Mar. 31, Lazarus Saturday Children’s Activities

Lazarus Saturday Children’s Activities after Liturgy:

This day begins the events of the Passion Week.  Let us experience Raising of Lazarus together! It is always a blessing to participate in the Divine Liturgy. Children will be prepared for the feast of the Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem.

Because of the resurrection of Lazarus from the dead, Christ was hailed by the masses as the long-expected Messiah-King of Israel. Thus, in fulfillment of the prophecies of the Old Testament, He entered Jerusalem, the City of the King, riding on the colt of a donkey (Zechariah 9:9; John 12:12).  The crowds greeted Him with waving branches and shouts of praise: Hosanna! Blessed is He Who comes in the name of the Lord! The Son of David! The King of Israel! The Jewish priests and scribes hated Jesus because He had exposed their hypocrisy.  His glorious entry into Jerusalem and popularity finally drove them “to destroy Him, to put Him to death.” (Luke 19:47; John 11:53, 12:10)


Lenten Lunch
Skit “Raising of Lazarus”
“Wrapping Lazarus”
“Lazarus come in, Lazarus come out!”
Discussion of the Theological and cultural impact of raising Lazarus from the dead.


2018 Lazarus Saturday Childrens Activity



Feb. 25, 2018 Triumph of Orthodoxy Sunday

2018 Triumph of Orthodoxy

Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 – March for Life

Anyone may participate. There is Liturgy for St. Nina at 9:30, but at 11:45 Fr. Aidan will arrive at the parking lot at 17th St. and Trinity St. in Austin. At noon, if it seems suitable, he may lead a moleben for all mothers in the parking lots area. At 1 pm we march to the capitol.  After we reach the gates, there will be speeches of various leaders.  You may stay for the speeches or leave.  Fr. Aidan plans to leave after reaching the gates of the capitol. The map for parking is below.