St. Mary Orthodox Church

Cambridge, MA

  • Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen!
    Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death and upon those in the tombs bestowing life!

  • Coffeehouse Featuring Local Musicians and Artists - May 5, 2018
    All are invited to an evening coffeehouse at the fellowship hall at St. Mary's on Saturday, May 5, 2018. The evening begins with Great Vespers at 5pm, followed by a dinner and live performances for the evening by our parishioners and local musicians and artists.

  • The Female Diaconate in the Orthodox Church? The State of the Question
    On Sunday, April 22 after Liturgy and towards the end of Coffee Hour, we will explore the topic of the female diaconate in the history of the Orthodox Church.

  • Welcome to St. Mary's
    We welcome you to browse the site to learn more about our parish. Please consider joining us for Divine Liturgy on Sunday mornings or contact the parish office to schedule an appointment with Fr. Antony. Click to learn more!

  • The Wheel Orthodox Christian Journal
    The Wheel seeks to articulate the Gospel intelligently and constructively for the the twenty-first century, a pluralistic era when the social identity of Christian faith and its role in public discourse present new and unique challenges.

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April 2018 Monthly Message from Fr. Antony

The Resurrection of our Lord reveals to us the truth that life cannot be conquered by death, nor light by darkness, nor goodness by evil. The core of everything is God. It has always been and will always be.   Read more »

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Spiritual Quotes

  

Listen to your life. Listen to what happens to you, because it is through what happens to you that God speaks. It's in language that's not always easy to decipher, but it's there, powerfully, memorably, unforgetably.

 

  - Frederick Buechner

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Upcoming Services and Events

Sunday, April 22
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Wednesday, April 25
7 pmBible Study
Sunday, April 29
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
11:30 amMemorials
Saturday, May 5
5 pmGreat Vespers
Sunday, May 6
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, May 13
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, May 20
8:45 amOrthros
10 amDivine Liturgy
Sunday, May 27
8:45 amOrthros

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Service Schedule and Calendar

Sunday Orthros - 8:45 am
Sunday Divine Liturgy - 10:00 am

Great Vespers - 1st Saturday of the Month 5:00 pm
Confessions - By appointment

Sermons and Messages

Sermons and Messages

Palm Sunday: Jesus for the First Time

April 01, 2018 - by Fr. Antony Hughes
There were two processions occurring on Palm Sunday in Jerusalem: the Lord’s entry in humility and lowliness on a donkey, a sign of peace, surrounded by a crowd of peasants and outcasts. The other procession was of military might and imperial authority. Read more »
 

On the Sunday of Forgiveness

February 18, 2018 - by Fr. Antony Hughes
It is not our choice whether to be saved or not. It is done. It is finished. However, it is our choice whether or not we will choose to come to a knowledge of the truth. In other words, whether or not we will dive deliberately into the experience of what it means to be loved, forgiven, and saved and that comes only through an internal pilgrimage. Lent is a quiet time, a much slower time than is normal for most people. If we choose to acknowledge it, everything that happens directs us to look deeper and to live more deliberately and consciously. Read more »
 
 

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