Theophany: Schedule of Divine Services
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The schedule of divine services for the celebration of the Theophany of our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ is as follows.

  • Tue
    5Jan

    9:00am Vesperal Liturgy
    7:00pm Matins; Blessing of Water
  • Wed
    6Jan

    THEOPHANY OF THE LORD
    9:00am Div. Liturgy
  • Thu
    7Jan

    Synaxis of the Baptist
    9:00am Akathist
  • Sat
    9Jan

    6:00pm Vespers
  • Sun
    10Jan

    Sunday After Theophany
    9:00am Div. Liturgy
  • Mon
    11Jan

    7:00pm Memorial: Fr. Christian Lesinsky
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Christ the Savior Orthodox Church
10315 Carey Road
Berlin, MD 21811
302-537-6055


  • Wed
    27Jan

    7:00pm Bible Zoom
  • Fri
    29Jan

    7:00pm Reading Group
  • Sat
    30Jan

    Three Holy Hierarchs
    6:00pm Vespers

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Funeral & Burial: Monk Christian - 01/12/21

On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, the funeral and burial of Monk Christian (Lesinsky) took place at Christ the Savior Orthodox Church and Evergreen Cemetery in Berlin, MD. Sincere appreciation is expressed to everyone who assisted with the divine services and/or donated to help with the burial costs. May Father Christian's memory be eternal! May his soul dwell among the Righteous!



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