Every year, one of the ways our community gives back is by participating in the Saint Nicholas Wish list Program. This year, we will be helping the following seminary family: Schlafer Family from St. Tikhon’s Seminary. If you would like to participate, ornaments with a specific gift will be hanging form the wish list tree in our parish. Simply grab an ornament, purchase the gift written on the back, and we will bring the gifts at the end of the month to the seminary. This is a simple and meaningful way to help someone in need this holiday season.
Experience an innovative program that connects musical lineages and looks to the future of Orthodox sacred music. Hear the finest young voices of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, hailing from around North America, as they join together for the first time to explore their heritage, establish their identity, and move into the future.
Beginning in pre-revolutionary Russia, the concert program moves West over the 20th century and ends in contemporary America. It is a cultural statement and an artistic reflection on our living history as descendants of Russian émigrés, as well as a dive into the possibilities of the future of our music. By discovering our past, we will build our future.
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Our lovely and friendly Aunt is experiencing the early stages of Alzheimer’s. We are looking for someone to spend approximately 5 hours with her per day, M-F. Light housekeeping, light cooking, meal preparation, go for walks together. Above all, looking for a caring, patient and compassionate companion. Make her feel safe and keep her occupied. She is in great physical condition and has a lot of energy, keeping her stimulated and active is a must. She speaks English, Ukrainian, and Polish. Responsibilities will also include taking her to the grocery store, etc.
Our preference is for a caregiver who is a non-smoker. Pay is cash and hourly. Can be agreed upon together!
Call or text Daniel at 914-330-3853