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|His Eminence, Metropolitan JOSEPH, Primate Archpriest Michael Tassos, Rector Priest Jon Fate, Attached Protodeacon Stephen Bell, Attached Archpriest Michael Lewis of blessed memory|
Weekly Schedule of Services
Great Vespers ~ Saturdays ~ 6pm
Matins ~ Sundays ~ 8:50am
Divine Liturgy ~ Sundays ~ 10am
PLEASE NOTE: Great Vespers on Saturday, January 14th will be at 5pm.
Last year was the Centennial Jubilee of the Falling Asleep of St. Raphael of Brooklyn (1915-2015). Click HERE to read more.
On the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the kidnapping of the two Metropolitans of Aleppo
His Eminence Paul (Yazigi) and His Eminence John (Abraham) on April 22, 2013
A Joint Statement has been issued by the two Patriarchates of Antioch and of All the East:
The Greek Orthodox Church and the Syriac Orthodox Church. To read the statement click HERE
Please continue to pray for Metropolitan PAUL and Archbishop JOHN and for their quick release from captivity and safe return!
St. Luke Feast Day Celebration
Click HERE to see a slide show of the day!
Upcoming at St. Luke
- Saturday, January 14th – Debut Concert of the St. Luke Chamber Orchestra at 7:30pm.
- Sunday, January 15th – Men of St. Luke Annual Father-Son Football Luncheon.
- Sunday, January 29th – St. Luke Annual Parish General Assembly Meeting after Divine Liturgy.
- Sunday, February 12th – IOCC “Share the Love” Fundraising Dinner at 5pm. Click HERE for more info.
Upcoming in the Orthodox Community
- January 13-15th 2017: Young Adult Winter Retreat at Big Bear Christian Conference Center. Click HERE for more information and to register.
Morning Prayer of the Optina Elders
O Lord, grant that I may meet all that this coming day brings to me with spiritual tranquility. Grant that I may fully surrender myself to your holy will.
At every hour of this day, direct and support me in all things. Whatsoever news may reach me in the course of the day, teach me to accept it with a calm soul and the firm conviction that all is subject to your holy will.
Direct my thoughts and feelings in all my words and actions. In all unexpected occurrences, do not let me forget that all is under your care.
Grant that I may deal straightforwardly and wisely with every member of my family, neither embarrassing nor saddening anyone.
O Lord, grant me the strength to endure the fatigue of the coming day and all the events that take place during it. Direct my will and teach me to pray, to believe, to hope, to be patient, to forgive, and to love. Amen.
More info on the Optina Elders