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Join Our Lenten Pilgrimage to Pascha!

Our parish family at St. Athanasius is grateful to be on the cusp of Great Lent–a special season of fasting and prayer that leads us to the sacred days of Holy Week and Pascha....

2021: “Further Up & Further In!”

Our parish family at St. Athanasius is grateful to have a celebrated a full and glorious Christmas 2020 and Theophany 2021. You can see photos from Nativity, Theophany, and other parish-life events over the...

The Ongoing Theophany Season

Though 2020 was in many ways a difficult year, our parish family is thankful for the blessings God has given us in this past year: parishioners supported each other, we baptized and chrismated more than a dozen...

Welcoming 2021 & Theophany Season

Though 2020 was in many ways a difficult year, our parish family is thankful for the blessings God has given us in this past year: parishioners supported each other, we baptized and chrismated more...

Marking Our Lord’s Nativity!

The Church is preparing to mark the Coming of God in the Flesh: the Birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. We invite you to join us for the services that lead up to and...

Preparing for Nativity with Sober Joy

The Orthodox Church is now moving deeper into the pre-Nativity season–readying ourselves for the Christmas, the birth of God in the flesh! This year, mindful of the ongoing spread of Covid-19, we approach the...

Journeying from Fall to Pre-Nativity

We are now deep into our beautiful Kentucky fall! We rejoice that our parish continues its movement back to normal life. We are grateful that: Our church is fully open for worship (welcoming visitors, too) Our...

A Crisp Autumn & Open Doors

Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year in Kentucky. We rejoice that our parish life is approaching normal, once again. The traumatic challenges of the Covid lockdown, from earlier in...

Annual Parish Meeting 2020

What? Annual Parish Meeting 2020 When? Sun., Sept. 27, 2020 (1145am-12pm) Where? At Church In-Person & Via YouTubeLive Traditionally, our Annual Parish Meeting (required  by the by-laws of our Diocese and the Statute of...

Fall 2020: So Much Happening!

With the coming of the New Church Year on September 1, it felt like we turned a page in church life. Our priest created this video to enocurage us as normal life inexorably returns: Already, we are...