Feast and Saints
1st Sunday of Lent - Sunday of Orthodoxy
Sunday, March 17
Originally, the Prophets Moses, Aaron, and Samuel were commemorated on this Sunday. The Alleluia verses appointed for today’s Liturgy reflect this older usage.
Today we commemorate the “Triumph of Orthodoxy,” the restoration of the holy icons in the reign of the holy Empress Theodora (February 11).
(courtesy of oca.org)
We welcome all visitors and invite you to join us in worship and fellowship. Please sign our guest book in the narthex of the church. We hope the Lord blesses you through your visit to Saint Anthony the Great Orthodox Church.
We respectfully remind all visitors that Holy Communion is given only to Orthodox Christians in good standing with the Church who have prepared themselves through prayer, fasting, and confession.
Following Divine Liturgy, coffee and light refreshments are served in the attached Fellowship Hall.
Wednesday Daily Vespers, 7:00 pm
Saturday Great Vespers, 6:00 pm Confession following
3rd & 6th Hours, 9:30 am
Divine Liturgy, 10:00 am
Church School, 11:15 am September - May
On the Eve of Great Feasts (weekdays) Great Vespers, 7:00 pm
On the Morning of Great Feasts (weekdays) Divine Liturgy, 6:30 am
On the Morning of Great Feasts (Saturdays) Divine Liturgy, 9:00 am
Wednesday Evenings during Great Lent Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts, 6:30 pm
Services are in English