Monastery Livestreaming All Services Throughout Coronavirus Epidemic

March 17, 2020 7 Comments

Monastery Livestreaming All Services Throughout Coronavirus Epidemic

In order to console and nourish the faithful who are quarantined, Archimandrite Seraphim has blessed for the monastery church services to be livestreamed for the duration of this crisis. While viewing the services over the internet is certainly less than ideal, nevertheless it is the only way that many of the faithful now have to participate in divine worship. We wish to make our life of prayer for the world, which will continue unabated, available to those confined to their homes or who are otherwise unable to worship in their parish temple during this trying time.

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Please feel free to share these links, as well as the schedule below, with anyone who might benefit from this ministry.

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7 Responses

Seraphim
Seraphim

April 08, 2020

Thank You Brothers for sharing your beautiful services and Divine Liturgy. God willing I may visit your monastery in the future.

Michael
Michael

April 08, 2020

Many thanks for making this available. It has given great solace in these trying times. glory to God

Sandra E Adkins
Sandra E Adkins

March 27, 2020

I live streamed March 22,2020 Sunday morning liturgy. It was wonderful.
What times are your other live stream services. I am a senior citizen with chronic health issues & I am mainly staying inside during this pandemic. I converted to Orthodox Christianity in 2013 taking the name of Alexandra at baptism..please pray for me. Also I placed an order from your gift shop. I look forward to getting these items as it will mean one less trip outside to shop. I love worshipping at my own church, St. Nektarios Rocor Church, Lenior City,TN but your online services are the next best thing. Thank you so much. May God Bless you.

Nagui Yassa = (Jesse)
Nagui Yassa = (Jesse)

March 27, 2020

I am orthodox living in Canada
God bless your service
I also would like to receive any notifications about all events etc. from your monastery

Agape

Nagui

Susan Stojakovich
Susan Stojakovich

March 27, 2020

Thank you. May God keep you safe and well during this difficult time!

Ilias
Ilias

March 27, 2020

Thank you from Albondón, in the mountains of southern Spain, for today’s moleben.
It was of great comfort to me, a solitary and also under confinement to my home like millions of others in this time of pestilence.

Katherine
Katherine

March 27, 2020

Thank you so much for making this available! Our church was going to live stream services, but we just received news that all services are now canceled. I am so thankful that our family will be able to participate in your services!

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