Schedule of Church Services (October 2020)

3 October, Saturday of St. Martyr Eustathius Apsilian († 740), St. Anastasius of Constantinople († 662) and St. Anastasia Apocrisiaria († 666). Pilgrimage to the ancient churches of Tsabal fortress, services of water prayer, arthoclosy and a special prayer to St. Eustathius Apsilian.

16.00 – Vespers, confession.

4 October, Sunday:
7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy.

10 October, Saturday:
16.00 – Vespers, confession.

11 Sunday, October of Saint 12 Greeks and Obezs (Abkhazians), builders of the cathedral church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Kiev Pechersk Lavra (XI century, the celebration is postponed from 11 October).

7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy.

13 October, Tuesday:
16.00 – Great Vespers with litany, confession.

14 Wednesday, October of the Protection of Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos.

7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy
11.00 – Litany (procession) with an icon.

Church Services on 13, 14 October will be held in the Church of the Protection of Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos in New Athos (next to the school).

17 October, Saturday:
16.00 – Vespers, confession.

18 October, Sunday:
7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy.

24 October, Saturday:
16.00 – Vespers, confession.

25 October, Sunday of the Holy Fathers of the VII Holy Council, St. Constantine, Bishop of Sebastopol (nowadays Sukhum, Abkhazia), one of the holy fathers of the VII Holy Council
7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy.

26 October, Monday of the Miraculous Icon of the Anakopian Mother of God (737), the Martyrs of New Athos – Schema-monk Alexander and Monk Gideon (+ 1930):
7.00 – Matins
8.30 – Divine Liturgy
10.30 – Litany (procession) with an icon on Mount Anakopia (New Athos).

31 October, Saturday:
16.00 – Vespers, confession.

1 November, Sunday of the Miraculous Icon of the Mother of God “Izbavitelnitsa”. The feast day of the church in honor of the “Izbavitelnitsa” icon of the New Athos Monastery. The celebration is postponed from 30 October
7.00 – Matins
9.00 – Divine Liturgy.