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Palm Sunday

On Palm Sunday, April 5th, the faithful gathered to celebrate the Lord's Entrance into Jerusalem. The church was packed with record attendance for this highly festive day. During the Divine Liturgy, Michelle and Rylee Elizabeth Miller were received into the Orthodox Church through Holy Chrismation. Following the beautiful divine services, a traditional Bakaliaro fish meal was offered in honor of the Feast and the newly-illumined handmaidens of God. May they and all of us see the good things of Jerusalem all the days of our lives! Glory be to God for all things!

Audio - Sermon
Entering the Fullness of Grace and Truth (20:02) - 4/5/15


Photos

Palm Sunday Liturgy - 04/05/15

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Chrismation of Michelle and Rylee Elizabeth - 04/05/15

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Bakaliaro Fish Meal - 04/05/15

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