People and Places Touched by our Good and Faithful Steward Challenge

What we have done so far:

  • Helped at least 150 specific families or individuals in need and entered into their lives by sharing God’s love and presence in a concrete manner
  • Supported two months of the Living Bread Luncheon, which is a luncheon our Church offers on the first Saturday of every month and which touches around 100 people, mostly elderly who are looking for fellowship and love.
  • Helped provide 20 food baskets and gift cards during the coronavirus crisis to families in need from Park Ave Elementary School and in Webster
  • St Luke’s Homeless Shelter in Southbridge
  • Toys Drive for Children
  • Winter Warm Drive
  • Bedouin women in Egypt
  • Farms Hand Preschool
  • NASCAR Family Foundation
  • Hospice and Palliative Care
  • Pajamas for Children’s Hospital
  • Pine Street Inn Homeless Shelter
  • Boys and Girls Club of Webster/Dudley 
  • Christian Appalacian Project
  • OpporTUNEity
  • CT Food Bank
  • St Jude’s Hospital
  • Webster/Dudley Food Share
  • Worcester Food Bank
  • Webster Library
  • Dunkin Donuts to random people
  • Helped someone buy new tires
  • Blessed Backpack Brigade, which helps the homeless in needy in Webster
  • The Webster/Dudley Veteran’s Council
  • Helped two homeless individuals in Worcester
  • A family whose father has Stage 4 cancer
  • Fisher House of Boston
  • Masonic Angel Fund
  • TEEG (Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group)
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Monthly Bulletin

Monthly Message
Facing Our Uncertain Future
August 01, 2020
What does the future hold for us? The COVID 19 Pandemic continues and such uncertainty prevails in many aspects of our lives. Read more »


Recent Sermons
Welcoming Sinners to Come Home
February 28, 2021
here is only joy in the return of a sinner, no matter when it happens in their lifetime. God patiently waits and then rejoices. He has no interest in punishing. He’s not giving the sinner what he deserves. He patiently waits, day after day, year after year, with hope that every sinner will come to his senses and turn back toward God. Read more »


Our Orthodox Faith
Spirituality: The Meaning of Theosis As the Goal of Christian Life
November 19, 2010
The Orthodox Church proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In the Greek language, the word for Gospel is Evangelion which means literally "the good news." Read more »