Please wear your mask when attending the Divine Liturgy.
In accordance with this directive and for the safety and comfort of all of our parish family we are asking that you please wear your mask when attending the Divine Liturgy. Those younger than age 10 are exempt from wearing a mask.
NEXT PEROGY SALE - SATURDAY May 22nd
Pre-orders are REQUIRED
NEW Hours: 2:00PM - 4:00PM for pre-order pickup.
No walk-in sales.
NO Boiling is necessary. Perogies are fully cooked and they may open if boiled the second time!
* Potato ($7 per Dozen)
Sauerkraut ($8 per dozen)
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Beginning on the feast of the Ascension May 13th to Pentecost, May 23rd we will once again pray that the Lord might renew our life through the Holy Spirit. Throughout these ten Mission Days let us pray for our own parish, mission parishes in St. Josaphat Eparchy and our beloved Church in Ukraine. By taking an active role in the spiritual efforts of these ten Mission Days, we are called to better understand that, by their very nature, our parish communities and families (domestic churches) have a missionary character. This missionary spirit is a consequence of the gift of our Baptism, by virtue of which we, as Christians, take upon ourselves the responsibility to believe, live, serve, and share the witness of our faith in Christ, not just among our family members, but with our neighbors, wherever we may live. Thus, the mission of our parish community is to allow our Lord to enter more deeply into our lives, and to carry the Good News beyond our own community, inviting others to partake in the Kingdom of God and praying for them if they do not respond to our invitation.
CONGRATULATIONS Mnohya i Blahaya Lita !
BIRTHDAYS Patriarch Sviatoslav (5/05) and Lauren Dulik (5/07)
ANNIVERSARY Tim & Helen Jett (5/01)
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We are thrilled to announce yet another book study season! This time, we will be reading “Story of A Soul” by St. Therese of Lisieux. Start date: Saturday April 24th at 3:30pm in the Church basement. If you need a book, please talk to Fr. Sal! Read until page 51.
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Sunday of the Samaritan Woman
The fifth Sunday of Pascha is observed in our tradition as the Sunday of the Samaritan Woman. On this day we commemorate the encounter of Jesus with a Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well. The biblical story of this event and the dialogue between Jesus and the woman is found in the Gospel according to St. John. During their exchange Jesus offered the Samaritan woman living water that would forever quench her thirst. This simple and sinful woman accepted the precious gift offered her and came to believe that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of God who was to come. She left her jar at the well and ran to the city, to tell others about her encounter with Jesus. Because of her testimony, many people came to the well to see this possible Messiah. After listening to Jesus they came to believe in him. Like that Samaritan women, all of us Christians, must bring others to Christ. We are called to strive to live out our lives according to the teachings of the Gospel, so that not only by our words, but mainly by our example of life, others may come to know Christ and His Gospel. We are called to share with the world this fountain of living water, which is Christ, and help to quench the thirst of the world
Weekday Divine Liturgy times vary, please check the Divine Liturgy Page.
Changes to our production process are being implemented to follow the latest health guidelines related to Covid-19. With potentially fewer pinchers, we will also be limited in our ability to produce the same volume as we have in the past.
- Please place your order via the church website perogy order page, by responding to this text or email, or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre Orders were due by the end of day Monday, May 17th.
Orders after this time may not be filled as our supplies will be purchased on Tuesday, May 18th.
- You will receive a confirmation of your order within 24 hours.
Sales will not begin until 2:00 PM on Saturday the 13th as to minimize any overlap
between our volunteer workers and our customers.
There will be NO walk in sales.
When picking up your order- masks must be worn.
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