Weekly Sermons

Cultural Christians vs. True Followers of Jesus Christ
October 22, 2023
Cultural Christians. Orthodox Christian because of our family and heritage. “My grandparents were Greek Orthodox, my parents are Greek Orthodox, and I have inherited this faith as my own. I consider myself Greek Orthodox.” How many of us can say that? Read more »

The Line Between Good and Evil - The War in Israel adn Palestine
October 15, 2023
“The line between good and evil passes through the heart of every human being.” Too often we like to adopt a simplistic worldview where there are good guys and there are bad guys. That's not the way we look at life as Christians. Read more »

God Loves a Cheerful Giver
October 08, 2023
All we have is God’s gift to us. All we become is our gift to God. Do we truly understand and believe this? All we have is God’s gift to us. All that we have in life is a gift from God and how we handle these gifts is our offering back to Him. Read more »

We Are Temples of the Living God
October 01, 2023
How many of you have ever traveled to Rome and seen St. Peter’s Cathedral at the Vatican? Or to Paris and seen Notre Dame? Or to Constatinople and seen Aghia Sophia Read more »

Becoming Role Models in Faith
September 24, 2023
Who are the role models we look up to in our lives? Role models should serve as guides, inspirations, and examples for us as we navigate the path of faith and strive to follow the life of Jesus Christ. Read more »

The Power of Divine Love
September 10, 2023
One of the holy man’s disciples said to his Geronta, “Don’t you know that a scorpion’s nature is to sting? Why do you keep trying to save him? You will get stung!”  The elder reached down to try and help the scorpion one more time. “Yes, that may be true, but don’t you know that my nature as a child of God is to love and to save.  Why should I change my nature simply because the scorpion does not change its nature?” Read more »

September 03, 2023
Be watchful, stand firm in your faith, be courageous, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love. Read more »

Our Path Toward Perfection
August 27, 2023
“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” What must I do to walk with God in a faithful manner? What must I do in life to please God? What must I do to fulfill the divine potential God has given me and to use it to its fullness so that I may glorify God? Read more »

Confirm Your Divine Calling
August 06, 2023
“Be more zealous to confirm your call and election,” advised Saint Peter in today’s Epistle reading for the Feast of our Lord’s Transfiguration. Read more »

What Legacy Will We Leave Behind
July 30, 2023
How do we want to be remembered? When you die, what do you want people to say about you in your eulogy? What will they remember was most important to you? Read more »

The Eulogy for Father Alexander Veronis
June 30, 2023
The final three days of my father’s life was an appropriate tribute to his almost 91 years of life. Death was near and yet everything was so peaceful, beautiful, sacred. Read more »

What I Learned from My Father
June 18, 2023
On this Father’s Day, I want to reflect on some things that I’ve learned from my beloved father. Read more »

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY - Sunday of the Samaritan Woman
May 14, 2023
When we think of Mothers, who is the greatest mother in history? Now some of you might say your own mother but as Christians we would point to the Virgin Mary, the Theotokos, the Mother of God. Read more »

April 23, 2023
"Thomas, have you believed because you have seen Me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe." Read more »

April 16, 2023
We greet one another with this statement during the 40 days of the Paschal season, and yet, what does it really mean? How do we understand the revolutionary historical event of Jesus rising from the dead? Read more »

April 09, 2023
Jesus’ earthly life and ministry is coming to an end. For three years, He inspired people with His words of wisdom. Read more »

March 26, 2023
We are climbing a ladder, or maybe a more modern-day version is we are trying to walk up an escalator that is going downwards. We’re trying to reach the top and enter into the kingdom of heaven, and yet so much in our world is trying to lead us in the opposite direction. Read more »

March 19, 2023
In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. How many of us make the sign of the Cross when we hear the name of the Holy Trinity? Do you ever pause to think WHY you make the sign of the Cross? Read more »

March 12, 2023
Imagine Jesus looking into our eyes and saying, “My child, your sins are forgiven. Your past mistakes wiped away; the poor choices of your life forgotten; all the ways you have turned away from God throughout your life are no more. Any debt you owe me for all I’ve given you is dismissed and there will be no remembrance of this debt.” Read more »

COME AND SEE The Cost, The Commitment, The Response
March 05, 2023
Come and see who Christ is. Come and see how to follow Him! Come and see what it means to become His disciple! Come and see what it how to commit your entire life living under the reign of God. Come and See! Read more »

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February 25, 2024
“In God we Trust.” It is interesting that this is the official motto of the United States. In a country where many contemporary people like to highlight the separation of church and state, thinking that faith should be kept separate from our civil, secular lives, we still say “In God We Trust.” Read more »

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House of God: An Explanation of the Interior of Orthodox Churches
The visitor to an Orthodox Church is usually impressed by the unique features and the external differences between this place of worship and those of the various traditions of Western Christianity. Read more »