Assumption of the Holy Virgin
Pan-Orthodox Church
Philadelphia, PA
Service Schedule

Great Vespers: Saturday 5:00 PM

Reading of the Hours: Sunday 9:30 AM

Divine Liturgy: Sunday 10:00 AM

Monthly Panikhida: 1st Sunday of the Month (after Divine Liturgy)

Bible Study: 2nd Tuesday of the Month

Church Life Discussion: 4th Sunday of the Month (NO Classes during July or August)


Weekly News
 
Saturday September 23, 2017 Great Vespers 5:00 PM
 
Sunday September 24, 2017 Reading of Hours 9:30 AM and Divine Liturgy 10:00 AM
 
Sunday September 24 - Church Life Discussion Class after Divine Liturgy.  The Topic: Icons, Iconography, and Iconostas. Its history and the stories displayed on them.
  
 
 

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