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Sunday, July 7: Combined Liturgy at Holy Trinity Cathedral

Subsequent to our six-month sojourn with Holy Trinity when we were under construction, we established an annual tradition of getting back together for a Sunday Liturgy each summer, alternating locations. This year, we will be at:

Holy Trinity Cathedral (3500 W. 106th St, Carmel)
Matins 8:15 am • Divine Liturgy 9:30 am
Sunday, July 7
There will be NO services at St. George on July 7.

This will also be our opportunity to bid farewell to Fr. Bill Bartz, who has been so gracious to us, as he retires the end of July. He and Presbytera Emily will be moving to Virginia.
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Sunday, July 7: Combined Liturgy at Holy Trinity Cathedral

Subsequent to our six-month sojourn with Holy Trinity when we were under construction, we established an annual tradition of getting back together for a Sunday Liturgy each summer, alternating locations. This year, we will be at:

Holy Trinity Cathedral (3500 W. 106th St, Carmel) 
Matins 8:15 am • Divine Liturgy 9:30 am 
Sunday, July 7
There will be NO services at St. George on July 7.

This will also be our opportunity to bid farewell to Fr. Bill Bartz, who has been so gracious to us, as he retires the end of July. He and Presbytera Emily will be moving to Virginia.

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A lovely tradition

We celebrate the Feast the Apostles Peter and Paul Saturday morning, June 29:
9 am Matins • 10 am Divine Liturgy

NOTE: On account of the Spark!Fishers festival happening Saturday, you may want to find a route to church that doesn’t take you on 116th Street through downtown Fishers.

The Chiefs of the Apostles, Peter and Paul, are co-founders of the Church of Antioch, which launched them on their missionary journeys.
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We celebrate the Feast the Apostles Peter and Paul Saturday morning, June 29:
9 am Matins • 10 am Divine Liturgy

NOTE: On account of the Spark!Fishers festival happening Saturday, you may want to find a route to church that doesn’t take you on 116th Street through downtown Fishers.

The Chiefs of the Apostles, Peter and Paul, are co-founders of the Church of Antioch, which launched them on their missionary journeys.

Join us, as we celebrate with Liturgy on the eve of the Great FEAST OF THE ASCENSION, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 5.

This 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.

“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)
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Join us, as we celebrate with Liturgy on the eve of the Great FEAST OF THE ASCENSION, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 5.

This 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. 

“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)

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Amen

Amen Hala is picking g me up for Sunday blessing

We have another great celebration Monday: Feast of St. George. Liturgy at 10 am April 29, and some of the area clergy will be joining us in a concelebration.
Since April 23, his actual day, fell during Holy Week, the Liturgical celebration is moved to Bright Monday.
(This mosaic adorns the transom above the great doors of the church.)
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We have another great celebration Monday: Feast of St. George. Liturgy at 10 am April 29, and some of the area clergy will be joining us in a concelebration.
Since April 23, his actual day, fell during Holy Week, the Liturgical celebration is moved to Bright Monday. 
(This mosaic adorns the transom above the great doors of the church.)
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10748 E. 116th Street
Fishers, Indiana 46037
Office: (317) 845-7755
[email protected]
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Matins: Sun 8:50am
Divine Liturgy: Sun 10:00am
Vespers: Wed 6:30pm
Great Vespers: Sat 5:00pm
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