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At the Frankfort Community Expo til 2PM. “The Man In Green” is giving away green sunglasses.

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Join us at the Frankfort Community Expo Saturday (March 17) from 10AM to 2PM at Lincoln-Way East High School on LaGrange Rd. "The Man In Green" (picture simulated/your mileage may vary) will be at our table handing out green sunglasses while they last.

Oh, and feel free to join us Sunday morning at 10 for Divine Liturgy. No need to wear green. However you must wear clothing.

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Make plans now to join us for the Canon of Forgiveness, followed by the next chapter in our video series, "Journey To Fullness" with Father Barnabas Powell. It all starts Wednesday at 7PM at the Chapel.

And visit if you can Saturday from 10AM to 2PM at the Frankfort Community Expo at Lincoln-Way East High School. Rumor has it "The Man in Green" will be there giving away green sunglasses for St. Patrick Day (he's one of ours too, you know).

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Either you push your clock ahead an hour tonight or we’re not starting the Sunday service until 11 when you get to church. It’s up to you.

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St John Chapel at the New Lenox Community Expo until 1PM. Come out and get a cool pair of sunglasses (hey, the future’s so bright...)

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It's much easier for you. Just set your clocks ahead one hour Saturday night and be on time for church Sunday morning.

Yes, you "give up" an hour-- but the Lord loves a cheerful giver (2 Corinthians 9:7).

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Don't forget our weekly Wednesday night Complines tonight at 7PM, followed by another in our video series, "Journey To Fullness". This week, Father Barnabas continues with "When We Say God".

And don't miss us Saturday, March 10, at the New Lenox Community Expo in Lincoln-Way Central High School. Say hi and receive a cool pair of sunglasses!

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"It's a miracle."
We don't just think it. We know it.…/ct-sta-nl-historical-church…

New Lenox Area Historical Society buys 120-year-old church and repurposes it to serve veterans, church-goers and historians

The chapel is in the news! Learn about the plans the New Lenox Historical Society has for our treasured building.…/volunteers-are-ren…/a4kepvb/

NEW LENOX - Most of the St. Luke Orthodox Chapel might not look like it is ready for Sunday services, other than a small room on the second floor.

Thank you to the OCA Web site for including us in their gallery of pictures from Orthodoxy Sunday.…/pho…/sunday-of-orthodoxy-celebrations-2018

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Thank you to all who visited the Chapel on Triumph of Orthodoxy Sunday. Here the celebrants read the proclamation of the Ecumenical Council that restored icons in the church, after processing with theirs.

Don't forget, the Chapel will hold a brief Complines service on Wednesdays at 7PM during Lent, followed by our Orthodox education video, "Journey to Fullness". Let's all make the effort to attend services more fully on our journey to Pascha.

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Don't forget: Vespers, followed by communal confession in preparation for Great Lent are tonight (Saturday 2/17) at 6PM. Of course, Divine Liturgy is tomorrow at 10AM. This Wednesday we will join for the Canon of St. Andrew at 7PM. Each Wednesday during Lent at 7 PM we will have the Akathist of Repentance followed by our video class on the Holy Orthodox Faith by Fr. Barnabas with an open discussion afterwards. All are welcome, especially those inquiring or curious about Orthodoxy. Please join us if you can.

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Here is the schedule of Sunday night Lenten Vespers throughout the Chicago Deanery. Please try and make as many as you can to strengthen yourself spiritually on your journey to Pascha:

Sunday, February 25 - Triumph of Orthodoxy Pan-Orthodox Vespers - Sts. Constantine & Helen, Palos Hills - 6:30PM

Sunday, March 4 - St. George Cathedral, Chicago - 6:00PM


Sunday, March 11 - St. Luke, Palos Hills - 6:00PM

Sunday, March 18 - St. Elizabeth, Chesterton,Indiana - 6:00PM

Sunday, March 25 - Sts. Peter & Paul, Burr Ridge - 6:00PM

Sunday, April 1 - Bridegroom Matins - Holy Trinity Cathedral, Chicago - 6:00PM

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The fact that the chapel had the most visitors ever on the day a record was broken with nine straight days of measurable snow.


Thank you to all the visitors and all the regulars who braved the elements Sunday. And all those who shoveled!

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Congratulations to our friends at the New Lenox Historical Society. You did it!

A Homer Glen farmer will save and move the NL depot to his farm, home of the landmarked Tilsey Barn and Konow's corn maze.