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“This Jesus, Who was taken up from you into heaven,
will come in the same way as you saw Him go into heaven.” (Acts 1.11)
Thursday marks the conclusion of the 40-day period when our Lord proved that He was truly risen from the dead by talking, walking, eating and even inviting His disciples to touch His healed wounds.
We celebrate with Liturgy on the eve of this Great Feast of the Ascension, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16.
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“This Jesus, Who was taken up from you into heaven, 
will come in the same way as you saw Him go into heaven.” (Acts 1.11)
Thursday marks the conclusion of the 40-day period when our Lord proved that He was truly risen from the dead by talking, walking, eating and even inviting His disciples to touch His healed wounds. 
We celebrate with Liturgy on the eve of this Great Feast of the Ascension, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16.

Our Charity Ministry Team is putting on this benefit for Ascent 121, a local Christian organization we’re partnering with both to protect young people in our community from being trafficked and to help those who are already trapped and are trying to get out. Even here, in quiet Fishers, dozens of middle school and high school children are ensnared by traffickers every year. This is open to the general public, so invite all your lady friends. This can also be a good, early Mother's Day gift: PAMPER YOUR MOTHER, AND HELP A GOOD CHARITY. ...

Our Charity Ministry Team is putting on this benefit for Ascent 121, a local Christian organization we’re partnering with both to protect young people in our community from being trafficked and to help those who are already trapped and are trying to get out. Even here, in quiet Fishers, dozens of middle school and high school children are ensnared by traffickers every year. This is open to the general public, so invite all your lady friends. This can also be a good, early Mothers Day gift: PAMPER YOUR MOTHER, AND HELP A GOOD CHARITY.

Join us on Monday for St. George Family Night at Portillo's.

Monday, April 16 at 5 PM - 8 PM
9201 E 116th St, Fishers
Enjoy a Portillo's famous Italian Beef Sandwich & slice of chocolate cake and help send our parish kids to Antiochian Village Camp this summer!

Take a printed flyer from our Sunday bulletin, or show this on your phone, and Portillo's will donate 20% of our sales to our Antiochian Village campers’ fund!

If using the drive-thru, be sure to mention you're supporting St. George before placing your order. We hope to see everyone!
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Join us on Monday for St. George Family Night at Portillos.

Monday, April 16 at 5 PM - 8 PM
9201 E 116th St, Fishers
Enjoy a Portillos famous Italian Beef Sandwich & slice of chocolate cake and help send our parish kids to Antiochian Village Camp this summer! 

Take a printed flyer from our Sunday bulletin, or show this on your phone, and Portillos will donate 20% of our sales to our Antiochian Village campers’ fund! 

If using the drive-thru, be sure to mention youre supporting St. George before placing your order. We hope to see everyone!

Christ is risen! Truly, He is risen!
Join us at 3 pm today, as we continue the celebration and proclaim the gospel in as many languages as we can. (Come by 2:45 if you know a language and want to read.) Afterward we have the egg hunt for children and a pitch-in meal and party. FLASH: Bishop Anthony has agreed to sing some of his old Kerygma songs. Bring your family, and come over!
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Our Life was placed in a tomb to give life to those who are placed in tombs! (From Matins of Great and Holy Saturday)

JOIN US AT 11 PM SATURDAY, APRIL 7, for the Paschal (Easter) Service, and declare to the world the Good News that CHRIST IS RISEN!
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Our Life was placed in a tomb to give life to those who are placed in tombs! (From Matins of Great and Holy Saturday)

JOIN US AT 11 PM SATURDAY, APRIL 7, for the Paschal (Easter) Service, and declare to the world the Good News that CHRIST IS RISEN!

 

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I would love to attend a service one of these days

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We wish all our Roman Catholic and Protestant friends a blessed Easter celebration April 1. We Orthodox, however, have just finished the forty days of Lent and are now just beginning Holy Week. April 1 is Palm Sunday for us, and Pascha - the Holy Resurrection - is on April 8. This year we are privileged that our Bishop Anthony will lead us through the Passion and Resurrection, beginning Holy Thursday.

Here's the full schedule:

HOLY WEEK & PASCHA 2018
St. George Orthodox Church • Indianapolis/Fishers

LAZARUS SATURDAY • MARCH 31
Matins 9 AM • Divine Liturgy, 10 AM
Great Vespers, 5 PM • Confessions Follow
Jesus’ raising Lazarus from the dead shows He can raise all mankind. Please also join us after Liturgy for a Falafel and spaghetti brunch, and help us prepare for the Feast by preparing and decorating the Lord’s house.

PALM SUNDAY • APRIL 1
Matins and Confession, 9 AM • Divine Liturgy, 10 AM
In the triumphant entry of our Lord into Jerusalem to face his voluntary death, “We like the children carry the palms of victory,” in Procession. Adults and children may also bring decorated candles. A Fish Dinner follows Liturgy.

PALM SUNDAY EVENING • APRIL 1
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
The Procession with the icon of Christ, the Bridegroom of the Church, takes place, and we remember the righteousness of Joseph who, like Christ, suffered unjustly with patience and was exalted.

GREAT MONDAY • APRIL 2
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
We remember the example of the ten virgins waiting for the Bridegroom.

GREAT TUESDAY • APRIL 3
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
We remember the woman who anointed the head and feet of our Lord, wiping them with her hair, in contrast with Judas and his betrayal of Christ. The Hymn of Kassiane expresses these contrasts with profound poetry and majesty.

GREAT WEDNESDAY • APRIL 4
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Sacrament of Holy Unction, 7 PM
We are anointed for healing of soul and body as Christ was anointed in anticipation of his burial. All should have made their confession before this point.

GREAT THURSDAY MORNING • APRIL 5
Liturgy of St. Basil, 10 AM
On this day, when Jesus first said to his disciples, “Take, eat; this is my Body,” Orthodox Christians make it a point to participate in Holy Communion. Children may be excused from school. Breakfast will follow.

GREAT THURSDAY EVENING • APRIL 5
Matins with the Twelve Passion Gospels, 7 PM with Bishop Anthony
We walk with our Lord through the Passion. A procession with the Cross commemorates Christ’s voluntary Crucifixion.

GREAT FRIDAY • APRIL 6
Royal Hours, 10 AM with Bishop Anthony
Church School Retreat, 12 PM
Un-nailing Vespers, 3 PM
We try to spend this day in Church, heeding our Lord’s words to “watch and pray.” During Vespers, Christ is taken down from the Cross and placed in the decorated tomb. Children may be excused from school for the day for services and for a chat with Father before the afternoon service.

GREAT FRIDAY EVENING • APRIL 6
Resurrectional Matins of Christ’s Funeral, 7 PM with Bishop Anthony
We join Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus and the Myrrh-bearing Women to sing in Praise of the buried Christ, and we process with the Bier and passing under it as if joining Christ in the tomb.

GREAT SATURDAY MORNING • APRIL 7
Liturgy of St. Basil, 10 AM with Bishop Anthony
As we keep vigil, the Victory of Christ over death and his Resurrection ‘explode’ with throwing of the leaves of victory. Please bring your children to this service. Breakfast will follow.

THE RESURRECTION • SATURDAY, APRIL 7 / SUNDAY, APRIL 8
RUSH/MATINS/LITURGY, 11 PM with Bishop Anthony
We receive the new Light and the Good News that “Christ is Risen.” Please bring dyed-red eggs. You may also bring Easter Baskets to be blessed for enjoyment and sharing after Liturgy. Our parish council will also serve additional food to break the Fast.

AGAPE VESPERS • SUNDAY, MAY 8
Love Vespers, 3 PM • Egg Hunt • Pitch-in Feast with Bishop Anthony
The Good News (Gospel) of the Resurrection will be proclaimed in as many languages as possible. A sign-up list will be posted during Holy Week for you to read any language you know (we might have the text available, if you don’t).
Bring your family and something to share, and let’s all enjoy food, music and dancing together! We will also have the Egg Hunt for the children.
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We wish all our Roman Catholic and Protestant friends a blessed Easter celebration April 1. We Orthodox, however, have just finished the forty days of Lent and are now just beginning Holy Week. April 1 is Palm Sunday for us, and Pascha - the Holy Resurrection - is on April 8. This year we are privileged that our Bishop Anthony will lead us through the Passion and Resurrection, beginning Holy Thursday.

Heres the full schedule:

HOLY WEEK & PASCHA 2018
St. George Orthodox Church • Indianapolis/Fishers

LAZARUS SATURDAY • MARCH 31
Matins 9 AM • Divine Liturgy, 10 AM
Great Vespers, 5 PM • Confessions Follow
Jesus’ raising Lazarus from the dead shows He can raise all mankind. Please also join us after Liturgy for a Falafel and spaghetti brunch, and help us prepare for the Feast by preparing and decorating the Lord’s house.

PALM SUNDAY • APRIL 1
Matins and Confession, 9 AM • Divine Liturgy, 10 AM
In the triumphant entry of our Lord into Jerusalem to face his voluntary death, “We like the children carry the palms of victory,” in Procession. Adults and children may also bring decorated candles. A Fish Dinner follows Liturgy.

PALM SUNDAY EVENING • APRIL 1
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
The Procession with the icon of Christ, the Bridegroom of the Church, takes place, and we remember the righteousness of Joseph who, like Christ, suffered unjustly with patience and was exalted.

GREAT MONDAY • APRIL 2
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
We remember the example of the ten virgins waiting for the Bridegroom.

GREAT TUESDAY • APRIL 3
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Bridegroom Matins, 7 PM • Confessions Follow
We remember the woman who anointed the head and feet of our Lord, wiping them with her hair, in contrast with Judas and his betrayal of Christ. The Hymn of Kassiane expresses these contrasts with profound poetry and majesty.

GREAT WEDNESDAY • APRIL 4
Presanctified Liturgy, 10 AM
Sacrament of Holy Unction, 7 PM
We are anointed for healing of soul and body as Christ was anointed in anticipation of his burial. All should have made their confession before this point.

GREAT THURSDAY MORNING • APRIL 5
Liturgy of St. Basil, 10 AM
On this day, when Jesus first said to his disciples, “Take, eat; this is my Body,” Orthodox Christians make it a point to participate in Holy Communion. Children may be excused from school. Breakfast will follow.

GREAT THURSDAY EVENING • APRIL 5
Matins with the Twelve Passion Gospels, 7 PM with Bishop Anthony
We walk with our Lord through the Passion. A procession with the Cross commemorates Christ’s voluntary Crucifixion.

GREAT FRIDAY • APRIL 6
Royal Hours, 10 AM with Bishop Anthony
Church School Retreat, 12 PM 
Un-nailing Vespers, 3 PM
We try to spend this day in Church, heeding our Lord’s words to “watch and pray.” During Vespers, Christ is taken down from the Cross and placed in the decorated tomb. Children may be excused from school for the day for services and for a chat with Father before the afternoon service.

GREAT FRIDAY EVENING • APRIL 6
Resurrectional Matins of Christ’s Funeral, 7 PM with Bishop Anthony
We join Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus and the Myrrh-bearing Women to sing in Praise of the buried Christ, and we process with the Bier and passing under it as if joining Christ in the tomb.

GREAT SATURDAY MORNING • APRIL 7
Liturgy of St. Basil, 10 AM with Bishop Anthony
As we keep vigil, the Victory of Christ over death and his Resurrection ‘explode’ with throwing of the leaves of victory. Please bring your children to this service. Breakfast will follow.

THE RESURRECTION • SATURDAY, APRIL 7 / SUNDAY, APRIL 8
RUSH/MATINS/LITURGY, 11 PM with Bishop Anthony
We receive the new Light and the Good News that “Christ is Risen.” Please bring dyed-red eggs. You may also bring Easter Baskets to be blessed for enjoyment and sharing after Liturgy. Our parish council will also serve additional food to break the Fast.

AGAPE VESPERS • SUNDAY, MAY 8
Love Vespers, 3 PM • Egg Hunt • Pitch-in Feast with Bishop Anthony
The Good News (Gospel) of the Resurrection will be proclaimed in as many languages as possible. A sign-up list will be posted during Holy Week for you to read any language you know (we might have the text available, if you don’t). 
Bring your family and something to share, and let’s all enjoy food, music and dancing together! We will also have the Egg Hunt for the children.

 

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Thank you, Fr. Nabil. I thought of your parish as we attended a 5 hour vigil at St Monica with countless baptisms, confirmations and 1st holy communions! It was bilingual Spanish/English with a touch of French and a little Latin which made it lengthier. Our son, Viny was lead server and will be ordained transitional deacon this Saturday. Happy Holy Week to you!

Well just remember , Christ was crucified on a Wednesday anyway.. He was in the belly of the The great fish Three days and three nights. The sight of Jonah

What an awesome posting Fr.Nabil, I love the Easter greeting you sent to our fellow Christians ,from other Denomination,have a blessed Palm Sunday🌴🌺🦋

Congratulations on the Bishop being with you Holy Week, God Bless you!!! Happy Palm Sunday!!!

Thank you Fr. Nabil for the greeting. Have a blessed day.

Jodi, are you attending St. George?

Thanks for that excellent and blessed explanation. AMEYN and God Bless.

Amen

Happy Easter to you Fr. Nabil

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