- Daily Liturgies are held in the
School Chapel Thursday & Friday at 9:00am. Check the weekly bulletin for
any change of time due to special circumstances Holy Confession is
available before Liturgy.
- Saturday Liturgy begins at
4:00pm, Holy Confession is available before and after the service.
- Sunday Divine Liturgy begins at
8:00am and 10:30am.
- Holy Confession is available
before the Liturgies.
On Feast Days, the various liturgical services are announced in the weekly
bulletin or listed on the calendar posted here.
- Mystery of Holy Baptism
- We are all "Baptized into
Christ" and participate in the death and resurrection of Christ, being
reborn in Christ Himself. This service is combined with Holy
Chrismation. Expectant parents and those who desire to be baptized
Byzantine, should contact the rectory at least three months prior to prepare
for this special service.
- Holy Chrismation
- This is the time where we
are anointed with the Holy Chrism bestowing upon us the gift of the Holy
Spirit. This allows us to grow in spirituality, holiness and live a
true Christian life.
- The mystery in which we
receive the "body and blood of Christ" becoming full members of
the Church community. This wonderful gift provides us with the
spiritual nourishment that we need to survive. This service is given
to children in our second grade Eastern Christian Formation class.
- Mystery of Holy
- Available before and after
each liturgy and by appointment.
- Mystery of Holy
- Where a man and a woman are
called to live together as one through selfless giving and love, growing in
holiness and grace through Christ. In the Mystery of Holy Matrimony, the
couple are crowned with the divine grace and strength to grow together in
love and holiness. Those couples planning to marry should contact the rectory no less than one year in advance.
Mystery of Holy
Anointing with Oil
- In this mystery we are
anointed and blessed with holy oils to heal our illnesses both bodily and
spiritually. Please notify the rectory if you wish to have the priest come to give
the Holy Eucharist and/or anoint with Holy Oils, anyone who is ill at home,
in the hospital, or nursing home. These sacramental mysteries are given for the healing of the soul and body.