St. Mary’s Holy Assumption Orthodox Church would like to invite you to celebrate Maslenitsa with us on
Saturday March 2d from 5-8PM (take out only)
Sunday March 3d from 12-2PM (eat-in or take out).
Maslenitsa is a folk holiday, celebrated the last week before Great Lent. We invite you to join us for a traditional meal which will include blini, pancakes, crepes and more. You can eat with us and or pre-order and take home these delicious authentic foods. All proceeds go towards helping benefit our church. During this weekend we would also like to offer you a tour of our beautiful chapel with the new iconostasis in Byzantine style and share with you the services we will hold for Great Lent and Easter.
Borsch / Борщ - $4
Famous Eastern European Beet and Cabbage soup (V)
Pirogi / Вареники $3
3 dumplings with cheese and potato filling, onion side and sour cream (V)
Satchivi / Сациви $8
Delicious Georgian dish - chicken in walnut sauce with rice on a side
Khachapuri / Хачапури $2
Georgian cheese pastry (V)
Blini / Блины $5
3 wheat crepes with sour cream and orange jam (V)
Cheese Blintz / Блинчик с творогом или мясом $2.5
Wheat crepe with farmers cheese (V) OR beef
Nut roll / Ореховый рулет $10
Walnut and cinnamon filling (V)
Russian pie/Пирожок $2
Russian pastry with cabbage and eggs OR with apple and cinnamon (V)
2 Potato pancakes / 2 Дранника (V) $4
To pre-order please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or speak with any council members after Sunday service. Orders through 2/24/2019 receive 5% discount.
Christ is Born! Glorify Him!
Христос Раждается! Славите Его!
Schedule of Services
Mon., Dec. 24 at 5 PM Christmas Eve, Nativity Eve Vigil Services followed by the Holy Supper. Traditional Lenten food will be served
Tue., Dec. 25, 10 AM Divine Liturgy, Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ followed by special brunch and Christmas sing along concert
Come, join us celebrating Christmas with us. Sing along with our church choir. Program includes traditional Christmas hymns, spirituals, and carols from all over the world along with modern festive songs.
Saturday, Apr 7
9 AM - Holy Saturday, Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great
11:30 PM - Nocturne service followed by Easter procession, Great Canon, and Easter Matins
Sunday, Apr 8
10 AM- Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, Divine Liturgy
Monday, Apr 9
10 AM - Bright Monday, Divine Liturgy
The blessing of Food Baskets will be held on Saturday, Apr. 7 at 3PM, 6PM, after 11:30 Services and after Divine Liturgy on Pascha. Please be on time to the blessing you choose.
After raising His friend Lazarus from the dead the day before, Jesus entered Jerusalem triumphantly and symbolically. His message was clear -no grave can hold anyone who accepts the Savior in their heart. All who believe can have the gift of everlasting life. People honored and praised Jesus by laying palm branches in his path. The fresh living palms themselves being the symbol of life Christ bestows upon all. On this day, we receive and worship Christ in this same manner, acknowledging Him as our King and Lord. We hold the pussywillows and palms in our hands during the Divine Liturgy when the Church celebrates both the presence and the coming of the Lord in the mystery of the Eucharist.
Church counsel is hosting Palm Sunday Dinner on Sunday, April 1, after the Devine Liturgy.
Join us celebrating the great Feast of Jesus’ Entry into Jerusalem.After Divine Liturgy, we will have a dinner to celebrate this great Feast. The menu includes Lenten festive dishes: borcht, baked salmon, salads, side dishes, desert, tee, coffee, and vine.
Bring families and friends, support your church!
PERFORMED ON CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE CHURCH HALL - 12/25/16
Many thanks to our chior director, Irina Lvovskaya, who found the bueatifull pieces of music of multiple cultures and lunguages, designed the program, brough together so many talanted people, organized them, and lead the chior!
Bishop Nikon was nominated as Bishop of Boston at the Albanian Archdiocesan Assembly at on October 10, 2003 and the Holy Synod elected him Bishop of Boston on October 22, 2003. He served as administrator of the Diocese of New England and was elected ruling bishop during the fall session of the Holy Synod in October 2005. He was installed with a new title as Bishop of Boston, New England and the Albanian Archdiocese by His Beatitude Herman at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Boston on December 16 and 17 2005. See more info here
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