Youth Ministry

Our Youth Ministries include various activies for children and youth ages 3-18:

JOY (Junior Orthodox Youth) for ages 3-11

GOYA (Greek Orthodox Youth of America) for ages 12-18

Altar Boys - an opportunity to serve in the Altar on Sundays for boys ages 7 and up.

Epistle Readers - an opportunity for girls ages 9 and up to read the weekly Sunday Epistle Reading on a rotating basis.

Vacation Church Camp (Summer camp) for ages 3-12. This one week camp, typically held during one of the first two weeks of August, is a fun, educational, inspiring week of activities, lessons, songs, arts/crafts, sports, and much more. We will go tubing on Webster Lake. We'll go on an excursion to Canobie Lake Amusement Park, the Zoo, the Beach, or some other place. We'll go hiking at Purgatory State Park. And we'll do lots more!

Metropolis of Boston Camp (Contookcook, NH) - Our Church sends 10-15 youth to the week-long Metropolis of Boston Camp. We typically go either the 3rd or 4th week of MBC. To find out more information on this, go to www.mbcamp.org

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Monthly Bulletin
Monthly Message
August 30, 2018 -
This past month of July we had two very special events in the life of our Church.

 

Recent Sermons
September 16, 2018 -
Olivia Neslusan and Theodora Veronis offer a sermon on “Building Relationships and Homes.” Both of these young women spent three months at Project Mexico, serving as two of the 19 interns who oversaw 675 volunteers while building 27 homes. Of course, they built much more than homes!!!

 

September 09, 2018 -
God doesn’t want to condemn, He wants to love! He’s not looking to punish us. He’s not sick and tired of us. We need to understand God for who He is and what He really wants from us. And that is, He is love and wants to love us!

 

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