Schedule of Services and Events ~ Summer 2017
VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL 2017
Orthodox Vacation Church School will be held from July 10-14, at St. Vladimir's UOC in Hamilton.
A full program will be provided, including daily lessons on the Orthodox Faith, hymns, daily worship services, art workshops and crafts. Weather permitting, students will also be spending time outside.
For more information and to register, click here to visit the ASNA website.
Click here to download the school pamphlet and registration form.
Wednesday July 12
9:30 am - Divine Liturgy. Sts. Peter and Paul. The service will be held IN THE CHURCH, as part of the Vacation Church School summer camp.
The service in the Holy Protection Chapel, located in the Taras Shevchenko Home for the Aged IS CANCELLED.
Sunday July 16
10:00 am - Divine Liturgy – Tone 5. Martyr Hyacinth.
Saturday July 22
5:00 pm - Great Vespers. The service will be held in the Holy Protection Chapel, located in the Taras Shevchenko Home for the Aged.
Sunday July 23
10:00 am - Divine Liturgy – Tone 6. St. Anthony of the Kyivan-Caves Monastery.
Saturday July 29
9:30 am - English Divine Liturgy – Tone 6. Hieromartyr Athenogenes.
Sunday July 30
10:00 am - Divine Liturgy – Tone 7. Great Martyr Marina.
English Divine Liturgy - Second Sunday and Last Saturday Every Month
As a response to the realities of Missionizing in a society such as ours, and the need to bring the treasures of the Orthodox Faith to our loved ones and our friends who function outside our Ukrainian community, we have initiated a monthly English language liturgy which will be celebrated on the second Sunday and last Saturday of every month beginning November 8th, 2015.
Please welcome anticipated new faces, and make them feel the warmth of our traditional Ukrainian hospitality.
Visitors to our site may now make donations online, simply by clicking on the "Donate Now" image. The donations are collected through the website CanadaHelps.org, and are directly deposited into the parish bank account. Please take some time to check it out - and, as always, thanks for your help, and God Bless!
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