Choir and Chanters

Our Proto-chantor is Demetrios Milios, together with Anestis Jordanoglou and Josephy Gliniecki.
Our Adult Choir director is Tony Beaudry and co-director is Nike Beaudry. They lead a 16 person choir when all are present.

The Orthodox Church traditionally does not use any instruments in the liturgy, instead relying entirely on choral music and chanting. Essentially all the words of Orthodox services, except sermons and such, are either chanted or sung by readers and choirs and when possible the congregations. Read more on Wikipedia »

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Let's Celebrate
July 29, 2019
Celebrating is a fundamental characteristic of the Christian life, as well as of human life. Everyone loves to celebrate and we all look for reasons to make merry and enjoy life. Read more »


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True Greatness: Sacrificial Love and Selfless Service to Others
April 03, 2020
What is greatness? And how do we define greatness, or more importantly achieve greatness? In NY City today, ground zero for the pandemic in America, it is so clear that true greatness can be measured by the heroic and sacrificial service of the nurses and doctors and frontline medical workers risking their lives to help others during this crisis! Read more »


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