Archpastoral Visit of Metropolitan Tikhon

His Beatitude Metropolitan Tikhon will visit Christ the Savior here in Berlin, MD from August 25-27 to: 1) elevate our mission to parish status, 2) celebrate the 90th birthday of Fr. Daniel, and 3) to lead the annual Diocesan Day. We warmly welcome all who are able to come and celebrate with us!

The event schedule is as follows:

Friday, August 25th
6:00pm:  Vespers

Saturday, August 26th
9:30am Hours
10:00am:  Hierarchical Liturgy
1:00pm:  Barbeque / Pool Party / Fellowship
3:00pm:  Spiritual discussion with the Metropolitan
4:00pm:  Vespers

Sunday, August 27th
8:40am:  Hours
9:00am:  Divine Liturgy with Metropolitan Tikhon
11:00am:  Luncheon / Pool Party

Please be sure to set aside these dates and let others know as well.

We look forward to celebrating with you and together giving thanks to Almighty God for all of His blessings! 

Christ the Savior Orthodox Church
10315 Carey Road
Berlin, MD 21811
302-537-6055


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What is the Orthodox Church?

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