A weekly planner based on the Orthodox Christian calendar for January–December 2024!
The freshly redesigned Little Church Planner helps us to make our “little churches” places of prayer and worship every day by denoting festal and fasting periods, as well as listing feasts, saints and scripture readings for each day. Also included is space to record names for intercession, plan meals, and make notes. There are planners for the great fasts of Lent and Nativity; festal planners for Holy Week, Thanksgiving, and Nativity; and a yearly view with feasts, holidays, and fasting periods for all of 2024.
LITTLE CHURCH PLANNER FEATURES:
New Calendar (NS) dates for 2024*
8.5” x 11” size for tons of planning space
The entire year 2024 at a glance—January through December—with feasts, fasting periods, and holidays marked
Twelve monthly calendars with feasts and fasting days marked, as well as holidays (for the US, Canada, and Australia), and reminders about liturgical observances
Twelve monthly dashboards with space for goal setting, gratitude, project planning, habit tracking, and notes (plus a dot grid)
52 weekly calendars that feature daily feasts, saints, fasting requirements, scripture readings, space to plan meals and record names for intercessions, and room for notes
All forty days of the two greater fasts (Great Lent and Nativity) in a single view, with feasts, fasting, and holidays
Week-long feast planners to prepare for Holy Week and Pascha, Thanksgiving, and Nativity
Quotations from saints, hymns, and scripture to edify and encourage throughout the year
The “55 Maxims” of Fr. Thomas Hopko are included for reference and reflection
Lots of blank pages for keeping notes
Beautiful full-color design on every page makes it a joy to plan
Full-color matte cover discourages fingerprints and scuffs
Spiral binding that lays flat and stays open for easy writing
Designed and manufactured in the USA
Expect 5-7 business days for order production and shipping
OUR PLANNERS ARE UNIQUE
Every product we make has a single origin: the daily liturgical life of Orthodox Christianity. But we manage the design of our products from top to bottom, as well. Everything we make is bespoke—designed by us and produced to order just for Parousia Press.
*Unsure which calendar you need? NS is the New Calendar (Revised Julian), which means you observe the feast of Nativity (Christmas) on December 25. OS is the Old Calendar (Julian), which means you observe Nativity on January 7.
Finnish friends! Please note: the calendar of the Church of Finland is NOT the same as the New Calendar/Revised Julian.