The Synoptic Gospels (Sts. Matthew, Mark, and Luke) share among them a certain commonality. They contain similar, sometimes almost identical stories from the life of Jesus. Their tone is, in part, biographical. St. John, on the other hand, in the last Gospel, gives us  teaching  that is more poetic, more mystical, and reflects the burgeoning [...]

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Monday, December 17, 2018- Weekly Updates

Maranatha! Come, O Christ the Lord! On December 17/30, the Holy Orthodox Church commemorates the Prophet Daniel and the Three Holy Youths; St. Daniel the Confessor of Egypt; St. Dionysios of Zakynthos, Bishop of Aegina; Martyr Bacchus; New-Martyr Nicetas; and Blessed Deacon Abbacum of Serbia. Through the prayers of Thy Saints, O God, save, have mercy upon [...]

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Adult Religious Education Class – Sunday, Oct. 7

2018-2019 Theme: The Shared Experience of the Orthodox Christian Faith On September 30, our class on Experiencing God through the Bible was connected to the Orthodox faithful across the U.S. (including Alaska) and in the United Kingdom, Canada, United Kingdom, Bahrain, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Pakistan, Switzerland, Syria and United Arab Emirates among other countries. Join us in person [...]

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