Parents must arrange a personal meeting with our Parish Priest to make arrangements.
Godparents must be practicing Orthodox Christians.
Baptizing a child in the Orthodox faith presupposes that the child will be raised as an Orthodox Christian.
Communion is available at every Divine Liturgy providing the Orthodox communicant has properly prepared.
Please join us in the Parish Hall for a light lunch and Christian fellowship, following each Sunday Divine Liturgy,
Memorial Service (Панахидa)
When you wish a Memorial Service to be served for the repose of departed family member or friend, please speak with our Parish Priest a few days before Sunday or before the Liturgy.
Ukrainians also commemorate the lives of their ancestors on the days following Easter.
This Provody rememberence service is held at the cemetery between Christ's Resurrection and his Ascension.
Our Parish Priest offers lessons in Orthodoxy via video conferencing most Wednesday evenings beginning at 8 pm
Classes are free and do not require registration.
No software additional software is necessary if connecting via a computer.
If you are connecting via a mobile device, in that case, Google Meet is the app you require.
It's easiest to join the video meet by clicking the "Join with Google Meet" button in the Calendar Event listing.
The available dates are shown in the Calendar.
If you are uncertain about how to do this, or have technical questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help.
Prayers for Health and for Repose
At any time you can request our Parish Priest to say prayers for the health of family members and friends and/or for the repose of the departed.
Please write their first names on the specially provided lists found at the entrance to the church, next to the candle stand, and pass along the list(s) to one of the Altar servers before the Liturgy or place the list(s) in the basket beside the icon on the Tetrapod (centre table) in front of the Altar.