Events Throughout Our Church Year

Throughout the year, we have a number of special events that highlight the loving fellowship of our Church Family, and that help us grow as the Body of Christ.

JANUARY:

  • Fr. Luke will go into the homes of almost all the parishioners (more than 150 homes) and bless them with the Holy waters of Epiphany.

  • We have our Vasilopita Luncheon to bring in the blessing of the New Year

FEBRUARY

  • Our Godparents/Grandparents Sunday Luncheon with a Special Program for the kids

MARCH

  • Our Great Lenten Journey typically begins

  • Throughout Lent we have Wednesday Night Pre-Sanctified Liturgies followed by delicious Lenten pot-luck dinners

  • Our Lenten Spring Retreat with a special guest speaker

APRIL(typically Pascha falls in this month)

  • Lazarus Saturday Pancake Breakfast for our Youth along with Making of the Palm Crosses for Palm Sunday

  • Palm Sunday Community Fish Dinner

  • Easter Egg Hunt

  • Pascha Lamb Luncheon

MAY

  • Feastday Vespers and Dinner for Sts. Constantine and Helen

  • Annual Bible Bowl for our Youth

JUNE

  • Missions Sunday with an International Luncheon

JULY

  • Mission/Service Project with Project Mexico or Habitat for Humanity

  • Metropolis of Boston summer camp

AUGUST

  • Vacation Church Camp

  • Camping at the Cape with our Church Family

SEPTEMBER

  • Annual Greek Festival (1st weekend after Labor Day)

  • Start up of Sunday School

DECEMBER

  • St. Nicholas Celebration

  • Christmas Pageant

  • New Year's Eve Party
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Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
June 01, 2018 -
“I am the vine, and you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you can do nothing… As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love.” (John 15:5,9)

 

Recent Sermons
June 10, 2018 -
Graduation Sunday is related to Missions Sunday and a reminder of what we call Discipleship Sunday.

 

June 03, 2018 -
Throughout the New Testament, the early Christians use to call every believer a saint. Why? Because it was a reminder that every baptized believer is suppose to live a holy life.

 

Our Orthodox Faith
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The Violent Love of God
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