HOLY RESURRECTION ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL
(Orthodox Church in America)
591 North Main Street Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH COMMUNITY!

HOLY RESURRECTION ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL is a parish community of the Diocese of Philadelphia & Eastern Pennsylvania of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA). Our bishop, Archbishop MARK (Maymon), provides spiritual oversight for our community. The parish community was founded in 1892 by Fr. Alexis Toth (now a canonized saint in the Orthodox Church).

UPCOMING EVENTS...
                          Join your Diocesan Family this coming Sunday for a Diocesan Picnic this coming Sunday:
 
It's a nice time to meet up with other Orthodox Christians from throughout the area. 
 
When             This coming Sunday, July 14, from 1pm – 6pm
WhereKnoebels Amusement Resort, 391 Knoebels Blvd, Elysburg, PA 17824, USA (map)
DescriptionEveryone meet at Pavilion K; Pay only $5 for the 6 pm meal
 
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Please join us for an Archpastoral visit with Archbishop Mark:

Saturday August 31  Vespers @ 4:00 p.m. 

Sunday Septemper 1  Divine Liturgy @ 9:00 a.m.

On Sunday September 1, Archpriest Vladimir Petorak will be awarded the Mitre by his Emminence Archbishop Mark.

All are welcome including clergy to come and congratulate Fr. Vladimir and to join us following Divine Liturgy at the parish rectory for our annual picnic and some fellowship.  

WORSHIP, PRAYER and SERVICE SCHEDULE
Regular Weekly Services (Unless otherwise noted)

Saturday-  Great Vespers 4:00 pm 

Sunday-    Prayer of the Hours 8:40 am  &  Divine Liturgy 9:00 am 

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

Major Feast Days -  Divine Liturgy 9:00 am

 

Rector: Fr. Gregory G. White Sr. 570-822-7725 gregory.white@stots.edu

Archpriest Vladimir Petorak: Pastor Emeritus

Protodeacon: Sergei Kapral

Mr. John Hawranick Jr.: Choir Director, 570-900-1699 jhawranick@yahoo.com 

Mr. Michael Pieck: Board of Directors President

Catechism Classes - For those who are interested in joining the Orthodox Church instruction classes are offered on a continual / rotating basis. For more information contact Fr. Gregory at 570-822-7725 or email him at:  gregory.white@stots.edu

 

Study Group

Study group on, Acquiring the Mind of Christ, by Archimandrite Serguis, Tuesday nights 6:30 p.m. Bring your Orthodox Study Bible! 

ABOUT THE UPCOMING FEAST...
Upcoming

20

Jul

Saturday

Prophet Elijah
4:00 Great Vespers

21

Jul

Sunday

8:40 Prayer of the Hours
9:00 9:00 am Divine Liturgy

27

Jul

Saturday

4:00 Great Vespers

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Holy Resurrection Cathedral is part of the Diocese of Eastern Pennsylvania, which is presided over by The Most Reverend Mark (Maymon), Archbishop of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania. Our mission is bringing the joy of Christ's resurrection to those who have never heard the Good News, and to strengthen and encourage the faithful who reside within Wilkes-Barre and the local area. 

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