Holy Trinity
Serbian Orthodox Mission
Fairmont, WV

Bulletin 100 - October 16/October 29, 2005


The Orthodox Mission



Chronicle of the Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Mission
Diocesan Bishop - His Grace Bishop Dr. MITROPHAN
Aministrator - Fr. Rodney Torbic
408 Morgantown Avenue
Fairmont, West Virginia 26544

October 16/October 29, 2005
St. Longinus, Centurion, Martyr
No. 100
Phone 724-966-7428
Phone 304-534-5321
Phone 304-622-3681
Fax 724-966-7780



Titus 3:5-6

...he saved us, not because of deeds done by us in righteousness, but in virtue of his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal in the Holy Spirit which he poured out upon us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior...

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Today we celebrate the Divine Liturgy in the YMCA while we await the completion of the renovation of the Holy Trinity Church.

Hopefully in November we will return to the Holy Trinity Church.

Let us thank God for providing this temporary location.

Let us thank God for the faithful in attendance.

Let us remember the victms of the recent storms.

Let us be remember the men and women working in dangerous occupations.

Let us remember the men and women serving in the military and their families.

Let us remember the sick, the suffering, the imprisoned, the homebound, those in care homes, nursing homes and rehab facilities.

Let us remember the suffering Serbian People in Kosovo.

Take time to read your Bibles daily for the benefit of your soul.

Honor the fasts of the Church.

The best way to help the Mission is to live and Orthodox Christian life each day.

Remember the students at St.Sava School of Theology.

Remember the monastics at Monastery Marcha.

Congratulations to the new St. Petka Serbian Orthodox Church community in Troy, Michigan. The new church is being consecrated today.

An Orthodox Christian Radio Program can be heard Sundays at 12:15 PM or 6:20 PM on WMBS, Uniontown, Pa. 590 on the AM Dial.

From the Desert Fathers

Abba Poemen said, "You must flee from sensual things. Indeed every time a man comes near to a struggle with sensuality, he is like a man standing on the edge of a very deep lake and the enemy easily throws him in whenever he likes. But if he lives far away from sensual things, he is like a man standing at a distance from a lake, so that even if the enemy draws him in order to throw him to the bottom, God sends him help at the very moment he is drawing him away and doing him violence.


Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Mission, Fairmont, West Virginia
October 16/October 29, 2005

Fr. Rodney Torbic

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