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The Orthodox Church celebrates Pascha on April 12 this year.

Great Lent: 23 February – 11 April 2015
Read more about the fast here

The Sisterhood of All Saints of Russia Orthodox Church presents Traditional Russian Easter Treat
Kulich: Big $20; Medium $15; Small $10.
Pascha: Traditional pyramid decorated $20 and $25; Undecorated $15/lb.
To order: Pick up order form at the candle kiosk or call Lena (303)346-6618 or Sasha (303)746-5012
Baked according to a traditional Russian recipie by our own baker with a college degree in Culinary Art.

Lazarus Saturday
Matins: April 3, Friday at 6:30 P.M.
Hours, Liturgy: April 4, Saturday at 9:30 A.M.
On the Saturday the great miracle is commemorated of the Lord’s resurrection of Lazarus, who was four days dead, in Bethany, "before the sixth day of the Passover;" hence, it is called Lazarus Saturday. The resurrection of Lazarus showed forth clearly before all the divine might of Christ, and before His suffering and death assured all men of the resurrection of Christ and the general resurrection of all the dead. Read more here.
 




Entrance of Our Lord into Jerusalem. Palm Sunday
Vigil:  April 4, Saturday at 6:00 P.M.
Liturgy: April 5, Sunday at 10:00 A.M.
On the sixth Sunday of Great Lent, called Palm Sunday, the Entrance of Our Lord into Jerusalem is celebrated — the royal going of our Lord and Savior to sufferings and the death of the cross, "for us men and for our salvation." Before the Lord, as before a victorious king, palm branches were carried. From these branches the feast itself received the name of Palm Sunday. Read more about the feast here.
 




Passion Week: April 6 -11
 
The Annunciation of our Most Holy Lady Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary
Please, do not park in the school parking lot on weekdays. Cars will be towed. Use street parking instead.
Vigil & Confessions:  April 6, Monday at 6:30 P.M.
Hours, Liturgy with Vespers: April 7, Tuesday at 9:00 A.M.
On this day we remember the glad tidings of the Archangel Gabriel to the Most Holy Virgin Mary, concerning Her birthgiving to the Son of God, which were announced to Her in Nazareth, the home of the betrothed of the Most Holy Virgin, the righteous elder Joseph. Read more about the feast here.
 



April 8 – Great Wednesday
5:30 p.m.  Confession
6:30 p.m.   Matins
 
April 9 - Great Thursday
Please, do not park in the school parking lot on weekdays. Cars will be towed. Use street parking instead.
9:30 a.m.  Vespers with Liturgy
6:30 p.m.   12 Gospels Matins
On Great Thursday we recall the Mystical Supper, the humility of the Lord, expressed in His washing the feet of His disciples, and the establishment of the mystery of His Body and Blood. 
 



April 10 - Great Friday
Please, do not park in the school parking lot on weekdays. Cars will be towed. Use street parking instead.
9:00 a.m.  Royal Hours
12:30 p.m.  Vespers of Epitaphion, Compline
5:30 p.m.  Confession
6:30 p.m.  Matins
On Great Friday we commemorate the holy and saving passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, Who for our sake willingly endured spitting, beating, blows, mockery, and death on the cross.
 

April 11 - Great Saturday
9:30 a.m.  Liturgy of St. Basil with Vespers
12:30 p.m.  Blessing of Kulich and baskets
10:00 p.m.  Reading of the Acts of the Apostles
11:00 p.m.  Blessing of Kulich and baskets
11:15 p.m.  Midnight Service
On this day is commemorated the Lord’s resting in the tomb and His descent into Hades. 

 
April 12 – The PASCHA. The Resurrection of our Lord
12:00 a.m. (midnight) Paschal Matins  & Liturgy
2:00 p.m.   Paschal Vespers.
This is the most joyous and triumphant of feasts, on which we recall the great occurrence of the arising of the Lord Jesus Christ from the tomb after three days, after His crucifixion, death on the cross, and burial. Christ arose early in the morning, after the Sabbath had passed, on the first day of the week, from which this day received our name for it, "Voskresenie" ("Resurrection"). Christians, celebrating the New Testament Pascha, exult in the deliverance through Christ of all the people from slavery to the devil and in the granting of Life and everlasting bliss. Pascha is the essence of our faith: for Christ rose from the dead, and we will rise from the dead. Therefore Pascha is the Feast of feasts and the Triumph of triumphs, and therefore the services of this Feast are exceptionally magnificent and especially triumphant.
 
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