Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

St. Nicholas Bulletin - October 16, 2022

Christ is in our midst! Христос међу нама! Cristo está entre nosotros!

Homily on first Sunday of Luke

by V. Rev. Fr. Gregory Jensens

In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit...

Glory to Jesus Christ!


The first two chapters of Genesis introduce us to the God Who is both Redeemer and Artist of Creation. Rather than Aristotle’s impersonal Unmoved Mover or the Enlightenment’s somewhat more personal but nevertheless detached Watchmaker, as portrayed in Genesis God is intimately involved in the shaping and ordering of Creation. Day after day, God orders the primordial chaos. To those who lived at the time, this ordering of chaos would not have been understood abstractly. In a world beset with the chaos of disease and famine, war and accidental death, God’s actions at the Creation would have been proof that the God of Moses was worthy of human obedience. This God above all the gods of the time was victorious not only over the passing chaos of daily life but the cosmological chaos that always threatened to overwhelm humanity. And when God creates His finest creation–humanity–He doesn’t do so like the other gods from a distance or with violence. Rather, He reaches down in love to His creation and forms Man out of the dust, the mud, of the earth.

We can see in this a foreshadowing of the Incarnation. As St Augustine points out (City of God, 24), the One Who gives us physical life by His breath will later breath upon the apostles and disciples granting them the power to forgive sins and so great us life everlasting (see John 20:19-25). But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. What God creates first, is more manikin than Man. It is only when God mixes His Spirit with His this model of a man that the mud of the earth becomes, as we read in Genesis, “a living being” (Genesis 2:7). This means that to be human means to be a creature who shares, participates, in the divine life (compare 2 Peter 1:4).

The Hebrew word translated as “living being” is nephesh. It is a word often used to describe things like a flute or the throat. It has the connotation, in other words, of things that are only themselves when they are empty so they can be filled with breath. It’s only with breath, that the flute makes music or the throat words. For the human to be nephesh means that, from the beginning, we are only ourselves when we are filled with the Spirit of God. This is the context with which we can understand St Paul’s boast that in human weakness, divine grace is perfected. The power of the Gospel is only made real in the lives of those who have come to accept and embrace with gratitude their absolute dependence on God. This means as well, that I am most fully myself only to the degree that I depend on God. And it is this dependence on God that makes possible for us to do the mighty works of God.

Look at St Peter in the Gospel. After a hard night of failure, Jesus comes to him and asks to be rowed out into the lake. Of all the things Simon wanted to do that morning, going back on to the water was likely not one of them. But out he goes. And when Jesus is finished preaching? He tells Simon to row out to the deep part of the lake and let down his net. Not surprisingly, Simon doesn’t want to do this. After all, he not Jesus is the fisherman. And while he was willing to provide Jesus a platform to preach, rowing out on the water and dropping his net means revisiting the scene of his failure. We need to understand, Simon’s failure wasn’t an abstraction for him. Failing to catch fish the night before, means he goes hungry this morning. And not only Simon. His wife and children will have no food this morning. And he will have no fish to trade. This means he has failed not only his family but his village as well.

And so for Simon to hear Jesus, this rabbi, this carpenter, and his friend, to say “Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch” means to be asked to revisit the scene of his failure as a husband, a father and a member of the community. To do as Jesus asks is humiliating for Simon. The successful catch comes at the cost of Simon surrendering all his notions of who he is and what it means to be a good husband, father, Jew, and man.

Rather than responding with anger, he confesses his sinfulness. In that moment of miraculous success, Simon realizes how little room he has in his heart for God. It is precisely at the moment when he realizes his weakness, that Simon the fisherman becomes Peter the Apostle who’s preaching will set the world on fire!

We are called to live the same life as Peter and Paul. If we embrace our dependence on God if we root out all the things in our life that we cling to instead of God, then like Peter and Paul, we can not only set the world around us on fire, we can become ourselves fire! And what does fire do but shine and burn? We can become light and warmth for a world grown cold and dark because of sin. And far from being used up or destroyed in the process, we will become more and more the persons who God has created us to be. My brothers and sisters in Christ! Jesus says to each of us today, “I came to send fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled!”

Today, Christ calls us to fulfill His desire for the world!

Today, Christ calls us to be His disciples, His witnesses!

Today, Christ calls us to become who we are!

Today, Christ calls us to become fire!

~Hymnography of the Day~

Commemorating Hieromartyr Dionysius the Areopagite Bishop of Athens, St John the Chozebite Bishop of Ceasarea Palestine, Martyrs Rusticus the Presbyter and Eleutherius the Deacon, Venerable Dionysius the Recluse of the Kiev Caves, Venerable Hesychius of Mt Horeb, St Damaris of Athens



When the stone had been sealed by the Jews, while the soldiers were guarding Your most pure body, You rose on the third day, O Savior, granting life to the world. The powers of heaven therefore cried to You, O Giver of Life: “Glory to Your Resurrection, O Christ! Glory to Your Kingdom! Glory to Your dispensation, O Lover of mankind!”


Truly you were revealed to your flock as a rule of faith, an image of humility and a teacher of abstinence; your humility exalted you; your poverty enriched you. Hierarch Father Nicholas, entreat Christ our God that our souls may be saved.


Having learned goodness and maintaining continence in all things, you were arrayed with a good conscience as befits a priest. From the chosen Vessel you drew ineffable mysteries; you kept the faith, and finished a course equal to His. Bishop martyr Dionysius, entreat Christ God that our souls may be saved.


As God, You rose from the tomb in glory, raising the world with Yourself. Human nature praises You as God, for death has vanished. Adam exults, O Master! Eve rejoices, for she is freed from bondage and cries to You: “You are the Giver of Resurrection to all, O Christ!”


Steadfast Protectress of Christians and constant Advocate before the Creator; despise not the cry of us sinners, but come speedily to help those who call on You in faith. Hasten to hear our petition and to intercede for us, O Theotokos, for You always protect those who honor You!


~Scripture Readings of the Day~


This Week: Matins:  Lenny Tepsich,  Epistle: Theodore Sukernik

Next Week: Matins: Nick Ressetar, Epistle: Marko Rocknage

EPISTLE: 2 Corinthians 9:6-11

DEACON:       Let us pay attention. 

PRIEST:         Peace be unto all!

READER:       And with your spirit!

DEACON:       Wisdom.

READER:      The Prokeimenon in the First Tone: Let Your mercy, O Lord, be upon us as we have set our hope on You!

CHOIR:          Let Your mercy, O Lord, be upon us as we have set our hope on You!

READER: v: Rejoice in the Lord, O your righteous! Praise befits the just!

CHOIR: Let Your mercy, O Lord, be upon us as we have set our hope on You!

READER: Let Your mercy, O Lord, be upon us...

CHOIR: ...as we have set our hope on You!

DEACON: Wisdom!

READER: The Reading is from the Epistle of the Holy Apostle Paul to the Corinthians

DEACON: Let us attend!

READER: Brethren, but this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.  So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work. As it is written: “He has dispersed abroad, He has given to the poor; His righteousness endures forever.” Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness, while you are enriched in everything for all liberality, which causes thanksgiving through us to God.

PRIEST: Peace be unto you, reader!

READER: And with your spirit! Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

CHOIR: Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

READER:      God gives vengeance unto me, and subdues people under me.

CHOIR:          Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

READER:      He magnifies the salvation of the King and deals mercifully with David, His anointed, and his seed forever.

CHOIR:          Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

АПОСТОЛ:  2 Коринћанима 9:6-11

Ђакон:          Пазимо

Свештеник: Мир свима!

Читач:           I Духу Твоме!

Ђакон:          Премудрост

Читач : ПРОКИМЕН- глас 1 Нека буде милост Твоја, Господе, на нама, као што се уздасмо у Тебе.

Хор:                Нека буде милост Твоја, Господе, на нама, као што се уздасмо у Тебе.

Читач: Веселите се, праведници, пред Господом, праведнима доликује похвала.

Хор: Нека буде милост Твоја, Господе, на нама, као што се уздасмо у Тебе.

Читач: Нека буде милост Твоја, Господе,

Хор: на нама, као што се уздасмо у Тебе.

Ђакон: Премудрост

Читач: Читање је од друге посланице Светог апостола Павла до Коринћанима

Ђакон: Пазимо

Читач: А ово велим: Ко шкрто сије, шкрто ће и жњети; а ко са благословима сије, са благословима ће и жњети. Сваки како одлучи у срцу, не са жалошћу или принудно; јер Бог љуби онога који драговољно даје. А Бог је кадар да вас обогати сваком благодаћу, да у свему свагда имајући довољно свега, изобилујете у сваком добром дјелу. Као што је написано: Просу, даде сиромасима; правда Његова остаје до вијека. А Онај који даје сјеме сијачу и хљеб за јело, даће и умножиће сјеме ваше, и даће да узрасту плодови праведности ваше; Богатећи се у свему за сваку простодушност која кроз нас приноси захвалност Богу.

Свештеник: Мир свима Читачу!

Читач: I Духом Твоме! Алилуиа, Алилуиа, Алилуиа

Хор: Алилуиа, Алилуиа, Алилуиа

Читач:           Бог ми даје освету и покорава ми народе.

Хор:                Алилуиа, Алилуиа, Алилуиа

Читач:           Славно избављаш цара свога и чиниш милост помазанику своме Давиду и потомству његовом до вјека.

Хор:                Алилуиа, Алилуиа, Алилуиа


Luke 5: 1-11

At that time, as the multitude pressed about Him to hear the word of God, that He stood by the Lake of Gennesaret, and saw two boats standing by the lake; but the fishermen had gone from them and were washing their nets. Then He got into one of the boats, which was Simon’s, and asked him to put out a little from the land. And He sat down and taught the multitudes from the boat.

When He had stopped speaking, He said to Simon, “Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.”

But Simon answered and said to Him, “Master, we have toiled all night and caught nothing; nevertheless at Your word I will let down the net.” And when they had done this, they caught a great number of fish, and their net was breaking. So they signaled to their partners in the other boat to come and help them. And they came and filled both the boats, so that they began to sink. When Simon Peter saw it, he fell down at Jesus’ knees, saying, “Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord!”

For he and all who were with him were astonished at the catch of fish which they had taken; and so also were James and John, the sons of Zebedee, who were partners with Simon. And Jesus said to Simon, “Do not be afraid. From now on you will catch men.”  So when they had brought their boats to land, they forsook all and followed Him.


Лука 5: 1-11

У вријеме оно, Исус стајаше крај Генисаретског језера, и видје двије лађе гдје стоје украј језера, а рибари бијаху изишли из њих и испираху мреже. И уђе у једну лађу, која бијаше Симонова, и замоли га да одмакне мало од обале; и сједе и учаше народ из лађе. А кад преста говорити, рече Симону: Хајде на дубину и баците мреже своје за лов. И одговарајући Симон рече му: Учитељу, сву ноћ смо се трудили, и ништа не ухватисмо; али на твоју ријеч бацићу мрежу. И учинивши то уловише велико мноштво риба, те им се мрежа поче цијепати. И дадоше знак друштву које бјеше на другој лађи да дођу да им помогну; и дођоше, и напунише обје лађе тако да се оне потапаху. А кад видје Симон Петар, припаде кољенима Исусовим говорећи: Изиђи од мене, Господе, јер сам човјек грјешан. Јер запрепашћење обузе њега и све који бијаху с њим због лова рибе што ухватише, a тако исто и Јакова и Јована, синове Зеведејеве, који бијаху другови Симонови. И рече Исус Симону: Не бој се, од сада ћеш људе ловити. И извукавши обје лађе на земљу оставише све, и отидоше за њим.

~ The Week Ahead: Scriptures and Services ~

18th Sunday after Pentecost

October 16, 2022

II Corinthians 9:6-11

Luke 5:1-11

8:30 am Matins

9:30 am Liturgy


October 17, 2022

Philippians 1:1-7

Luke 6:24-30


October 18, 2022

Philippians 1:8-14

Luke 6:37–45


October 19, 2022

Philippians 1:12-20

Luke 6:46-7:1

6:30 pm Vespers

7pm Living the Faith


October 20, 2022

Philippians 1:20-27

Luke 7:17-30

6:30pm Choir Rehearsal


October 21, 2022

Philippians 1:27-2:4

Luke 7:31-35


October 22, 2022

I Corinthians 15:58-16:3

Luke 5:27-32

5pm Vespers

19th Sunday after Pentecost

October 23, 2022

II Corinthians 11:31-12:9

Luke 6:31-36

8:30 am Matins

9:30 am Liturgy

"It is Truly Meet"

"Достојно Јест"

Composer: S. St. Mokranjac

Director: Milica Tishma 


Seventh Resurrection Gospel: John 20: 1-10

Now on the first day of the week Mary Magdalene went to the tomb early, while it was still dark, and saw that the stone had been taken away from the tomb.  Then she ran and came to Simon Peter, and to the other disciple, whom Jesus loved, and said to them, “They have taken away the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid Him.” Peter therefore went out, and the other disciple, and were going to the tomb.  So they both ran together, and the other disciple outran Peter and came to the tomb first.  And he, stooping down and looking in, saw the linen cloths lying there; yet he did not go in.  Then Simon Peter came, following him, and went into the tomb; and he saw the linen cloths lying there, and the handkerchief that had been around His head, not lying with the linen cloths, but folded together in a place by itself.  Then the other disciple, who came to the tomb first, went in also; and he saw and believed.  For as yet they did not know the Scripture, that He must rise again from the dead.  Then the disciples went away again to their own homes.

~Prayers for the Faithful~

In Our Prayers

The Newly Illumined Misha Aleksander Bowser, his parents and sponsors, Metropolitan Paul, Archbishop Youhanna, Protopresbyter Srboljub and Protinica Ljubica Jockovic, Protopresbyter Rodney Torbic, Popadija Sara Golic, Matushka Barbara Ealy, the child Katie Elizabeth and her parents Mileva and Michael Repasky, the child Metodija and his parents Fr. Dn. Milan and Mira Damljanovic, the child Danijela and her parents Mark and Jennifer Belo, Melissa Thomason and the child newly born of her, Clare Jurkovic and the child newly born of her, Jazmin Cruz and the child newly born of her, Lauren Spangler and the child newly born of her, Mara Bebeau and the child newly born of her, Bethany Peterson and the child to be born of her, Addy Andy, Louise Bare, Dori Bert, Jonathan Bertsch, Darlene & Larry Black, Carole Blitva, Stephan and Barbara Blitva, Walter “Bud” Brown, Guiliana & Aleksandar Carricato, Leann Cox, Joseph Derk, Art Dils, Draga Donato, Tommy and Kara (Blitva) Dorsey, Anaya Garvin, Christian & Melanie Geib, Michael Geppert III, Dr Andrea Govelovich, Nick & Terry Govelovich, Kata Gruich, Dan Hazlett, Basil Havalchak, Travis Heilman, Adam Herigan, Edith Herigan, Nicole Stefan Imschweiler, Susan Jacobs, Tijana Jaksic, Slobodan Jovicic, Spencer Klinge, Ljuban Kosovac, Dorothy Krnjaich, Henry Laichak, Peter Lalic, Dragan Lalovic, Stella Wren Lappas, Catherine Lewis, Dick Livingston, Maggie Livingston, Stephen Lundingrin, Dianne & Jim Martin, Rowan Martin, Jack McFall, Annabelle McLaughlin, Marija Miljkovic, Daria Milletics, Infant of God Ryan Leigh Moffitt, Peter Mrgich, George Myers, Patty Navarro, Bosiljka Ninkovic, Eva Orr, Lila Packer, Daniel Paddock, Ljubomir Pejanovic, Vid & Marica Pejcic, Hope Pesner, Tracy Petrovich, Logan Roszkowski, Greg Selman, Michael Schaffner, Michael Semic, Steven Semic, Benjamin Shaffer, Tessa Shaffer, John Sheaffer, Pat Shoemaker, Branko Smitran, Tracey Stanovich, Tim Stefan, Patricia & Joseph Sypniewski, Leonard Tepsich, Leroy Tepsich Jr, Edie & Michael “Bo” Venesevich, Rita Vorkapich, Kristina Vukalo, Steve Vulich, Paula Werner, Draga Worman, Dewey Yetter, Mileva “Millie” Yezdimir, Demetrios & Eleni Ziogas, Miriam “Mim” Codan Ziolkowski


Those Who Need Special Care 


Those to be Baptized

Sloane Ivey & Berkeley Blythe Semic, Emilia Renee Peterson, Barrett Scott, Divna and Danica Mitrovic, Nora Katherine & Maeve Noelle Van Huysen, Sloane York, Logan Michael Livingston, Bennett Noah Spangler, Ethan and Lauren Bebeau

Our College Students

Anastasija Gligorevic, Cayden Healy, Matthew Hoover, Kalei Howard, Sophia Mummert, Kobe Petrovich, Christina Radanovic, Ioanna Radanovic, Kyranna Radanovic, Maxim Reznitchenko, Madison Vorkapich


Our Dearly Departed Loved Ones

Matushka Anna Hopko, Protinica Miryana Trbuhovich, Protinica Donna Merick, Elizabeth Rupich, Margaret Radanovic, Nenad ‘Nesho’ Pantelich, Mark Gruin, Slobodanka Balaban, Mihailo Novakovic, Ljubica Tajkovic 

~Vigils Offered~

DENNIS RUFF Offered in celebration of his 30th birthday (Oct 12). May God grant you many more! Ziveli! Mnogaja Ljeta! Love Nikki & Putz & family.

YOVANKA HOOVER Offered in joyous celebration of our Yovanka, on her birthday today (Oct 17) and to thank her for all she does for all of us, you are God’s blessing to all of us. May God bless her with many more happy and healthy birthdays. We love you very much, Matthew, Babi and the whole family. Mnogaja Ljeta! Many Years!

YOVANKA HOOVER Offered in celebration of her 60th birthday (Oct 17). May God grant you many more! Ziveli! Mnogaja Ljeta! Love Nikki & Putz & family.

NINA GILROY Offered in celebration of my Goddaughter’s birthday (Oct 19). May God grant you many more! Ziveli! Mnogaja Ljeta! Love Kuma Nikki & Putz & family.


TOOTSIE KRNJAICH Offering vigils and prayers for our Kuma Tootsie. May God’s blessings be with her during her rehab period. From her Godchildren, Kat and families.

DARLENE BLACK Offered with love by the Barber & Geib Families for God’s Blessings during her recovery. We pray that He will bless her with good health. Our Love & Prayers are with her.

MICHAEL GEPPERT Offered prayerfully by Mom & Dad for improvement in health and God’s blessings and loving care during his recovery.

†MILLIE OBRADOVICH RADOVICH Offered in loving memory of †Kuma Millie (12 years—Oct 16) of her repose, with prayers she rests where there is no pain, nor sorrow, nor suffering, but life everlasting. Given by the Yanich & Matich families. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal! 

†NATJA KESSLER Offered in loving memory of my beautiful wife Natja, on what would have been her 76th birthday on Tuesday, October 18. How blessed I was to have had her in my life, sadly missed by her husband Paul. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal! 

†NATJA KESSLER Offered in loving memory of my Kuma Natja on her birthday (Oct 18). Sadly missed by Godson Matthew Hoover. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal! 

†JAMES RUSSIN Offered in loving memory of Marie’s brother’s repose (25 years—Oct 18) by Frank and Marie Brescia and family. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal!

†JAMES RUSSIN Offered in loving memory of his repose (25 years—Oct 18) by his Godchildren Alexis Brescia & Frank Brescia III. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal!

†DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE VUJASINOVICH FAMILY Offered in loving memory of our dear deceased Vujasinovich family members in remembrance of their Krsna Slava, Sveti Toma (Oct 19). Forever in our hearts and prayers that God grants them eternal peace in His Heavenly Kingdom. Lovingly offered by Zorka and their loving family. Vjecnaja Pamjat! Memory Eternal!

Please continue to pray for all of those currently being persecuted for Christ's sake in Kosovo, Metohija, Montenegro, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Ethiopia, the Sudan, China, North Korea, for all of our brothers and sisters in Christ suffering throughout the world, especially in Ukraine, that they might be comforted with the Joy of our Lord, and for all of those suffering from the pandemic, for those who minister, and for those who are unjustly persecuted that they may be strengthened by the love of Christ which knows no race.  


Stewardship Offering Information

Date 10/9/2022

Collection: $5,222.00

Date 10/2/2022

Collection: $4,520.00

Date 9/25/2022

Collection: $1,180.00

October Birthdays

Caroline Donato (Oct 2), Dave Milletics (Oct 2), Sonora Viola Mae Cruz (Oct 2), Adeline & Peter Meadow (Oct 3), Marcia Breinich (Oct 4), Kate Nation (Oct 4), Madison Vorkapich (Oct 5), Lenny Tepsich (Oct 6), Craig Heilman (Oct 6), Alex Filepas (Oct 6), Owen Kingsbury (Oct 8), Dejan Raic (Oct 11), Arlene Barber (Oct 12), Dennis Ruff (Oct 12), Milan Yovic (Oct 15), Yovanka Hoover (Oct 17), Andrea Govelovich (Oct 17), Nicole Petrovich (Oct 18), Anastasija Gligorevic (Oct 18), Nina Gilroy (Oct 19), Mira Lukic (Oct 26), John Nicholas Hernjak (Oct 27), Carole Radosinovich (Oct 29), Jimi Werner (Oct 29), Marijana Rocknage (Oct 30), Brad Kingsbury, David Christ, Ognjen Pejanovic


October Anniversaries

Bobbi & William Wenner (Oct 1), Katya Kotchnyeva & Eric Garvin (Oct 10), Jean & Paul Martin (Oct 11), Angie & Jim Bagley (Oct 12), Daria & Dave Milletics (Oct 16), Mackenzie & Stefan Lazarevic (Oct 21), Janis & Greg Meadow (Oct 29)

~Bulletin Board~


A class dedicated to answering the questions of how to live a Life in Christ according to the Orthodox Faith. The fifth class will be on Wednesday, October 19 after Vespers (6:30pm). Each Wednesday, we will meet, pray together, and explore some of the beauty of a life well lived: a Life in Christ. 


We will be assembling the scaffolding for the cupola installation beginning on Tuesday, October 25 until completed.


The October 16 meeting of the Sisters is being postponed until October 30th. We urge all Sisters to attend.


Our SOTAYA Group is once again selling frozen packs of cevapi at $15/pack (2 pounds, 32 pieces). To order see Dn. Bojan Gligorevic or call the office at 717-939-3872

October 2022 Calendar


Office will be closed October 17-21

October Charity

Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF)


OCF celebrates October as Orthodox Awareness Month and is the official campus ministry program established by the Standing Conference of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas (SCOBA) to support Orthodox Christian student organizations on university and college campuses. OCF offers support to 270 campus chapters in the US and Canada, convenes conferences and service projects, and encourages students to develop deeper connections to our faith. Visit the OCF website at www.ocf.net to learn more about their worship, service, and fellowship programs and to check on specific campus chapters. Penn State University at State College formed one of the earliest OCF chapters and continues to have an active agenda. Other Pennsylvania chapters include Hershey Medical School, F&M College, Millersville, Bloomsburg, East Stroudsburg, Penn, Pitt, and Bucknell. There are also chapters at Delaware and Ohio State. Encourage college students in your family to participate with the OCF chapter on their campuses or to contact OCF for assistance in organizing a chapter. Participation is a great pan-Orthodox experience.



It’s time again for the Mother’s Club

Nut and Poppy Seed Roll sale


Rolls are $20 each and the last day to order will be

Sunday, October 30th


Order forms are available at the tutors stand and can be turned in to Popadija Andreja.

Or call her at 717-939-0251


Pick Up will be Saturday, Nov 12 from 10 am - 12 noon



Orders Due: Sunday, October 30th

Pick Up: Sunday, November 6th


Please place orders with Yovanka Hoover (717-623-8588) or give order forms to Daria in the church office

(forms are available at the tutors stand)


Chicken Paprikas: $10,  Posno Veggie: $8,  

Beef Stew: $12, Pogaca: $5 per loaf