St. Panteleimon
Orthodox Church in America, Diocese of the Midwest
7549 West 61st Place, Summit, IL 60601
Welcome to St. Panteleimon's Parish

St. Panteleimon is a parish of the Diocese of Chicago and the Midwest, of the Orthodox Church in America. We are in Communion with the universal Eastern Orthodox Christian Church; which abides by the teachings and traditions handed down from Christ through the Apostles, Holy Fathers, Ecumenical Councils, the Saints and the Hierarchy to this day since 33 AD. without change or reform.

"The Orthodox Church is evangelical, but not Protestant. It is Orthodox, but not Jewish. It is catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational; it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for the Faith of the Apostles since the Day of Pentecost 2000 years ago." Steven Robinson.

Service for the Health of Soul and Body

Check the Weekly Bulletin for date & time.

This service is held before the Holy relics of Great martyr and Healer Saint Panteleimon.

We have this service because - St. Panteleimon is venerated in the Orthodox Church as a mighty saint, and was very well known as a great physician and miracle worker. Christians waging spiritual warfare also have recourse to this saint, asking him to heal their spiritual wounds. He is invoked in the Mystery of Anointing the Sick, at the Blessing of Water, and in the Prayers for the Sick.

This service is for everyone and all may receive an anointing of blessed oil from the lamp which hangs before the relics of St. Panteleimon.

Inquirers and visitors are welcome - "Come and See"



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CONTACT INFORMATION                                                     

St. Panteleimon Orthodox Church                

7549 West 61st Place                                

Summit, IL. 60501                                                

708-552-5276

Email Fr. Andrew: padrebartek@gmail.com

 

REGULAR SERVICES

Saturday: Great Vespers 6pm 

Sunday: 3rd Hour 9:15am / Divine Liturgy 9:30am

 

Calendar

Tuesday, September 27
7:00pm Martha & Mary Meeting

Wednesday, September 28
7:30 pm Orthodoxy 101 Class

Saturday, October 1
Protection of the Most Holy Theotokos
9:30am Divine Liturgy followed by Breakfast Club
3:00 pm Great Vespers
4:00-7:00pm Fundraising Dinner

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Weekly Bulletin