Divine Liturgy Broadcast

The Divine Liturgy Broadcast from St. Demetrios Every week, OCN broadcasts live the Divine Liturgy served at St. Demetrios Church of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Listen here from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Eastern time, to lift your heart in praise of our Lord if you are unable to participate in the Liturgy at your local parish. For live classes or live liturgies during the scheduled times, click on the most recent option displayed below. For archives, select any date to view that class or liturgy. Links to older archived classes are shown farther down this page. To visit the OCN YouTube Channel for all video content, please click here.

Vesperal Liturgy of Saint Basil The Great (Holy Saturday Morning)

On Great and Holy Saturday the Orthodox Church commemorates the burial of Christ and His descent into Hades. It is the day between the Crucifixion of our…

Apr 11, 2015

Holy Thursday — Passion Service

On Great and Holy Friday the Orthodox Church commemorates the death of Christ on the Cross. This is the culmination of the observance of His Passion by…

Apr 10, 2015

Epitaphios Service (Holy Friday Evening)

On Great and Holy Saturday the Orthodox Church commemorates the burial of Christ and His descent into Hades. It is the day between the Crucifixion of our…

Apr 10, 2015

Great and Holy Saturday

On Great and Holy Saturday the Orthodox Church commemorates the burial of Christ and His descent into Hades. It is the day between the Crucifixion of our…

Apr 10, 2015

Service of the Holy Unction (Wednesday Night)

On the afternoon or evening of Great and Holy Wednesday, the Sacrament of Holy Unction is offered for the healing of soul and body and for forgiveness…

Apr 09, 2015

Service of the Bridegroom (Tuesday Night)

Beginning on the evening of Palm Sunday and continuing through the evening of Holy Tuesday, the Orthodox Church observes a special service known as the…

Apr 08, 2015

The Service of the Bridegroom (Monday Evening)

This Orthros service otherwise known as the Bridegroom Service is conducted on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights. The themes throughout these services…

Apr 06, 2015

The Service of the Bridegroom

This Orthros service otherwise known as the Bridegroom Service is conducted on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday nights. The themes throughout these services…

Apr 06, 2015

Divine Liturgy Broadcast — Palm Sunday

The Saviour has come today to the city of Jerusalem, to fulfill the Scriptures; and all have taken palms into their hands and spread their garments before…

Apr 06, 2015

Divine Liturgy Broadcast — St. Mary of Egypt

O Christ, the power of your Cross has worked wonders for Mary of Egypt; she had been a harlot and has now become an example and ideal of ascetic life….

Mar 29, 2015

Divine Liturgy Broadcast — Sunday of the Holy Cross

Third Sunday of Lent– The Holy Cross On this Sunday, the third Sunday of Lent, we celebrate the veneration of the honorable and Life-Giving Cross, and…

Mar 15, 2015

Divine Liturgy Broadcast – Sunday of Orthodoxy

A feast of joy and gladness is revealed to us today! For the teachings of the true Faith shine forth in all their glory, and the Church of Christ is bright…

Mar 01, 2015

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