This month marks the beginning of the Great Lent (February 27, Pethrutha), followed by Shubkono (February 28), the Service of Reconciliation. Matthew 5: 23-24: “So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be …
Welcome to 2022. Let us praise the Holy Trinity for this great privilege. The past year was filled with varied experiences: good, difficult, bitter, expected, unexpected, pleasant, and/or indifferent. Continue Reading…..
We are now in final month of 2021. Looking into this past year, I am sure that you can characterize life’s experiences as joyous, surprising, sorrowful, difficult, …etc Continue Reading…..
This month we are celebrating Thanksgiving Day. This is a time many look forward to, in spending time together as families and friends Continue Reading…..
We have entered the final quarter of the year 2021, and this is a time to thank God for His blessings, mercy, and grace upon us. Continue Reading…..
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ, We have reached yet another summer, a time many have been looking forward to. Many of our children have graduated from elementary, middle, and high schools or colleges.
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ, We have now reached the mid-point of 2021. Let us thank God for His presence, blessings, grace, and mercy. This is also a time of retrospection. Let us renew our spiritual life and commitment to God Almighty.
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ, We have completed yet another season of Great Lent. I hope and pray that this was a time of reflection, repentance, and renewal for all of us as a faith community, which is what the Lord invites us to do as we journey with Him.
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ, We have now entered the second quarter of the year 2021. We completed yet anotherlent season in our life. I hope and pray you and your families had a blessed and spiritually enriching Lenten season.
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ, We are now in the season of Great Lent. The Holy Church has beenpatiently awaiting for this fast, as it is a time for reflection, repentance, and renewal. As human beings, we are in a process of continuous transformation. This includes the physical, mental, emotional,and spiritual levels.
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ,We have going to enter a new season of Great Lent on February 14. Lent is animportant period of time in the Church’s Liturgical calendar. The practice of fasting is biblical.Moses fasted in order to prepare for the great mission of receiving the law from God onMount Sinai. Elijah …
From the Vicar Dearly beloved in Christ,Welcome to 2021. By the grace of God, we have entered a new year. When considering the experiences and events during the past year, things have been challenging, strange, and different compared to previous years. Our lives and our surrounding have progressed but have also transformed in unexpected ways. …