Sunday, March 6, 2016 after Divine Liturgy in the downstairs Parish Hall.
Please come and support the parish!
«Покаяние» по-гречески звучит как «метанойя» и означает «перемена ума». Истинное покаяние предполагает действительно глубокую внутреннюю перемену в человеке, изменение всего его образа мыслей и образа жизни. Покаяние как внутреннее духовное делание приводит человека к исповеди перед священником в Таинстве Покаяния. (In Russian) Continue reading
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This article is available in Russian only. We ask forgiveness that some of the content on our web site is available in one language only. Our web site is intended for the spiritual benefit of all practicing Orthodox Christians, regardless of language or ethnic origin. Some articles are available in Russian only, others only in English. We are always glad to post the same information in both languages. This is not always … Continue reading
Maria Reshetnikova is the author and producer of a new documentary film on St. John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco. Deacon Andrei Psarev of the ROCOR Studies website interviewed Maria in honor of the 2014 celebration of the twentieth anniversary of St. John’s canonization. Continue reading
The Miracle-working, myrrh-streaming icon of the Mother of God “The Softening of Evil Hearts” visited our church on Sunday, 11th October 2015 and was presented during the Divine Liturgy. At the end of the Liturgy we had a special prayer service before the icon. Continue reading
The Bases of the Social Concept of the Russian Orthodox Church are called to serve as a guide for the Synodal institutions, dioceses, monasteries, parishes and other canonical church institutions in their relations with various secular bodies and organisations and the non-church mass media. This document shall be used by the church authorities to make decisions on various issues relevant within particular states or a narrow period of time, as … Continue reading
The parents may say, “Church is very, very important,” but if they do not go to church every week and devoutly receive Holy Communion, and say their private prayers, and pray at meal-times, such exhortations will be recognized by children for the hypocritical clap-trap it is. Continue reading
There can be nothing more significant for us today than the continuing fratricide which is blazing on the territory of Ukraine, taking away more and more lives. What is happening today, primarily in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, and how are the members of our Holy Church to assess these events? Continue reading