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Unmercenary Physician Thallelaios at Aegae in Cilicia and his companions, Martyrs Alexander and Asterios
Unmercenary Physician Thallelaios at Aegae in Cilicia and his companions, Martyrs Alexander and Asterios

The Martyrs Thallelaios (Thallélaios), Alexander, and Asterios (Astérios) lived during the reign of Emperor Numerian (283-284). The prefect Theodore of the city of Aegea in Cilicia sent soldiers out to search for Christians. They brought him an eighteen-year-old young man named Thallelaios. In…

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Uncovering of the relics of Saint Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow and Wonderworker of All Russia
Uncovering of the relics of Saint Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow and Wonderworker of All Russia

The Uncovering of the Relics of Saint Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow and All Rus. Before his blessed repose in 1378 Saint Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow, left instructions to place his body in the Chudov (Miracle of the Archangel Michael) monastery in the Kremlin. He designated a burial place…

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Blessed Dovmont (Timothy), Prince of Pskov
Blessed Dovmont (Timothy), Prince of Pskov

The Holy Prince Dovmont (Domant) of Pskov, prince of Nalshinaisk (Nalshensk), was a native of Lithuania, and at first he was a pagan. In 1265, escaping from internecine strife among the Lithuanian princes, he was forced to flee Lithuania and he arrived in Pskov with 300 families. The land of Pskov…

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Martyr Asclas of Egypt

The Holy Martyr Asclas was a Christian, born in the city of Great Hermopolis (Middle Egypt). The saint suffered under Diocletian (284-305). Brought before the governor Arrian, Saint Asclas boldly confessed his faith and refused to offer sacrifice to the pagan gods. The saint predicted to Arrian…

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Glorification of Venerable Zabulon and Sosanna, parents of Saint Nino, Enlightener of Georgia
Glorification of Venerable Zabulon and Sosanna, parents of Saint Nino, Enlightener of Georgia

According to Holy Tradition, Saint Nino and Great-martyr George were blood relatives. At the same time as Saint George’s martyrdom, a certain nobleman, the servant of God Zabulon, arrived in Rome from Cappadocia. Zabulon began to serve in the emperor’s army, and before long he was…

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Venerable Stephen of Piperi, Serbia

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Saint Lydia of Philippi
Saint Lydia of Philippi

While Saint Paul was at Troas, he beheld a certain Macedonian in a dream (Acts 16:9), who entreated him, “Come over to Macedonia and help us.” He heeded this voice as if it were the voice of God, and he decided to journey to Macedonia without delay, accompanied by Saints Timothy, Silas,…

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Confession schedule can be found in the bulletin OR by clicking here: Monthly Calendar For those who are hesitant to worship in person, Fr. David is available to meet with you, either at home or in church, to participate in the Sacraments of Holy Confession and Communion. Please email or call Fr. David to set up an appointment.  
 
Schemick-Tolls Scholarship - Please click here for --> DETAILS <-- and information regarding scholarship money available to your child!!!
 
The Men's Club  invites you to join them for an Atlantic City Bus Trip to the Resorts Hotel & Casino  on Tues May 21. Cost is $35, which includes $18 free slot play, as well as refreshments on the bus. Departure is from the Whitehead Ave. parking lot at 9 a.m. For reservations, contact Peter Silowka (732)735-6540.
 
The Annual Memorial Day Panihida, honoring all of the departed veterans of our parish will be served at our Cemetery on Monday, May 27th at 8:00AM sharp.  If you know of any recently deceased or forgotten servicemen/women who should be included on the memorial list, please contact Fr. David at the rectory.
 

Summer Concert, presented by the South River Balalaika Orchestra,  will be held in the auditorium of South River High School on Sunday, June 2nd, beginning at 2:00PM. An afternoon of Old World music will be offered. Tickets are $20/person; $10 for children under 12. Additional info is posted on the bulletin board in the vestibule, or contact Mike Steffaro (michaelsteffaro@comcast.net) or (908)812-3671. Deadline for advanced tickets is Fri., May 24.

The Men's Club is pleased to host its Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Sat. June 15th. This delicious fundraising event will be held in the church hall from 5-8pm.  (Note: Vespers will be served at 4pm.) Come and enjoy good food and fellowship! Cost is $15 per dinner for adults, and $8 for children 14 and under. The meal will include spaghetti with meat sauce, sausage, meatball, salad, dessert and coffee/tea. Soda and water will be available for purchase at this BYOB affair. There will also be a small basket raffle. Tickets are available from any club member, at the door or by contacting Phil at (908)331-1297. All are invited--- Mangiara!

Church School Closing/Graduate Recognition Exercises will be held after Liturgy on Sunday June 16th.

FOOD CARD PROGRAM : Food cards are available for various supermarket chains after Divine Liturgy, and do not cost any more than the face value of the card. The church receives a percentage as a free fundraiser! See Judy Znaiden in church or at jznaiden@optonline.net.
 
MEETING DATES:

Church School: TODAY

Altar Society: May 20th @6:30 (Hall)

Parish Council: TBD@7:30PM (Hall)

Choir Rehearsal: May 21st @7:00PM (Church)

Men's Club: Thurs June 20th @ 7:00 (Hall) - 


Saturday, May 25
6:00 Confessions
7:00 Vespers
Sunday, May 26
9:00 Divine Liturgy
Saturday, June 1
6:00 Confessions
7:00 Vespers
Sunday, June 2
9:00 Divine Liturgy
Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church / South River, NJ / 732-257-0102