News at HVMLA

January 4, 2021

Due to the laboratory operation in our main parking lot on Micheltorena Street until the end of January, please use our upper parking lot on the Robinson Street side of the church campus, as well as street parking as indicated on the attached map. On Sundays, please feel free to park in the main lot as usual.

was last modified: January 4th, 2021 by Deacon Kirill Dotsenko

January 4, 2021

Dear brothers and sisters. We are pleased to inform you that our Annual General Parish Meeting will take place immediately following the Divine Liturgy on January 31st. We cordially invite all our parishioners to take an active part in this important meeting in Person or via Zoom online. Reports of the rector, starosta and treasurer will be shared before meeting. Even if you are not a voting parish member, you are welcome to attend, observe, ask questions, and make a propositions for the further development and growth of our parish community. 

was last modified: January 4th, 2021 by Deacon Kirill Dotsenko

November 26, 2020

Thank You, O Lord!
Everyone capable of thanksgiving is capable of salvation and eternal joy.Thank You, O Lord, for having accepted this Eucharist, which we offered to the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and which filled our hearts with the joy, peace and righteousness of the Holy Spirit.Thank You, O Lord, for having revealed Yourself unto us and given us the foretaste of Your Kingdom.Thank You, O Lord, for having united us to one another in serving You and Your Holy Church.Thank You, O Lord, for having helped us to overcome all difficulties, tensions, passions, temptations and restored peace, mutual love and joy in sharing the communion of the Holy Spirit.Thank You, O Lord, for the sufferings You bestowed upon us, for they are purifying us from selfishness and reminding us of the “one thing needed;” Your eternal Kingdom.Thank You, O Lord, for having given us this country where we are free to worship You.Thank You, O Lord, for this school, where the name of God is proclaimed.Thank You, O Lord, for our families: husbands, wives and, especially, children who teach us how to celebrate Your holy Name in joy, movement and holy noise.Thank You, O Lord, for everyone and everything.Great are You, O Lord, and marvelous are Your deeds, and no word is sufficient to celebrate Your miracles.  Lord, it is good to be here! Amen!

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