“Please bring a Lenten Dish and gather for a brief meeting and time of Fellowship”

MONDAY             March 6               Grand Compline 6 PM

TUESDAY March 7 Capital Campaign Committee Meeting @ 5:30 PM

WEDNESDAY    March 8                Presanctified Liturgy 6 PMfollowed by a Lenten “pot luck” dinner

                                                                Women of St. Andrew Worship/Meeting after “pot luck “dinner

THURSDAY        March 9                Byzantine Chorus 7 PM

FRIDAY                March 10             Akathist 7 PMStasis 2

SATURDAY         March 11              Great Vespers 6 PM

SUNDAY               March 12              Matins 8:50 – Divine Liturgy 10 AM Sunday of Gregory Palamas

Church School following Communion

                                                                BIBLE STUDY of Gospel of Luke


Our Sympathy to Keegan Stewart on the passing of her grandmother Helen Hamilton.

Below is the obituary for a friend of many John Kennan. He will be buried in his home town of Johnstown, PA…a local gathering is being held friends of the family – if you knew John and wish to pay respect to his family the time is 5:30 – 7:30 TUESDAY MARCH 7 @ THE MERRICK INN. A private room has been reserved. The family has requested that memorial donations be made to St. Andrew or suggested local charities. 

John Kennan(1948 – 2017)

KENNAN John F., 68, of Lexington KY, passed away March 3, 2017 after a short illness. He was born April 25, 1948 in Boston, MA and grew up in Boston and Johnstown, PA. He is preceded in death by his father Dr. Fred J. Kennan and his brother Alex F. Kennan. John is survived by his mother, Mary Alvanette Kennan, two sisters Marian K. Boulus (Michael) and Katherine Kennan Solomon, two nephews John P. Boulus (Beth) and Paul W. Boulus, two grand nephews and a grandniece, Charlie, Nicholas, and Samantha Boulus. John spent 40 years in Lexington where he established his first business The Coffee, Tea and Spice House and a stationery shop called Dear John. Later on he took ownership of his current business, The Mousetrap in Landsdowne Shopping Center. Over the years, John and The Mousetrap received numerous business and culinary awards from the city of Lexington. He was dedicated to his business and passionate about food. He was a philanthropist and gave to many charities. His favorites being St. Jude Hospital for Children, Carnegie Center for Literacy and Old Friends Farm, a retirement home for thoroughbred horses. He donated many times to families in need of food at Thanksgiving and Christmas. We wish to thank the special team of nurses and doctors who took compassionate care of John at Baptist Health and UK Hospital. We also want to thank the friends who have loved and supported him through this illness, especially Becky Davis, Chris Cox and Dr. Mike Jones. A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 from 5:30-7:30 PM at Merrick Inn off Tate’s Creek Rd. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation in John’s memory to UK Children’s Cancer Center or St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Lexington.
Published in Lexington Herald-Leader on Mar. 6, 2017

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