Newsletter for the week of June 11, 2021
- COVID UPDATE: In accordance with the lifting of COVID Restrictions in Massachusetts (as of 5/29), we are opening to 100% Capacity. For the safety of all, we ask that you continue to wear your masks, refrain from physical contact (touching icons, Kiss of Peace, etc), and stay home if you have a cold or cough. More information here..
CURRENTLY AT ST. MARY’S
- Blessed Ascension!
- Scripture Reading for Sunday June 13, 2021
- Volunteers still needed, more information below.
•All Divine Services held in St. Mary’s Church can be seen live-streamed from the following Links: St. Mary Live , St. Mary Facebook, St. Mary YouTube
DONATIONS TO THE CHURCH
•One-time donations to the church (For the Good Health of, In Memory of, etc.) can be made on our website using this form.
•In addition to bank ACH transfers, we now accept credit cards for these donations, but ask that you kindly check the box to cover the 2.6% fee incurred by the church for this convenience. For pledge contributions, please sign up for eGive to make ACH transfers.
WE NEED YOU! Volunteers are needed to assist with some of the technical responsibilities at the church. Please contact Fr. Antony or Raymond Sayeg if interested.
- Website Maintenance
- Social Media Maintenance and Monitoring
- Sermon Editing and Posting on Web and Social Media
- Occasional Tech Support, Layout, and Graphic Design Work for Various Church Ministries
"And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me."
"Coming forth as a bridegroom out of his chamber, he rejoiceth as a giant to run his course. His going forth is from the uttermost part of heaven, and his circuit even unto the end of it again.”
"Christ overturned the devil through suffering and his flesh which he offered as a sacrifice to the Father, as a pure and altogether holy victim—how great is his gift!—and reconciled God to our human race … Since he gave his blood, which was sinless and therefore guiltless, as a ransom for us who were liable to punishment because of our sins, he redeemed us from our guilt."
-St. Gregory Palamas