Theotokos of the Life-Giving Spring

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Lenten services (March 26, 2021)

We have resumed Vespers on Saturdays, and are holding a Small Compline with the Akathist to the Theotokos on every Friday in Lent at 7pm. Due to Covid-19, each family will be assigned a week on which they may attend. Presanctified liturgies will be held on several occasions throughout Lent at 8am, and attendance at those services will be by appointment (as those on Sunday are) to increase the opportunities of parishioners to be able to attend services and receive the Holy Mysteries. Please feel free to inquire if you have any specific questions about any of this.

May your Lent be joyful, loving, kind, and spiritually profitable!

Covid-19 Update (November 23, 2020)

From Fr. Cassian:

The church is open but at a reduced capacity due to Covid-19. Visitors are encouraged to notify the parish in advance of first attendance. Chanters and readers are on a rotation schedule.

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Luther Unit Liturgy and other news (May 20, 2016)

As many of you know, on the third Saturday of every month, we go to the Luther Unit near Navasota to perform a liturgy and minister to the inmates there. This Saturday is no exception, and because of that, and because the Kursk-Root icon will be at St. Jonah Russian Orthodox Church in Spring, there will be no Vespers on Saturday evening. Those of you who did not get to see the icon or wish to make another visit, please plan to do so.

Kursk-Root Icon visit (May 3, 2016)

With the blessing of His Eminence, Metropolitan Hilaron, the Kursk-Root Wonder-working icon of the Mother of God of the Sign (Znamenie) is visiting the Diocese of Chicago and Mid-America. The icon will visit our parish on Wednesday, May 18th.

A molieben (a small, petitionary prayer service) will be served at 7pm, followed by small compline with an akathist to the Mother of God at 8pm. Let us prepare ourselves for this visitation of the Mother of God in her icon, that we may be able to receive the grace she mercifully brings wherever she goes.

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Last updated Mar 19, 2020 by Megan Kossa