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September: A New Church Year!

In the Orthodox Church, we measure time lots of different ways. Yes, it 2021 (of course.) But we also remember that–with the coming of September 1st–we entered the Year 7350 in the old Byzantine...

Late Summer & “Dormition Season” 2021

The first half of August in the Orthodox Church (Aug. 1-14) is set aside as a special season of fasting and reflection. The two-week Dormition Fast precedes the Great Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos, which...

Summertime 2021 in the Parish

This past month, our parish family enjoyed one of the richest and most active months in our history: June 2021! Now we look forward to a calmer July during which we hope to welcome...

Parish Life Heading into Pentecost

The parish family of St. Athanasius Orthodox Church welcomes you to our church! We are so grateful that, from June 11th on, we are able to welcome everyone without any Covid restrictions whatsoever. Here...

Christ is Risen! A Glimpse At Pascha 2021

In a manner like unto our Lord’s Resurrection, in 2021 we have seen our parish life fully renewed! Our parish family is grateful to God for a complete and healthy celebration of Great Lent,...

Witnessing Christ’s Passion & Resurrection

For Orthodox Chrisitans, there is no time like Holy Week and the “Feast of Feasts,” Pascha. With deep gratitude to God, our St. Athanasius parish family is excited to be fully open and nearly “normal” in...

Experience Holy Week & Pascha!

For Orthodox Chrisitans, there is no time like Holy Week and the “Feast of Feasts,” Pascha. If you have never experienced these holy days, we invite you to watch our 7-part series on Holy Week...

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...