Grand Opening of Saint Mark of Ephesus Cathedral

SAINT MARK OF EPHESUS ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL
340 Clapboardtree St
Westwood, MA 02090-2908
617-469-2380
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With thanksgiving to our Savior and God and with the blessing of His Eminence, Demetrius, we invite all of you to join us in our official Grand Opening of our Cathedral Parish at its new location here in Westwood.

This joyous celebration is as follows:

Saturday, November 2/15 - Vespers 6:00 PM
Sunday, November 3/16:
7:00 AM - Matins & hierarchical concelebration of the Divine Liturgy
1:00 PM - Festive Banquet at the nearby Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood

Please see the flyer below for more particulars and also for information regarding our commemorative journal. You may print both documents for posting and distribution.

For additional details or questions, please feel free to contact us by phone or email, both listed above.

With thanks to you all for your love and support and prayers,

All of your brethren of Saint Mark of Ephesus Orthodox Cathedral

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