Vespers: 6:30 PM
Liturgy: 9:30 AM
|From a village of less than two thousand population in 1871 to a community
of approximately ten thousand at present, the town of Maynard remains a small vibrant town. Area wise, it is the smallest town in Massachusetts with a radius of only five miles in any direction. The town was incorporated on April 19, 1871 and named after its founder and most prominent citizen
The old Assabet Mills dominated the area and attracted immigrants from
many parts of the world who came to this country looking for work and a "new" life (i.e. Irish, Finns, Lithuanians, Italians, Polish,
Russians, English, German, etc.). It was and still remains a so-called
"Blue Collar" community with continued life and activity.
Written by: Retired Deacon Andre Beshta, former resident of Maynard, assachusetts.