Sun, Mar 18 - Forgiveness Vespers after coffee hour
Mon, Mar 19 - Parish Council meeting 6:30 pm
Wed, Mar 21 - Presanctified Liturgy 6:30 pm followed by potluck/discussion
Fri, Mar 23 - Presanctified Liturgy 8:45 am
Fri, Mar 23 - 4th Salutations 7:00 pm
Sat, Mar 24 - Cleaning of the church 9:00 am;
Philoptochos meeting 10:30 am;
Vespers for Annunciation 6:30 pm
Stewardship - We currently have 100 pledges submitted. If you have not filled out a pledge form, please do so.
Please refer to the enclosed list of items needed for Lenten services and notify Fr John or any Board member if you wish to make a donation.
Church Directory - For the page missing in the church directory, an insert page is available on the table outside the church office.
We welcome you to All Saints Greek Orthodox Church and are blessed that you have come to our worship service. We hope that this worship experience is both enlightening and inspirational.
Each Sunday is the day in which we commemorate the Resurrection of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ. The Christian Orthodox Church is the Church of the Resurrection and we rejoice in the Lordís triumph over death.
If you are a visitor to our Parish, we encourage you to follow the Divine Liturgy book to assist you in following the Liturgy. Please understand that the Christian Orthodox Church does not practice inter-communion with other Christian denominations. Though we may share a common belief in the Holy Trinity, our churches are not yet one in faith and practice. We believe that Holy Communion is not the means to Christian unity but it is in fact the fullest expression of that unity. We fervently pray for this unity as noted in every divine service of the Orthodox Church. Please do not approach for Holy Communion if you are not a baptized/chrismated Orthodox Christian. Feel free to contact Fr. John if you desire to learn more about the Christian Orthodox Church, the Church of the New Testament.
We would like to remind all Orthodox Christians to be spiritually prepared and in proper canonical standing with the Church in order to partake of the Holy Eucharist.
Please remember to turn off your cell phone and/or pager during the celebration of Divine Services.