SERVICES:Every Sunday, 9:00AM – Divine Liturgy
at the Serbian Orthodox Church “St Sava”ADDRESS:41 Alewife Brook Parkway
Cambridge, MA 02140CONTACT:Bulgarian Orthodox Church “St Petka”
Father Rumen Pelovski
Tel: 857-205-4915

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Рождество Христово

Тази Коледа заповядайте на празнична света Литургия и всеки подготвил се християнин с пост и молитва ще може да вземе свето причастие. Заповядайте! Празничната Литургия ще започне на 25 декември (понеделник) от 10:30 часа в Сръбската Църква “Свети Сава” на адрес:

41 Alewife Brook Parkway,
Cambridge, MA 02140

Cлед службата в залата на църквата ще има празничен Коледен обяд с традиционна българска храна, томбола с награди и игри и забавления за децата.

Българска Църква “Св. Петка”, Бостън


Christmas Liturgy

We would like to invite you all to the festive Divine Liturgy and every Christian, prepared with fasting and prayers will be able to take Holy Communion. You’re welcome to attend! The Divine Liturgy will begin on December 25 (Monday) at 10:30AM in the Serbian Church “St. Sava”:

41 Alewife Brook Parkway,
Cambridge, MA 02140

After the liturgy, please join us for the festive Christmas luncheon in the church hall downstairs. We will also have Bulgarian homemade food, raffle with many prizes and kids activities.

Bulgarian Church St. Petka, Boston


Saint Petka (aka Petka of Bulgaria) was a female saint of the 10th century.
Legend has it that when she was a child, Petka heard in a church the Lord’s words: “Whoever wants to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.” (Mark 8, 34). These words would determine her to give her rich clothes away to the poor and flee to Constantinople. Her parents, who did not support her decision to follow an ascetic, religious life, looked for her in various cities. Petka fled to Chalcedon, and afterwards lived at the church of the Most Holy Theotokos in Heraclea Pontica. She lived an austere life, experiencing visions of the Virgin Mary. Her voyages took her to Jerusalem, wishing to spend the rest of her life there. After seeing Jerusalem, she settled in convent in the river Jordanian desert.
When she was 25, an angel appeared, telling her to return to homeland. She returned to Constantinople, and then when she was 25, lived in the village of Kallikrateia, in the church of the Holy Apostles. She died at the age of 27.