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We are an Orthodox Christian community of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, under the care of Bishop Thomas of Charleston, Oakland, and the Mid-Atlantic.

Our community at St. Anthony's extends a heartfelt invitation to all Orthodox Christians and to all interested visitors to join us in worship and fellowship. (For driving directions, click here!)

God bless you and direct your steps!

 

Fr. Bogdan (Bucur), parish priest

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We invite you to read our weekly bulletin, where you will find short reflections on the Scripture readings assigned to each Sunday, news from the parish community, and more.

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HOLY WEEK AND PASCHA

Monday, 4/14, 6:30pm:            Bridegroom Service
Tuesday, 4/15, 6:30pm:           Bridegroom Service
Wednesday, 4/16, 6:30pm:      Service of Holy Unction. His Grace Bishop Thomas will be with us.
Thursday, 4/17, 6:30pm:          Bridegroom Service (The Twelve Passion Gospels)
Friday, 4/18                            Preparation of the bier (3pm); Vespers of Unnailing (4pm); Service of the Lamentations (6:30pm)
                                             [we will eat together in between the services]

Saturday, 4/19, 9:30 am        Pre-paschal Liturgy of St Basil  (at St Andrew's, OCA)
Saturday, 4/19 11:00pm         Ceremony of Light, Matins, Divine Liturgy.
                                             Blessing of baskets, potluck meal

Come, worship with us!

Our regular weekly services are as follows:

Saturdays: Vespers, 6:30 pm
Sundays: Matins, 9:15 am; Divine Liturgy, 10:00 am

For feasts that fall on a weekday, we usually meet at 7pm on the eve of the feast to celebrate Vesperal Liturgy.

NEWS and UPCOMING EVENTS

His Eminence Metropolitan Philip has reposed in the Lord. Please remember our Father and Metropolitan in your prayers as a successor to the Apostles who did much for Orthodoxy in America, and whose decades of energetic and dedicated service to his flock have left a lot of good behind. We pray that "all those things which have proceeded from the weakness of his mortal nature be consigned to oblivion, and be remitted unto him," and that God receive him in blessed repose, in a place of brightness and joy! 


 Baptism of Miruna Bucur (2 Feb 2014): video here.

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