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Sunday After Theophany

Blessing with Holy Water from Theophany - 01/10/10

On Sunday, January 10th, the church and its members were blessed with the holy water sanctified on Theophany. Following the Divine Liturgy, the church school lesson was on how Christ blessed the water of the Jordan River by His Baptism. After the class the children made beautifully decorated jars to bring the holy water to their homes for use by their families.

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