Largest attendance in recent times.
Over 100 worshippers including Archbishop Mark, fifteen clergy, the Brotherhood and laity celebrated the monastery's Patronal Feastday this year with Divine Liturgy. While St. Tikhon of Moscow was instrumental in founding the monastery, it is actually named for St. Tikhon of Zadonsk, a noted saint of the 18th century.
Following the Liturgy everyone enjoyed a catered fish dinner in the monastery kitchen.
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