Parish announcements

Christ is among us!

This week vigil light is offered by Chris Komondy in memory of Fr. Diego Borgatello.

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, a social hour with coffee and hard rolls and assorted snacks are available in the church hall. Please feel free to join us.

If you would like to have a Confession, Holy Communion or prayer of the sick at your house or nursing home, please call the rectory at 203-865-0388.

FOOD DONATIONS: A container is in our church vestibule for non-perishable food. Please give generously new items within the expiration date. These items will be given out to the poor in our community. Thank you for your generosity and support.

Sestretsi will be having Holy Communion at the 9:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy on June 2, and a short meeting to follow. See Barbara Schwartz for more information.

STAMFORD CHARITIES APPEAL: Please don` t forget to donate for Charities Appeal. The forms are designed for each family of our parish. Attached to the form is an envelope into which you can place your contribution. The form along with your contribution, we ask you enclose in the envelope and place it in the collection basket during church services. Please make check payable to the Byzantine Rite Eparchy of Stamford. DO NOT MAIL THIS FORM TO THE CHANCERY OFFICE. We sincerely ask all parishioners to make generous contributions.

Children praying for children: A special Event to Support the Children of War-torn Ukraine. On Saturday, June 1st a special church service/Moleben will be held at 10AM at St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in New Haven. This national event organized by the Ukrainian Womens’ League of America(UWLA) will bring children together on that day to support their peers in Ukraine amidst the ongoing war on Ukraine perpetrated by Russia. The service aims to create a sacred space for children to join in prayer, solidarity and compassionate action for those affected by the tragic circumstances of the war. All are invited to attend.