Hmmm...I'm very much enjoying attending the Orthodox services. One thing, and it's not important, but I feel the need to note, their pews are padded. This is a lovely thing. :) The priest, Fr. Ioannis (is that like John? *looks it up* It is.), is going to be on vacation for the next two weeks, so I'm guessing that the older priest, who I have not yet seen, as far as I know, will be celebrating the Divine Liturgy.
The homily is...different. Like, Fr. Ioannis doesn't give the homily right after the Gospel reading, like I'm used to, but at the very end of the service. I'm not sure if that's typical, or just him. I assume that the priest at the Serbian church gave the homily right after the Gospel, or at least it seemed like he did, but given that I couldn't understand what was being said, I might have been wrong. Also, usually, the homily is linked to the Gospel reading of that day, but today his homily was a reflection on the Gospel from last week. *cocks head like confused puppy* It was nice, but, like I said, different.
On a random and completely strange note, I've been smelling incense at random times in the day. Like, when I wake up, or driving my car, or at work. Places where incense is not. *shrug* It's weird.
Hmm...I think that's about it.
Oooh...there's also one woman there, whose name I do not know, who wears black all the time. The ladies at the table were discussing why, and apparently she's in mourning, and has been for, um, a really long time. They all thought it was odd, and no one knows who she's mourning for.