10.25.2014

2015 Orthodox Church Calendars


Beloved Orthodox Christians,

Once again this year, the Holy Orthodox Metropolis of Boston will be selling five types of 2015 Orthodox Church Calendars:

(#1) 2015 Full-Size Wall Calendar. 11 by 8.5 inches. The 2015 Scripture Reading Booklet is automatically included. $12.00.

(#2) 2015 Reduced-Size Wall Calendar. Booklet size, 8.5 by 5.5 inches, with small print. $7.00.

(#3) 2015 Appointment Calendar. Booklet size, 8.5 by 5.5 inches, with small print. Major feast days only are listed. Blank squares for most days. $7.00.

(#4) 2015 Pocket Calendar. $5.00.

(#5) 2015 Scripture Readings Booklet. Available separately for those who have not purchased a Full-Size Wall Calendar, which already includes this booklet. $2.00.

If you are affiliated with a parish or mission of the Holy Orthodox Church in North America (HOCNA), you should submit your order directly to your parish’s rector, your head of mission, or the layperson who has been delegated to handle calendar orders. Please note that parish rectors who attended the recent Clergy Synaxis have already submitted a calendar order for their parishes. These orders will be given priority, so we ask that you order directly from your parish, if possible. You can print and fill out the Parish Order Form for 2015 Orthodox Church Calendars, which is attached, and submit it to your parish rector, head of mission, or designated layperson, by Sunday, November 1, 2014 (n.s.).

If you are a parish rector who could not attend the Synaxis, or a head of a monastic community, or a head of a mission, we ask that you email the attached Email Order Form for 2015 Orthodox Church Calendars, which is attached, to info@homb.org, by Monday, November 1, 2014, according to the civil calendar.

If you are a family or individual who is unable to order calendars from a parish or mission, you can fill out the attached Email Order Form for 2015 Orthodox Church Calendars, which is attached, and email it to info@homb.org, by Monday, November 10, 2014 (n.s.).

Thank you,

Holy Orthodox Metropolis of Boston