News and Announcements

  • 1/19/2017 The Great Feast of Theophany (Blessing of the Waters) 9:40 am - Hours 10:00 am - Divine Liturgy followed by the Great Blessing of the Water.
  • 1/18/2017 Theophany / Крещение Господне Eve & The Great Feast of Theophany (Blessing of the Waters) Schedule of services: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - Eve of Theophany (Blessing of the Waters) 8:30 am - Royal Hours 10:00 am - St. Basil's the Great Divine Liturgy w/ Vespers - followed by the Great Blessing of the Water. 6:00 PM - All Night Vigil w/ Great Compline & Polyeleos w/ Litia
  • 1/15/2017 Feast of Saint Seraphim His Grace Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan will be serving the Divine Liturgy for the lesser patronal feast at Novo-Diveevo. Saturday, January 14, 2017 6:00 pm - All Night Vigil, Theophany Triodion (Tripesnets), Polyeleos, Akafist Sunday, January 15, 2017 8:30 am - Akafist with Blessing of Water 9:30 am - Greeting of the Bishop 10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy There will be a trapeza following the service. All are welcome!
  • 1/13/2017 Julian Calendar New Year On Saturday, January 14, 2017 the Church celebrates the Circumcision of our Lord & St. Basil the Great. This is also the Julian Calendar New Year. There will be a Moleben served at midnight Saturday morning.
  • 1/9/2017 Feast of Saint Seraphim On Sunday, January 15, His Grace Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan will be serving the Divine Liturgy for the lesser patronal feast at Novo-Diveevo.
  • 1/7/2017 The Great Feast of the Nativity (Orthodox Christmas) 9:40 AM – Hours 10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy Orthodox that are preparing to partake in the Communion of the Holy Mysteries of Christ must give their confession the evening before receiving Holy Communion. For those people that are unable to attend evening services, please arrive before the start of the Hours for confession. Persons partaking of Holy Communion cannot eat nor drink as of midnight until after Communion.
  • 1/6/2017 The Eve Of The Nativity Of Our Lord 6:30 PM - All Night Vigil w/ Great Compline & Polyeleos Orthodox that are preparing to partake in the Communion of the Holy Mysteries of Christ must give their confession the evening before receiving Holy Communion. For those people that are unable to attend evening services, please arrive before the start of the Hours for confession. Persons partaking of Holy Communion cannot eat nor drink as of midnight until after Communion.
  • 12/30/2016 If you visited Novo-Diveevo this past weekend, you may have noticed that the clergy and altar servers were dressed in purple vestments. This is for a subtle reminder of lent during the next two weeks leading up to the Nativity. Even though the West is in the midst of Christmas and New Year celebrations and these events are tied in with families, friends and co-workers it is still the Advent Lent for us. Please be mindful of this fact as temptations surround all of us. Glory to God! May the Lord bless you all! This Sunday the Liturgy is at 10:00 am The Feast of the Nativity of our Lord (Orthodox Christmas) is Saturday January 7, 2017
  • 12/25/2016 As most of Western Christianity and New Calendarists celebrate the birth of Christ today, we remember the life of St. Herman of Alaska. May everyone celebrating either holiday have a blessed day. Glory to God! Morning service at Novo-Diveevo St. Herman of Alaska 9:00 am – Hours 9:20 am - Akafist 10:00 am – Divine Liturgy
  • 12/20/2016 St. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan

Church Schedule

  • March 19

    Hours 8:30 am; Liturgy 8:50 am; Vespers 6:00 pm

  • March 20

    Hours 8:10 am; Liturgy 8:50 am; Vespers 6:00 pm

  • March 21

    Hours 9:40 am; Liturgy 10:00 am; Lunch-in to follow

  • April 2

    5th Sunday of Great Lent
    St. Mary of Egypt

  • April 8

    Lazarus Saturday

  • April 9

    PALM SUNDAY
    The Entrance of our Lord into Jerusalem

  • April 12

    Great Wednesday

    Mar. 30
    St. John of the Ladder

  • April 13

    Great and Holy Thursday
    Evening service: Twelve Passion Gospels

    Mar. 31
    St. Innocent of Alaska

  • April 14

    Great and Holy Friday
    Bringing Out of the Shroud

  • April 14

    April 1
    St. Mary of Egypt