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                 PARISH COUNCIL ELECTIONS – December 3, 2023
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NEW Bible Study Group! Father George has begun a study group that meets every other Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Church Hall. In addition to studying the books of the New Testament, we talk about anything on our minds about our faith, our history, or how to be people of faith in a world of chaos. Come join us!

 September Meetings: September 13 and 27


Father George's Guidance: Father speaks to the congregation each week, right after the reading of the Gospel.


Father reads the Gospel in Greek and English, and then speaks to us about the messages it contains. He often speaks to us again at the end of the Divine Liturgy. He is an effective speaker, using simple language, humor, and metaphors to make his points as he encourages the congregation to strive each week to move closer to Our Lord. Lately, he has been emphasizing the "word of the week" to help remind us of the main points of the gospel learning

In these troubling times, Father George reminds us that the focus of our participation in our faith is to be saved and be reunited with Our Lord. Our focus should not be to pray for 'things'. Instead, we pray to hear God's voice over the rumble of noise and distractions we have every day, and to learn to be better Orthodox Christians every day. As he summed it up, "Nothing we acquire in our life on Earth could be more important than our soul."

Matthew 14: 13-21

Father George as he celebrated the scripture of Jesus feeding the five thousand, as symbolized by the five loaves of bread.  



"May Christ abide in your hearts and homes forever!"





It's Almost Festival Time

Volunteers are needed to prepare for the festival and provide services to patrons. MANY volunteer possibilities exist, so speak with a Parish Council member to ask questions or offer assistance for 3-4 hours. Thank you!


August 27th, Honoring St. Phanourios

St. Phanourios has become famous for assisting the faithful in revealing lost or hidden spiritual matters of the heart, objects, directing or revealing actions that should be taken, restoring health and similar situations .He is then honored by the faithful through a symbolic cake, called the "Phanouropita" which can be brought to the church, at any time, for a blessing.


We Now Have a Photo Gallery!

In addition to posting special pictures on our website pages, we have a dedicated space to put 'albums' of event pictures, and one dedicated to those wonderful random or candid shots. The gallery is located under Parish Activities.



We are Growing! Welcome to our newest members!


Check the Photo Gallery for Pictures