Join us to celebrate Palm Sunday on Sunday April 9 after liturgy.
The menu will feature pita and h'ors doevures, our traditional baked cod with tomato and onions, rice pilaf, vegetables and salad plus dessert coffee, soda and wine.
$30 Adults [15 and up] ~ Free Children under 15
Sign up at Candle Stand or call Audrey Fatsy - home  268-8243 or cell  394-3059
Cutoff for Reservations is April 2nd and reservations are recommended, pre-paid, preferred
Click here for copy of Palm Sunday flyer to send to family and friends
A memory from Palm Sunday in 2019........
Before we went downstairs for our Annual Fish Dinner - Fr. George waved his palms and began singing "Happy 10th Anniversary" to us! We marked ten years in our Easton CT home.
Click here for the video of our celebration
- Pre-Sanctified Liturgy will be held every Wednesday at 6:00
- Akathist Hymns will be held every Friday at 6:00
- If you wish to take confession, please contact Fr George at 203-268-8237 (Church) or 203-895-5464 (Cell)
- The Pan-Orthodox Vespers will be held every Sunday at 4:00pm during Lent. The schedule is available on our Calendar page
Lenten Services - All at 10:00 am
|Holy Week - At 6:00 pm - unless otherwise noted|
10:00 AM Holy Liturgy
6:00 PM Reading of 12 Gospels with Procession and Vigil at the Cross
9:00 AM Hours
3:00 PM Placing of Holy Epitaph
6:30 PM Lamentations and Procession (Note time)
10:00 AM Divine Liturgy of St Basil
11:30 PM - Resurrection Service
12:00 Midnight Paschal Divine Liturgy follows Resurrection Service continued from Saturday night
11:00 AM Agape Vespers followed by Social hour
The red is said to represent summer (heat) and the white is winter (cold) with the combination marking the turning point in the season.
The Martisor is worn by women throughout March as it is believed they bring strength and health in the coming year. At the end of March, the Martisor threads are tied on a branch of a fruit tree as that is supposed to bring wealth and prosperity.
Thank you for everyone Caraga We wish to continue the new tradition that commenced two years ago due to Covid. In lieu of food (or do both) please consider donating the following list of requested kitchen items:
Items may be left on the table in the kitchen. If you cannot attend church on Saturday, we will gratefully accept these donations at any time. Thank you very much!
Congratulations to our Parish Council President, Peter (Spiro) C. Fatsy and the rest of our Parish Council members who sworn in after Liturgy on February 19, 2023. A full list of officers and Parish Council members is available under the Administration tab.
If you were unable to attend the meeting or if your would like to review information, here are the individual reports:
- 2022 Report from Fr. George Coca
- 2022 Report from Parish Council President, Mr. Peter C. (Spiro) Fatsy
- 2022 Report from Ladies Auxilliary President, Ms. Diana Nicola
- 2022 Report from Sunday School Superintendent, Ms. Linda Soper-Kolton
Special thanks to our vegan chef and Sunday School Superintendent, Linda Soper-Kolton for her cooking demonstration at our recent Ladies Auxiliary meeting.Below is the link to an interview on Channel 11/WPIX featuring vegan Thanksgiving options. The first segment appears in the main part of the page. The second segment will play in a smaller box on the right side of the page.Click here for link to the article and interview https://pix11.com/news/morning/plant-based-recipes-for-a-fully-vegan-thanksgiving-dinner/Thank you Linda
Many parishioners have been expressing a desire to have candles lit and prayers said for them. Click the "Prayers and Virtual Candles" tab above (it will appear white when you mouse over it.)
- Request Candles be lit
- Submit Prayer Requests (confidential between you and Fr George)
- Make Donations
For additional information click this link for a pdf outlining step by step instructions.
St. Dimitrie 's new icons are in the Pulse Section of Saturday's (8/31/13) CT Post! See the article "Creative Gifts, Spirituality Shine in Icon Painter's Art"