Holy Wednesday, March 23
6:00 PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts
Holy Thursday, March 24
11:00 AM Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great Institution of the Holy Eucharist
Holy and Good Friday, March 25
Feast of the Annunciation of the Mother of God
10:30 AM Vespers and Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, Funeral Procession, Entombment of Our Lord Jesus, Exposition of the “Plashchanytsia”, Burial Shroud of Jesus Christ
Holy Saturday, March 26
2:30 PM Blessing of Easter Food, Visits to the Grave of Jesus
6:30 PM Resurrection Procession & Matins Solemn Divine Liturgy, Myrovannya, Festal Anointing
Easter Sunday, March 27
11:00 AM Solemn Divine, Myrovannya, Festal Anointing
2016 SCHEDULE – STATIONS OF THE CROSS
On Sundays of Great Lent In Our Wyoming Valley Parishes
February 14, Wilkes-Barre, Ss. Peter & Paul
February 21, Plymouth, Ss. Peter & Paul
February 28, Glen Lyon, St. Nicholas
March 6, Nanticoke, Transfiguration
March 13, Edwardsville, St. Vladimir
Stations begin at 4 p.m.,
Led by Wyoming Valley Ukrainian Catholic Laymen of our parishes.
Refreshments and fellowship follow.
Our thanks to everyone who came out to support our piggie/holubtsi dinner.
And to all of our parishioners and friends who helped out in any way, thanks for your help over a long couple of days.
Mark your calendars for next year, February 26th, 2017.
Sunday, February 7th, 2016
Serving 11:30am – 2:00pm
Adults $11; Children 12 and under $5.
Reservation suggested, call (570) 829-3051.
Tickets will be available at the door.
Piggie Dinner Flyer Piggie Dinner Menu
CHRISTMAS 2015 at SS. PETER & PAUL CHURCH
Thursday, December 24
10:30 p.m. Great Compline (Z namy Boh – God is With Us)
& Christmas Eve Divine Liturgy – Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Friday, December 25
10:30 a.m. Christmas Divine Liturgy – Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ
and plan to attend Our 22nd Annual Christmas Carol Sing Along, Sunday, December 13th, 2015 starting at 2 p.m.
… to everyone who came out to help with our sixteenth Turkey-Fest. This event does not happen without the committed efforts of many people every year. Thanks to everyone who gathered and donated prizes, who donated food and helped with food prep, who donated cleaning supplies and helped cleaning, who made calls to coordinate workers and who came to work, who came to eat and who served the meal, who bought a chance and who gave out a prize, who greeted our guests and wished them good night, who decorated the hall and who helped clean up, who came early and who left late… This was one of the best years we have had in some time with this event, we served 332 meals in the five hours that we were open, which averages out to better than a meal a minute.