Monthly Archives: January 2011
Thanks to Orthodox Montana for the update: “St. Anthony the Great Orthodox Church in Bozeman and the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) Group at Montana State University, Bozeman would like extend an invitation to join us for a retreat with Fr Daniel … Continue reading
Per the website of St John the Wonderworker Serbian Orthodox Church, Eugene Oregon. Wednesday the 26th, there will be a talk, here at St. Johns, on DOSTOEVSKY, Part 1, by Julia Nemirovskaya (from the University of Oregon), at 7:00 p.m. Recommended reading before the … Continue reading
St John the Wonder Worker Parish in Eugene, Oregon celebrates Theophany “Our Theophany service was on Wednesday morning, January 19th, at 7 a.m. After Matins and Liturgy, we had a blessed and hearty group go down to the edge … Continue reading
The above photos are courtesy of the Holy New Martyrs of Russia Church in Mulino, Oregon. A beautiful Russian style log built Church nestled in the trees not far from Portland. It is the first parish dedicated to the Russian … Continue reading
His Grace, Archbishop Kyrill will visit St Seraphim’s in Boise the 15th and 16th of January. Vigil Sat at 5pm and Divine Liturgy and greeting of Bishop Sunday the 16th at 09:30. (sorry about the short notice I just … Continue reading
FYI for all those who use Byzantine tones, there is a Sacred Music Conference in Santa Barbara. Please click on links for more info. ( while not a NW event it is something that can be useful to many in … Continue reading
Another Malanka party, doesn’t it make you wish you lived in BC? This one is hosted by St Mary’s Ukrainian Parish in Surrey, BC. They also feature a last Friday night of the month Perogie dinner and frozen Ukrainian delectables (Borsch, … Continue reading
This Post is a sticky due to its importance there are plenty of new posts below! Two Northwest Parishes St Spiridon’s and St Catherine’s have teamed up to host children from the affected Chernobyl region for a respite in the … Continue reading
Is it true there are only 2 kinds of people in the world Ukrainians and those who want to be? It is when the music starts. Info courtesy of the Ukrainian American Club of Washington.
Go tell it on the mountain! Jesus Christ is Born! Nativity Eve last year while camping in a Yurt just before services at St Innocent Rogue River, Oregon.
St. Nicholas Cathedral in Seattle Marks it’s 75th Anniversary / Свято-Николаевский собор в Сиэтле отметил свое 75-летие
Photos courtesy of Mr. Sergei Kalfov and the Western Diocese of Rocor. http://www.wadiocese.com Per diocesan website: St. Nicholas Cathedral in Seattle Marks it’s 75th Anniversary [December 21, 2010] The St. Nicholas Cathedral parish in Seattle was founded in 1932. … Continue reading