Holy Resurrection Orthodox Cathedral

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Welcome to Our Parish!

HOLY RESURRECTION ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL is a parish community of the Diocese of Philadelphia & Eastern Pennsylvania of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA). Our bishop is Archbishop MARK (Maymon), who provides spiritual oversight for our community. The parish community was founded in 1894 by Fr. Alexis Toth (now a canonized saint in the Orthodox Church).

 

 

Holy Resurrection Cathedral exists for the purpose of worshiping and glorifying Almighty God; the Father, the Son Jesus Christ & the Holy Spirit. It confesses & proclaims the Orthodox Christian Faith which was "once and for all delivered to the saints." (Jude 3) Our Faith is that faith which was given by Jesus Christ to His Apostles and was and is preserved by the Martyrs, the Saints and all the Faithful. 

 

We invite you to come and experience Jesus Christ with us.

 

Sunday, June 28, 2015 (Venerable Sergius & Herman of Valaam)

8:45 am  Prayer of the Hours

9:00 am  Divine Liturgy

 

 

Service Schedule

Regular Weekly Services

Saturday-  Great Vespers 5:00 pm (Sept to May )  6:00 pm (June to Aug)  (followed by                         holy Confession)

Sunday-    Prayer of the Hours 8:45 am  &  Divine Liturgy 9:00 am 

Wednesday - Vespers 6:00 pm (followed by Bible Study at 6:45 pm)

Eve of Major Feast Days - Great Vespers 6:00 pm (followed by holy Confession)

Major Feast Days -  Divine Liturgy 9:00 am

          (For more details on weekly services please call Fr. Timothy at 508-713-3887)

 

BIBLE STUDY

The HROC Bible Study is presently studying the Gospel of Mark and is taught by Fr. Timothy Cremeens. Fr. Timothy has been teaching the Bible since 1972 to young children, teenagers, college students and interested adults.

The study is  a verse-by-verse explanation with plenty of time given to questions & group discussion. All you need is to bring your Bible, an open heart and an open mind. (The Orthodox Study Bible will be the normative text).

"Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ." St. Jerome

Everyone is welcome AND encouraged to come and bring a friend!

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