Every Sunday, we continue our fellowship in Christ and with each other by having lunch together in the parish hall (lower level). This Sunday, we have our monthly special church school class for elementary school-age kids in the middle-level living room.
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The Divine Liturgy His Eminence, the Most Reverend Benjamin, Archbishop of San Francisco and the West, will preside at the festal divine liturgy, kneeling prayers, and festal procession. Fellowship Meal Pentecost is our annual parish feast day. Please join us for a festal meal as we continue in fellowship. Parking Street parking is free on Sundays. On most Sundays, parking is available at a nearby school. Please email email@example.com for details or contact us.
Annual parish feast day of Holy Trinity Cathedral. On Saturday, May 26, the Festal Vigil will be served at 6:00 PM (followed by a reception). On Sunday, May 27, we will celebrate the Divine Liturgy, Vespers of Pentecost, and festal procession beginning at 9:30 AM.
At this Memorial Divine Liturgy, we will prayerfully remember the founders, clergy, and faithful who served in our holy temple since its pre-history to the present time.
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Every Sunday, we continue our fellowship in Christ and with each other by having lunch together in the parish hall (lower level). The last Sunday of the month we bring something to share for a potluck. This Sunday, we have our monthly special church school class for middle school and high school-age kids in Father’s office after the meal. This Sunday, our parish council holds its monthly meeting in the middle-level living room after the meal.
The Divine Liturgy The normal Sunday morning service is called the Divine Liturgy. With sermon, it lasts about an hour and forty-five minutes. It includes: Responsive prayers called litanies. Praise, usually Psalms 103 and 147 and the Beatitudes (St. Matthew 5: 3-12) Procession with the Gospel Book Hymns of the day, on Sundays especially of the Resurrection, and the hymn Holy God. Epistle and Gospel readings and sermon The Great Entrance, a solemn procession carrying the Gifts of bread and…
Ascension of our Lord.
Jesus did not live with His disciples after His resurrection as He had before His death. Filled with the glory of His divinity, He appeared at different times and places to His people, assuring them that it was He, truly alive in His risen and glorified body. To them He presented Himself alive after His passion by many proofs, appearing to them during forty days, and speaking of the Kingdom of God (Acts 1.3). On the fortieth day after His passover,…
Ascension of Our Lord
Leavetaking of Pascha