Sunday Bulletin 11/10/22

Bulletin as of November 19 2022

WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Saturday, Nov. 19  –  Obadiah, Prophet     

5:00 PM          Outreach Divine Liturgy in Santa Paula

6:30 PM          Reader Vespers

Sunday, Nov. 20  –  24th Sunday after Pentecost       

8:30 AM          Matins

9:30 AM          Divine Liturgy

Monday, Nov. 21  –  Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple (Solemn Holyday)        

8:30 AM          Morning Prayer

6:00 PM          Akathist* for those suffering Addictions & Mental Illness

6:30 PM          Divine Liturgy    In gratitude from Rick White

Wednesday, Nov. 23  –  Amphilochius & Gregory, Bishops

8:30 AM          Morning Prayer

6:30 PM          Divine Liturgy    In Thanksgiving for God’s Mercy

7:30 PM          Firepit Social

Saturday, Nov. 26  –  Alypius the Stylite, Venerable     

4:15 PM          Outreach Vespers in Santa Paula

5:00 PM          Outreach Divine Liturgy in Santa Paula

Sunday, Nov. 27  –  25th Sunday after Pentecost       

8:30 AM          Matins

9:30 AM          Divine Liturgy 

*Add first names to this prayer service by emailing niemirick@gmail.com

MYSTERY OF REPENTANCE (Confession)

St. Mary’s: Sundays 8:45 AM or by appointment

Santa Paula: Saturdays 4:15 PM or by appointment

PRAYER REQUESTS

(Please resubmit or submit names to admin@ByzantineLA.com)

The Carlin Family, Michael Hefferon, Shirley Kunze, Michael Mina, Peter Mina, Fr, John Mina, Mila Mina, Lana Zimmerman, Patrick Zimmerman, Fern Bonowicz, Shannon O’Neill, All the sick and suffering of St. Mary’s

WEEKLY DEPOSIT

Collection: $1,561.00; Candles: $45.25; Online: $30.00; Santa Paula: $1,655.00; Parish Charity: $440.00

Total: $3,720.25 / Attendance- PSM: 619  

You can pick up the October issue of the GCU Magazine and the newest issue of the Joyful Light magazine from our seminary in the narthex.

 

Table of Service

Along with the Holy Table and the Table of Oblation, inside the altar areas is the Table of Service, in Greek, the diakonikon.  This table stands to the right of the Holy Table and opposite the Table of Oblation.  In the early church this was its own room or apse, and today most churches have what we call a sacristy that serves the same purpose.  It holds vestments, books and other items needed for worship.   Above this table is an icon that depicts service or sacrifice in the spirit of the Eucharist.  Examples of icons found here are “ultimate humility” ( Christ dead and in the tomb), the sacrifice of Isaac (Gen. 22), the Holy Trinity/Hospitality of Abraham (Gen. 18), Melchisedek (Gen. 14) or The Holy Prophet, Forerunner and Baptist John.  You will see similar images, or additionally the Nativity of Our Lord (commemorated during the proskomedia rite) over the Table of Oblation on the other side of the altar area.

 

“…Tonight your soul is demanded of you.” We are not our own, and this is equally true of the blessings in our lives. Jesus speaks sternly of the need to understand this so that we can be “rich toward God”. If you are blessed with the richness of a calling from God to be a priest, deacon, subdeacon, monk or nun, will you answer it with the same yes that we see in the saints? To learn more, contact the Vocations Office at 206-329-9219 or email: vocations@ephx.org

Saturday, November 19 –

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