Sun May 5, 2019
10:30am  Divine Liturgy

Tue May 7, 2019                                                                                                                                                                                                            7:00pm  Moleben to the Holy Mother of God

Wed May 8, 2019
9:30am Divine Liturgy

Thur May 9, 2019
9:30am Divine Liturgy

Fri May 10, 2019                                                                                                                                                                                              There will be no liturgy today

Sat May 11, 2019
There will be no liturgy today

9:30am  Divine Liturgy (Ukr.)                                                                                                                                                                          11:30am  Divine Liturgy (Eng.)


Sunday  May 12, 2019

Christ is risen from the dead, trampling death by death, and to those in the tombs giving life.

Troparion, Tone 3
Let the heavens be glad, let the earth rejoice,* for the Lord has done a mighty deed with his arm.* He trampled death by death; He became the first born of the dead;* He saved us from the abyss of Hades* and granted great mercy to the world.
†Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit.

Kontakion , Tone 3
Lord, as of old You raise the Paralytic,* lift my soul by Your divine presence,* for by my many sins and foolish actions,* I, too, am now afflicted and cripled.* Raise me, that being saved I may cry to You:* Glory to Your power, O merciful Christ.
Now and for ever and ever. Amen.

Kontakion of Pascha, Tone 8
Though You descended into a tomb, O Immortal One,* yet You destroyed the power of Hades;* and You rose as victor, O Christ God,* calling to the myrrh-bearing women: Rejoice!* and giving peace to Your Apostles:* You, who grant Resurretion to the fallen.

Prokimenon, Tone 1
Let Your mercy, O Lord,* be upon us* as we have hoped in You.
Verse: Rejoice in the Lord, O you just; praise befits the righteous.

Epistle Reading
A reading from the Acts of the Apostles (9: 32-42)
Brothers and Sisters! In those days, Peter making numerous journeys, he went — among other places — to God’s holy people living in Lydda. There he found a man named Aeneas, a paralytic, who had been bedridden for eight years. Peter said to him, “Aeneas, Jesus Christ cures you! Get up and make your bed.” The man got up at once. All the inhabitants of Lydda and Sharon, upon seeing him, were converted to the Lord. Now in Joppa, there was a certain woman convert named Tabitha (in Greek Dorcas, meaning a gazelle). Her life was marked by constant good deeds and acts of charity. At about that time, she fell ill and died. They washed her body and laid it out in an upstairs room. Since Lydda was near Joppa, the disciples, who had heard that Peter was there, sent two men to him with the urgent request, “Please come over to us without delay.” Peter set out with them as they asked. Upon his arrival, they took him upstairs to the room. All the widows came to him in tears and showed him the various garments Dorcas had made, when she was still with them. Peter first made everyone go outside; then he knelt down and prayed. Turning to the dead body, he said, “Tabitha, stand up.” She opened her eyes, then looked at Peter and sat up. He gave her his hand and helped her to her feet. The next thing he did was to call in those who were believers, and the widows, to show them that she was alive. This became known all over Joppa, and because of it, many came to believe in the Lord.

Alleluia Verses
1. Of Your mercies, O Lord, I will sing forever; with my mouth I wil proclaim Your truth from generation to generation.
2. For You have said, “Mercy will be established forever.”

John 5: 1-15
At that time, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now in Jerusalem, by the Sheep Pool, there is a place with the Hebrew name Bethesda. It’s five porticoes were crowded with sick people lying there blind, lame or disabled, waiting for the movement of the water. For, from time to time, an angel of the Lord used to come down into the pool; and the water was stirred up, so the first one to get in was healed of whatever sickness he had had. There was one man who had been sick for thirty-eight years. Jesus, who knew he had been sick a long time, said when he saw him lying there, “Do you want to be healed?” “Sir,” the sick man answered, “I do not have anyone to plunge me into the pool, once the water has been stirred up. By the time I get there, someone else has gone in ahead of me.” Jesus said to him, “Stand up! Pick up your mat and walk!” The man was immediately cured; he picked up his mat and began to walk. The day was a sabbath. Consequently, some of the Jews began telling the man, who had been cured, “It is the sabbath, and you are not allowed to carry the mat around.” He explained, “It was the man who cured me, who told me, ‘Pick up your mat and walk.’” “This person who told you to pick it up and walk,” they asked, “Who is he?” The man, who had been restored to health, had no idea who it was. The crowd, in that place, was so great, that Jesus had been able to slip away. Later on, Jesus found him in the temple precincts and said to him: “Remember, now, you have been cured. Give up your sins so that something worse may not overtake you.” The man went off and informed the Jews that Jesus was the one who had cured him.

Communion Hymn
1. Receive the Body of Christ; partake of the source of immortality.
2. Praise the Lord from the heavens, praise Him in the highest. Alelluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

April coffee will be served by UCWLC



Недiля Тра. 5, 2019
10:30р. Свята Лiтургiя /Укр./Анг/

Вiв Тра.7, 2019                                                                                                                                                                                               7:00в.  Мoлебен дo Бoжoï Матерi

Сер Тра. 8, 2019
9:30р.  Свята Лiтургiя                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Чет Тра. 9, 2019
9:30р.  Свята Лiтургiя

Пят Тра. 10, 2019
Лiтургiï немає

Суб Тра. 11, 2019
Лiтургiï немає

Нед Тра. 12, 2019   ЖІНОК МИРОНОСЕЦЬ
9:30р. Свята Лiтургiя
11:30р. Свята Лiтургiя


Свята Лiтургiя 12 травня 2019

Христос Воскрес із мертвих, смертю смерть подолав, і тим, що в гробах життя дарував.

Тропар, Глас 2
Коли зійшов Ти до смерти, Життя Безсмертне,* тоді ад умертвив Ти блистінням Божества.* Коли ж і умерлих із глибин воскресив Ти,* всі сили небесні взивали:* «Життєдавче, Христе Боже наш, слава Тобі.

Тропар, Глас 2
Благообразний Йосиф, з древа знявши пречистеє Тіло Твоє,* плащаницею чистою обвив* і ароматами, в гробі новім, покривши, положив;* та по трьох днях воскрес єси, Господи,* даруючи світові велику милість.
Слава Отцю, і Сину, і Святому Духові, і нині, і повсякчас, і на віки віків. Амінь.

Кондак, Глас 2
Радуватися мироносицям повелів Ти,* плач праматері Єви втихомирив Ти воскресенням Твоїм, Христе Боже,* апостолам же Твоїм проповідувати повелів Ти:* «Спас воскрес із гробу.»

Прокімен, Глас 6
Спаси, Господи, людей Твоїх і благослови насліддя Твоє.
Стих: До Тебе, Господи, взиваю; моя скеле, не відвертайсь мовчки від мене.

Діяння 6:1-7
Тими днями, коли учнів ставало дедалі більше, зчинилось нарікання гелленістів на євреїв, що вдів їхніх занедбано в щоденній службі. Тоді дванадцятеро прикликали громаду учнів і сказали: «Не личить нам лишити слово Боже і при столах служити. Нагледіть собі, отже, з поміж вас, брати, сімох мужів доброї слави, повних Духа та мудрости, і ми їх поставимо для цієї служби: самі ж ми будемо пильно перебувати у молитві і служінні слова.»
Вподобалось це слово всій громаді й вибрали Стефана, мужа, повного віри і Святого Духа, Филипа, Прохора, Ніканора, Тимона, Пармена та Миколая, прозеліта з Антіохії, і поставили їх перед апостолами, і помолившись, поклали на них руки. І росло слово Боже та множилось число учнів у Єрусалимі вельми, і велика сила священиків були слухняні вірі.

Стихи Алилуя
1. Благоволив Ти, Господи, землю Твою, Ти повернув полон Яковів.
2. Милість і істина зустрілися, правда і мир обцілувалися.

Від Марка 15:43 - 16:8
В той час Йосиф з Ариматеї, поважний радник, що й сам очікував Царства Божого, прибув і, сміливо ввійшовши до Пилата, попросив тіло Ісуса. Пилат здивувався, що вже вмер; і, прикликавши сотника, спитав його, чи вже помер. Довідавшись від сотника, що так, він видав Йосифові тіло; тоді Йосиф, купивши полотно, зняв його, обгорнув полотном і поклав у гробі, що був висічений у скелі. Потім прикотив камінь до входу гробу; Марія ж Магдалина й Марія, мати Йосифа, дивились, де його поклали. Якже минула субота, Марія Магдалина, Марія, Мати Якова, та Саломія купили пахощів, щоб піти та намастити Ісуса. Рано-вранці, першого дня тижня, прийшли вони до гробу, як сходило сонце, і говорили між собою: «Хто нам відкотить камінь від входу до гробу?» Але, глянувши, побачили, що камінь був відвалений, був бо дуже великий. Увійшовши до гробу, побачили юнака, що сидів праворуч, одягнений у білу одежу, і злякались. Він до них промовив: «Не бійтеся! Ви шукаєте Ісуса Назарянина, розп'ятого. Він воскрес, його нема тут. Ось місце, де його були поклали. Та ви ідіть, скажіть його учням та Петрові, що він випередить вас у Галилеї: там його побачите, як він сказав вам.» І вони, вийшовши, побігли геть від гробу, бо страх і трепет огорнув їх, і нікому нічого не казали, бо боялися.

Ангел Сповіщав
Замість «Достойно»
Ангел сповіщав благодатній! Чистая Діво, радуйся! І знову кажу: радуйся! Твій Син воскрес тредневний із гробу, і мертвих воздвигнув Він; люди веселітеся.
Світися, світися, новий Єрусалиме, слава бо Господня на тобі возсіяла. Радій нині і веселися Сіоне. А ти, Чистая, красуйся, Богородице, востанням рождення Твого.

Причасні Стихи
Тіло Христове прийміть, джерела безсмертного споживіть.
Хваліте Господа з небес, хваліте Його на висотах.

ЛКЖК будуть пoдавати каву в травнi 2019.


Please Remember in Prayer our brothers and sisters who are in hospital, at home, shut-ins, care homes, or nursing facilities:

Fedora Dubas
Bob Artymko
Dcn. Charles Hutchinson
George Demkiw
Mary Kohut
Natalia Zalusky
Luba Babuk
Annette Petryszyn
Paulin Wuschenny

If you know of anyone else who needs a visit, or should be on our regular pastoral visitation list, please call the church office.

Apostleship of Prayer
The “Apostleship of Prayer” is an association of faithful in the Toronto Eparchy, whose purpose is to nurture, encourage and promote daily personal prayer, family prayer, reverence for the Lord’s Day, Sunday attendance at Divine Liturgy, and ever greater devotion to the Most Holy Eucharist. If you are interested in joining the Apostleship of Prayer at Holy Eucharist Church, informational pamphlets are available in the vestibule of the church, or contact the church office for more information.

Lighting Candles
Before entering the Temple proper, it is the custom of Byzantine Churches to make an Offering of Light. When we come into Church, we venerate icons, and at the same time, we light the candle and place them on the candle stands.

For your convenience, a candle box is provide in the nave of the church, right next to the vigil candles. A minimum donation is requested to reimburse the Church to cover the cost of the candle. Most churches use on pure beeswax candles as per the Canons and because they give a pure, clear and steady light. “You are the light of the world ... In the same way, your light must shine .. so that seeing your good works, they may give praise to your Father in heaven.” (Mt. 5:14-16) Lighting candles are an eloquent symbol of both Christ, our light; and that we are in Christ (both those who are glorified Saints depicted in icons and those called be be saints who come to church, and despite our sins and by God’s grace alone, form the Body of Christ.). Jesus said: “I am the Light of the world. Anyone who follows me will not be walking in the dar; he will have the light of life.” (Jn. 8:12)

When we enter the Temple proper (ie. having passed through the Vestibule), we make a “Reverence” - the sign of the cross and bow. People often make three reverences. Also when we exit, we make a reverence (or 3).


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Divine Liturgy, 9:30 AM (Ukrainian)
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Very Rev. Volodymyr Krivoglavyi - Parish priest

Paul del Junco, Peter Filipowich, Charles Hutchison

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Свята Лiтургiя o 9:30 ранку (Укр.)
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