A Word on Confession

In Scripture we read: “He that covers his sins shall not prosper, but whosoever confesses and forsakes them shall have mercy” (Proverbs 28:13). In the Old Testament, confession was never exclusively a private affair between God and man. Rather, we have evidence that confession was always made in the presence of others. Lamak, by confessing […]

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Parish Bulletin – Sunday, July 15th

6th Sunday after Pentecost ~ Tone 5 ~ Today we commemorate the Holy Equal-to-the-Apostles Great Prince Vladimir (in holy baptism Basil), Enlightener of the Russian Land. Vladimir was the son of Prince Svyatoslav, and grandson of Igor and Olga, and was at first completely pagan in faith and life. Learning of the existence of various […]

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Patronal Feast Day!

Patronal Feast Day!

Our Patronal Feast is coming up! On Thursday night we will celebrate Great Vespers with a Litya at 5.30 PM. Right after the service we will have a barbecue at the Newman Center for anyone that is willing to come and celebrate. Feel free to invite your friends and neighbors! For the meal, please bring […]

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Services this week

Monday, July 2nd – Hours, Divine Liturgy (St. John of San Francisco), 6.40 AM Wednesday, July 4th – Vespers, 5.30 PM (Note the time – earlier due to Independence Day celebrations!) Thursday, July 5th – Hours, Divine Liturgy, 6.40 AM Saturday, July 7th – Great Vespers, 5.30 PM Sunday, July 8th – Hours, Divine Liturgy, […]

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