From the Pastor
PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR PRAYERS:
His Grace, Metropolitan GREGORY; His Beatitude, Metropolitan ANTONY; Protopresbyter Frank Miloro; Protopresbyter John Duranko; Protopresbyter Jim Dutko; Protopresbyter Luke Mihaly; Protopresbyter Kenneth Bachofsky; V. Rev. Thomas Kadlek; Rev. James Gleason; V. Rev. Jason Kappanadze; Deacon Charles Ellis; Deacon Donald Koch; Mother Ralphaela; Pani Joan; Pani Kathleen Dutko; Pani Patricia Duranko;Pani-Matka Julia Romanchak; Sally Ellis; Judy Koch; Helen Verno; Eleanor Adzima; Michael & Delores Kundrat; Mary Kolson; Vasyl & Lyudmyla Hayova; Kathy Preston;Helen Coons; Michael Matzkevich; Marlene Wheet; Helen Molson; Nancy Murphy-Teed; Joyce Nissen; Chelsea Roman;Gloria Ewsuk; Andrew Chudanic; Jeanne Zimmer; Sylvia Serdula; Carole & Gary Herrlich; Jean Cox; Basil Havalchak; Kathy Snearly-Mahr; Bella;Rachel Corey; Robert Zobbi; Helen Nekelek; Julio Falcon; Shirley Scates; Donald & Dawn Covel; David Walk;Gregory Heath; Jean Hamar; Scott Hamer; Denise Topichak; Tracy Glass; Carol Bailey; John & Florence Medvitz; Joyce Merletti; Kaitlynn Dillon; Mary Jane Smith; Elaine Kerrick; David Robbins; Anthony & Sarah Voccola; Michael & Amanda Morton
For those serving our country: Jordan Worebey, United States Navy; Jonathan Share, United States Navy; Lucas serving in the United States Marine Corp; Jonathan Share serving in the United States Navy; and all members of our Armed Forces serving our country at home and around the world.
For our First Responders, our Scientists and Research Professionals, our President, our Federal, State and Local Authorities and to ALL who are sick with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as well as their families and loved ones who grieve the loss of a loved one.
For our troops who are helping to evacuate Americans, American supporters, as well as those Americans trapped in Afghanistan and the Afghan people.
Welcome To Our Visitors
At Saint Mary's you will find a welcoming, Christ-centered community of believers growing together spiritually in love and in the unchanging faith handed down from the Apostles.
If you are an Orthodox Christian looking for a home...
If you are looking for the timeless Christian faith....
If you are searching for what God has in store for you...
If you need a place to call home...
If you have nowhere else to turn...
If you have any questions please see Father Dan after Divine Liturgy or better yet, just join us for our coffee social after Liturgy.
Thank you for visiting!
FROM FATHER'S DESK
Emergency Sick Calls: Father is available for emergencies at any time. Please call 607-936-0689 (Office) or 607-438-7339 (Cell)
Mailing Address is: 61 Canada Road Painted Post NY 14870
Confessions are heard by calling Father for an appointment.
Marriages are solemnized on Saturdays. Consult Father at least 6 months in advance and before plans have been made for the wedding reception. Marriages cannot be celebrated during the fasting seasons of the Church.
Baptisms are normally scheduled for Saturdays or Sundays. Consult Father for scheduling. Two god-parents are required, at least one of whom must be Orthodox by faith, and the other a practicing Christian.
Church Funerals are provided for practicing Orthodox Christians who are current in their Spiritual and Financial obligations to the parish. Otherwise, burial is from the funeral home.
The Orthodox Church does not permit Cremation
If you would like to schedule a Memorial Service service for your loved one please call Father at 607-936-0689 or 607-438-7339.
If you would like to meet with Father, please call him at 607-936-0689 (Office) or 607-438-7339 (Cell) to arrange a time and place that is convenient to you.
Jan 7 Helen Coons, Maya Quayenortey Jan 10 Helen Molson Jan 16 Alina Svyrydenko. Jan 17 David Topichak Jan 21 Lydia Mackiewicz Jan 22 Carol Telehany Jan 25 Ben Mertus Jan 27 Greg Havalchak, Jonathan Share Jan 29 Michele Tostanoski, Josh Glass Jan 30 Michele Benyo
May God grant His servants good health, happiness, and salvation for many blessed years!
Nam mnohaja i blahaja lit'a!
It is with great pleasure to announce that His Eminence, Metropolitan Gregory will be visiting our parish on Friday and Saturday February 18 and 19, 2022 for the purpose of Consecrating our new Church. Vladyka will arrive on Friday February 18 and the service of blessing the doors will take place. Following the service there will be a coffee social, meet & greet where our parish family along with visiting clergy and guests will be able to meet our Ruling Hierarch and welcome him to our parish.
On Saturday morning the Rite of Consecration will take place beginning with the washing the Holy Altar Table, the inserting of Holy Relics, and the vesting the Altar with Altar Linens. The entire church will then be blessed. Following the Consecration a Divine Liturgy with His Eminence as main celebrant, with Father Dan and visiting clergy serving as co-concelebrants officiating.
A Dinner will follow in honor of His Eminence, visiting clergy and guests.