Holy Assumption Orthodox Church
2027 18th St. NE Canton, Ohio 44705
Phone: (330) 455-9146, Priest's Res. (330) 754-6068


Visitors Welcome - All Services In English


Upcoming Services

Wednesday, September 28th
6:30 Akathist to the Theotokos
Friday, September 30th
6:30 Vigil for the Protection of The Theotokos
Saturday, October 1st
Protection of the Theotokos
5:00 Great Vespers
Sunday, October 2nd
9:10 Hours
9:30 Divine Liturgy
11:00 Coffee Hour
11:30-12:15 Church School
Wednesday, October 5th
6:30 Memorial Service for the Departed
Saturday, October 8th
5:00 Great Vespers
Sunday, October 9th
9:10 Hours
9:30 Divine Liturgy
11:00 Coffee Hour
11:30-12:15 Church School
Monday, October 10th
Peirogi Factory!
Wednesday, October 12th
Ss. Probus, Tarachus & Andronicus
6:30 Daily Vespers
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Our Church

Daily Readings



Wednesday, 28 Sep 2016

St. Paul's Second Letter to the Corinthians 4:6-15
Epistle Reading

Luke 6:17-23
Gospel Reading

Chariton the Confessor; Our Righteous Father Alkeisonus, Metropolitan of Nico...
Saints Feasts and Readings for 9/28/2016



Announcements

Sunday School!

Sunday School classes have begun and run from 11:30 AM to 12:15 PM!  If you have any questions, please ask Trudi Richter or Margie Oliver.


PEROGI FACTORY OCTOBER 9 - 10, 2016

From Mary-Ann Montagner Frischkorn:

Hey Everyone! The Pierogi Workshop signup sheet is up and so far the workers are few. Nobody yet for the morning crew. Please check your calendars and let me know if you can make it for any of the following shifts (bring a friend too!):

Sunday, 10/9--Setup after coffee hour

Monday, 10/10--8am peeling & rolling filling

Monday, 10/10--6pm pinching, cooking & bagging

Please let me know before next Sunday. If we don't have enough people, we'll have to postpone. And we really don't want to do that since we have buyers waiting for our yummy HAPierogi


Something Russian Festival! October 4th and 5th

St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Mogadore will host its annual Something Russian Festival Oct. 4 and 5 at the church, Route 532 and U.S. 224 in Mogadore. The two-day event, celebrating Russian food, music, dance and art, opens at 10 a.m. and ends at 9 p.m. both days.


Ethnic lunches and dinners are available to eat at the church social hall or for take-out. Visitors are also invited to experience the old world atmosphere of the Russian Tea Room and enjoy one of the varieties of authentic imported teas.


 In the festival’s cultural tent, the St. Nicholas Balalaika Orchestra and the St. Nicholas Russian Youth Dancers will give live performances in the evenings on both days of the festival with balalaika ensembles playing throughout the afternoons.


The festival also offers an assortment of Russian nesting dolls, imported carvings and holiday gift items, Ukrainian Easter egg supplies and eggs, icons and other religious gifts available for purchase.
Church parishioners will provide guided tours of the church and answer questions about the Orthodox Christian faith. Visitors also can see the church’s iconography and learn more about the importance of iconography in the Orthodox church.

St Nicholas Orthodox Church
755 S. Cleveland Ave.
Mogadore, OH 44260
@ Rt 532 & US 224


St. George Greek Oktoberfest, Massillon Oh

The twelfth annual St. George Greek Oktoberfest, one of the year’s most anticipated cultural festivals in Stark County, will bring the sights, smells and sounds of Greece to Massillon for three fun-filled days. The festival, scheduled for Oct. 6-8 at the St. George Cultural Center, 364 First St. SE, Massillon, will feature a delectable selection of Greek cuisine and pastries, infectious Greek dances and rhythms, and continuous live entertainment.



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