Sunday Bulletin 09/04/22

Bulletin as of September 3 2022


Saturday, Sept. 3 – Anthimus, Bishop-Martyr        

5:00 PM          Outreach Divine Liturgy in Santa Paula

6:30 PM          Reader Vespers

Sunday, Sept. 4 – 13th Sunday after Pentecost           

8:30 AM          Matins

9:30 AM          Divine Liturgy

Monday, Sept. 5 – Zachary, Prophet & Elizabeth         

6:30 PM          Moleben to the Theotokos of the Inexhaustible Cup (and a discussion on addiction)

Wednesday, Sept. 7 – Sozon, Martyr   

5:30 PM          Vespers (Vigil of the Birth of the Theotokos)

6:30 PM          Divine Liturgy  +Sherry Whaley from Andrew

7:45 PM          Firepit Social

Saturday, Sept. 10 – Saturday before the Exaltation of the Cross      

5:00 PM          Outreach Divine Liturgy in Santa Paula

Sunday, Sept. 11 – Sunday before the Exaltation of the Cross       

8:30 AM          Matins

9:30 AM          Divine Liturgy


(Please resubmit or submit names to

Michael Hefferon, Lana Zimmerman, Patrick Zimmerman, All the sick and suffering of St. Mary’s


Collection: $1,536.00; Candles: $69.50; Online: $30.00; Santa Paula: $1,218.00; Special Gift: $220.00; Parish Socials: $32.00; Bishop’s Appeal: $50.00; Priest Stipend: $10.00

Total: $3,165.50 / Attendance- PSM: 80 VCO: 81

“The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. This is the work of the Lord, and a marvel in our eyes.” The unfaithful servants had the kingdom of God taken from them. Today, our Church needs faithful servants who would answer his calling to marriage, holy orders and the monastic life to bring the kingdom of God to all. Are you being called to discern a religious vocation as a faithful servant? If so, contact the Vocations Office at 206-329-9219 or email:


Eparchial Appeal Ends Sept. 30

Donations are being accepted through Sept. 30. So far, we have raised $11,380.00 of our $25,544.72 goal.   We need to raise $14,164.72 to meet our goal.! You can use the instructions you received from the bishop, or you can visit our parish’s donation page here:  It is very important to reach our goal. There are repercussions for several years if we do not.  Thank you for your generosity! 

Thank you to those who have contributed: Anonymous, Bates, Chirdon, Clemens, Cook, Crans, Golya, Herrera, Jimenez, Kieselhorst, Koman-Keogh, Michnya, Mina, Fr. O’Loughlin, O’Neill Onufrak, Patzwahl, Reichert, C. Roche, Seabright, Summe, Tabak, Theisen, Wiggins, P. Zimmerman, and W. Zimmerman

Ancient Record of the Birth of the Theotokos – Feast: Sept. 8

And, behold, an angel of the Lord stood by, saying: Anna, Anna, the Lord has heard your prayer, and you shall conceive, and shall bring forth; and your seed shall be spoken of in all the world. And Anna said: As the Lord my God lives, if I beget either male or female, I will bring it as a gift to the Lord my God; and it shall minister to Him in holy things all the days of its life. And, behold, two angels came, saying to her: Behold, Joachim your husband is coming with his flocks. For an angel of the Lord went down to him, saying: Joachim, Joachim, the Lord God has heard your prayer. Go down hence; for, behold, your wife Anna shall conceive…And, behold, Joachim came with his flocks; and Anna stood by the gate, and saw Joachim coming, and she ran and hung upon his neck, saying: Now I know that the Lord God has blessed me exceedingly; for, behold the widow no longer a widow, and I the childless shall conceive. And Joachim rested the first day in his house.  And her months were fulfilled, and in the ninth month Anna brought forth. And she said to the midwife: What have I brought forth? And she said: A girl. And said Anna: My soul has been magnified this day. And she laid her down. And the days having been fulfilled, Anna was purified, and gave the breast to the child, and called her name Mary.

From the “Protoevangelium of James” a 2nd century document about the life of the Theotokos:

Saturday, September 3 –

  • 11:00 AM