St. Marys Indian Orthodox Church
Our diocese observes Sunday School Day on the first Sunday of December annually. On this particular Sunday, we commemorate the birth of John the Baptist.
We kindly ask all teachers and children to come prepared to partake in the Holy Qurbana. We encourage everyone, both children and teachers, to attend the event dressed in white attire.
Join us for a joyous celebration as we commemorate Sunday School Day! This special event is dedicated to acknowledging the achievements and contributions of our Sunday School community.
Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter that marks the beginning of Holy Week, the holiest of weeks, in which the most important moments of Christ's life take place, which includes the suffering and torture.
We remember the last supper Jesus Christ shared with his disciples and while doing so we are in the upper room with Jesus and the Apostles.
We commemorate the incident of our Lord visiting Sheol and proclaiming the good news to the dead.
Easter is the most important Christian festival. As we celebrate this joyous Resurrection, we greet and embrace one another in Christ, thereby demonstrating our Savior's victory over death.