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Traditonal 12" tapers --> 100% Beeswax

 

Candle Orders are gladly being received.

ONLINE ORDERING AVAILABLE
Phone, email, or text orders still welcome. 

Orders are by the pound,
at $11.75 per pound plus shipping.

 

Let God Arise
The second volume of the monastery’s tri-annual journal has been published and can be found here. It is free of charge and emailed at this time. If you would like to be added to future emailings, then please subscribe. 
 

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Prayer Requests

“From the day we heard, we have not ceased to pray for you.” Col 1.9

SEPTEMBER 25

DIVINE LITURGY CANCELLED

Liturgical Schedule

Holy Resurrection Monastery is a female Orthodox monastic community under the omophorion of His Grace Bishop DANIEL of the Diocese of Chicago and the Midwest of the Orthodox Church in America.

Visitors are welcome to attend daily services. 

NEW! 
See Calendar via Main Menu or schedule below.

M, T, W, F
5:30am Matins, 1st hour

4:30pm 9th Hour, Vespers

Thursday is a silent day, and the monastery is closed.

Saturday
6:30am Matins, 1st hour, Akathist
4:30pm Vigil

Divine Liturgies

Upcoming Divine Liturgies:
September 25 CANCELLED
October 23
November 13

There are no covid restrictions, but if you are sick or have been exposed, please use common sense, stay home, and get well. Fill out a prayer request so you and your loved ones can be specifically remembered in prayer at the monastery, especially for your health.

  • 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month9:10am Third and Sixth Hours followed by Divine Liturgy. (Fr Peter Bodnar)
  • Sundays (unless Mother is traveling)
    4:30 pm Vespers
  • Other Festal Liturgies TBA
would you like to stop by?

Please call or email ahead of time to make sure that Mother will be able to greet you. At this time, there are limited overnight accommodations. 

 

 

 

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