul Saturday – Divine Liturgy
November 2 @ 9:30 am11:30 am
At various times a year the Orthodox Church sets aside days which are meant for the community to pray for those who have fallen asleep in Our Lord. If you would like to have prayers served for those who have fallen asleep pass a list to Fr. Chad, and you may also bring kolachi and fruit, or the items the follow you Orthodox tradition, for blessing during the service.
All are welcome to attend our services weather you are Orthodox or just visiting.
Confession begins at 9:30 am
Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am
All Baptized and Chrismated Orthodox Christians, who have prepared through prayer and fasting, are invited to receive the Holy Eucharist (Communion). In the Orthodox Church we do not practice an open communion; if you wish to learn more about this you are welcome to speak to Fr. Chad Pawlyshyn after the Liturgy or arrange an alternate time.