We thank the 333 stewards who have pledged for 2015.
It’s still not too late to pledge for year 2015
You can now easily pledge electronically.
If you prefer, you can fill out a card available both at the welcome desk and at the desk in the south narthex on your way to coffee hour. You may also pledge by calling the office at (954) 467-1515 and ask to speak with Kiki.
A pledging parishioner is someone who fills out a stewardship card offering to the church time, talent and treasure. If you are not able to offer a pledge for the year,
please speak with Fr. John.
Please remember that in order to register for any of the youth or adult programs, you must be a pledging member of St. Demetrios Church.
The Family Life Ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta presents:
Preparing for The Journey of Marriage In the Orthodox Church
Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
A one-day workshop for couples getting married in the Orthodox Church
$50.00 per Couple Includes workbooks, materials, and luncheon
Hosted by: Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation at 12250 NW 2nd Ave. North, Miami, Fl. 33168
Check in at 9:15 am RSVP by Sept. 6, 2015
(305)-681-1061 or email@example.com or Register online: www.familyministry.atlanta.goarch.org/upcoming-events-2/
To better serve you…
Most of you are familiar with Father John’s weekly phone messages. We will be adding cell phone numbers to our calling list; both for the weekly voice messages and for text messages. The text messages will be brief. In order for us to send you text messages, we will need your permission. Please text the word ALERT to 22300. This will opt you in. You will also be able to Opt out at any time.
If you do not wish to receive voice messages on either your home phone or your cell phone, please call the office.
If in error you opt out of the voice messages, just call the office.
Greek School at St. Demetrios
Did you know?
Today, over thirteen million people speak Greek around the world.
Learning Greek is beneficial to more than those individuals of Greek heritage.
The Greek language is used in mathematics, science, medicine, and other disciplines.
By learning Modern Greek, students young and older, will gain the tools needed for greater academic achievement and growth.
That is why the Greek School at St. Demetrios will begin this Fall and will offer three classes, A’ and B’ and Advanced. A fourth class, Γ’, will be offered depending on the enrollment.
A’ and B’ will meet on Mondays and Thursdays from 4:15-6:00 PM
An Advanced Class will meet on Mondays from 6:00-8:00 PM
Greek School Staff:
Principal: Stavroula Christodoulou,Ph.D.
Teacher: Malvina Protogerou Currie
Teacher: Sophia Polikandriotis Litsas
If interested in more information, please reference our website stdemetrios.org or contact our Principal Stavroula Christodoulou by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Demetrios Ministry Orientation
We are having our annual St. Demetrios Ministry Orientation, today, in the Community center. This is the opportunity for everyone to get information and sign up for all the Ministries offered at St. Demetrios. We hope to see you all there!!!
Youth Ministry Registration is Now Open
We hope everyone had a great Summer! We are beginning our Youth Ministry Year here at St. Demetrios in Fort Lauderdale September 13th, 2015. The EYCC together with all the Ministry Leaders have been working hard over the summer in planning the upcoming year. We have a wonderful year planned out that include two additional ministries: HOPE/JOY and Greek School Program. Please visit the ministry section of our website at stdemetrios.org to fill out our registration form. If you have any questions, please contact Sampson Kasapakis at email@example.com or by calling the church office at (954)-467-1515.
The Education, Youth and Cultural Committee is now accepting applications for the various ministries for the 2015-2016 calendar year. Please consider sharing your talents with our church family. You may visit our website and fill out the Volunteer Application Form. Fr. John and the Committee are looking forward to a new year of vibrant programs for our Parishioners. You may also pick up a form in the south Narthex.
Acolytes – Altar boys serve in the Altar during the Divine Liturgy. Boys ages 6 years and up interested in serving in the altar are welcome. Call church office at (954) 467-1515.
Adult Choir – New members, men and women, are welcome.
AGAPE Seniors– Senior group for men and women over 50 years. Luncheons are scheduled on the third Tuesday of every month, as well as other social events, and fund raisers. Call Maria Jordan at 954-927-5109
BIBLE STUDY– Devoted Heart Bible Study scheduled on Sundays please contact Helena Ioannou
BYZANTINE CHANT– learn to chant Byzantine, please contact Fr. John
Cancer Chapter – Meetings on the 4th Thursday of every month and other fundraising activities. Contact Stefanie Pavlakis at 954-590-8763
GOYA – Greek Orthodox Youth of America is a group for youth ages 13-17 years. They have meetings the first Sunday of each month to plan social events, fundraisers, and retreats.
Greek Dance Troupes: There are four Dance groups Palazakia Jr., Palazakia & Palazakia Sr. and Kamaria – Youth Greek dance troupes are grouped by school grade from kindergarten to 12th. Practice is every Sunday at 1pm.
Greek School – Offers instruction for A’ (beginner), B’ (Intermediate) on Mondays and Thursdays 4:15pm-6:00pm and an Advanced Course on Mondays from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
JOY AND HOPE: Holy Orthodox Primary Education (HOPE) ministers to children in Kindergarten through 2nd Grade and Junior Orthodox Youth (JOY) ministers to children from the 3rd through 6th grade. Register Online to join HOPE/JOY at stdemetrios.org.
LOVING STITCHES – Learn to crochet and knit with our talented group who meet the 4th Tuesday of every month at 11:30am. Fellowship and luncheon follows.
Philoptochos – A national philanthropic organization for women/men supporting various social events, luncheons and fund raisers incl. St. Basil’s Academy. Meet 1st Thurs. of every month. Call Marion Koliniatis at 305-632-1415
Sunday School – A religious educational program for children between the ages of 3 – 18 years every Sunday. Visit our website to register your children!
Visiting Angels-An organization that keeps in contact with shut-ins and those in long term care facilities. Meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Call Fr. John .
AHEPA- Meet on the first Tuesday of every month, please contact Garry Paxinos at954-655-7453 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Daughters of Penelope – Meet on the second Wednesday of every Month, call Nina McGuirk at 954-537-2710