Welcome! We are a parish of the Diocese of the South of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), under his beatitude, Tikhon, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada, Locum Tenens of the Diocese of the South. We are the first OCA parish in Kentucky. We are located in the heart of the bluegrass region just outside Lexington.

2015 Holy Week & Pascha

Bulletin March 29, 2015

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 All are invited to come and share our first Holy Week and Pascha in our new location.

The following link will give you the times and a description of each special service from Lazarus Saturday, April 4 through Bright Week, April 18.

2015 Holy Week & Pascha Service Schedule

Archive of Featured News Entries

Readings and Saints for Saturday, March 28th, 2015

Saints for TodayTodays Readings

Recently featured on our Facebook Page

  • Akathist to the Theotokos tonight at 6:30pm. Announcing the coming not only of Christ as babe, but also Christ as Sacrifice and Victor!
  • So much happening in the next couple of days:
    Fri. 8am Matins (no Confessions)
    Fri. 11am Presanctified Liturgy
    Fri. 6:30pm Akathist to the Theotokos
    Sat. 10am-12pm Parish Cleaning (see list below)
    Sat. 6:15pm Litya for Departed
    Sat. 6:30pm Great Vespers
    Sat. 7:15pm Buhler Baptism (followed by Confessions)


    Deep Cleaning of Church Interior
    www.signupgenius.com
    The St. Elizabeth Sisterhood, under the coordination of Mary Bradshaw, is sponsoring a cleaning day on Saturday, March 28 to prepare the church for Pascha. The primary focus will be on the nave, but if time permits, there are tasks identified for the narthex and parish hall/kitchen. Mary will b…
  • Memorial Saturday Sermon from Fr. Stephen Freeman's Retreat two weekends ago.


    Fr Stephen Freeman Sermon for Memorial Saturday 2015

    In this sermon, Fr. Stephen greets the faithful for St. Athanasius gathered in retreat. He explores death in our culture. Ultimately, he invites us to answer...

  • Church Bids Farewell to Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko | St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
    www.svots.edu
    On Monday morning, March 23, 2015, nearly 350 Orthodox Christian clergy and laity—from all corners of North America—gathered together to lay to rest Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko, at The Monastery of Transfiguration, Ellwood City, PA. His Beatitude The Most Blessed Tikhon, archbishop of Washington and…
  • Lord, have mercy on our fellow believers, the ancient Christians of the Middle East!


    Iraq's Christians persecuted by ISIS
    www.cbsnews.com
    More than 125,000 of Iraq's Christians have been forced to flee the homeland they have lived in for nearly 2,000 years because of ISIS violence and threats