St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox SoborSt. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Sobor
Upcoming Services
All Services in English
June 15,
5:00PM Vigil

June 16,
9:15AM Hours
9:30AM Divine Liturgy

June 18,
7:00PM Parish Council

Sunday, June 16


Tone 7. Holy Pentecost: Feast of the Holy Trinity . St. Tychon (Tikhon, Tycho), Bishop of Amathus in Cyprus (4th-5th c.). Ven Tikhon of Kaluga (or Medin—1492). Ven. Tikhon of Lukhovsk (Kostromá—1503). Martyrs Tigrius the Presbyter and Eutropius the Reader, of Constantinople (5th c.).

Acts 2:1-11 John 7:37-52, 8:12

Please direct all inquiries to the church office.

*In an emergency contact Fr. Vincent at (780) 288-5347

Additional Parking
is available Sunday morning at the Continental Inn parking lot – 166 St. and 100 Ave. If you expect to park there regularly remember to place a parking permit card on your dash. Parking permits are available on the candle desk in the narthex.


Bulletin Announcements for Sunday, June 23, 2019

Monk Tikhon will be away from the office June 10 to June 23. If you have an item for the Sunday, June 23 bulletin please email or call Father Vincent: or phone (780) 288-5347. (Deadline for announcements is Thursday @ 2:00 pm)

Post-Pentecost Pot-Luck Picnic

Since Pentecost falls on Fathers' Day this year, parish council has decided to have a post-Pentecost church pot-luck picnic on the Fedor/Chichak farm (50316 RRD 255, Leduc County) on Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 commencing at 2:30 PM. There will be a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the church narthex. The church will supply the meat. Please bring lawn chairs and weather appropriate clothing, especially for the evening campfire. (P.S.: Coffee and doughnuts will be served at the church following liturgy on the 23rd.)


Our coffee hour lunches are in need of caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee beans or COARSE GROUND coffee.

Please NO FINE GRIND as it cannot be used.

Thank you!

Lawn Mowers Needed!

(People, not machines)

We still need a few more people to sign up to mow the lawn for the end of July and the month of August. A sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board in the narthex. Please take time to put your name down to volunteer.

PLEASE NOTE: If using a gas or electric mower the City of Edmonton has asked us not to mow the lawn before 7:00 a.m. or after 10:00 p.m., Mondays to Saturdays and before 9:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m., Sundays and holidays.


This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for... it's time to register your child for St. Peter the Aleut Orthodox Summer Camp 2019!! And if you get your child's completed registration form in before June 23 rd you will receive $25 off your camper registration fee!! Deadline for registrations is July 14th. Camp is open to anyone in grade 2-9 as of June 1, 2019. Forms are available on the display case in the Narthex, and completed forms can be sent to Fr. Daniel & Matushka Valerie Friesen (all their info is in the camper forms). Please reach out to Katherine Bessette, Fr. Vincent or Fr. Daniel if you have any questions. We’re looking forward to seeing you all this summer!


Today, following the Divine Liturgy, we will be praying three long prayers known as the "Kneeling Prayers".

When you enter the Church, be sure to pick up one of the kneeling mats to use (you can place it under your chair until you need it).

During the 50 days of Pascha/Ascension, no kneeling is done during our prayers since kneeling and prostrating are postures of repentance and sorrow for our sins (and we don't do this while celebrating the joyful feast of the Resurrection). This changes on Pentecost Sunday when we kneel for the first time since Pascha.

Also, since the Holy Spirit is now sent to us from the Father, we begin once again to sing the hymn “O Heavenly King” (which was not sung during the past 50 days while the bridegroom was with us).

Contact Us
Phone: (780) 484-9804

9930-167 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5P 4W7

Church office hours:
12 - 4PM Mon - Fri

St. Maximus the Confessor
Words of Wisdom
As the memory of fire does not warm the body, so faith without love does not bring about the illumination of knowledge in the soul.
- St. Maximus the Confessor