Welcome to All Saints of North America Church!

Welcome Visitors!

May God bless you and direct your steps in discovering the Ancient Christian Church. We look forward to seeing you in our midst soon! The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational - it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended, and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2000 years ago. 

COME AND SEE!

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By God's grace we are building this beautiful church!

Thank you for your prayers and support!
Glory to God for all things!

Construction
Progress
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  • 15

    Jun

    Saturday
    1:00pm Ladies Tea & Akathist
    3:30pm Couples Fellowship
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • 16

    Jun

    Sunday
    Holy Fathers of the 1st Ecumenical Council, Afterfeast of the Ascension, Father's Day
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Potluck: Group 3
  • 18

    Jun

    Tuesday
    10:30am Book Study
    6:30pm Parish Council Meeting online
  • 19

    Jun

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast
  • 20

    Jun

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
  • 22

    Jun

    Saturday
    Memorial Saturday
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm General Panikhida, Great Vespers, Litiya, Confessions
  • 23

    Jun

    Sunday
    HOLY PENTECOST, Feast of the Holy Trinity
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Kneeling Prayers, Potluck: Group 4
  • 26

    Jun

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast free
  • 27

    Jun

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
    Fast free
  • 29

    Jun

    Saturday
    SS. PETER & PAUL
    11:30am - 1:00pm Serve Lunch @ Joy Junction
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
    Fast free
  • 30

    Jun

    Sunday
    Synaxis of All Saints
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, NO POTLUCK: Bagels, cream cheese etc. will be provided to give kitchen volunteers a break
  • 2

    Jul

    Tuesday
    10:30am Book Study
  • 3

    Jul

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast
  • 4

    Jul

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
  • 6

    Jul

    Saturday
    5:00pm Teen Book Study
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • 7

    Jul

    Sunday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
  • 9

    Jul

    Tuesday
    10:30am Book Study
  • 10

    Jul

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast
  • 11

    Jul

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
  • 13

    Jul

    Saturday
    5:00pm Teen Book Study
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • 14

    Jul

    Sunday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
  • 16

    Jul

    Tuesday
    10:30am Book Study
  • 17

    Jul

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast
  • 18

    Jul

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
  • 20

    Jul

    Saturday
    PROPHET ELIJAH
    5:00pm Teen Book Study
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • 21

    Jul

    Sunday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
  • 23

    Jul

    Tuesday
    10:30am Book Study
  • 24

    Jul

    Wednesday
    6:00pm Vespers
    Fast
  • 25

    Jul

    Thursday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy, Lite Potluck
  • 27

    Jul

    Saturday
    5:00pm Teen Book Study
    5:00pm Choir Rehearsal
    5:00pm Orthodoxy Class
    6:00pm Great Vespers, Confessions
  • 28

    Jul

    Sunday
    9:10am Hours
    9:30am Divine Liturgy
Sunday of the Holy Fathers of the 1st Ecumenical Council
June 16 Bulletin
June
Calendar

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The Ascension of our Lord

The Church’s celebration of the ascension, as all such festal celebrations, is not merely the remembrance of an event in Christ’s life. Indeed, the ascension itself is not to be understood as though it were simply the supernatural event of a man floating up and away into the skies...In the Church the believers in Christ celebrate these very same realities with the conviction that it is for them and for all men that Christ’s departure from this world has taken place. The Lord leaves in order to be glorified with God the Father and to glorify us with himself. He goes in order to “prepare a place” for and to take us also into the blessedness of God’s presence. He goes to open the way for all flesh into the “heavenly sanctuary . . . the Holy Place not made by hands” (see Hebrews 8–10). He goes in order send the Holy Spirit, Who proceeds from the Father to bear witness to Him and His gospel in the world, making Him powerfully present in the lives of disciples.


— from "The Orthodox Faith" by Fr. Thomas Hopko

TROPARION — O Christ God, You have ascended in Glory, granting joy to Your disciples by the promise of the Holy Spirit. Through the blessing they were assured that You are the Son of God, the Redeemer of the world!

KONTAKION — When You had fulfilled the dispensation for our sake, and united earth to heaven: You ascended in glory, O Christ our God, not being parted from those who love You, but remaining with them and crying: “I am with you and no one will be against you!”


Commemorated on June 13 — CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

 

All Saints of North America
Orthodox Church

10440 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114