- GREAT HOLY FRIDAY9:00 am Hours
3:00 pm Vespers - Placing Holy Epitaph and participation of Children in procession
6:00 pm Lamentations Service and Procession
- GREAT HOLY SATURDAY
10:00 am Divine Liturgy of St Basil11:30 pm Resurrection Service begins and continues into Paschal Divine Liturgy on Easter Sunday
12:00am Paschal Divine Liturgy (Continues)
11:00 AM Agape Vespers followed by reception and Easter Egg Hunt for children
- BRIGHT MONDAY10:00 AM Paschal Holy Liturgy
- 6:30 Bible Class
11:30 Living Our Faith
- The Life Giving Fount10:00 am Paschal Holy Liturgy
- 9:15 Matins
10:00 Divine Liturgy
Coffee Hour sponsored by Frank Polke IMO family (15 years)Holy Bread: Florence & MJ Costulas IMO Peter (would be 94th birthday)
- 6:30 Bible Class
- 11:30 Living Our Faith
Join us as we take the journey of Lazarus Saturday and Palm Sunday through Holy Week and on to Pascha and the Resurrection
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Andrew Adam, age 81 of Milford, passed away on April 20, 2019. Born in Bridgeport on January 18, 1938, son of the late Aristidi Adam and Doxia Spau Adam, Mr. Adam was a Milford Town resident for most of his life. He was a graduate of Bassick High School "Class of 1955", Andrew served in the US Army National Guard and later graduated from the University of Bridgeport.
He went on to work for Bunker Ramo Co., the Department of Defense and later for the Kennedy Center from which he retired. Andy enjoyed the outdoors, especially golfing and hiking, he liked travel and had done several African safaris, he was an avid UConn Huskies fan and had been to many of their games, Andy was a kind man with a warm smile, he was devoted to St. Dimitrie Orthodox Church and could be seen there on most Sundays, he previously served as Treasurer of the church. Most of all he loved the times that he spent with his family.
Survivors include his sons Andrew Paul Adam and his husband Andres Vilchez of West Haven, Michael Adam and his wife Christine Young of Easton and his daughter, Laurie Adam and her husband John Boudreau of Cheshire as well as several nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind his grandchildren Kyle, Jacob, Doxia and Isolde. He will be fondly remembered by his companion, Rita Singer.
He was predeceased by his sisters Stella Muzea and Jennie Gayda and his brother Thomas Adam.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 29, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. directly at St. Dimitrie Orthodox Church, 504 Sport Hill Rd., Easton with burial to follow in Lakeview Cemetery, Bridgeport with Full Military Honors. Calling hours will be on Monday morning at St. Dimitrie from 10:00 a.m.until the time of the service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Dimitries Church in Memory of Andrew Adam or the Alzheimer's Association. To sign an online register, order flowers or to get travel directions, please visit www.LeskoPolkeFuneralHome.com
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Donna Petro Peters
We now list the sponsors of Coffee Hour and Holy Bread on our Monthly Calendar. Click the here or go to Calendar of Events tab on the top of the page. Coffee Hour information will be listed in green and Holy Bread in orange. Multiple people can donate Holy Bread each week - but please contact the church office if you have questions about sponsoring a coffee hour.
Are you looking for meatless and dairy-free meal suggestions during Lent?
Our Sunday School teacher, and vegan chef extraordinaire, Linda Soper-Kolton offers her recipe blog to our community. All her recipes are meat- and dairy-free. You can even search for recipies by meal or specific ingredient.
Linda - Thank you for your sharing your gift with us
Prayers of gratitude flowed on Sunday, September 17 as we surprised Fr George and Psa Marian with a coffee hour on the fourteenth anniversary of his Ordination to the Priesthood. Parish Council president Bob Nicola commented that "we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Fr George and we wouldn't be the community we are if he wasn't here to lead us."
After a chorus of " God Grant You Many Years, " Ladies President Betsy Cipu presented Psa Marian with a bouquet of flowers. Fr. George reminded us "it takes a village and we have to remember to love each other, love the Lord and love this community."
"The people present are the main support of this parish and don't ever give that up. Bring your children, grandchildren and godchildren. Let this parish countinue when we are gone from here and our decendants take over for us."
La Multi Ani and Good Health to Fr George and Psa Marian from a grateful parish.
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