Bible Study Tonight, Movie Night, Psychiatric Hospital Service Full, and More

This past weekend we all woke up to a horrible tragedy to the bloodiest massacre in American history with the shooting in Las Vegas. I ask for you to pray for the victims, families, and first responders. May God grant healing and restoration to those who are hurting and those who are hurting others.

This past Sunday in The Link, we continued our series entitled HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW with a talk called Jesus at Your Job. How do you view your work? Is it a necessary evil? Just something to pay the bills? Perhaps you’re looking at your work in the wrong way. Check out our discussion from last Sunday HERE.

To view this sermon, or previous ones, you can click the sermon title above, or visit and subscribe to the St. Anianus YouTube page HERE.

This coming Sunday at Church, we will be continuing with part 4 of our series
Lecture: Knowing God through His Creation
Speaker: Sherif Samaan.


Sunday Morning: Princeton Day School (Fox Room)
 8:30AM         Matins & Daily Office (Agpeya)
 9:00AM         Divine Liturgy
11:00AM        Coffee Break
11:30AM        The Link & Kid’s Ministry
For Directions to where we worship on Sunday Morning’s CLICK HERE

Remainder of the Week: Church (143 N. Bergen Mills Rd, Monroe Twp., NJ)
Saturday,  6:30PM – 8:30 PM        Vespers, Praises, Confession
Thursday, 7:00PM – 8:30 PM        Bible Study / The Vine: Bible Study (1st, 3rd & 5th), The Vine (2nd & 4th)
Friday,      7:30PM – 9:30 PM        Connect Youth Group (for High School & Middle School Youth)

If you have any questions pertaining to upcoming events or other Church news, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Yours because of Christ,

Fr. Michael Sorial


Date: Sunday, October 15th
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Movie: Courageous
Address: 143 N. Bergen Mills Rd, Monroe Township, NJ 08831


Passage: Luke 16
Time: 7:15 PM – 8:30 PM
Address: 143 N. Bergen Mills Rd, Monroe Township, NJ 08831
We meet for Bible Study on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursday’s of the month
Join us tonight!


As registration has closed, we ask you to pray for this service on Thursday, October 12th, that our Lord Jesus Christ use us to be a source of hope, healing, and encouragement to the patients we will be serving.

Registration Closed


In the light of the national controversy around kneeling during the national anthem, join us for a guided discussion on ORTHODOXY AND PATRIOTISM.
Time: 7:15 PM – 8:30 PM
Address: 143 N. Bergen Mills Rd, Monroe Township, NJ 08831
We meet for Vine on the 2nd and 4th Thursday’s of the month


We believe that every member in the body of Christ should be actively serving in the Church.  You are invited to personally get involved and help out by offering your time to serving the many needs of the growing community, as we seek to serve one another, in the model of Jesus Christ.  Drop us a line at and we can help you figure out some volunteer opportunities.


Last Sunday:  October 1                  click here
This Sunday:  October 8                  click here


10/5        Bible Study
10/8        Baptism (Shawn & Stephanie Tanagho’s Daughter Hope)
10/12      Service at the Psychiatric Hospital
10/15      Lighthouse Ministry
10/31      Community Service
11/12      Thanksgiving Potluck

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