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A Prayer in This Time of Trouble

O God Almighty, Lord of heaven and earth, and of all creation visible and invisible, in Your ineffable goodness, look down upon Your people gathered in Your name. Be our helper and defender in this day of affliction. You know our weakness. You hear our cry in repentance and contrition of heart. O Lord who loves mankind deliver us from the impending threat of the corona virus. Send Your Angel to watch over us and protect us. Grant health and recovery to those suffering from this virus. Guide the hands of physicians, and preserve those who are healthy that we may continue to serve You in peace and glorify Your most honorable and majestic Name, of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, now and forever and to the ages of ages.

Special Announcement

In-Person Liturgical Services Update

It is a rich blessing that St George is again conducting in-Person Liturgical Services. Please remember that registration is required to attend. To  sign up to attend a service in person, please fill out this form https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904044CAAA72AA5FB6-august, or call the church office at 505-247-9411 (Monday through Friday, 9am to 3pm) and ask Maria to sign you up.

To submit names to be commemorated at the Paraklesis services which are regularly served at St George (and especially during the month of August) you may submit them at the following link. PLEASE NOTE: You only need to use this form one time. The names that you submit will be saved and commemorated at all the Paraklesis services. https://forms.gle/mrA9kbPtqiw7ZD299

In Person Liturgical services:
  • Saturday, August 1, Dormition Fast begins! https://www.goarch.org/en/dormition
  • Saturday, August 1 at 4pm Small Blessing of the Waters for the beginning of the month of August
  • Saturday, August 1 at 5pm Vespers St Stephen, the First Martyr
  • Sunday, August 2, Orthros/Divine Liturgy begin at 7:45am/9am St Stephen the First Martyr
  • Monday, August 3, 5:45pm Small Paraklesis for the Dormition Fast
  • Wednesday, August 5 at 5:45pm Vespers for the Transfiguration of Christ
  • Thursday, August 6, Orthros and Divine Liturgy 8:30am/9:45am - Transfiguration of our Lord (one of the 12 Great Feast Days) Fish allowed
  • Friday, August 7, Great Parakesis for the Dormition Fast
  • Saturday, August 8, 5pm, Vespers Apostle Matthias
  • Sunday, August 9 Orthros/Divine Liturgy at 7:45am/9am Apostle Matthias
  • All services will also be available for live-streaming. Please click: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVFZqGE1MbfCFO0CEtCDnUg?view_as=subscriber

Parish Life

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Martyrs Sophia  and her three daughters  Faith, Hope and Love

Martyrs Sophia and her three daughters Faith, Hope and Love

My beloved daughters, the time has now come for you to contend for Christ; the hour has arrived for you...
Divine Inspiration

Divine Inspiration

We pray in the Holy Spirit when we are moved by divine inspiration to ask for heavenly help, so that...

Upcoming Events

Holy Week and Pascha 2018

Services: Saturday of Lazarus - 8:30am Orthros, 9:30 Divine Liturgy (Palm Cross and Lazarakia making - soup and pancakes) Saturday...

The Feast Of Annunciation Begins Tonight!

Join us this evening at 5:30 pm when we celebrate Great Vespers for the Feast of The Annunciation and Greek...

2nd Pre-Sanctified Liturgy

You are invited to strengthen your soul tonight for your Lenten journey. Our second Pre-Sanctified Liturgy is scheduled for this evening...

Daily Prayers

Cut off the roots of our sins

Cut off the roots of our sins

The Gospel teaches us to cut off the roots of our sins and not merely their fruits. When we have dug the root...
Seven Instructions Which  Abba Moses Sent to  Abba Poemen

Seven Instructions Which  Abba Moses Sent to  Abba Poemen

He who puts them into practice will escape all punishment and will live in peace, whether he dwells in the...
Son Of God Have Mercy On Me

Son Of God Have Mercy On Me

O Jesus my Lord, Who became man and graced us with the beauty of Your life and with the example...

A Word

"In the feast of the Exaltation of the cross, let us examine and enthrone in our heart the cross of Jesus, let us apply to the Passion of our Lord, and even to our poor efforts (which are our share in the Passion) this saying, through which the mystery of the cross receives it’s highest and most complete interpretation: ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life…’" -Fr. Lev Gilletn