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St. Basil's Orthodox Church is a Christian community of people from various ethnic and social backgrounds sharing a common commitment to the Lord, each other, and the Apostolic Faith. We warmly welcome all families, couples, and individuals who are looking for a deeper experience of the salvation offered in Jesus Christ. Come and see!


Healing Service Friday October 24 at 7:00 pm. The public is invited.


SAVE THE DATE

We will be celebrating our 3rd annual Harvest
Fest Saturday, October 18th, from 10am to
3pm. We will be making stuffed cabbage for
the fest on both October 16 and
17. We really need everyone’s help.
I am looking for some vendors so if you have
someone in mind, please tell me. Once
again, the church will be serving lunch of
ethnic food. The Sisterhood will have their
bake sale, plus raffles and so much more

INQUIRERS’ CLASSES

Fr. Peter will be conducting inquirers’
classes. They will consist of a series of
13 lectures as an introduction to
Orthodox Christianity. Whether you are
not Orthodox, but are interested in
learning about the Orthodox faith, or are
Orthodox but would like to learn more
about your faith, all are welcome. More
information is to follow.

Couple's Dinner

Couple's Dinner Hosted by Fr. Peter

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Celebration of Sunday Orthodoxy
Celebration of Sunday of Orthodoxy
 
On the first Sunday of Great Lent, St. Basil’s Orthodox Church, Watervliet, NY, had the privilege of hosting the Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers.  Each year on the Sundays of Great Lent, the St. Andrew’s Brotherhood Clergy of the Greater Capital District, under the leadership of Archpriest Igor Burdikoff, gathers to serve Sunday Vespers at the various Orthodox churches in the area. 
 
Participating clergy and faithful from the greater capital district extending from the Albany area, south to Hudson, NY, north to South Glens Falls, NY, and east to Pittsfield, MA., attended this service.
 
Father Theodore Roupas, pastor of St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Schenectady, gave an inspiring and moving homily as he spoke about icons, our need to be rooted in the Orthodox Faith and our call to witness to the Truth.
 
After the service everyone gathered together for fellowship and a Lenten meal in the Church Center.

 

St. Tikhon's visit to St. Basil's - 02/23/14

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Upcoming Events

Harvest Fest - Saturday October 18th

10am - 3pm

 

 


Upcoming Services

Sunday - September 28 - Ven. Chariton
the Confessor
9:10 am - Hours and Divine
Liturgy. Church School. Parish Picnic at
the Maplewood Fire Dept.

Tuesday - September 30
6:00 pm - Vespers with Blessing
of Loaves

Wednesday - October 1 - Protection of
the Most Holy Mother of God. Fast
Day. Fish, wine & oil permitted.
8:40 am - Hours and Divine
Liturgy

Friday - October 3
5:30 pm - Bible Study

Saturday - October 4
St. Vladimir’s Seminary Orthodox
Education Day. No service at St. Basil’s

Sunday - October 5 - Sts. Peter, Jonah,
Alexis, Philip and Germogen,
Metropolitans of Moscow
9:00 am - General Confession
9:30 am - Divine Liturgy and
Church School


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St. Basil Orthodox Church
6 Lansing Avenue
Watervliet, New York 12189