2 Divine Liturgies in Old Bulgarian (Church Slavic)

Holy Cross Orthodox Monastery will be celebrating 2 special Divine Liturgies in Old Bulgarian (Church Slavic) for our Bulgarian brothers and sisters, and all other Orthodox Christians and their friends, who wish to take part in these Liturgies on Sunday, August 1, 2010 (at 11:30 AM) and Sunday, August 15, 2010 (at 11:30 AM).

Dear Bulgarian brothers and sisters, all Orthodox Christians, and everyone who loves God and their neighbor – Come and see!

 Holy Cross Orthodox Monastery will be celebrating a special Divine Liturgy in Old Bulgarian (Church Slavic) on Sunday, August 1, 2010 in honor of the Procession of the Holy Cross.

The Monastery will be celebrating another special Divine Liturgy in Old Bulgarian (Church Slavic) on Sunday, August 15, 2010 in honor of the Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God. These two Liturgies are being celebrated especially for our Bulgarian brothers and sisters, all other Orthodox Christians, and any of their friends who would like to join us in these services.

11:30 AM – Bulgarian Divine Liturgy will begin in the monastery’s church.
These spiritual events are sponsored by the monastic brotherhood of Holy Cross Orthodox Monastery.

No formal social event is planned after the Holy Liturgy; i.e., no food or beverages will be sold after Liturgy.

But you are welcome to stay after Liturgy and to bring your own food and refreshments to share with your friends and your brothers and sisters in Christ, while you enjoy the beauty of nature here at God’s holy monastery.

For Directions, see: Map and Directions

You can enter the monastery either:

    through its northern entrance (34580)
    through its southern entrance (34700)

A note about parking

Please, do not block our neighbors’ driveways and do not park vehicles up on the County road

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