Ss. Mary and Martha Monastery (Wagener, South Carolina)

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The community was founded in 1989 under the [[omophorion]] of His Eminence [[Dmitri (Royster) of Dallas|Dmitri]], [[Archbishop]] of Dallas and the South by Mother Thecla. The monastery has been located in Wagener, South Carolina, since June 1996 on a eighty-acre site about 30 miles southwest of Columbia, South Carolina.
 
The community was founded in 1989 under the [[omophorion]] of His Eminence [[Dmitri (Royster) of Dallas|Dmitri]], [[Archbishop]] of Dallas and the South by Mother Thecla. The monastery has been located in Wagener, South Carolina, since June 1996 on a eighty-acre site about 30 miles southwest of Columbia, South Carolina.
  
The community consists of women living the monastic tradition of a Christ-centered prayer life for the monastic members. The community conducts numerous retreats and maintains a hermitage for those who need a few days of solitude, silence, and prayer.  
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The community consists of women living the monastic tradition of a Christ-centered prayer life for the monastic members. The community conducts numerous retreats and maintains a [[hermitage]] for those who need a few days of solitude, silence, and prayer.  
  
 
[[Image:CandleShop SsMaryMarthaSC.JPG|left|thumb|200px|Candle making in the St, Joseph Candle Shoppe, with Sister Lyubov]]
 
[[Image:CandleShop SsMaryMarthaSC.JPG|left|thumb|200px|Candle making in the St, Joseph Candle Shoppe, with Sister Lyubov]]
To support the community the nuns makes candles at the St. Joseph Candle Shoppe. They also rely on the generosity of donations from those who visit the monastery.
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To support the community the nuns make [[candle]]s at the St. Joseph Candle Shoppe. They also rely on the generosity of donations from those who visit the monastery.
  
 
Currently the community is developing plans to build a [[monastery]] building, with brick exterior to fit in with the traditional brick buildings of the area. The new building will replace the doublewide, prefabricated home that they now use. This structure will then become the monastery guesthouse.
 
Currently the community is developing plans to build a [[monastery]] building, with brick exterior to fit in with the traditional brick buildings of the area. The new building will replace the doublewide, prefabricated home that they now use. This structure will then become the monastery guesthouse.

Latest revision as of 16:00, June 22, 2011

Saints Mary and Martha Orthodox Monastery
Jurisdiction OCA
Type Female Monastery
Founded 1989
Superior Mother Thecla
Approx. size 3 nuns
Location Wagener, South Carolina
Liturgical language(s) English
Music used Russian Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Feastdays celebrated unknown
Official website Official website

Ss. Mary and Martha Monastery is a monastic community for women in the Diocese of the South of the Orthodox Church in America. It is located in Wagener, South Carolina.

The community was founded in 1989 under the omophorion of His Eminence Dmitri, Archbishop of Dallas and the South by Mother Thecla. The monastery has been located in Wagener, South Carolina, since June 1996 on a eighty-acre site about 30 miles southwest of Columbia, South Carolina.

The community consists of women living the monastic tradition of a Christ-centered prayer life for the monastic members. The community conducts numerous retreats and maintains a hermitage for those who need a few days of solitude, silence, and prayer.

Candle making in the St, Joseph Candle Shoppe, with Sister Lyubov

To support the community the nuns make candles at the St. Joseph Candle Shoppe. They also rely on the generosity of donations from those who visit the monastery.

Currently the community is developing plans to build a monastery building, with brick exterior to fit in with the traditional brick buildings of the area. The new building will replace the doublewide, prefabricated home that they now use. This structure will then become the monastery guesthouse.

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