Light a Candle… Say a Prayer at St. George
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“It is impossible to imagine an Orthodox church in which candles are not lit.” (Blessed Simeon of Thessalonica, 15th Century)
“I am the light of the world; he who follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” (John 8:12)
We know that at this time it can be difficult to pray from home and not physically be in the church. One of the first things most people do upon entering an Orthodox Church is to light their candle and offer prayers for one’s personal needs or that of a family member or friend, we also light candles to pray for protection and safety so that we may live this life without fear.
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Fathers of the 1st Council
Hermias the Martyr at Comana
Eusebius and Haralambos the Monk-martyrs
Eustathios, Patriarch of Constantinople
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Church Sunday Bulletin of May 31st
Dear Parishioners of Saint George,
We pray you are safe and well.
Please find this Sunday’s bulletin. We continue to pray that soon we may come together and worship together. Please continue to join us via Facebook or Youtube and light your candles online.
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Wishing all of you a beautiful weekend.
With love in the Risen Lord,
The Church Office
May 1, 2020
Dear Parishioners, Christ is Risen!
As you know, our state shelter order is still in place.
But please hear this, the liturgical life has not been, is not and will not be canceled.
It just looks different, as you have been witnessing for the past few weeks.
Honestly, this is not the 2020 we had in mind. Navigating what church looks like during a pandemic has been a challenge, but we find hope in seeking our faithful God and knowing that nothing can cancel the Church.
Our community, all the people of God around the world included, is not canceled. We shall just worship differently from where we are until we can be back together again. And we will be back together again.
I know you are facing disappointment, grief, and other difficulties in this season too, but we are all in this together and we are here for you.
Here is how:
• If you have financial, physical, or other needs right now, please to let us know.
• We have not stopped praying for you. Please update us on any prayer requests you may have.
• As I promised from the beginning, I shall continue to inform you with the latest news about how the Church and our Parish are “meeting” and serving during this time.
What we shall not do:
• Meet in-person. All of our in-person events, groups, and other gatherings are on pause as we practice loving our neighbor through staying at home as much as possible.
• Panic. God is still on the throne and in control. As hard as it is to rest right now, we can choose to remember this and rest in Him.
• Waste this season. All of us have a huge opportunity to connect with people online and serve our community right now. Let us leverage this.
What we shall do:
• Stay connected. Isolation is not good for anyone and we are making sure that having to be physically distanced does not mean we are completely disconnected. Check out our online service details. In the near future, I plan to begin virtual small group gatherings, as well.
• Love our neighbors. There are needs inside and outside of our parish that we can work together to help meet. Even if you are not in a position to donate financially, a kind word through the phone, volunteering in local relief efforts, or spreading a hope-filled message on social media can really help. I would also like call your attention to the mask-making project that our Philoptochos chapter has undertaken.
• Remember our Hope. Our shared faith in Jesus Christ is what brought us together and will help us stick together. We should lean on and remind each other of God’s promises when we’re feeling weary.
Our church leadership is praying continuously and trusting God. We encourage you to do the same. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns.
Praying for each of you, I remain
+Archim. Nektarios Cottros
To all our Sunday School families. Our Sunday School teachers are offering a ZOOM class for all the students. If you have not received the information needed to join in, please contact our director Paul Stevens at email@example.com or contact the church office for further assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay safe and be well!!