Liturgical/Event  Schedule


Sunday: 10 Sep (Sunday before the Exaltation of the Cross) (Gal 6:11-18; Jn 3:13-17)                9 AM Divine Liturgy (People of the Parish)  Eternal Lamp – (Ted & Sylvia Pasnak)

Monday: 11 Sep    12 PM Panachida (Victims of 9/11)

Tuesday: 12 Sep   12 PM Sixth Hour

Wednesday: 13 Sep  7 PM Great Vespers with Litija

Thursday: 14 Sep (Exaltation of the Holy Cross) (1 Cor 1:18-24; Jn 19:6-11, 13-21, 25-27, 30-35)  7:45 AM Festal Matins    9 AM Divine Liturgy (+Alex Lasok)

Saturday: 16 Sep (Saturday After the Exaltation of the Cross) (Great Martyr St. Euphemia)    (1 Cor 1:26-29; Jn 8:21-30)   9 AM Divine Liturgy (Elizabeth Euphemia Escobedo)  5 PM Great Vespers

Sunday: 17 Sep (Sunday After the Exaltation of the Cross) (Gal 2:16-20; Mk 8:34-9:1)               9 AM Divine Liturgy (People of the Parish) (Mirovanije for the Holy Cross)  Eternal Lamp – (Ted & Sylvia Pasnak)


  For other liturgical services, please see monthly calendar.
All liturgical services are celebrated in English.

Confessions:  30 minutes before services and the First Wed of the month.  Appointments welcome.

 Glory to Jesus Christ!

Dear Friends:

Our parish family is honored and pleased to have you share in the life of our church.  Our Christian life is animated by the Holy Spirit, the Lord and Giver of Life Who proceeds from the Almighty Father through the Son, our Savior Jesus Christ.

Our parish participates in a vibrant tradition that integrates all of our human senses in the worship of God.  The goal of our life in the Church is that we be sharers with the Risen Christ in his victory over sin and death.

We invite you to learn about our family oriented Byzantine Catholic Church, in communion with the Pope of Rome, by browsing through this web site.  Please contact me if you have any questions.

You are very welcome to join us at all of our liturgical services.  On Sunday mornings and other special occasions following liturgy, you are invited to join us for fellowship and refreshments downstairs in the social hall.  If you are looking for a spiritual home, consider Holy Angels Church.

God bless you.

Fr. Brian