Holy Trinity Orthodox Church

Events Around the Twin Cities

February 25:
Lenten Lecture Series Begins at St George Greek Orthodox Church

St George Greek Orthodox Church, St Paul, is offering two Lenten lecture series beginning this week, on Wednesdays and Fridays. The Wednesday lectures will be on Orthodox worship, and the Friday lectures on modern saints. Each evening will begin with a Lenten service at 6 pm, followed by a community meal at 7:30 and a lecture at 8 (concluding by 8:45 pm).

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February 28: Orthodox Game Night at St George Antiochian

The next Orthodox game night, scheduled for Saturday, February 28, at 7 pm, is being hosted by St George Antiochian Church (1250 Oakdale Ave, W St Paul). As always, it is open to all adults (age 18 and up); please should bring a munchie or a dessert to share (Lenten this time), and any game you'd like to play. Questions? Contact Nikki Beauchamp (952-906-8974) or Dan Simon (612-207-3405).

Does God Suffer? March 3 Lecture by Deacon Paul

Dn Paul Gavrilyuk will give a free public lecture "Does God Suffer?" as a part of the philosophy department's Colloquium series at the University of St Thomas on March 3, from noon to 1 pm. Location: John Roach Center, room 126 (auditorium), 2115 Summit Ave, St Paul 55105 (building on the NW corner of Summit and Cleveland); best free parking is on Summit between Fairview and Howell, with covered guest parking is in the Anderson ramp for a small fee. Friends of the parish are welcome; feel free to make this lecture a part of your Lenten devotion.

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March 6-8: Lenten Retreat at St George Greek Orthodox Church

St George Greek Orthodox Church, St Paul, will offer its annual Lenten retreat on March 6-8, on the topic of confession and repentance. The presenter will be Fr George Dokos (newly assigned to St Mary Greek Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, and a son of the Twin Cities).

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