St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox SoborSt. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Sobor
Upcoming Services
August 23,
6:00PM Great Vespers

August 24,
9:10AM Hours
9:30AM Divine Liturgy

August 30,
6:00PM Great Vespers

Sunday, August 24

11th SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

Tone 2. Hieromartyr Eutychius, disciple of St. John the Theologian (1st c.). Translation of the Relics of St. Peter, Metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia (1479). Ven. Arsenius, Abbot of Komel (Vologda—1550). Martyr Tation (Tatio) of Claudiopolis (305). Virgin Martyr Cyra of Persia (558).

Please direct all inquiries to the church office.

*In an emergency contact Fr. Vincent at (780) 288-5347

Additional Parking
is available Sunday morning at the Continental Inn parking lot – 166 St. and 100 Ave. If you expect to park there
regularly remember to place a parking permit card on your dash. Parking permits are available on the candle desk in the narthex.

Announcements:

It’s Celebration Time Again!

Senior’s summer birthdays: June 31 – September 30

Luncheon @ 12 noon, Wednesday, August 27

Continental Inn

Buffet (including tax & gratuity) - $18.00

See you there!

Sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the Narthex.

Thank You!

Lil :)

Exploring the Feasts of the Church

Starting Wednesday, September 10, Fr. Vincent will be starting a series of weekly Bible Studies exploring the 12 major feasts of the Orthodox Church. Each week we will look at one feast (including its Scripture readings, icon, and hymns) and explore what it means to our lives today. St. John of Kronstadt once said: “We should not allow ourselves to celebrate any Christian feast without seriously considering: what is its meaning and what is its purpose; what is our responsibility toward it? … Then the feast will become profitable for our soul’s salvation.” This Bible Study will take place downstairs in the Church fellowship hall on Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to join us for these educational and inspirational studies.

Archdiocesan Assembly

An Archdiocesan Assembly will be taking place Thursday, October 2, 2014 in Ottawa. The purpose of this one-day assembly will be to vote on whether or not our Canadian Archdiocese approves of the nomination of His Grace Bishop Irénée to become our ruling Bishop. In addition to the priest, our parish will also send one lay delegate to represent the parish.

Special Parish Meeting of Stewards

A vote to determine who will represent our parish at this year’s Archdiocesan assembly will take place at a special meeting following the Divine Liturgy Sunday, August 31.

Free ESL and Computer Classes

ESL (LINC program) and Computer Literacy program take place in St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Sobor on Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. starting Monday, September 15, 2014. These programs are possible thanks to funding received from ECALA (Edmonton Community Adult Learning Association). To register please call (780) 468-7157

Orthodox Women’s Retreat 2014

“The Bible, Our Book”

Guest Speaker: Father David Hovik

Where: Entheos Retreat Centre
242032 Range Road 40

When: September 19-21, 2014

Deadline to register: September 1, 2014

For more information please see the pamphlet/registration form in the narthex.

ST. HERMAN'S MEMORIAL FUND

The St. Herman's Memorial Fund is a way to remember the faithful departed by family and friends who want to pay tribute to a life well lived. You may donate funds to a specific parish project, or to the general memorial fund. Funds donated to the general memorial fund ensures that the legacy of our loved ones will live on, as the money will be used to help fund various ministries of the parish, and to help provide training for our leaders. Please consider donating to this fund in memory of your loved ones. You are also encouraged to remember our parish in your estate planning.

 
Contact Us
Phone: (780) 484-9804

9930-167 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5P 4W7

Church office hours:
12 - 4PM Mon - Fri

Iconography
St. John of Kronstadt
Words of Wisdom
Our wickedness shall not overpower the unspeakable goodness and mercy of God; our dullness shall not overpower God's wisdom, nor our infirmity God's omnipotence.
- St. John of Kronstadt