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Divine Liturgy on St. Thomas Sunday.  Fr. Stephan shares plans for future Divine Liturgies in his sermon.

Christ is Risen!  Indeed He is Risen!

Nocturnes of Pascha can be viewed here.  Fr. Stephan's message for Pascha 2020.

 

Thanks to the masked men for their help! Watch the video of them hard at work here.

 

The full service was not done.  However, the portion where the shroud is placed in the tomb was done.  You can watch it here or on our YouTube page.

You can find the video for Holy Friday Matins with the reading of the Passion Gospels on our YouTube page.  Click here to go the video.

Fr. Stephan's message for Holy Wednesday.

You can access the sign up sheet here to guard the tomb at home.  Remember, multiple people can sign up for the same time.

Fr. Stephan's message for Holy Tuesday.

Also, take the time to read this inspiring message from His Grace, Bishop Alexis.

Holy Monday 2020

By raising Lazarus from the dead before Thy passion,

Thou didst confirm the universal resurrection, O Christ God.

Like the children with the palms of victory,

we cry out to Thee, O Vanquisher of Death:

"Hosanna in the highest!

Blessed is He that comes in the Name of the Lord."

 

Father Stephan recorded a video message.

 

Although Divine Liturgy will not be celebrated at Holy Resurrection we can still celebrate our Lord's Entrance into Jerusalem.  You are encouraged to view livestream services.  Two options would be from Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Ellwood City, PA and St. Tikhon's Monastery in South Canaan, PA.  For St. Tikhon's, once you click on the Live Stream button and it takes you to YouTube select Home for the live stream.

Fr. Stephan recorded a video message.  It is also available on our Facebook page.

 

There is no Divine Liturgy on Sunday, April 5, 2020 as we are still following the directive of the bishop.  Please see the links on the website for churches that are livestreaming services. Information has been received from the Holy Synod and His Eminence, Archbishop Melchisideck, giving guidance for Holy Week and Pascha.  We will update both the webpage and our Facebook page next week with more information.

This list may have changed due to restrictions by the bishop of the dioceses involved.  The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration will be having service tomorrow and will be livestreaming it: Hours and Akathist at 8:45 am, Divine Liturgy at 9:30 am.

The OCA churches below will be doing live streams of their services:

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, Mogadore, OH

The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration, Ellwood City, PA

St. Gregory Orthodox Church, Wappingers Falls, NY

St. Mary Magdalene Orthodox Church, Fenton, MI

St. Mary Orthodox Church, Falls Church, VA

St. Justin Martyr Orthodox Church, Jacksonville, FL

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, East Meadow, NY

Holy Nativity of the Lord Orthodox Mission, Shreveport, LA

St. John the Wonderworker Orthodox Church, Atlanta, GA

Also remember Ancient Faith Radio streams music and podcasts 24/7.

More resources can be found on OCA Coronavirus Resources

Per the directive of Archbishop Melchisedek ALL services are cancelled through the end of March.  Additionally, confessions are suspended during this time.  If you have an emergency, please call.  I will not, however, be doing my normal visits to the shut-ins.  Feel free to use this prayer service as part of your prayer life.  More details will follow and will be posted on here and our Facebook page.

Be safe and wash your hands!

Fr. Stephan

Our journey to Pascha begins on Feb. 9, 2020 with the Publican and the Pharisee.  Hopefully this chart will help you with Your Journey to Pascha 2020.


Blessing of the Monongahela River!

The clergy of the Mon Valley gathered together to bless the Monongahela River on January 11, 2020. Click here to view the video.  The video is also available on our Facebook page. 

Thank you for everyone who joined us!


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