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
Our Faith

The Church
The life of the Orthodox Church perpetuates and fulfills the ministry of Jesus Christ. The close association between Christ and His Church is reflected in the images from the Scriptures which declare that Christ is the Head and the Church is His Body, and that Christ is the Bridegroom and the Church is His bride. Learn more»

 

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