St. Xenia Orthodox Church

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Welcome to our Parish!

One thing have I desired of the Lord, which I will require; even that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the fair beauty of the Lord, and to visit His holy temple. (Psalm 26:4)

 St. Xenia’s is a parish of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Church Services are primarily conducted in the English language. Parish members and communicants come from many different communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
St. Xenia’s is a vibrant, growing parish with many families and children. This web site might give you some glimpse of our parish life, but we encourage your personal visit to our community.

Upcoming Services
Saturday, 12 / 25 November
5:30 All-Night Vigil
Sunday, 13 / 26 November
25th Sunday after Pentecost. Tone 8
9:30 Hours and Divine Liturgy
Saturday, 19 November / 2 December
3:00 Chidren's Choir and Adult Class
5:30 All-Night Vigil
Sunday, 20 November / 3 December
26th Sunday after Pentecost. Tone 1
9:30 Hours and Divine Liturgy
1:00 Vespers & Litya of Feast
Monday, 21 November / 4 December
9:00 Matins & Divine Liturgy
Monthly Calendar >
Children's Choir and Adult Class

Laryssa Doohovskoy will work with the Children's Choir on Saturdays, Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 16, at 3:00 PM.
Fr. Michael will teach an Adult Class during this same period.

St. John of Kronstadt Harvest Festival

Photos by Nicholas Kronaeur of our annual Family Harvest Festival

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Trip to Novo Diveevo and Synod with Teens

Here are some snapshots of our October 28/29 trip to Novo Diveevo and Synod. Enjoy!

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Parish Altar Feast

Nicholas Kronauer has given us these beautiful photos of our Parish Altar Feast, September 24th. Click here to view.

St Seraphim Camp

Many from our parish family attended St. Seraphim Camp this year. Click here for story and pictures.

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