Changed address? Use our new Change of Address form located in the 'Contact Us' section to let us know!
Doing so allows us to ensure our mail to you reaches you and saves us from the costs associated with returned mail.Posted By: AdminReport Post
The Philoptochos Luncheon is still on for Saturday January 6!
Make sure you keep warm and stay safe in these cold conditions.Posted By: AdminReport Post
The Parish Council would like you to join us on April 23, St. George name day, for a roast lamb dinner following The Divine Liturgy:
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We have had several enquiries about our Easter services this year, so we have added a new page - Easter 2017 - to our website. You can find information about our services there.
If you would like to receive our monthly bulletin, where you can receive information about our services and church news, please send us your contact details through the contact us page and we will add you to our mailing list.Posted By: AdminReport Post
The Significance of March 25th to the Greek Orthodox Nation.
The political importance of March 25th is fully realized when the suffering of four centuries is called to mind. In 1458, Ottoman hordes overran all of Greece and most of the Balkans and held hostage people whose culture dated back more than two thousand years, and who gave more to the world than it could ever receive in return. Hopelessly outnumbered, Greece endured nearly four hundred years of brutal oppression, but the spirit of its people knew not a single moment\’s weakness. The fires of rebellion in Hellenic hearts for almost 400 years, were kindled on March 25th, 1821, not by a general but by a man of the cloth, Bishop Germanos of Patras, Greece, who chose the day of the Annunciation knowing God would be on the side of the Greeks. The good bishop held the Cross of Jesus Christ aloft on the 25th day of March, 1821, and proclaimed freedom for all Greek Orthodox Christians.Posted By: AdminReport Post