Divine Liturgies is celebrated each Sunday:

In Ukrainian - English languages at 9:30a.m.

Vespers and prayer services are also celebrated.

After each Sunday's Divine Liturgy, a FELLOWSHIP gathering takes place in the parish meeting hall.

Visitors and parish members are invited to partake in Coffee & Sweets and to visit with friends and neighbors.

The parish has undertaken the task of supplying FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY by collecting and distributing non-perishable food items to various organizations.

Divine Liturgy and Services

Our "Pastoral Guide of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in the United States of America " states that The clergy and the faithful are bound to observe these holidays:

  1. All Sundays of the year
  2. The Nativity of Our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ (December 25)
  3. Theophany of Our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ (January 6)
  4. Ascension of Our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ (40th day of Pascha)
  5. Annunciation of the Mother of God (March 25)
  6. Dormition Of The Mother Of God (August 15)
  7. The Prime Apostles Peter and Paul (June 29)

During the Divine Liturgy we cannot allow more than 75 people inside the church participating in the services. Starting May 20, 2020
The Protocol for social distancing must be observed if you are planning to attend any religious service in our parish. Limit close contact with others as much as possible (about 6 feet).
To minimize the risk of contracting a respiratory viral or bacterial disease:
• If you feel sick, please, do not come to church.
• If you have been in contact with anyone who has a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19, please, do not come to church.
• Please avoid handshakes and hugs.
• When you are venerating the icon or the cross on the tetrapod please do not kiss or place your face near them.
• If you need to sneeze or cough in church, please use a handkerchief or other appropriate method that would not put your pastor or fellow parishioners at risk.
• If possible, use hand sanitizer and wash your hands. • When receiving Holy Communion in church, please, open your mouth as widely as possible and do not touch the spoon with your lips.


Sunday, November 29

“26th Sunday after Pentecost”
Epistle: Ephesians 5:9-19  Gospel: Luke 13:10-17
8:50 a.m. The Third Hour
9:30a.m. God’s blessings & good health for all parishioners and friends
God’s blessings & good health for Molly Ryan Carson; from Mary (Korolyshyn) McGowne

Monday, November 30

“The Holy and All-Praiseworthy Apostle Andrew the First-Called”
Epistle: 1 Corinthians 4:9-16. Gospel: John 1:35-51.

Tuesday, December 1

“The Holy Prophet Nahum” 
Epistle: 1 Timothy 5:11-21 Gospel: Luke 19:45-48

Wednesday, December 2

“The Holy Prophet Habakkuk” 
Epistle: 1 Timothy 5:22-6:11 Gospel: Luke 20:1-8

Thursday, December 3

“The Holy Prophet Zephaniah” 
Epistle: 1 Timothy 6:17-21 Gospel: Luke 20:9-18

Friday, December 4

“The Great-Martyr Barbara”  
Epistle: 2 Timothy 1:1, 2, 8-18  Gospel: Luke 20:19-26
6:00 p.m. In loving memory of +Tamara Burda from Martindale family

Saturday, December 5

“Our Venerable and God-bearing Father Sabbas the Sanctified”
Epistle: Galatians 5:22-6:2.  Gospel: Mathew 11:27-30.

Sunday, December 6

“27th Sunday after Pentecost
“Our Holy Father Nicholas the Wonderworker” 
Epistle: Ephesians 6:10-17 Gospel: Luke 17:12-19
8:50 a.m. The Third Hour
9:30a.m. God’s blessings & good health for all parishioners and Fr Hugo
from Daria and Jack Spiak
In loving memory of +Michael Korolyshyn from his daughters and granddaughters.