Orthodox Church of the Mother of God

Joy of all the Sorrowful - Mays Landing, NJ (f. 1966)

Schedule of Services

Schedule of Services

This section of our website lists the schedule of services.
( Other coming events are not listed here, they have there own section called Coming Events. )

Great Lent Services 2018

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Great Lent Services 2018

February 28 (Wednesday) 6:30PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts (St. Gregory) with potluck to follow

March 3 (Saturday) Vespers 6:30PM

March 4, (Sunday) Divine Liturgy Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas,10AM,

March 7 (Wednesday) 6:30PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts with potluck to follow

March 9 (Friday) 6:30PM Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts with potluck to follow

March 10 (Saturday) 6:430PM Vespers

March 11 (Sunday) Divine Liturgy Sunday of the Veneration of the Cross

See full schedule

Ascension Eve Service - 2018

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Ascension Eve

Bp. Michael will be here to celebrate a Vesperal Liturgy on Wednesday, May 16th for the Ascension of our Lord.    The service will start at 6:30 pm Wednesday evening.

Vespers Service

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Vespersv - Saturday, 6:30pm

 Saturday Vespers will be served as 6:30 pm.



Sunday Mornings

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Sunday Mornings

(9:30 AM - Church School is before Liturgy during school year, except first Sunday of each month)

Private Confession – Half hour before any service

9:40 AM - Hours

(9:45 AM - General Confession on the first Sunday of each month, except during Great Lent)

10:00 AM - Divine Liturgy  - Holy Communion is offered to those baptized Orthodox Christians who have prepared themselves for the reception of the Sacrament by prayer and fasting. Blessed Bread is available for all our visitors at the very end of the Divine Liturgy.

(Coffee Hour after Sunday Liturgy)

Pannikhida Services

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Pannikhida Services

The Church Council asks that all Pannikhida Services be restricted to the 3rd Sunday of each month.  The Pannikhida, if requested, will be celebrated right after the Liturgy and before Coffee Hour. 


From ancient times it has been an established custom to remember the dead on the 3rd, 9th 40th day after their repose. The parish will still respect this tradition, but for the anniversary of death or for the name day of our deceased loved ones, etc.,we would like to have this service monthly on the same Sunday.

(Arrangements can be made through Father)


(see also the article: Prayers for the Dead: Pannikhida)


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