The "donate button" below allows you to donate to our parish online. It uses Paypal to process the payment. You do not have to have a Paypal account to use this service. Once you make the donation a receipt will automatically be sent to the email address you provide.
Donations will go to the General Fund to be used to supplement the tithes and donations we receive from parishioners and visitors to help with monthly expenses.
In the notes section, you may also designate your donation go to our building campaign. Please prayerfully consider supporting our efforts to build our new temple for our growing church family. Additional information on our building campaign will be published on the website as it is available.
With Metropolitan Jonah’s blessing, Mat. Joanna has begun the hand-written feast day icons for St. Herman Orthodox Church. They will be prayerfully written following the canons of the church and with the guidance of her instructor, Fr. Igumen Mefodii.
The parish is asking for donations to sponsor either an entire icon or to make a partial donation. The goal is to raise $3000 per icon. Two-thirds of the donation will be given to the church’s building fund.
The matching icons will be 13”’x 17”, with 23k gold backgrounds, halos and details where needed. The high-quality boards will be recessed and braced on the back to prevent warping.
The first three icons will be: “The Embrace of Joachim and Anna” also known as “The Conception of the Theotokos”. The second will be the “Nativity of the Theotokos”. The third will be “The Entrance of the Theotokos to the Temple”.
Indicate on your donation that it is for the icon of your choice.
This long-term project is for the beauty of our church, according to the gift of God’s Grace and to His Glory.
“From this day, from this hour, from this minute,
let us strive to love God above all, and fulfill His holy will.”
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7:00 Adult Religious Education
4:00 Catechumen's Class
6:00 Vigil and Confessions
9:30 Reading of the Hours
10:00 Divine Liturgy followed by Fellowship Hour