All projects the community of St. Demetios is involved with. From Kitchen remodel to grounds to Iconography; this is where you will find the projects of St. Demetrios Ft. Lauderdale.

Roof Repair Update

We want to keep you updated on the Roof Renovation Project as things have progressed since our last letter to you.  As you are aware, there has been no construction on the roof itself for some time.  Due to our dismay, the roofer hired was unable to finish the job to our satisfaction.  The point of contention came with the installation and aesthetics of the TPO membrane system.  The project halted immediately and research commenced on a way to possibly make the TPO work and finding a new product.  The resulting decision was to forgo the TPO Membrane system and work with a new roofing company to install a liquid applied roofing system.

So for the past  several months, we have researched roofers who could complete the work and are pleased to report that 2 weeks ago we contracted with Best Roofing for the job. We received the necessary permit from the City and work began on Monday, April 20, 2015. Best Roofing advised, weather permitting, that the dome and pitched roofs should be completed within 2 months.

Once the roof is completed, the outside of the Church and hall will be painted so our Church will show its magnificence and be a landmark in the City of Ft. Lauderdale for years to come.

The remaining amount needed to complete the work with a new liquid applied system is $149,000. Thanks to the Mary Kandaras Estate, every dollar you give now up to $75,000 to support the completion of this project, will be doubled.  We are extremely grateful to the Estate and to all who have given to this most needed project. If you have not yet supported this project, please consider doing so as we need your help. If you have already given and are able to give again, we sincerely thank you for your continued support of the Church.

Once this project is completed we can then begin the next phase towards consecrating our Church.

Should you have any questions please feel free to reach out to one of us.

Rev. Fr. Christopher T. Metropulos, Proistamenos

John Ioannou, President, Parish Council

Roof Repair Update

We wanted to keep you updated on our Roof Renovation Project as things have progressed since our last letter to you. Much to our joy, our Church Architect, Christ Kamages of CJK Design Group, assisted us in selecting appropriate colors for our Church to remain within the traditions of our faith.  These colors are rooted in the Byzantine tradition and will give new life to our “village”.  In the process of the color selection, the firm also reviewed the roof repair option and offered another alternative that was far more superior to the original selection. As a result, we temporarily stopped the roofing project in order to investigate it further since the guarantee offered was doubled to 20 years and the option of having a gold metallic colored dome was presented. A solution that not only would be technically superior but also one that would be a fitting landmark to the legacy of our Faith and Parish – past, present and future. In our Orthodox Theology and Iconography, the new color scheme will be something to behold, especially within its environment and  green setting!

The roofing solution involved moving away from the stucco roof which is prone to cracking and water intrusion (as we already know).  Instead, a TPO or PVC roof was recommended.  This involved removing the existing roof, repairing the structure as needed, installing a new layer of insulation and covering it with this new roofing product.  TPO is a durable material used all over the world with great success (it is used for car bumpers as well), it is great for our curved application, UV resistant, cost-effective and can be painted.  With this roof system, we will paint it a gold metallic color and install faux ribs to give it the appearance of a traditional Byzantine standing seam metal roof at half the cost of a metal roof.  Combined with new flashing and gutters, we will be able to prevent the water intrusion and create a roof that will last for decades.

After a few months of review and fine tuning, the option presented was unanimously approved by the Parish Council and then presented at our Spring General Assembly meeting.  We are pleased to inform you that work has now resumed and within 60 days we should see some remarkable changes for the better. Once the roof of the Church is completed, we will then paint the outside of the Church then move inside to fix the many water damaged areas so we can complete the iconography project.  This will also be a herculean task since the water damage is extensive.  Like we do with our homes, we must from time to time bear the burden of repairs.  With God’s help and your prayers and support, we know we can accomplish this task together.   Just last week we learned that the Mary Kandaras Estate has presented a Challenge Gift to our parish of $120,000 and asks that all parishioners please contribute to this important project so the work may be finished and we can move closer to the day of our Consecration.  Thus far we have raised $120,000 and now with this Challenge Gift we are at $240,000.  With the extensive repairs that need to be done to the roof and then the interior work, we are still approximately $50,000 short so please give what you can today.  Time is of the essence.  Thank you for your continued support of our Church. 

Please consider to give towards this project here.

 

 

Roof Repair Update

We wanted to keep you updated on our Roof Renovation Project as things have progressed since our last letter to you. Much to our joy,roofwork1 our Church Architect, Christ Kamages of CJK Design Group, assisted us in selecting appropriate colors for our Church to remain within the traditions of our faith. These colors are rooted in the Byzantine tradition and will give new life to our Church “village”. During the color selection process, the Church Architect also reviewed the roof repair options and offered another alternative that was superior to our original selection of replacing the current system. As a result, we temporarily stopped the roofing project in order to investigate it further since the warranty offered was doubled to 20 years and the option of having a gold metallic colored dome was presented. A solution that not only would be technically superior but also one that would be a fitting landmark to the legacy of our Faith and Parish – past, present and future. In our Orthodox Theology and Iconography, the new color scheme will be something to behold, especially within its environment and green setting! 

The new roofing solution involves moving away from the current stucco roofing system which is prone to cracking and water intrusion (as we already know), and toward a TPO/PVC roofing system. This will involve removing the existing roof, repairing the cement structure if required, installing a new layer of insulation and covering it with this new roofing product. TPO is a durable material used all over the world with great success (it is used for Car Bumpers as well), it is great for our curved application, UV resistant, cost-effective and can be painted. With this roof, we will paint it a gold, metallic color and roofwork2install faux ribs to give it the appearance of a traditional Byzantine standing seam metal roof at half the cost of a metal roof. Combined with new flashing and gutters, we will be able to prevent water intrusion and create a roof that will last decades.

After a few months of research and review, the new option presented was unanimously approved by the Parish Council and then presented at our Spring General Assembly meeting. We are pleased to inform you that work has now resumed and within 60 days we will see remarkable changes for the better. Once the roof of the Church is completed, we will then paint the outside of the Church. Once that is completed, we will then move inside the Church to fix the many areas damaged by the leaks so we can complete the Iconography project. This will also be a herculean task since the water damage is extensive. Like we do with our homes, we must from time to time bear the burden of repairs. With God’s help and your prayers and support, we know we can accomplish
this task together. Thank you for your continued support of our Church.

 

Fr. Chris

John Ioannou, Jr., President

Members of the Parish Council:
George Georgakakis, Dimitri Rapanos, Michael Fossler, Juanita Antley, John Argyropoulos, James Carras, Manny Daskos, Mike Haralambis, Andreas Ioannou, Marion Koliniatis, Anna Merkel, Peter Synoyannis, Eleni Varvoutis, Kathy Ziegler.

Iconography Update August 2014

This is our latest update with those who have pledged and given for our new Iconography/Hall Renovation Project.

Dear Parishioners,

On behalf of our Parish Council, Hall Renovation and Iconography Committee we wanted to give you an update on our latest sacred endeavors. First, as you can see from the inside of the Church, the iconography project is moving along wonderfully. Our iconographer will be returning in the next few weeks to add more icons that have been donated. We have heard so many positive responses to this project and true evidence of its reception is the almost $300,000 that has been committed to it in donations. Part of which goes to renovate the large hall.

View the video that introduced you to the effort, “This is my Church, what is it to you?” I am sure after seeing it you too will want to join the people listed here and make your commitment to completing the iconography of our Church in preparation for the Consecration of our Sanctuary.

As for the hall project the Parish Council has authorized that the necessary drawings for the renovation of the kitchen, including the small hall, be done as soon as possible. It is our prayer to begin this part of the project sometime after Pascha this year.

The Lord continues to shower our community with so many blessings. Thank you for your support. If you want to donate to this sacred and once in a life time project please speak to one of us.

In Christ,

Fr. Chris Metropulos

John Ioannou Jr. – Parish Council President

 

View our progress

Balcony and Downstairs
Anonymous 2 Segments of Balcony
Anonymous 1 Segment of Balcony
Anonymous Medallion – St. Leonidas
Anonymous Medallion – St. Symeon
Anonymous Medallion – St. Anastasia
Anonymous Medallion – St. Anastsios of Persos
Chris Nichols Medallion – St. Kosmas of Aitolos
Jordan & Evangelia Elrod Medallion – St. Cyril
Carmen and Curtis Elrod Medallion – St. Methodios
Mary Sefferly Medallion – St. Ephrosyni
John A Faturos Medallion – St. Tatiana of Rome
Athena Loucas Medallion – St. John of the Ladder
Louis and Stephanie Papadakos Medallion – St. Mary Magdalene
Anonymous Medallion – St. Vlasios
William Heal & Joanna Thagouras-Heal Medallion – St. Gregory of Nyssa
Constantine Bartsocas Medallion – St. Athena
Constantine Bartsocas Medallion – St. Pericles
Stelios Groussis Family Medallion – St. Stylianos
Gregory and Suzanne Zorbas Medallion – St. Anthi
Barbra Makris Medallion – St. Patrick
Dance Groups of St. Demetrios Medallion – TBD
Loupasakis Family and Harris Skoundridakis Standing Saint – St. Kalliope
Christina Ioannou Standing Saint – St. Christianos
John & Nancy Shikar Standing Saint – Elias the Prophet
Anonymous Standing Saint – St. Rafael
Amalia Papadimitriou and Christopher Siegle Standing Saint – St. Alexandros
Suzanne Spiliotis Standing Saint – St. Gerasimos
Sandra Columbus Mural of Miracles – Blessing of the Artoklasia
Anonymous Mural of Miracles – Raising Lazarus
Athanassios Zizzopoulos Mural of Miracles – Baptism Of Christ
Michael & Estelle Sotirhos Mural of Miracles – Wedding at Cana in Galilee
Haralambos and Stavroula Bakalis Mural of Miracles – Elevation of the Holy Cross
Constantine Bartsocas Mural of Miracles – Healing of the Woman with the flow of blood
Arches – With Decoratives and 2 Icons
Chris Molho 1 Decorative Column
Altar
Nick Scandalios Mural of Holy Communion in Altar
Christopher & Ellen Colonnese Carpet for Altar & Solea
Dome
In Memory of Rev. Constantine Mitsos Resurrection of the Lord
Ioannou Family Transfiguration of the Lord
Mina Drimaropoulos Crucifixion of the Lord
Tsiotis, Eliades, Stuart & Simitses Families Pentacost
Narthex
George Georgakakis Two Icon Stands
Harry Tangalakis Dome
Anonymous 2 Pangaria
Laskas Meyer Family 1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area
Ioannou Family 2 Sand Pits & Marble
Ioannou Family 1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area
Victor Demetrios, Linda Phass, Anonymous & Helen Tzitsikas Childrens Icon, Sand Pit and Collection Box
Outside Mosaics
Harry Tangalakis Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on left
Dr Kay Hamperas Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on right
Fountas Family Mosaic of Church Name Main Entrance
Stained Glass
Bobby Herrera and Nadia Peritsalis 1 Panel of Stained Glass
Glass Doors In Church
Lazarus & Paula Kirifides 1 Glass Door
Leonidas and Maria Bavas 2 Glass Doors
Mona Monezis 2 Glass Door
Nicholas & Diane Lambrinides 1 Glass Door
Rail Around Balcony
Juanita Antley 2 Sections
Anonymous 1 Section
George and Judy Jimokas 6 Sections
Mary Owen and Sophia Thermis 1 Section
Peter & Kim Liakos 1 Section
Gordon & Susan Oliver 1 Section
Christina Ioannou 1 Section
Betty Monezis 2 Sections
Stajka Vangov 1 Section
Anonymous 2 Sections
Bessie & Harry Mavrikakis 1 Section
Nicholas J. Maniatis 1 Section
Katerina & Matt Shull 1 Section
Kalliope Hanlon 3 Sections
Peter & Kim Liakos 2 Sections
Phillip & Helen Taschioglou 1 Sections
John Clidas 1 Sections
Dean Pascal 2 Sections

 

Iconography Update January 2014

This is our latest update with those who have pledged and given for our new Iconography/Hall Renovation Project.

Dear Parishioners,

On behalf of our Parish Council, Hall Renovation and Iconography Committee we wanted to give you an update on our latest sacred endeavors. First, as you can see from the inside of the Church, the iconography project is moving along wonderfully. Our iconographer will be returning in the next few weeks to add more icons that have been donated. We have heard so many positive responses to this project and true evidence of its reception is the almost $300,000 that has been committed to it in donations. Part of which goes to renovate the large hall.

View the video that introduced you to the effort, “This is my Church, what is it to you?” I am sure after seeing it you too will want to join the people listed here and make your commitment to completing the iconography of our Church in preparation for the Consecration of our Sanctuary.

As for the hall project the Parish Council has authorized that the necessary drawings for the renovation of the kitchen, including the small hall, be done as soon as possible. It is our prayer to begin this part of the project sometime after Pascha this year.

The Lord continues to shower our community with so many blessings. Thank you for your support. If you want to donate to this sacred and once in a life time project please speak to one of us.

In Christ,

Fr. Chris Metropulos

John Ioannou Jr. – Parish Council President

 

View our progress

Balcony and Downstairs

Anonymous

2 Segments of Balcony

Anonymous

1 Segment of Balcony

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Leonidas

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Symeon

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Anastasia

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Anastsios of Persos

Chris Nichols

Medallion – St. Kosmas of Aitolos

Jordan & Evangelia Elrod

Medallion – St. Cyril

Carmen and Curtis Elrod

Medallion – St. Methodios

Mary Sefferly

Medallion – St. Ephrosyni

John A Faturos

Medallion – St. Tatiana of Rome

Athena Loucas

Medallion – St. John of the Ladder

Stelios Groussis Family Medallion – St. Stylianos

Gregory and Suzanne Zorbas

Medallion – St. Anthi

Barbra Makris

Medallion – St. Patrick

Dance Groups of St. Demetrios

Medallion – TBD

 Loupasakis Family and Harris Skoundridakis  Standing Saint – St. Kalliope

Christina Ioannou

Standing Saint – St. Christianos

Anonymous

Standing Saint – St. Rafael

Amalia Papadimitriou and Christopher Siegle

Standing Saint – St. Alexandros

Suzanne Spiliotis

Standing Saint – St. Gerasimos

Sany Columbus

Mural of Miracles – Blessing of the Artoklasia

Anonymous

Mural of Miracles – Raising Lazarus

Athanassios Zizzopoulos

Mural of Miracles – Baptism Of Christ

Michael & Estelle Sotirhos

Mural of Miracles – Wedding at Cana in Galilee

Haralambos and Stavroula Bakalis

Mural of Miracles – Elevation of the Holy Cross

Arches – With Decoratives and 2 Icons

Chris Molho

1 Decorative Column

Altar

Nick Scandalios

Mural of Holy Communion in Altar

Christopher & Ellen Colonnese

Carpet for Altar & Solea

Dome

In Memory of Rev. Constantine Mitsos

Resurrection of the Lord

Ioannou Family

Transfiguration of the Lord

Mina Drimaropoulos

Crucifixion of the Lord

Tsiotis, Eliades, Stuart & Simitses Families

Pentacost

Narthex

George Georgakakis

Two Icon Stands

Harry Tangalakis

Dome

Anonymous

2 Pangaria

Laskas Meyer Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Ioannou Family

2 Sand Pits & Marble

Ioannou Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Victor Demetrios, Linda Phass, Anonymous & Helen Tzitsikas

Childrens Icon, Sand Pit and Collection Box

Outside Mosaics

Harry Tangalakis

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on left

Dr Kay Hamperas

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on right

Stained Glass

Bobby Herrera and Nadia Peritsalis

1 Panel of Stained Glass

Glass Doors In Church

Anonymous

1 Glass Door

Leonidas and Maria Bavas

2 Glass Doors

Mona Monezis

1 Glass Door

Nicholas & Diane Lambrinides 1 Glass Door

Rail Around Balcony

Juanita Antley

2 Sections

Anonymous

1 Section

George and Judy Jimokas

6 Sections

Mary Owen and Sophia Thermis

1 Section

Peter & Kim Liakos

3 Section

Gordon & Susan Oliver

1 Section

Christina Ioannou

1 Section

Betty Monezis

2 Sections

Voicu Family

1 Section

Anonymous

2 Sections

Bessie & Harry Mavrikakis

1 Section

Nicholas J. Maniatis

1 Section
Katerina & Matt Shull 1 Section
Kalliope Hanlon 3 Sections
Peter & Kim Liakos 2 Sections

Narthex Renovation

The Narthex has begun its transformation.  This week the dome, pangaria, proskinitaria, and sand pits are being installed.

Once you enter the church through the main entrance, you will be taken back in time, once the dome icons are installed to the time of Moses who through Gods grace and guidance led the people of Israel in the desert with flames of fire.  When you light your candle you begin your journey from the land of Egypt to the Kingdom of Heaven, the Holy of Holies, to receive the Body and Blood of Christ.

 

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Please view the pictures of the new narthex furniture and their installation.

Narthex Update

In the next few weeks we will be receiving the new furniture pieces for the Narthex. 

View our photo album to see these masterpieces.

Iconography Update September 2013

This is our latest update with those who have pledged and given for our new Iconography/Hall Renovation Project.

Dear Parishioners,

On behalf of our Parish Council, Hall Renovation and Iconography Committee we wanted to give you an update on our latest sacred endeavors. First, as you can see from the inside of the Church, the iconography project is moving along wonderfully. Our iconographer will be returning in the next few weeks to add more icons that have been donated. We have heard so many positive responses to this project and true evidence of its reception is the almost $300,000 that has been committed to it in donations. Part of which goes to renovate the large hall.

View the video that introduced you to the effort, “This is my Church, what is it to you?” I am sure after seeing it you too will want to join the people listed here and make your commitment to completing the iconography of our Church in preparation for the Consecration of our Sanctuary.

As for the hall project the Parish Council has authorized that the necessary drawings for the renovation of the kitchen, including the small hall, be done as soon as possible. It is our prayer to begin this part of the project sometime after Pascha this year.

The Lord continues to shower our community with so many blessings. Thank you for your support. If you want to donate to this sacred and once in a life time project please speak to one of us.

In Christ,

Fr. Chris Metropulos

John Ioannou Jr. – Parish Council President

 

View our progress

Balcony and Downstairs

Anonymous

2 Segments of Balcony

Anonymous

1 Segment of Balcony

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Leonidas

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Symeon

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Anastasia

Anonymous

Medallion – St. Anastsios of Persos

Chris Nichols

Medallion – St. Kosmas of Aitolos

Jordan & Evangelia Elrod

Medallion – St. Cyril

Carmen and Curtis Elrod

Medallion – St. Methodios

Mary Sefferly

Medallion – St. Ephrosyni

John A Faturos

Medallion – St. Tatiana of Rome

Athena Loucas

Medallion – St. John of the Ladder

Stelios Groussis Family Medallion – St. Stylianos

Gregory and Suzanne Zorbas

Medallion – St. Anthia

Barbra Makris

Medallion – St. Patrick

Sandy Columbus

Medallion – TBD

Dance Groups of St. Demetrios

Medallion – TBD

Loupasakis Family and Harris Skoundridakis

Standing Saint – St. Kalliope

Christina Ioannou

Standing Saint – St. Christianos

Anonymous

Standing Saint – St. Rafael

Amalia Papadimitriou and Christopher Siegle

Standing Saint – St. Alexandros

Suzanne Spiliotis

Standing Saint – St. Gerasimos

Anonymous

Mural of Miracles – Raising Lazarus

Athanassios Zizzopoulos

Mural of Miracles – Baptism Of Christ

Michael & Estelle Sotirhos

Mural of Miracles – Wedding at Cana in Galilee

Haralambos and Stavroula Bakalis

Mural of Miracles – Elevation of the Holy Cross

Arches – With Decoratives and 2 Icons

Chris Molho

1 Decorative Column

Altar

Nick Scandalios

Mural of Holy Communion in Altar

Dome

In Memory of Rev. Constantine Mitsos

Resurrection of the Lord

Ioannou Family

Transfiguration of the Lord

Mina Drimaropoulos

Crucifixion of the Lord

Tsiotis, Eliades, Stuart & Simitses Families

Pentacost

Narthex

George Georgakakis

Two Icon Stands

Harry Tangalakis

Dome

Anonymous

2 Pangaria

Laskas Meyer Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Ioannou Family

2 Sand Pits & Marble

Ioannou Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Victor Demetrios, Linda Phass, Anonymous & Helen Tzitsikas

Childrens Icon, Sand Pit and Collection Box

Outside Mosaics

Harry Tangalakis

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on left

Dr Kay Hamperas

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on right

Stained Glass

Bobby Herrera and Nadia Peritsalis

1 Panel of Stained Glass

Glass Doors In Church

Anonymous

1 Glass Door

Leonidas and Maria Bavas

2 Glass Doors

Mona Monezis

1 Glass Door

Nicholas & Diane Lambrinides 1 Glass Door

Rail Around Balcony

Juanita Antley

2 Sections

Anonymous

1 Section

George and Judy Jimokas

6 Sections

Mary Owen and Sophia Thermis

1 Section

Peter & Kim Liakos

3 Section

Gordon & Susan Oliver

1 Section

Christina Ioannou

1 Section

Betty Monezis

2 Sections

Voicu Family

1 Section

Anonymous

2 Sections

Bessie & Harry Mavrikakis

1 Section

Nicholas J. Maniatis

1 Section
Katerina & Matt Shull 1 Section
Kalliope Hanlon 3 Sections

Iconography Update March 2013

This is our latest update with those who have pledged and given for our new Iconography/Hall Renovation Project.

Dear Parishioners,

On behalf of our Parish Council, Hall Renovation and Iconography Committee we wanted to give you an update on our latest sacred endeavors. First, as you can see from the inside of the Church, the iconography project is moving along wonderfully. Our iconographer will be returning in the next few weeks to add more icons that have been donated. We have heard so many positive responses to this project and true evidence of its reception is the almost $300,000 that has been committed to it in donations. Part of which goes to renovate the large hall.

View the video that introduced you to the effort, “This is my Church, what is it to you?” I am sure after seeing it you too will want to join the people listed here and make your commitment to completing the iconography of our Church in preparation for the Consecration of our Sanctuary.

As for the hall project the Parish Council has authorized that the necessary drawings for the renovation of the kitchen, including the small hall, be done as soon as possible. It is our prayer to begin this part of the project sometime after Pascha this year.

The Lord continues to shower our community with so many blessings. Thank you for your support. If you want to donate to this sacred and once in a life time project please speak to one of us.

In Christ,

Fr. Chris Metropulos

Chris Nichols – Parish Council President

 

View our progress

Balcony and Downstairs

Anonymous

2 Segments of Balcony

Anonymous

1 Segment of Balcony

Chris Nichols

Medallion

Jordan & Evangelia Elrod

Medallion – St. Cyril

Carmen and Curtis Elrod

Medallion – St. Methodios

Mary Sefferly

Medallion – St. Ephrosyni

John A Faturos

Medallion

Athena Loucas

Medallion – St. John of the Ladder

Dimitra Karachalias

Medallion

Stelios Groussis Family

Medallion – St. Stylianos

Gregory and Suzanne Zorbas

Medallion – St. Anthia

Loupasakis Family and Harris Skoundridakis

Standing Saint – St. Kalliope

Christina Ioannou

Standing Saint – St. Christianos

Anonymous

Standing Saint – St. Rafael

Amalia Papadimitriou and Christopher Siegle

Standing Saint – St. Alexandros

Suzanne Spiliotis

Standing Saint – St. Gerasimos

Anonymous

Mural of Miracles – Raising Lazarus

Athanassios Zizzopoulos

Mural of Miracles – Baptism Of Christ

Haralambos and Stavroula Bakalis

Mural of Miracles – Elevation of the Holy Cross

Altar

Nick Scandalios

Mural of Holy Communion in Altar

Dome

In Memory of Rev. Constantine Mitsos

Resurrection of the Lord

Ioannou Family

Transfiguration of the Lord

Mina Drimaropoulos

Crucifixion of the Lord

Narthex

George Georgakakis

Two Icon Stands

Harry Tangalakis

Dome

Anonymous

2 Pangaria

Laskas Meyer Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Ioannou Family

2 Sand Pits & Marble

Ioannou Family

1 Mosaic Candle Offering Area

Outside Mosaics

Harry Tangalakis

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on left

Dr Kay Hamperas

Mosaic Angel in Front of Church – Facing Church on right

Stained Glass

Bobby Herrera and Nadia Peritsalis

1 Panel of Stained Glass

Glass Doors In Church

Anonymous

1 Glass Door

Leonidas and Maria Bavas

2 Glass Doors

Rail Around Balcony

Juanita Antley

2 Sections

Anonymous

1 Section

George and Judy Jimokas

6 Sections

Mary Owen and Sophia Thermis

1 Section

Peter & Kim Liakos

1 Section

Gordon & Susan Oliver

1 Section

Christina Ioannou

1 Section

Betty Monezis

2 Sections

Voicu Family

1 Section

Anonymous

2 Sections

Bessie & Harry Mavrikakis

1 Section