Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 10 AM


Friday, January 20, 2017

Sanctity of life - Ashanin Memorial Lecture


As an activity of the Sanctity of Life Weekend. Fr. Josiah Trenham will be delivering a lecture at St. George Orthodox Church in Fishers, IN, a homily during Divine Liturgy at Joy of All Who Sorrow Orthodox Church and a peach at a Memorial Service for the Unborn at War Memorial in Indianapolis, IN.



What: Divine Liturgy, Free Luncheon, Lecture (1pm)
When: 10 AM, January 21, 2017
Where: St. George Orthodox Church in Fishers, IN
10748 E. 116th St., Fishers, IN 46037-9714
(317) 845-7755
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Bring baby clothes sizes newborn to 1 y.o. to be donated to Birthline Ministry.
Thursday, January 5, 2017

Theophany

Theophany - the great feast of the Orthodox Church:

Theophany (from Greek theophania (Θεοφάνια), meaning "appearance of God") is one of the Great Feasts of the Orthodox Church, celebrated on January 6. It is the feast which reveals the Most Holy Trinity to the world through the Baptism of the Lord (Mt.3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-22).


When the Forerunner saw Him Who is our Illumination, Who doth illuminate every man, coming, to be baptized, his soul rejoiced, and his hand trembled. Then, pointing to Him he said to the people, Behold the Rescuer of Israel, Who delivereth us from corruption. Wherefore, O Christ our God, Who art sinless, glory to Thee.
Monday, January 2, 2017

Behold a new and wondrous Mystery!

The Nativity Sermon of St. John Chrysostom

Icon of the Nativity of Christ.
Icon of the Nativity of Christ.


BEHOLD a new and wondrous mystery.

My ears resound to the Shepherd’s song, piping no soft melody, but chanting full forth a heavenly hymn. The Angels sing. The Archangels blend their voice in harmony. The Cherubim hymn their joyful praise. The Seraphim exalt His glory. All join to praise this holy feast, beholding the Godhead here on earth, and man in heaven. He Who is above, now for our redemption dwells here below; and he that was lowly is by divine mercy raised.
Monday, November 7, 2016

A Saint speaks to Europe from Dachau

From 15 September 1944 to 8 May 1945, the great Serbian Orthodox theologian and contemporary Church Father, Bishop Nicholas (Velimirovich) of Zhicha, was imprisoned by the Nazis in the notorious concentration camp of Dachau. There he kept a diary of seventy-six chapters, ‘Through a Prison Window’, in which he addressed himself to the Serbian people.

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