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Orthodox Church in America, Diocese of New England
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  • 25

    Feb

    Sunday
    9:40 Divine Liturgy (with 3rd and 6th hours)
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 27

    Feb

    Tuesday
    6:00 Vespers
    Fast
  • 4

    Mar

    Sunday
    9:40 Divine Liturgy (with 3rd and 6th hours)
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 6

    Mar

    Tuesday
    6:00 Vespers
    Fast
  • 11

    Mar

    Sunday
    9:40 Divine Liturgy (with 3rd and 6th hours)
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 13

    Mar

    Tuesday
    6:00 Vespers
    Fast
  • 18

    Mar

    Sunday
    9:40 Divine Liturgy (with 3rd and 6th hours)
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 20

    Mar

    Tuesday
    6:00 Vespers
    Fast
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Detailed Schedule of Services

 


Sundays:  9:40 am - in Brewer, Divine Liturgy (with 3rd and 6th hours)
Every liturgy includes a festal meal served after the liturgy.  All are welcome.  (In our parish the meal is pot luck)

Wednesdays: 6:00 pm - Brewer Chapel, Vespers with the 9th hour read before. Followed by a bible study and meal. 

For more information about these upcoming service, you can contact us at contact@orthodoxmaine.org or Fr. Scott at pastor@orthodoxmaine.org


 Schedule of Services:

January, February, March, Holy Week - 2018 

Sunday January 14:  St Teresa’s-Church 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow 

Wednesday January 17:  St Teresa’s-Chapel 6:00: Vespers, meal and Bible Study- 1 Philippians Chapter 1 

Sunday January 21:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow 

Wednesday January 24:  St Teresa’s-Chapel 6:00: Vespers, meal  and Bible Study- Philippians Chapter 2 

Sunday January 28:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow 

Wednesday January 31:  St Teresa’s-Chapel 6:00: Vespers, meal  and Bible Study- 1 Philippians Chapter 3 

Sunday February 4  PRODIGAL SON:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow 

Wednesday February 7 :  NO SERVICES 

Sunday February 11 MEATFARE / Last Judgment :  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow

 Wednesday February 14:  St Teresa’s-Chapel 6:00: Vespers, meal  and Bible Study- Philippians Chapter 4

 Sunday February 18: St Teresa’s -ChurchForgiveness Sunday Hours 9:30, Divine Liturgy 10:00 followed by Forgiveness Vespers and then Meal and Patristic Reading to follow.  Please come to this very important service wherein we ask forgiveness from all of our brothers and Sisters as we start the Great Fast!

 Monday, February 19: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Great  Canon of St Andrew

 Wednesday, February 21: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Great Canon of St Andrew

 Sunday, February 25 Sunday of Orthodoxy:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with Procession, with meal and Patristic reading to follow

 Wednesday, February 28:  St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Sunday, March 4 St Gregory of Palamas:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with a meal and Patristic reading to follow.

 Wednesday, March 7:  St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Sunday, March 11 Cross: St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow

 Wednesday, March 14:  St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Sunday, March 18 St John Climacus:  St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with meal and Patristic reading to follow

 Wednesday, March 21: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00: Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Thursday, March 22: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00 pm  Great Canon of St Andrew/Life of St Amry of Egypt with a meal to follow.

  Sunday, March 25 St Mary of Egypt: St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy with a meal and Patristic reading to follow

 Wednesday, March 28: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00:  Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Sunday, April 1 PALM SUNDAY: St Teresa’s-Church; 9:30 am Hours, 10:00 am Divine Liturgy/Procession with a meal and Patristic reading to follow.

 Wednesday, April 4 HOLY WEDNESDAY: St Teresa’s-Chapel; 6:00:  Presanctified Liturgy with a meal to follow. Please refrain from eating after Lunch in preparation for Communion.

 Thursday, April 5: Holy Thursday: MORNING Service: Vespers and Liturgy of St Basil the Great at Bangor Chapel 9:30 am with a meal to follow. 

  Friday, April 6: Holy Friday—Evening Service: Matins for Holy Saturday/ Lamentations at Bangor Chapel 6:00 pm dinner to follow.

 Saturday evening April 7 (to Sunday am): PASCHAL CELEBRATION: At St Teresa’s Church. Confessions/ Prayer/Reading of the Book of Acts 8;30-11:30pm. Starting at 11:30 pm to 3:30 am  Nocturnes, Resurrection Matins, Paschal Divine Liturgy, Blessing of Paschal Food and Agape Meal. (Please be sure to confess before the service if you have not been to confession during Great Lent.) No service Sunday during the day.

 Wednesday, April 11: Bright Wednesday: Bangor Chapel: 6:00 pm Paschal Vespers, meal, and Study (TBD) 

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 CONFESSION: During the Season of Great Lent, leading up to Pascha, everyone should come to confession at least once in preparation for communion at the Paschal service.  Confessions are always available before Divine Liturgy during the Hours every Sunday, or after any of the Vespers services. According to our Church’s Hierarchs, it is a minimum requirement that we should participate willingly in the Mystery of Repentance regularly, if not weekly—but at least during each of the four major Fasting Periods (Dormition, Nativity, Great Lent, Peter, and Paul).  NOTE: You should not commune at Pascha if you have not been to confession during the last 30 days.

 

If you have any questions about any services or if you have pastoral questions or needs, please free to contact us anytime.

 

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