Entries by Kiki Sergiou

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – November 10th, 2019

  8th Sunday of Luke – November 10, 2019 Orestes the Martyr of Cappadocia Saint Orestes was from Tyana of Cappadocia. During the persecution of Diocletian, this Martyr’s ankles were pierced with long nails; being bound to a wild horse and violently dragged by it, he gave up his spirit in the year 289.     […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – November 3rd, 2019

  5th Sunday of Luke – November 3, 2019 Acepsimas the Bishop, Joseph the Presbyter, & Aeithalas the Deacon Martyrs of Persia Saint Acepsimas, a bishop, Saint Joseph, a presbyter, and Saint Aeithalas, a deacon, suffered exceedingly cruel torments and martyrdom during the reign of Sapor II, King of Persia (325-379).         Parish […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – October 27th, 2019

  7th Sunday of Luke – October 27, 2019 Nestor the Martyr of Thessaloniki The holy Martyr Nestor was very young in age, handsome in appearance, and he was known to the holy Great Martyr Demetrios (October 26), for he had instructed Nestor in the faith. The Emperor was visiting Thessaloniki, and he built a high […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – October 20th, 2019

This Friday evening, BINGO Party Night.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.  Over 50 gift prizes awarded at this previous event.  Bring your family & friends for a fun evening!  Benefiting Feeding South Florida.  See you on October 18th!!!   6th Sunday of Luke – October 20, 2019 Gerasimus of Kephalonia Saint Gerasimus was from the Peloponnesus, […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – October 13th, 2019

  Sunday of the 7th Ecumenical Council – October 13, 2019 On the Sunday that falls on or immediately after the eleventh of this month, we chant the Service to the 350 holy Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council, which gathered in Nicaea in 787 under the holy Patriarch Tarasius and during the reign of the […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – October 6th, 2019

  3rd Sunday of Luke- October 6, 2019 The Holy and Glorious Apostle Thomas The name Thomas means, “twin.” He was one of the Twelve, a Galilean by birth. Sophroneus (not the famous Patriarch of Jerusalem [7th Century, celebrated March 11], but a friend of Jerome’s), quoted also by Jerome, says that Saint Thomas preached to […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – September 29th, 2019

  12nd Sunday of Luke- September 29, 2019 Kyriakos the Hermit of Palestine This Saint was born in Corinth in 448. He went to Palestine to the Lavra of Euthymios the Great, but because of his youth was sent by Saint Euthymios to Saint Gerasimos; after the death of Saint Gerasimos he returned to the Lavra […]

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – September 22nd, 2019

  1st Sunday of Luke- September 22, 2019 Phocas the Martyr, Bishop of Sinope This saint was known for the many miracles he worked and for his apostolic zeal in shepherding the flock of Sinope. He contested for the Faith during the reign of the Emperor Trajan, in the year 102, when he was burned to […]