Presvytera Vassi Makris Haros is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Art, Architecture & Planning and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. She is the owner, designer and photographer of V’s Cardbox, In Service and Love. a greeting card company featuring cards with an Orthodox voice. She strongly feels that experiencing the Orthodox Faith through the church’s cyclical calendar of feasts and fasts is a gift that is too often overlooked.
The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration online chapel ministry began during Great Lent 2013 to provide live streaming and recordings of chapel services for those who are elderly, ill, or infirm and are not able to attend services at their parish. They broadcast select services LIVE from their chapel on YouTube. The services can be viewed for a few days on YouTube. After that, only select Liturgies and Feast Days are archived on YouTube. If you are using a mobile device, you may need to download the YouTube app for live viewing. Click Here to watch.
*Regular Online Chapel Schedule*
See the Calendar for service times on Liturgy Days and Feast Days.
Regular Weekday Services:
(TIME ZONE CONVERTER)
6:30am Matins, 1st Hour, Typica
12:00pm 3rd, 6th, & 9th Hours
5:00pm Vespers and Compline (or Akathist – Fridays)
8:45am Divine Liturgy
8:45am Akathist and Hours
9:30am Divine Liturgy
*Services times and streaming availability subject to change*
*Select services will be archived on YouTube*
The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration is a monastery for women under the jurisdiction of The Orthodox Church in America. It was founded in 1967 by Mother Alexandra (the former Princess Ileana of Romania) whose dream it was to provide a place where American Orthodox women from all ethnic backgrounds could come to live the monastic life and benefit from a liturgical cycle in English. Since that time, her vision has been fulfilled. The nuns, many of whom are converts to Orthodoxy, as well as the monastery’s many visitors, span a variety of backgrounds. We welcome a great number of non-Orthodox visitors as well.
Mother Benedicta, our second abbess, arrived from Varatec Monastery in Romania in 1978. Under Mother Benedicta’s leadership a complete cycle of liturgical prayer was established and the strong monastic tradition she had lived in her homeland took root as well. Mother Christophora, the current abbess, was elected in 1987, and since then the monastery has continued to develop, both spiritually and physically.
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