Parish announcements for the coming week

Christ is in our midst!

WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS! New parishioners are always welcomed in our parish. If someone wants to register with our parish please contact Father Iura Godenciuc at (203) 865-0388 or our financial secretary Natalia Chermak.

PARISH COFFEE HOUR: Dear parishioners and guests, after each Divine Liturgy, coffee and hard rolls are available in the church hall.

VIGIL LIGHT: This week the vigil light is offered by Christopher Komondy in memory of All deceased members of the Komondy family.

Asleep in the Lord:  Irina Leschuk Dubno fell asleep in the Lord on September 1, 2018, at home with her loving family. Irina was the beloved wife of Orest Dubno and the devoted and loving mother of Danna Dubno-Blowers and the late Gregory Dubno.  Please pray for the repose of her soul.  May her memory be eternal.

We have frozen Pyrohy for sale while supplies last. More information can be read here:

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: The Blessed Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Ukrainian Council will hold its next regular meeting on Monday September 10, at 7:00 p.m. in the church hall. All men of the parish are invited to attend.

The Connecticut State Ukrainian Day Committee wishes to thank those parishioners who attended last year’s Ukrainian Day Festival in Stamford, especially those who assisted us during the day or prepared food in their parishes. The Connecticut State Ukrainian Day Committee wishes to invite all parishioners to attend this year’ s Ukrainian Day Festival to be held on Sunday, September 9, 2018. This Festival is the 51st festival and a time to renew friendships of the past and make new ones. Please make an effort to attend. The Festival will be held on the grounds of St. Basil Seminary, 161 Glenbrook Rd., Stamford, CT. The day will begin with a Pontifical Divine Liturgy at 11:00 AM, celebrated by the Most Rev. Basil H. Losten, Bishop Emeritus. Immediately following the Divine Liturgy and throughout the day, Ukrainian food, picnic food and other refreshments will be available. In the afternoon, a lively and colorful program of Ukrainian dances, songs and music will take place, which will include dance groups from various areas of Connecticut and New York. Following the program there will be a Zabava until 8:00 PM. Tours will be given at the unique Ukrainian Museum on the grounds as well as the Diocesan Cultural Center and you can browse through the outdoor arts and crafts exhibits with over twenty vendors who have a variety of items for sale. Advance general admission tickets are $5 per person, 12 and over and are available from members of the committee in your parish or your pastor. Tickets purchased at the gate will be $10 per person. No food or liquor is to be brought onto the grounds of the festival, liquor will be confiscated by the Stamford police. This festival can only continue to exist if volunteers sign up to help out during the day. Please contact your pastor or members of the Ukrainian Day Committee in your parish to sign up. Please make that effort to volunteer; we need your assistance to continue this Festival, which helps sustain our Diocese, Seminary and our Ukrainian people.