Sunday, December 5
Parish Celebration of St. Nicholas

Agape Meal in Prokurat Hall after Liturgy

Great Vespers on Saturday evening at 5 pm on December 4
Confessions following

SUNDAY BULLETIN – Dec. 5, 2021


ST. NICHOLAS DAY- Our Celebration is today, December 5. St. Nick and his elf will be here.
Our tradition in St. Michael’s is that parents wrap a small present for each of their children for St. Nick’s bag.
Please label the gifts and leave them in Prokurat Hall before Liturgy!


December 8- Divine Liturgy at 10 AM – Conception of the Theotokos.
We will celebrate the 99th Birthday of Pauline Sargent!

Gratitude to Jake& Gina Jameson for their gift of a much needed Security System for our parish!

Many Thanks to Conrad Matiuk for his Christmas donation of $1000.

Many Thanks to Oleg & Lydia Reoutt for their donation of $500.

The Christmas Appeal will be sent out to all parishioners. Please be generous in your Christmas offering!

CHILDREN’S LENDING LIBRARY -Ruth has created a lending library of children’s books for their spiritual growth as Orthodox Christians. There is a log book to sign out the books.

Prayer List – Pauline Sargent, Rob Bliss, Sheila Bliss,Kylie Pavlik, Brad Stoffan, Peter

 AGAPE MEAL – Dec 12 is Natalia Kikilashvili

Birthdays this week – Pauline Sargent, Dec. 8

 Christmas Eve, Friday, Dec. 24 – Vesperal Liturgy at 7:00 pm
with Christmas Carols

Christmas Day, Saturday, Dec. 25 – Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am
Sunday, Dec. 26 – Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am



If you need to speak to the Rector please call Fr. Peter at (415)596-2965

St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church is located at 2425 Olivera Road, Concord, CA 94520. The mailing address is P.O.Box 728, Concord, CA 94522.

Please note that there is no rectory or parish house on the church property, and the rector does not live in Concord. If you wish to meet with the rector, come to Vespers and Divine Liturgy or by appointment.  Call Father Peter at (415) 4596-2965 or by email – rector@stmichael.org.
Thank you!

What is the Orthodox Church? It’s the original Christian Church founded by Jesus and continued by his Apostles. It is the same Church described in the Bible as the Body of Christ and the Bride of Christ. Throughout its 2000-year history Orthodox Christianity has remained faithful to the teachings and practices passed on from the Apostles and early Church Fathers.

If you have questions about the Orthodox Church or our particular parish,
please contact me at the numbers below. 
Yours in Christ,
Fr. Peter Fermeglia, Pastor
(415) 596-2965