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2019 Holy Week Hours

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Being an Orthodox Christian company, we will of course have limited hours during Holy Week to enable our employees to attend services in preparation for Pascha (April 28).

  • Holy Monday, April 22: Open 11 AM to 3 PM
  • Holy Tuesday, April 23: Open 11 AM to 3 PM
  • Holy Wednesday, April 24: Open 11 AM to 3 PM
  • Holy Thursday, April 25: Closed
  • Holy Friday, April 26: Closed
  • Pascha Monday, April 29: Closed
  • Pascha Tuesday, April 30: Open at 11 AM
  • Pascha Wednesday, May 1: Resume normal business hours

Limited customer service may be available during off-hours, but this is not guaranteed. 

Our last shipping day before Pascha will be Wednesday, April 24. Please plan your purchases accordingly (allowing time for production as well).

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