It is by offering our blessings back to God that He will be able to continue His forgiving, healing, liberating, empowering, transfiguring, loving ministry through the Church. For God, Infinite though He be, has chosen to work through us, through our gifts, to continue His saving work in the world today.

Fr. Anthony M. Coniaris

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One day, a person complained to his priest that the Church and Christianity is one continual “give, give, give.” To which the priest replied, “Thank you very much for the finest definition of Christianity I have ever heard. You’re right, Christianity is all about a constant “give, give, give.” God giving His only Son to the world to show His unconditional love. His Son Jesus giving His life on the cross to forgive our sins and destroy death. Then our Lord’s disciples giving all they had to make sure God’s Good News of love was preached to all people everywhere. They not only gave away their homes and businesses, but even gave up their lives as martyrs in gratitude to God!

Christian Stewardship is about becoming good caretakers of all that God has given us. God has given each of us special and unique gifts. And through Holy Scripture He teaches us all that we have is a loan. He lends everything to us, and reminds us that one day He will ask us to give a detailed accounting of what we have done with the gifts He has given us. Archbishop Anastasios of Albania has noted that “we find ourselves by offering ourselves.” Have we learned the blessedness of generously giving to others of all we have?

Orthodox Christian Stewardship is a way of life, which acknowledges accountability, reverence, and responsibility before God. A primary goal of Stewardship is to promote spiritual growth and strengthen faith. Becoming a Steward begins when we believe in God, to whom we give our love, loyalty and trust and act on those beliefs. As Stewards, we affirm that every aspect of our lives comes as a gift from Him. Stewardship calls on the faithful to cheerfully offer back to God a portion of the gifts with which they have been blessed.

An Orthodox Christian Steward is an active participant in the life of the Church. The parish encourages all who accept the Orthodox Faith to become practicing Stewards. Each year the Steward is expected to carefully review his or her personal circumstances and make a commitment of time, talent, and treasure to support the Parish and her Ministries, which in turn support the National Ministries of our Archdiocese, Metropolises, and institutions.

Christian Stewardship Is... ...learning how to be a responsible and concerned caretaker of Christ’s Church; it is learning how to enjoy Church life and be happy in Church work, for in Her dwells the fullness of the Spirit of God. ...our active commitment to use all our time, talent and treasure for the benefit of humankind in grateful acknowledgment of Christ’s redeeming love. ...caring for the needs of others. ...offering one’s self to God as He offered Himself to us. ...what a person does after saying “I believe...”, as proof of that belief. ...devotion and service to God and His Church as persons, as families, as parish, as diocese/metropolis, as national Church and as Church universal.

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2016 Lenten Schedule

Lenten Schedule 2016

14:MARCH

Monday: Great Lent Begins


14:MARCH

Monday: Forgiveness Vespers at 7pm


16:MARCH

Wednesday: Pre-Sanctified Liturgy at 6:30pm


18:MARCH

Friday: Akathist Hymn at 7pm


19:MARCH

Saturday of Souls: Orthros at 9:00am followed by Liturgy at 9:30am


19:MARCH

Saturday of Souls: Memorial Prayers/Westlake Village at 11:30am


20:MARCH

Sunday: Procession of Icons. Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


23:MARCH

Wednesday: Pre-Sanctified Liturgy at 6:30pm


25:MARCH

Friday: Annunciation Divine Liturgy at 9:30am


25:MARCH

Friday: Akathist Hymn at 7pm


30:MARCH

Wednesday: Pre-Sanctified Liturgy at 6:30pm


1:APRIL

Friday: Akathist Hymn at 7pm


3:APRIL

Sunday: Veneration of the Holy Cross: Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


6:APRIL

Wednesday: Pre-Sanctified Liturgy at 6:30pm


8:APRIL

Friday: Akathist Hymn at 7pm


10:APRIL

Sunday: Sunday of St. John Climacus: Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


13:APRIL

Wednesday: Pre-Sanctified Liturgy at 6:30pm


15:APRIL

Friday: Akathist Hymn at 7pm


17:APRIL

Sunday: Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt: Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


19:APRIL

Tuesday: Holy Week Prep Choir/Chanter Meeting at 7pm


23:APRIL

Saturday of Lazurus: Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


24:APRIL

Palm Sunday: Orthors at 9:00am followed by Divine Liturgy at 10:00am


25:APRIL

Monday: Bridegroom Service at 7pm


26:APRIL

Tuesday: Bridegroom Service at 7pm


27:APRIL

Wednesday: Holy Unction at 7pm


28:APRIL

Thursday: Liturgy of St. Basil at 10am


28:APRIL

Thursday: 12 Gospels of Christ 6:30pm


29:APRIL

Friday: Royal Hours 10am


29:APRIL

Friday: Decent from the Cross 3:00pm


29:APRIL

Friday: Lamentations 7:00pm


30:APRIL

Saturday: Liturgy of St. Basil at 10am


30:APRIL

Saturday: Resurrection Service 11:00pm


30:APRIL

Saturday: Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom 12:00am (Midnight)


01:May

Sunday: Agape Vespers 12:00pm (Noon)


01:May

Sunday: Agape Picnic 1:00pm