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  • St Sergius Day

    On October 5-6, 2019, in the church of St. Sergius of Radonezh in Johannesburg, celebrations were held on the occasion of the Patronal feast Day. On Saturday, October 5, archpriest…

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  • The Day of the Holy Trinity

    On the 16th of June 2019, the parish of St Sergius in Johannesburg, RSA, commemorated the Day of the Holy Trinity as part of the great Feast of Pentecost. After…

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  • Resurrection of the Christ
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  • Thursday 19 December, 19.12.2019
    St Nicholas the Wonderworker and Archbishop of Myra in Lycia
    9:00 Confession
    9:30 Divine Liturgy
  • Sunday 22 December, 22.12.2019
    27th Sunday after Pentecost
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy
  • Wednesday 25 December, 25.12.2019
    St Spiridon of Trimifund
    9:00 Confession
    9:30 Divine Liturgy
  • Sunday 29 December, 29.12.2019
    28th Sunday after Pentecost, Holy Forefathers
    8:30 Confession
    9:00 Matins and Divine Liturgy
  • Tuesday 31 December, 31.12.2019
    16:00 New-Year moleben

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Monday December 16, 2019 / December 3, 2019

27th Week after Pentecost. Tone one.
Nativity (St. Philip's Fast). Fish Allowed

Prophet Zephaniah (Sophonias) (635 B.C.).
Venerable Sabbas, abbot of Zvenigorod, disciple of St. Sergius of Radonezh (1406).
New Hieromartyr Andrew priest (1920).
New Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1930).
St. Gregory confessor (1960).
Venerable Theodulus, eparch of Constantinople (440).
Venerable John the Silent of St. Sabbas' monastery (558).
Hieromartyr Theodore, archbishop of Alexandria (606).
Venerable Gregory of Chernik (Romania).
New Hieromartyr Gabriel, bishop of Ganos (1659) (Greek).
St. Birinus, bishop of Dorchester (649-650) (Celtic & British).
New Martyr Angelos of Chios (1813) (Greek).
Venerable Cosmas of St. Anne's Skete, Mt. Athos.
St. Sola, Anglo-Saxon missionary priest under St. Boniface (790-794) (Germany).
St. Nicetius, bishop of Lyons (Gaul).
St. Lucius, king of Britain who requested missionaries for his people in A.D. 187.
Martyrs Agapius, Seleucus and Mamas (Greek).

The Scripture Readings

1 Timothy 5:1-10
Luke 20:27-44


Holy Prophet Zephaniah, Troparion, Tone II —
Celebrating the memory/ of Thy prophet Zephaniah O Lord,// through him do we entreat Thee, save Thou our souls.

Kontakion, Tone IV "Thou hast given a sign" —
Thou wast shown to be brilliant by the divine Spirit, O Prophet Zephaniah,/ proclaiming the coming of God:/ Rejoice exceedingly, O daughter of Zion!/ Proclaim Him, O Jerusalem!// Behold, thy King cometh to save mankind!