On January 6 we celebrate the baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ. This year we baptized seven of our catechumens on the feast. Thanks be to God, and please remember the servants of God Mary, Nicodemus, Peter, Nicholas, Dymphna, Steven, and Dorothy in your prayers!
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We want to welcome two new catechumens preparing to join the Holy Orthodox Church: Steve and Dorothy. May Christ our God keep and protect them during their catechumenate.
We are pleased to announce our upcoming fall retreat with Archimandrite Sergius, Abbot of St. Tikhon’s Monastery in South Canaan, PA. The retreat will be October 21-22, 2023. Please mark this in your calendars, and RSVP to info(at)gabriel.church if you think you will be attending! The retreat is open to the public, so don’t hesitate […]
We would like to welcome and introduce you to our latest addition to the catechumenate, the servants of God Craig, Tomas, and Tammy. Please pray for them as they prepare themselves to be received into the Holy Orthodox Church. If you are interested in becoming Orthodox and joining the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church […]
We want to welcome our latest catechumen, Rose! She will join the growing number of people preparing themselves to be received into the Holy Orthodox Church. If you are interested in becoming Orthodox, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
Please join us in welcoming our latest catechumen, Zach. Zach is one of many who have spent some time inquiring and investigating the Orthodox Christian faith and is now beginning his preparation to be received into the Orthodox Church. May God bless his journey ahead!
On the Eve of Pentecost, we had the joy of baptizing six new members in our parish! Please pray for the newly illumined Mary, Christopher, Martin, Susanna, Rebecka, and Daniel. May God grant them many years!
Join us in welcoming our new catechumen, Torin! May God guide, keep, and protect him as he begins preparation for Holy Illumination.
The following is a very informative article by His Grace Bishop Alexei of the Diocese of Alaska (OCA). Our parish encourages the traditional use of head coverings for women, but neither enforces nor demands it. Humility, chastity, and modesty are virtues that especially adorn the Most-Pure Virgin Mother of our God. Modesty is itself one […]