Holy Trinity
Serbian Orthodox Mission
Fairmont, WV

Bulletin 101 - November 20/December 3, 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

November 20/December 3, 2005
Forefeast of the Theotokos
No. 101
Phone 724-966-7428
Phone 304-534-5321
Phone 304-622-3681
Fax 724-966-7780

I John 4:2

By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit which confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God, and every spirit which does not confess Jesus is not of God.


Thank God we are able to serve in the church today.

Thank God for the improvements made in the church.

When the renovations are completed, the church will be a fine worship site.

Thank God to Sharren Paroda for the work she did on the bake sale and for the help that Mike Danko provided.

Thanks to Wayne and Joyce Kirby for making the improvements to the church.

Thanks to the faithful of Holy Trinity Mission for being patient as the renovations take place.

Let us be mindful of the miners who lost their lives early last century in Monongah on December 6, 1907 and more recently on December 6, 1962 in Robena Mine.

Let us be mindful of the suffering Serbian People in Kosovo and Metohija.

Let us pray for the sick, the hospitalized, those in care homes and rehab centers.

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

Let us thank God for the celebration of this Divine Liturgy.

The best way to help the Holy Trinity Mission is to live an Orthodox life each day.

Today is the Forefeast of the Entry of the Mother of God into the Temple.

Tomorrow is the Feast of the Entry of the Mother of God into the Temple.

We are in the midst of the Nativity Fast. Honor the Fast until the Feast in January 7.

The St.George Church radio program is available on the parish website throughout the week.

Standing is the proper position for believers during the Divine Liturgy. Sitting is appropriate only for those who cannot stand

From the Desert Fathers

A certain brother asked the abbot Poemen, saying, 'What am I to do, Father, for I am troubled by sadness?' The old man said to him, "Look to no man for aught, condemn no man, disparage no man: and God shall give thee rest."

Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Mission, Fairmont, West Virginia
November 20/December 3, 2005

Fr. Rodney Torbic

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