May 22 at 10 am - Moleben to St. Nicholas
May 9/22 Translation of the relics (1087) of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker (ca. 345) from Myra to Bari
May 26 (10 am Liturgy) - The Sunday of the Paralytic
The fourth Sunday after Pascha is called the Sunday of the Paralytic, since on in the Gospel at the Liturgy for this Sunday we recall the account of the Lord’s healing of the paralytic, who had lain for thirty-eight years by the Sheep’s Pool in Jerusalem. This event, like those of the Sundays that follow, testifies to us of the Divine omnipotence of the Lord Jesus Christ, and thereby strengthen our faith in the truth of His resurrection. In addition to this, these events were performed during this very period of time — during the days of Pentecost. The order for the Sunday of the paralytic only continues to be sung on Monday and Tuesday, for on Wednesday a special feast is celebrated: Mid-Pentecost.
Whether you are an Orthodox Christian seeking to renew your faith or someone unfamiliar with but interested in Orthodoxy, we encourage you to visit our parish and to learn more about the rich traditions and faith of the Orthodox Church.
-Saturday 6:00 pm Vigil
-Sunday 9:30 am Divine Liturgy
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