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Third Sunday of the Great Lent: Adoration of Cross. Tone six. Great Lent. Food with Oil The 42 Martyrs of Ammoria in Phrygia, including: Constantine, Aetius, Theophilus, Theodore, Melissenus, Callistus, Basoes, and others (845). Venerable Job (Joshua in Schema) of Solovki … Continue reading
Week of the Last Judgment. Tone two. Maslenitsa. Meat is excluded St. Alexis, metropolitan of Moscow and miracleworker of all Russia (1378). The Washington Orthodox Clergy Association (WOCA) All Services Begin at 5:00 PM March 5th (Sunday of Orthodoxy) St. Demetrios … Continue reading
St Innocent’s Orthodox Church a “new mission parish” in Silverdale, Washington (fb)is having a Blini Sunday! Also check out their webpage.
Great-martyr Marina (Margaret) of Antioch in Pisidia (4th c.) ““By Divine Providence, the diaspora emerged in order that the light of Orthodoxy would shine throughout the world.” — St John of Shanghai and San Francisco Sixty years ago, Saint John … Continue reading
Joyous Pentecost to All! Deacon Silouan was ordained to the Priesthood at St Silouan Orthodox Church in Walla Walla, Washington by Abp. Kyrill on Sunday June 1, 2014 / May 19, 2014 Seventh Sunday of Pascha: The Fathers of the First Ecumenical … Continue reading
A Joyous Lent to All Eve of the Sunday of Orthodoxy! The Washington Orthodox Clergy Association (WOCA) presents Sunday Vespers on Sunday evenings during Lent at 5:00 p.m. Each year during Great Lent WOCA clergy and faithful gather at special … Continue reading
Forgiveness Cheesefare Sunday 2013 St Silouan Orthodox Church in Walla Walla, Washington was featured in a brief overview video by a student at Whitman College. Commentary is provided by the parish Deacon Fr Silouan.
Seattle Churches are having Sunday Vespers with guest speakers for Lent:
Feast of St John of Shanghai & San Francisco A Joyous Feast to all and glad tidings: The newest formed mission in the NW has been Blessed by Archbishop Kyrill to be named after St John of Shanghai and San … Continue reading