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Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers – March 9, 2014

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If you would like to sing with us please RSVP by February 17th with name, parish and voice part to:

email:  sing@stanthonysorthodox.org or call:  201-615-0710

Pre-event rehearsals required.

The Spirit of Orthodoxy Choir 2014 Open House

 

YOU’RE INVITED !!!

 

DATE:  Tuesday, February 4th

TIME:  7:00 PM

LOCATION:  Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church

285 French Hill Road

Wayne, NJ 07470-3976

(DIRECTIONS:  http://www.heisrisen.org/directions.html)

 

Come see and hear what we’re all about !!!

Enjoy some food, drink, good conversation, and fellowship while singing a few songs with our current members.

People of all Orthodox Christian denominations are welcome to attend.

For more information about us and our performances and recordings, please feel free to explore our website.

Ecclesiastical Award

Gramota

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BY THE GRACE OF GOD

BISHOP OF NEW YORK AND AND THE DIOCESE OF NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY

BISHOP OF NEW YORK AND AND THE DIOCESE OF NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY

WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR ARCHPASTORAL GRATITUDE

BY INVOKING GOD’S BLESSINGS UPON

The Members of the
Spirit of Orthodoxy Choir

In recognition of their many years of dedicated
and faithful service to
Orthodox Liturgical Music

With gratitude for commitment to the life and ministry of
The Orthodox Church in America

Presented
June 2, 2013

Sunday June 2 – 4:00 PM in Rahway NJ

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Let us be Illumined by the Feast

Music of Orthodox Easter

Hamilton Stage for the Performing Arts
360 Hamilton Street, Rahway, NJ

Union County Performing Arts Center (732) 428-4592

Sunday June 2 – 4:00PM

Tickets – after May 22nd

e-mail “to Saint Anthony’s Church” Reserve tickets here (include name, email & number of tickets requested)

The fifty-voice Spirit of Orthodoxy Festival Chorus, under the direction of Aleksei V. Shipovalnikov, is comprised of singers of Eastern Orthodox Christian jurisdictions and parishes in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. The choir’s music witnesses to the range of the liturgical life of the Orthodox Church and is representative of the major stylistic periods of Orthodox Church music.
The program takes the audience on a journey through Great Lent culminating with the music of Christ’s resurrection, Holy Pascha.