Weekly Sunday Bulletin-September 11, 2016

theodora-of-alexandriaTheodora of Alexandria

This saint lived in the fifth century. Out of remorse for the adultery that she committed with another man, she fled from her husband’s house, renamed herself Theodore, clothed herself as a man, and pretending to be a eunuch, entered a monastery of men. Her identity as a woman was discovered only after her death.


Parish Council on duty:

Basil Economou, Michael Fossler, George Georgakakis, Marion Koliniatis, Harry Tangalakis, Mark Zaden



Flowers on the Altar are donated in memory of Nick Papantonatos and with prayers for his family.  May his memory be eternal.


Coffee Hour 

The coffee hour is being sponsored by Katherine Ziegler in loving memory of her husband Dr. John G. Ziegler.