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Welcome

 

St. Simeon Orthodox Church welcomes everyone to our special community. For those who are of the Orthodox Christian Faith, we are a parish of the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America under....

 

 

Sunday School

 

A major emphasis of St. Simeon Church is on the spiritual formation of our youth.  Our Sunday School program is designed for children from nursery school age to young adults.

Inquirers

 

Want to know more about the Orthodox faith?  Catechism and Inquirers Class by appointment. Please contact Fr. George Ajalat to make an appointment at gajalat@gmail.com.

The Holy Mysteries

"Let a man so consider us, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. (1Co 4:1 NKJ)

 

 

 

REGULAR SCHEDULE
Tuesday 
Morning Prayers & Latte and Life, 8:30 a.m.
                                                    
Saturday
Great Vespers, 5:30 p.m.
Sunday
Orthros, 8:30 a.m.
Divine Liturgy, 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School, 10:45 a.m.
 
Youth Event:
Next Event: TBD    
 
Orthodox Book Club:
2nd Saturday of each month
 
Catechism for Inquirers
1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month 4:00 p.m.  Open to all.

COME AND LEARN OVER A LATTE WITH FR. GEORGE!

"THE FAITH - AN ORTHODOX CATECHISM":
This is a teaching series meant for inquirers, catechumens, and anyone who wishes to
deepen their knowledge of our Christian Faith
    1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 4:00 P.M.

Sunday January 26 immediately after Divine Liturgy

DIVINE LITURGY THREE HIERARCHS THURSDAY JAN. 30

METROPOLITAN JOSEPH TO CELEBRATE HIERARCHICAL LITURGY AT ST. SIMEON FEB. 2 FOR THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST AND ORDINATION OF SUBDEACON STEVE TO THE HOLY DIACONATE 

HOLY BREAD BAKING SCHEDULE

1/12/20  1/19/20

1/26/20

2/2/20

2/9/29

2/16/20

2/23/20

3/1/20

Mark Nassief

Mark Nassief

Rob & Laurie Smith

Tammy Saatzer

Marlene Beyrooty

Ramona Blanski

Mark Nassief

Jess & Tracy Kuncar

 

3/8/20

3/15/20

3/22/20

3/29/20

4/5/20

4/12/20

4/19/20

4/26/20

 

Rena Ajalat

Ramona Blanski

Tammy Saatzer

Marlene Beyrooty

Rob & Laurie Smith

Ramona Blanski

Jess & Tracy Kuncar

COFFEE HOUR SCHEDULE

1/12/20

1/19/20

1/26/20

2/2/20

2/9/29

2/16/20

2/23/20

3/1/20

Guilied Malouf

Madeline Heffelfinger

Ramona Blanski

PARISH LUNCHEON

Mariella Thompson

Ajalats/Abrahams

Kati Sarbu

3/8/20

3/15/20

3/22/20

3/29/20

4/5/20

4/12/20

4/19/20

4/26/20

Zeina Nameh

Kristy Maloof

Ramona Blanski

Karen Haddy

Rena Ajalat

PASCHA BREAKFAST

CHURCH CLOSING SCHEDULE

1/12/20

1/19/20

1/26/20

2/2/20

Andy & Jeff

John & Larry

Magdy & Mark

Raluca & Rob

Do you need an icon or new car blessed? See Fr. George.

1 26 20  THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

“set the believers an example in speech and conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.”

     In the Epistle of this week the blessed St. Paul is telling us how we are to live as Christians. Our Faith is intimately tied to our actions. That is if we love our Lord Jesus, we will want to please him with all of our hearts and by what is in our hearts.  And just as our Lord gave us an example to follow, we must also give others an example. We are the presence of Christ in this world. Christ wishes to save all men, therefore the way we live our lives should point out this way to all whom we meet.  This way is the way of love, faith, and purity. 

     The way of love must exist in our families and also, as important, in our congregations.  Our Lord told us clearly "By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another." (Joh 13:35 NKJ) This means that everything in our churches must be guided first by this principle.  We should strive to make our church services beautiful.  However, beauty does not base itself simply on knowing the music or perfect liturgics or our church architecture.  Beauty is a reflection of our love for our Lord and therefore our love for each other.  If our prayers come from this source then the music and the liturgics and the church building will be beautiful. Let us dissolve all rancor and all judgement in our congregations with love and forgiveness.  Let us be patient with one another.  As our churches are fragrant with incense, let us strive to fill the atmosphere that we breathe in our churches with love.

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