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Weekly Sunday Bulletin – Saint Luke the Evangelist

lukeOctober 18, 2015

This Apostle was an Antiochean, a physician by trade, and a disciple and companion of Paul. He wrote his Gospel in Greek after Matthew and Mark, after which he wrote the Acts of the Apostles, and dedicated both works to Theophilus, who, according to some, was Governor of Achaia. He lived some eighty-six years and died in Achaia, perhaps in Patras, the capital of this district. His emblem is the calf, the third symbolical beast mentioned by Ezekiel (1:10), which is a symbol of Christ’s sacrificial and priestly office, as Saint Irenaeus says

Parish Council on duty:

John Ioannou, Jr., John Argiropoulos, Marion Koliniatis, Anna Merkel, Demetri Rapanos, Kathy Ziegler

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – Sunday of the Blind Man

Sunday of the Blind ManMay 17, 2015

Welcome Eminence Metropolitan Alexios !

Fr. Chris, Fr. John and the parish council welcome His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios who will celebrate the Archieratical Divine Liturgy with us, today.

Parish Council on duty:

John Ioannou, Jr, Demetri Rapanos, John Argiropoulos, Anna Merkel, Kathy Ziegler, Andreas Ioannou, Mark Zaden

I come to You, O Christ, as the man blind   from birth.

With the eyes of my soul blinded, I cry out to You in repentance,

“You are the resplendent Light of those in darkness.”

Kontakion in the Fourth Tone

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – 6th Sunday of Luke

St. DemetriosOctober 26th, 2014

God, who gave you invincible power and with care kept your city invulnerable, royally clothed the Church in purple with the streams of your blood, for you are her strength, O Demetrios.

Kontakion in the Second Tone

Parish Council on Duty:

George Georgakakis, Manny Daskos, James Carras, Eleni Varvoutis, Michael Haralambis,  Michael Fossler, Juanita Antley

Weekly Sunday Bulletin – 3rd Sunday of Luke

St. James the ApostleOctober 19, 2014

O wondrous Iakovos, God the Logos, only-begotten of the Father, who dwelt among us in latter days, declared you, the first shepherd and teacher of Jerusalem, and faithful steward of the spiritual mysteries. Wherefore, we all honor you, O Apostle.

Kontakion in the Fourth Tone

James (Iakovos) the Apostle– October 23

Parish Council on duty:

John Ioannou, Jr. , John Argiropoulos, Andreas Ioannou, Marion Koliniatis, Anna Merkel, Demetri Rapanos, Peter Synoyannis, Kathy Ziegler

Metropolitan Alexios Visit

Beloved Faithful,

We are pleased to inform you that His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta will visit our Parish for our Feastday Divine Liturgy on Sunday, October 26.

The Archieratical Divine Liturgy will begin at 10:00am, preceded by Orthros at 8:45.  His Eminence will also be our guest at the brunch following the Divine Liturgy.  Please join us as we welcome his Eminence who will honor us with his presence and service.

We wish everyone a happy and blessed celebration of the our Feast Day, St. Demetrios the Myrrh Bearer.

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Weekly Sunday Bulletin – 7th Ecumenical Council

St. LukeOctober 9, 2014

St. Luke the Evangelist- October 18
This Apostle was an Antiochean, a physician by trade, and a disciple and companion of Paul. He wrote his Gospel in Greek after Matthew and Mark, after which he wrote the Acts of the Apostles, and dedicated both works to Theophilus, who, according to some, was Governor of Achaia. He lived some eighty-six years and died in Achaia, perhaps in Patras, the capital of this district. His emblem is the calf, the third symbolical beast mentioned by Ezekiel (1:10), which is a symbol of Christ’s acrificial and priestly office, as Saint Irenaeus says.

Parish Council on Duty:
George Georgakakis, Manny Daskos, James Carras, Eleni Varvoutis, Michael Haralambis, Michael Fossler, Juanita Antley