Dear brothers and sisters!
We inform you the schedule of services for the January in our Holy Trinity Orthodox church in Mebane.
The schedule may undergo changes, which, in the case of these, will be reported further.
*At the invitation of Maria Khristova and according to established tradition, on January 1, Wednesday, in the chapel of St. Seraphim of Sarov, which is located on the territory of her home site, a prayer service will be performed to St. Seraphim.
Address: 3645 May Apple Court, Wake Forest, NC 27587;
FESTIVE SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 6 TO 7 (MONDAY TO TUESDAY) - BEGINNING ON JANUARY 6, ON MONDAY, at 10.30 PM.
- at 5:30 p.m. funeral service
- at 6.00 p.m. evening service;
According to the established tradition, after the end of the divine Liturgy, we all go to Crabtree Lake, where the rite of blessing of the water will be performed and those who wish can make dives into the lake. At the end there will also be a picnic;
Joint Service and Picnic of NC and SC churches
October 14. Intercession of the Theotokos.
The Holy Trinity Church community congratulates our parisher Naum Korzhavin, who turned 92 today.
Sunday, August 20 Metropolitan Hilarion, the First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia visited the Holy Trinity Church in Mebane, NC. At the Divine Liturgy hegumen Gabriel, archpriest Alexander Logunov, rector of the Derjavnaya Mother of God church in Charlotte, NC, Alexander Stepanenko (priest of the same church), protodeacon Dionisus Lvov (priest of Cathedral of Our Lady of the Sign in New York accompanying metropolitan), deacon John Makarov (Derjavnaya Mother of God church in Charlotte, NC) and archpriest Sergiy Orzhakhovsky (rector of church of Resurrection of Christ in Voskresenskoe, Leningrad area, Russia), he is the U.S.A with pilgrimage visit.
After the Liturgy His Eminence Hilarion provided comforting sermon about one of the most important christian virtues: necessity and ability to forgive, starting with the Lord’s Prayer “…and forgive us our debts…”, and relating it with the Gospel Parable of the Two Debtors reminded us about need to forgive, so we will be forgiven.
The service was accompanied by euharmonic singing of the church choir lead by the cantor Andrey Semyanko.
After the service, while the trapeza was prepared His Eminence had fatherly conversations with perishers, answering their questions, comforting then with honest participation. The conversation continued during the trapeza.
This visit of His Eminence, as well as all previous ones has been great comfort for parish members and guests of our church.
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