Tagged: Christianity

Pascha to Pentecost to Apostles’ Fast

With the celebration of the Feast of our Lord’s Ascension on June 2, the season of Pascha draws to a close. The days of Pentecost are drawing near. (You can see photos from throughout...

The Lenten Spring Has Come!

“The Lenten Spring has come, the time for repentance!” The Lenten Season is truly one of the most beloved seasons of the year for Orthodox believers, as we refocus ourselves on the Lord. We invite...

20th Anniversary Retrospective

On the weekend of January 28-30, the parish family of St. Athanasius gave thanks to God for 20 years of spiritual life as a parish of the Orthodox Church in America. Leading our celebrations...

Celebrate the Birth of Christ With Us!

We stand on the brink of the Great Feast of our Lord’s Nativity in the Flesh, then the 12 days following Christmas (including New Year-Circumcision,) and then the Great Feast of our Lord’s Theophany, observed...

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...

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...

Taste & See that the Lord is Good!

Our Journey to Pascha 2019 We are now deep into Great Lent, the ancient 40-day season specially appointed for renewed spiritual focus in anticipation of Holy Week and Pascha (Easter.) During the Lenten season...