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Clergy Council of San Diego

Sunday, March 13, 2011 6pm

St Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church (3459 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff-By-The-Sea, CA 92007)
(Interstate 5/Manchester Exit east ½ mile on the left)
For more information call Sts Constantine and Helen: (760) 942-0920

United to Serve: Orthodox Christian Charity
Each Sunday of Lent, we will have a presentation by an Orthodox charity organization

The San Diego Orthodox Choir will sing under the direction of Dr. Vladimir Morosan

Want to sing with the choir?
3PM, Sunday, March 6 Ss. Constantine & Helen
4:30 PM Sunday, March 13, Rehearsal/Warm-up
@ Ss. Constantine & Helen

There will be a Lenten Potluck reception afterward. Please bring a dish to share! If you would like to contribute, please contact Matushka Wendy at 760-518-4538 or by email: so we can plan to have enough for everyone.

The Sunday of Orthodoxy or Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy is celebrated on the first Sunday of Great Lent. The dominant theme of this Sunday since 843 has been that of the victory of the icons. In that year the iconoclastic controversy, which had raged on and off since 726,

was finally laid to rest, and icons and their veneration were restored on the first Sunday in Lent. Since then, this Sunday has been commemorated as the “Triumph of Orthodoxy.” (

Sunday Lenten Vesper Services:
March 20: St. George Antiochian, 4175 Poplar St., San Diego, CA 92105
March 27: St. George Serbian, 3025 Denver St., San Diego, CA 92117
April 3: St. John the Forerunner, Camp Pendleton. I-5 to Camp Pendleton exit. Be in right lane to go through the main gate; turn right at first light (Wire Mountain). Go up the hill to a 4-way stop; turn left. The Chapel is in the Blinder Chapel complex on the right hand side. Be prepared to show your driver’s license and proof of insurance to get on base.
April 10: St John of Damascus, 16903 Espola Road Poway, CA. All Services begin at 6 PM