Weekly Sunday Bulletin-October 2, 2016



Today is Election Day:  Support your dance programs!  The Dance Advisory Committee (DAC) Elections will be held in the hall following the Divine Liturgy.  To vote you must be stewards in good standing and your child/children or grandchildren must be active in the dance program.  Only ONE member of each family is to vote on behalf of the family.


GOYA Loukoumades Sunday:  Support our Youth! Enjoy lokoumades, $5 for a small bowl, $10 for a large, today in the church hall.


Church Family Night Friday October 7th  at 7:00 pm

Come join us for an evening of food, family and fun at St. Demetrios Church Family Night! Dinner will be prepared and served by Fr. Jim, Dr. George Georgakakis “& company.” Free Admission.



Registration for programs other than Greek School is still available at https://stdemetrios.org/ministries/program-registration/program-registration-form/

Greek School registration forms, for children and adults, are on the desk in the south narthex.


Volunteering Opportunities

Youth Volunteer Applications for the 2016-2017 school are on the desk in the south narthex.  We encourage anyone interested in working with our young people to fill out a form. Please remember that all youth volunteers must re-apply each year.


Sunday School  has begun and we are looking for a few good women and men to teach our youth about the Orthodox faith.  Several of our volunteers have been teaching for at least 10 years and we need to share this great responsibility with new volunteers.

While it is a great commitment, it is such an important ministry to help our youth grow spiritually and carry on the beautiful traditions of our church.

Please consider being a lead teacher, or an assistant.  If you are not comfortable with a weekly commitment, there are opportunities to team teach, alternating every other week with another teacher.

All grades have a teaching curriculum with easy to follow lesson plans.  Also, there is a whole host of new online resources to keep it interesting for our new generation.

If you can only make a short term commitment, there are opportunities to chair the Oratorical Festival or direct the Annual Christmas Pageant.


Greetings from the Greek School at St. Demetrios.  The School welcomes young and older students who would like to study Modern Greek.  Classes began on Monday, September 12, 2016 and are scheduled to end on May 15, 2017.

Classes offered:  A’,  B’,  Γ’,  Adult Beginners, Advanced,  Preparation for the Greek Proficiency Test.  Registration: Forms are on the desk in the south narthex. Times: A’,  B’,  Γ’,  Adult Beginners –  4:15 to 6:00 PM, Advanced – 6:00 to 8:00 PM, PPT to be arranged.  Fees: $200 per student for the academic year 2016-17. Non-steward families are required to pay an additional $100 per family.

Scholarships: A number of full and part tuition scholarships are available thanks to the generosity of the Philoptochos Kandaras Fund, the Dance Program, Drs. Anthony and Joyce Kales and Dr. and Mrs. Marinos Hionis. Interested parties please speak with the Rev. Dr. James Katinas. Applications must be submitted to the St. Demetrios Scholarship Committee. Applications are available in the South Narthex.

Teachers: Joanna Andriotakis, Stavroula Christodoulou, Malvina Protogerou Curie and Sophia Polikandriotis Litsas.

For further information please contact Stavroula Christodoulou at:  954-755-3506 or isapaul@aol.com


Greek School Scholarships

Applications for scholarships to the St. Demetrios Greek School are open and must be completed and turned in to the Church Office no later than October 14th. Applications are available on the desk in the South Narthex.


Orthodox Christianity Class

Discover Orthodoxy Tuesdays at 7:00pm

October 4, October 11, October 18, October 25, November 1


St. Demetrios Masquerade Ball October 29, 2016. Costume Contest for Adults & Kids.  Greek American DJ.  Tickets on sale in the Church Hall starting Sunday, September 11.  Adults $40, Kids 13-17 $20, Under 12 $10