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Lazarus Saturday, Holy Week, and Pascha at All Saints Orthodox Church, Bloomington, Indiana

Here is the schedule for tonight through next Sunday at All Saints in Bloomington. If All Saints is the closest Orthodox church to you and you’re an Orthodox Christian, please, by all means consider yourself welcome. If you’re not an Orthodox Christian, absolutely, by all means consider yourself welcome as well. If you’ve never been to an Orthodox service before, this is the week to do it. Please come find me and say hi — I’m the big guy in a black cassock chanting.

Friday, 6 April

  • Akathist to St. Lazarus at 6:00

Saturday, 7 April

  • Baptisms/Chrismations at 9 a.m.
  • Divine Liturgy at 10 a.m.
  • Great Vespers with litia and artoklasia at 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, 8 April

  • Palm Sunday Matins at 8:50; Divine Liturgy at 10:00
  • Bridegroom Matins at 6:00pm

Monday, 9 April

  • Presanctified Liturgy at 9:00am
  • Bridegroom Matins at 6pm

Tuesday, 10 April

  • Presanctified Liturgy at 9:00am
  • Bridegroom Matins at 6pm

Wednesday, 11 April

  • Presanctified Liturgy at 9:00am
  • Holy Unction at 6pm

Thursday, 12 April

  • Divine Liturgy of Holy Thursday at 9am
  • Matins for Holy Friday (Reading of the 12 Passion Gospels), 6pm

Friday, 13 April

  • Royal Hours, 9am
  • Great Vespers of Holy Friday, 3pm
  • Lamentations, 6pm

Saturday, 14 April

  • Divine Liturgy of Holy Saturday, 9am
  • Rush, Paschal Matins, and Divine Liturgy, 10pm

Sunday, 15 April

  • Agape Vespers, 12pm

Following Agape Vespers, there will be a lamb roast (complete with a spit in the back yard) at my house. If you’re interested in coming to that, please e-mail me at rrbarret AT indiana.edu.

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