Christ is in our midst!
This week’s vigil light is offered by Nina Baker & family in memory of Natalie Cybriwsky.
The New School Year 2019-2020 (Ridna Shkola) began on Saturday, September 21. Registration is open to all children; if there are any questions please contact Halia Lodynsky at 203-494-6278 for more information. Thank you.
The next meeting of Knights of Columbus Blessed Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Ukrainian Council will be held on Monday, October 7, 7:00 p.m. in the Holy Name Room. All men of the parish are invited to attend.
We have for sale frozen pierogies (varenyky): 2 dozen for $14.00. Purchases can be made after each Divine Liturgy.
Pyrohy Project schedule change: making pyrohy on November 16th instead of November 23rd.
The Immaculate Conception Society (Sestretsi) is cordially inviting all St. Michael’s Parishioners and friends to attend its Lasagna Dinner in Memory of Maria Sowa, to be held on Sunday, October 6, 12:00 noon, at our Parish church hall. Come to enjoy good food, desserts and the company of parishioners and friends. Tickets are $20.00 for adults and free admission to those under the age of 12. Please see Christine or Mary Beth Gawron for tickets.
Ukrainian American Veterans will hold our National Convention here in New Haven Thursday October 31st thru Saturday November 2nd. We expect 140 attendees at the convention and we are asking for your help to make this event a success. Please contact Post Commander Carl Harvey for further details and how you can help. Thank you!
St. Michael’s Day will be celebrated on November 24. On this day we will have only One Divine Liturgy at 10:30 a.m. After the Divine Liturgy, we will have a dinner and short program. All parishioners are cordially invited to this celebration. Tickets are available through Miss Luba Dubno. Tickets are $25.00 for adults, $10.00 for youth between 14and 18. Free for students Ridna Shkola, altar boys
SEE SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING: Dear Parishioners, the physical property of this Parish consists of five separate buildings. These buildings belong to you, take pride in them. If you see something broken or damaged, please pass the information on so that it can be fixed. Tell Father Iura, send an email to the Parish, or drop a note in the collection box at the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, so that we can repair/fix what is wrong. Suggestions for improvement are also happily accepted. Thank you.