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ROCANA Update, January 1, 2012

Епархиальные новости - ВОСТОЧНО-АМЕРИКАНСКАЯ ЕПАРХИЯ 01.01.2012

  1. CELEBRATING THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY AT ST. VLADIMIR'S PARISH
  2. SCHEDULE OF JANUARY SERVICES AT HOLY ASCENSION ORTHODOX CHURCH
  3. SCHEDULE OF JANUARY SERVICES FOR CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION

 

 

CELEBRATING THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY AT ST. VLADIMIR'S PARISH

Matushka Nina Kencis at St. Vladimir's Parish in Edmonton, Canada sends a cheerful report on preparations and plans for celebrating the Feast of the Nativity.  Please note that at least one ROCA parish in North America will enjoy a white Christmas!

Matushka Nina writes:

Children of the St. Vladimir Parish in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, enjoyed a very special evening, December 29. Homemade, cut-out butter cookies were prepared and brought in for the children to decorate. Ten children from ages 2 1/2 to 10 had a great time together. (Most of the other half of the parish's children are still too young to participate). There was multi-coloured icing and lots of decorative sprinkles, frosting tubes, and even mini-marshmallows for them to use. This gave rise to an abundance of creative ideas and sticky fingers. Moms and Dads enjoyed decorating a few cookies, too. the cookies are then frozen until Christmas Day and brought out for the whole parish to enjoy.

The children then practiced singing the Nativity Troparion and their memorized recitations for the Feast Day celebrations.  They will make their presentation at the festal meal after the Nativity Liturgy. Afterwards, while parents visited, the children played hide-and-seek in the downstairs of the church building. They had a lot of fun.

Sunday, January 1, after the trapieza, parish members decorated the church and the hall to be ready for the Nativity Feast the following weekend. The weekend after Christmas, we will have our annual Parish Christmas party at Dormition Skete, where Fr. Andrew and his Matushka live. The weekend services will be held there at the Dormition Church. Outside, there is a great sledding hill, trails for snow shoeing and cross-country skiing, or a walk up the road. Inside, there are board games, food and treats, and a whole day to be together and enjoy one another's company. A big bonfire after dark is the grande finale of the party.

For more information about St. Vladimir's, please visit their website: www.stvladimirs.ca

 

SCHEDULE OF JANUARY SERVICES AT HOLY ASCENSION ORTHODOX CHURCH

We provide below the schedule of services at Holy Ascension Orthodox Church, Fairfax, Virginia.


Sunday, January 1: Twenty-ninth Sunday after Pentecost, Sunday of the Holy Fathers
9:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy

Thursday, January 5
6:30 p.m.: Matins

Friday, January 6: Eve of the Nativity of Christ
6:40 a.m.: Royal Hours, Typica, Great Vespers and the Divine Liturgy
6:30 p.m.: Great Compline and Matins

Saturday, January 7: NATIVITY OF CHRIST
9:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy
Nativity Reception
5:00 p.m.: All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 8: Thirtieth Sunday after Pentecost, Afterfeast of the Nativity of Christ, Righteous David the King, Joseph the Betrothed and James the Brother of the Lord
9:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy

Friday, January 13
6:30 p.m.: All-Night Vigil

Saturday, January 14: Circumcision of Christ
8:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great
5:00 p.m.: All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 15: Thirty-first Sunday after Pentecost, Saint Seraphim of Sarov, Saint Sylvester:
9:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, January 17
6:30 p.m.: Matins

Wednesday, January 18: Eve of Theophany
6:00 a.m. Royal Hours and Vesperal Divine Liturgy of Saint
Basil
6:30 p.m.: Great Compline and Matins

Thursday, January 19: THEOPHANY
6:40 a.m.: Hours, Divine Liturgy and the Great Blessing of
Water

Saturday, January 21
5:00 p.m.: All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 22: Thirty-second Sunday after Pentecost, Martyr Polyeuctus
9:40 a.m.: Hours and Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, January 24
6:30 p.m. Vespers and Matins

Saturday, January 28
5:00 p.m. All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 29: Thirty-third Sunday after Pentecost,Chains of Saint Peter
9:40 a.m. Hours and Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, January 31
6:30 p.m. Vespers and Matins

Saturday, February 4
5:00 p.m. All-Night Vigil

Sunday, February 5: Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee, Hieromartyr Clement New-martyrs and Confessors of Russia
9:40 a.m. Hours and Divine Liturgy


SCHEDULE OF JANUARY SERVICES FOR CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION

We provide below the schedule of services at Annunciation Church, Liberty, Tennessee:

Sunday, January 1
6:00 p.m. All-Night Vigil

Monday, January 2: St. John of Kronstadt
8:30 a.m.: Hours & Divine Liturgy

Wednesday, January 4:  Great-martyr Anastasia
9:00 a.m.: (may be later; please call for update)  Paraclesis

Friday, January 6:  Eve of the Nativity of Our Lord
9:00 a.m.: Royal Hours of the Nativity
11:30 a.m.: Vespers and Liturgy of St. Basil (with the reading of the Prophecies)
6:00 p.m.: Vigil:  Great Compline and Matins

Saturday, January 7:  NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
8:30 a.m.: Hours and Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom vFestal meal
6:00 p.m.:  Vigil served simply, as a readers’ service

Sunday, January 8:  Sunday after Nativity: the Holy Righteoous Ones Joseph, David and James
8:30 a.m.: Hours & Divine Liturgy

Saturday, January 14
6:00 p.m.: All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 15:  Pentecost XXXI; St. Juliana of Lazarevo
8:30 a.m.: Hours & Divine Liturgy

Wednesday, January 18: Eve of Theophany
9:00 a.m.: Royal Hours
11:30 a.m.: Vespers & Liturgy of St. Basil (with the reading of the Prophecies)
6:00pm Vigil: Great Compline & Matins

Thursday, January 19: THEOPHANY
8:30 a.m.: Hours & Divine Liturgy
Festal meal

Saturday, January 21
6:00 p.m. All-Night Vigil

Sunday, January 22:  Pentecost XXXII, Martyr Polyeuctus
8:30 a.m.: Hours & Divine Liturgy

Tuesday, January 24:  Fr. Gregory leaves for Haiti

Saturday, January 28: No service

Sunday, January 29:  Pentecost XXXIII;  Chains of St. Peter
8:30 a.m. Matins, Hours & Typica (readers’ service)

Saturday, February 4
6:00 p.m.:  All-Night Vigil

Sunday, February 5:  Sunday of the Publican & the Pharisee; New-martyrs of Russia
8:30am Hours & Divine Liturgy

 

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