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Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting Descent of the Holy Spirit online.  We hope that our website highlights our various worship, fellowship and services.  Please feel free to read more about our Church on this site, or come in for a visit.  We would love to greet you and share some fellowship with you at our Church Hall following Divine Liturgy.  Please click here to learn more about our Parish and, as always, may God Bless you!

 

-Fr. Lev

Weekly Bulletin

 

Keep up to date with the latest news from our Parish by visiting our weekly bulletin page!

 

 

 

Contact Us

 

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Upcoming Events​​

May 5

  • Pascha luncheon following Divine Liturgy

  • Children's Easter Egg Hunt - weather permitting

Friday Night Frys

 

  • Thank you to our patrons and friends who helped make our Fish Fry sucessful!

Upcoming Services

5/5 - Great and Holy Pascha

         The Feast of Feasts - Easter

         The Resurrection of Christ

          Paschal Divine Liturgy

          10:00 AM

          Blessing of Easter Baskets

5/6 - Divine Liturgy - 9:30 AM

         Bright Monday

5/12 - Divine Liturgy - 9:30 AM

           2nd Paschal Sunday

           Sunday of St. Thomas

           Mother's Day

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Descent of the Holy Spirit
What is Orthodoxy?

 

The Orthodox Christian Church was born on Pentecost in AD 33 with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles (see Acts 2:2-4). Through the missionary labors and martyric witness of countless men and women, the apostolic faith spread to every corner of the world: first the Near East, then Europe, Africa, and Asia. Orthodoxy was planted in North America in the late 18th century by monastic missionaries from Russia. Today the worldwide Orthodox Church has more than 300 million members. Each national Church (Russian, Greek, Serbian, etc.) is independent and self-administering, but united in faith and sacraments with all the others. Some five million Orthodox from diverse ethnic backgrounds now live in the United States and Canada.

 

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