Many events at St. Mary’s are cancelled until further notice.
Liturgies and services are now open to our parishioners.
Weekday liturgies may be attended without reservations.
We request an RSVP for weekend liturgies.
All services will continue to be livestreamed via our Facebook page.
Stay home. Stay prayerful. Stay connected.
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Father John Kostas’ “Biblical Reflections” sent via e-mail to our parishioners is now posted in its entirety on our website. The “Biblical Reflections” is a series of commentary on Philippians 2:5-11. You can find the series under “Our Parish” tab above.
As an effort to accommodate our large congregation during this time, we will be offering the Divine Liturgy on Saturdays as well as Sundays for the upcoming weeks.
Saturdays will begin with Orthros at 9:00 a.m. followed by Liturgy at 10:00 a.m.
The Sunday schedule remains the same as always, Orthros at 8:30 a.m. and Liturgy at 9:30 a.m. The Sunday Liturgy will be live-streamed on our Facebook page.
Please watch your e-mails for the weekly sign up to attend a Liturgy.
As our world faces uncertain and challenging times, we at St. Mary’s want our parishioners and friends to know that we are here for you. At the present time, and until further notice, the church, building, and office are open during weekday business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.). We invite all who find a need, to stop in, light a candle, and spend some time in God’s House, praying or simply spending a few quiet moments away from the news and the outside world. If you have questions or concerns, please give us a call, 612.825.9595.
Until further notice, services at St. Mary’s, and at houses of worship around the world, are suspended.
We are live-streaming our services and programs on our Facebook page and many of our services are being recorded and available on our YouTube page. We encourage everyone to subscribe! Videos of services, story time for young kids, messages from the clergy, and Fr. Anthony’s funeral are found there.
Since we are not able to attend in-person worship, we are offering and encouraging some options for prayer at home, and our prayers should become more frequent and more fervent.
Worship resources are found on the Stay Connected page.
Saint Mary’s parishioners are very generous donors to the weekly food shelf collections. Now, more than ever, the need is even greater. Please don’t forget about the needy in our community. You can bring bags of packaged or canned food to St. Mary’s during weekday business hours or mail a contribution to any of the food shelves we support. A list of those organizations is on the Stay Connected page.
We invite all who are able to please continue your financial commitment to St. Mary’s during this difficult time.
Even though our in-person worship and activities are suspended for the time being, we still have financial obligations to fulfill such as utility bills, staff salaries, our Archdiocesan stewardship, and building maintenance, among a number of other things.
Consider giving your offering online if you don’t already. It’s easy – just click the Give Now button to the top of this page to go to our online giving site. Here’s an instruction sheet for the one
You may mail your offering to the church or go on-line to make a payment. Go back to our website’s homepage and click the “Give Now” button on the right side. We are providing a detailed instruction sheet to assist you with this task. Download it here.
As we live through these difficult times, please be assured that our clergy and staff are here for you. Even though larger public gatherings are strongly discouraged, our clergy are still willing to meet one on one. Please contact us or our clergy personally to schedule a time for confession or house blessings.
You can make a donation to St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church using the button below. This will take you to an online giving website operated by ParishSOFT LLC. Thank you.
5:00 PM / SATURDAY VESPERS
The word Vespers comes from the Greek word that means ‘in the evening,’ so this is the evening prayer service which thanks God for the day that is coming to a close and inaugurates the new day. Saturday night Great Vespers brings in the Lord’s Day and is therefore resurrectional in character.
8:30 AM / ORTHROS
The word Orthros, in Greek means 'sunrise' or 'dawn.' So the Orthros, or Matins Service is the sunrise worship service.
9:30 AM / DIVINE LITURGY
The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (c. 347-407), Archbishop of Constantinople, is the most prevalent of four ancient liturgies utilized by the early Church and still celebrated today.
Saturday, July 4 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Saturday, July 4 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Great Vespers (Live-streamed)
Saturday, July 4 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Fourth Sunday of Matthew
Sunday, July 5 2020
Sunday, July 5 2020 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Divine Liturgy (Live-streamed)
Sunday, July 5 2020 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am