Saint John The Theologian Mission Station
A Community Of The Orthodox Church in America
Fairfax Station, VA

  • 4

    Feb

    Saturday
    6:00 Great Vespers
    Fast free
  • 5

    Feb

    Sunday
    Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee

    Beginning of the Lenten Triodion
     
    9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy
    Fast free
  • 11

    Feb

    Saturday
    6:00 Great Vespers
    Fast free
  • 12

    Feb

    Sunday
    Sunday of the Prodigal Son
     
    9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy
    Fast free
  • 18

    Feb

    Saturday
    6:00 Great Vespers
    Fast free
  • 19

    Feb

    Sunday
    Sunday of Meatfare: The Last Judgment
     
    9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy
    Fast free
  • 25

    Feb

    Saturday
    6:00 Great Vespers
    Fast: dairy, fish, wine, & oil
  • 26

    Feb

    Sunday
    Sunday of Cheesefare: Expulsion of Adam from Paradise
     
    9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy
    Fast: dairy, fish, wine, & oil
  • 4

    Mar

    Saturday
    6:00 Great Vespers
    Fast: wine & oil
  • 5

    Mar

    Sunday
    9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy
    Fast: wine & oil

 

All services are held at St. Mary of Sorrows Historic Church located at

5612 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, VA 22039.

There is ample parking available in the church parking lot.


Weekend of January 14 & 15

31st Sunday after Pentecost
Ven. Paul of Thebes (341) and John Calabytes (“the Hut-dweller”—5th c.). Ven. Pansophius of Alexandria, Martyr (ca. 249-251). Ven. Prochorus, Abbot, in the Vranski desert on the River Pshina in Bulgaria (10th c.). Ven. Gabriel, founder of Lesnovo Monastery in Bulgaria (11th c.)

 

Saturday, January 14

9:30 AM, Divine Liturgy with Vespers following

 

Sunday, January 15

9:15 AM, Third Hour and Divine Liturgy.

Weekend of January 21 & January 22

32nd Sunday after Pentecost
New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia. Apostle Timothy of the Seventy (96). Monastic Martyr Anastasius the Persian (628). Monastic Martyr Anastásii, Deacon, of the Kiev Caves (Near Caves—12th c.). Ven. Makáry of Zhabynsk, Wonderworker (1623). 377 Martyred Companions in Bulgaria (ca. 817).

 

Saturday, January 21

9:00 AM, Hiearchial Divine Liturgy at St Nicholas Cathedral

6:00 PM, Great Vespers

 

Sunday, January 22

9:15 AM, Third Hour and Divine Liturgy.

Weekend of January 28 & 29

33rd Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday of Zacchaeus. Translation of the Relics of Hieromartyr Ignatius the Godbearer, Bishop of Antioch (107). St. Lavrentii (Lawrence), Recluse, of the Kiev Caves, Bishop of Turov (Near Caves—12th c.). Ss. Gerásim (1441-1467), Pitirím (1445) and Jonah (1470), Bishops of Perm. Martyrs Romanus, Jacob (James), Philotheus, Hyperechius, Abibus, Julian, and Paregonius, at Samosata (297).

 

Saturday, January 28

6:00 PM, Great Vespers

 

Sunday, January 29

9:15 AM, Third Hour and Divine Liturgy.

Weekend of February 4 and February 5

SUNDAY OF THE PUBLICAN AND THE PHARISEE — Tone 1.
Afterfeast of the Meeting. Repose of St. Theodosius of Chernígov (1696). Beginning of the Lenten Triodion. Holy Martyr Agatha of Palermo in Sicily (251). Martyr Theodula of Anazarbus in Cilicia, and with her Martyrs Helladius, Macarius and Evagrius (ca. 304). Icon of the Mother of God “Seeker of the Perishing”.

 

Saturday, February 4

6:00 PM, Great Vespers

 

Sunday, February 5

9:15 AM, Third Hour and Divine Liturgy.

Weekend of August 27/28

 Uncovering of the relics of Venerable Job the Wonderworker, Abbot of Pochaev
The Beheading of the Holy Glorious Prophet, Forerunner, and Baptist John (Aug 29)

 

Saturday, August 27

No service 

 

Sunday, August 28

9:15 Third Hour and Divine Liturgy with the Beheading of the Holy Glorious Prophet, Forerunner, and Baptist John transferred to today

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