Events

Sunday School Notice

*All Sunday School classes will be in-person at church after Easter Sunday*

Icon Painting Workshop

The course focuses on the art of egg tempera painting. Our goal is for students to understand and learn the artistic practices as well as the philosophy of Orthodox Iconography. The coursework is divided into individual steps; the instructor explains the principles and then demonstrates each phase in detail, answering all questions. Through the process of demonstrations the stages as well the whole method of painting an icon will be presented. The students will then put into practice these skills under the guidance of the instructor Theodoros Papadopoulos.

The techniques of painting will be taught in a clear and concrete way enabling the students to easily apply these techniques.

From the very beginning to the completion of the course, every student will work on his or her painting with assistance by the instructor.

The size of the icon is 13.50X10 inches.

Click here to learn more and register for the course: https://theodoreicons.com/ny

Inclement Weather Update

Church Service Update

The Holy Qurbana service is canceled tomorrow, Sunday, January 30th, due to inclement weather and for everyone's safety. Please stay safe.

Perunal & New Year Service 2022

Evening Prayer and Devotional Address

H. G. Zachariah Mar Nicholovos (December 31, 2021, Friday at 6:00 PM)

Morning Prayer and Holy Qurbana

Rev. Fr. Thomas Paul (January 1, 2022, Saturday from 8:00 AM)

  • Annual Report

  • First Offertory Prayer

  • Dedication Prayer for Office Bearers - 2022

  • Procession & Benediction

  • Nercha Vilambu

MGOCSM Fundraising

Want to join us in making a difference? In this season of giving, we need your help! Our St. Basil Orthodox Church's Mar Gregorios Orthodox Christian Student Movement is planning an initiative to raise money to build a house for a family in need.

Recently in the state of Kerala which is located in south India, there have been devastating floods that left thousands of families homeless. These events have left families struggling and left many children on the streets. We hope to gift a loving home to a family who has been left on the street because of this natural calamity using the money we raise.

We humbly ask for your thoughts, prayers, and generous contributions to help make this vision of making a positive change in this family’s life into reality.

Thank you and God bless!

COVID-19

COVID-19 update

To the concern and safety of our members and our community amidst a global Coronavirus pandemic, as of Sunday, June 21st, the attendance to the Holy Qurbana will be split among families as per the church membership directory. The groups will switch each week and a reminder email will be send to all members on a weekly basis to notify which group is attending which service.

All members must follow the guidelines listed below

  • As per state regulations, it is MANDATORY to always wear a mask when attending a public gathering.

  • Please practice SOCIAL DISTANCING and stay 6 feet apart from the person next to you.

  • If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, we kindly request you stay home until the quarantine period is completed.

  • If you are experiencing any kind of sickness, we kindly request you stay home.

  • Infants and elderly are kindly requested to stay home.

  • Those who work overnight, especially in the medical field, are requested to avoid attending service the next morning.

  • All out-of-state travelers from designated high-risk states must complete quarantine protocol as per New York State law.

  • All attendees must complete the online COVID-19 Screening Tool form which is available at the church website before attending church services.

Holy Qurbana service will be streamed live every Sunday for those who are staying home.

Sunday school classes will be conducted online. All Sunday school activities are cancelled until further notice.

Please pray for the people and regions affected by the coronavirus, and for the protection of our nation, community, and church. Prayer is powerful, and God is our perfect source of comfort and care. Thank you for the support and understanding during these challenging times.