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Announcements:
Dear parishioners and friends! Please support future church expansion by helping the parish in purchasing the house next to the church. We hope to Promptly collect enough funds, so that the church would not not have to borrow a large sum of money from the bank.  May the Lord God help you and reward you hundredfold for your financial support and generosity! We accept donations by cash (special envelopes available at church), by check, or via the Paypal "Donate" button below. Please mark your donation "For church expansion".

PASCHA. THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD. CHRIST IS RISEN!
   APRIL 16, 2017
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. 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. Read more about the feast here.
 
The Sisterhood of All Saints of Russia Orthodox Church presents Traditional Paschal Foods.
Support our Sisterhood with your purchase of Kulich, Cheese Pascha or a basket
  • Kulich: Big $20  SALE BIG KULICH FOR $10 
To order: Buy at the church or call Lena (303)346-6618
Kulich and pascha are baked according to the traditional recipe and with Rector’s blessing.
 
The Sunday of the Holy Myrrh-Bearing Women. Sisterhood Feast Day.
Vigil & Confessions: April 29, Saturday at 6:00 p.m.
Liturgy: April 30, Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
The Third Sunday after Pascha is called the Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women. Commemorated on this Sunday are all those who were witnesses of the burial of the Lord Jesus Christ and of His resurrection: the holy righteous Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus, who asked of Pilate the body of the Lord, to bury it, and the myrrh-bearing women who accompanied the Lord to Golgotha, took part in His burial, and then, coming very early to the tomb on the first day of the week, in order to anoint the Body of the Lord with myrrh, were found worthy to see first the angels, who imparted to them the joyous news of the resurrection of the Lord, and then the resurrected Lord Himself. Read more about the feast here.
 
Read all feasts description for the year on our website
​​Read article - PREPARING FOR CONFESSION
*Dates listed are according to the civil calendar.
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