Wednesdays @ 7pm
This is our Orthodox Catechism,
Form a small group of friends, or
study by yourself, Contact
Fr. Alexander and set up
GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD FOR HE IS GOOD, FOR HIS MERCY ENDURES FOREVER!
THIS SUNDAY IS STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY,
Come, Fill Out Your Pledges and Enjoy
An Afternoon Lunch Together!
"Receive one another, therefore, just as Christ has recieved you, to the glory of God." - Romans 15:7
Our parish community embraces the Gospel of Jesus Christ and is dedicated to the worship of the Holy Trinity, the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit. We are named in honor of the Holy Spirit, who is co-equal with the Father and the Son and who is the Life of the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. The fruits of the Spirit include love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. These fruits represent the goals and aspirations of our faithful members in the Body of Christ. Our name demonstrates our awareness of the seriousness of the Christian life and our commitment to witness to a life in Communion with God and through Him with each other!
From the Church Fathers!
"The empty years of our desires separates us from our heavenly homeland, and our love for these desires, and our habits, clothe us in ugliness, what the Apostle calls "the old adam." But, we who are wanderers in the journey of this life call out to God for help! We must divest ourselves of this repulsiveness, and clothe ourselves with new desires, and form new habits, and foster a love for the Coming Age. Through this, we will learn whether the Kingdom of God will be heaven or hell."
St. Herman of Alaska
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Sundays: Morning Prayers (Orthros): 8:30am | Divine Liturgy (Mass): 9:30am
Saturdays: Great Vespers at 5pm
Thursdays: Divine Liturgy at 9:30am
Church Feast Days Celebrated throughout the Year!
Note: All weekday evening services at 7pm, ***Unless a Feast Day
For information on our services please contact the Church office at (402) 934-3688 between the hours of 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
At the center of the life of the Church is the Holy Eucharist, which is the principal celebration of our faith and the means through which we participate in the very life of the Holy Trinity. Learn more»
Wednesday, Nov. 19th
Gospel of St Mark
Thursday, Nov. 20th,
Vesperal-Divine Liturgy @6pm!!!
Feast of Mary into the Temple
Saturday, Nov. 22nd,
Great Vespers @5pm!!!
Sunday, November 23rd,
St. Alexander the Wonderworker
Morning prayers @ 830am
Divine Liturgy @ 930am
Please Stay for LUNCH!