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News and Notes

St. Nectarios Feast Day Celebration:  Mark your calendars!  Vesperal Divine Liturgy for the Feast Day of Our Patronal Saint will be held on Thursday, November 8, 6:00 p.m.  A fellowship supper will be served after the Divine Liturgy.

Fall General Assembly Meeting is scheduled for December 9th.

Orthodox Sunday School

New students of all ages are welcome.  

Sunday school classes have started on Sundays with Liturgy.  Two classes are being offered: one for younger and one for older children (6th grade plus).   Just come to Church - the classes start after Communion.  All are welcome! The Sunday school lessons are conducted using teaching materials obtained from the diocese.  

Christmas Childrens Program. Christmas will be here soon – and it is time to start planning and organizing a children’s Christmas program.  Our programs in recent years have been an after Liturgy activity where the Children sing a number of Christmas carols. 

Helpers: Please consider becoming one of the Sunday School team.  Contact: Jim Droppo (jgdj@aol.com, 5O9.547.8745). 

Liturgy and Typica Services

Father John Angelis is assigned to St Nectarios.  He normally serves at St Nectarios two weekends each month – at which time he conducts several days of services and activities – always including Divine Liturgy starting at 10AM on Sunday. Church School classes for the children are offered on Sundays with Divine Liturgy (starting after communion). Divine Liturgy is followed by a Fellowship Meal.  On weekends when there is not a visiting Priest, Typica (Reader) Services start at 10AM on Sunday. The service is followed by a fellowship time.  Come and participate!

Orthodox Discussion Meetings

        A series Friday evening informal meetings with Father John are planned for discussions of selected church-related topics.  The series started on October 26 with Jim & Tammy Droppo hosting the first meeting.  No meetings are scheduled for November.  Please contact Fr. John or Maria Touvannas if you would like to be the host for a future meeting.

Church Cleanup Activity

Come One Come All - men, women and children to lend a helping hand in doing the routine cleaning of our church facility.  Many hands make light work!   The date for Church clean-up activity will be November 4 after the Typica service. 

Visitations

Father John Angelis is available for daytime visits, consultations, and confessions on most Saturdays that he is at the St Nectarios Church.  To make an appointment, please call him on his cell phone (2O6.678.636O).

 

Prosphron Schedule

11/8 & 11/11 – Tammy Droppo

11/25 – Tatiana Van Dinter

Fellowship Meal Schedule

11/8 – Thanksgiving themed Pot Luck – bring a dish to share

11/11 – Mirna Bekhazi & Anne Ghan

11/25 –Nancy Manthos & Maria Touvannas

Email Distribution List: If you would like to be on our email distribution list, please send a request to tricityorthodox.aol.com.

 

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