This Friday, July 24, at 4.00 pm, we will chant the Akathist Hymn (Ἀκάθιστος Ὕμνος εἰς τὴν Ὑπεραγίαν Θεοτόκον) to protest the designation of the Church of Agia Sophia as a mosque. The Holy Eparchial Synod of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America has designated July 24 as a day of mourning for Agia
Read His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos' Encyclical for the Anniversary of the Invasion of Cyprus in 1974 Ἑλληνικά/English
Because our registrations for this Sunday, July 19, 2020, have reached full capacity, we have closed our registration. We apologize that circumstances do not permit us to admit all parishioners who wish to attend. Those who were unable to attend this Sunday will be given priority in registering for the next Sunday, July 26,
With the blessings of His Eminence, Metropolitan Evangelos, we are informing you of a "Petition to Rescind the order converting Hagia Sophia to a mosque" organized by the Hellenic Cultural Center of the Southwest. All are encouraged to sign the petition, which will be sent to the leaders of the United Nations, the European Union,
The Holy Eparchial Synod of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America has spoken with one voice in condemnation of the plan to turn Agia Sophia from a museum into a mosque. Read their joint statement against this affront to Orthodox Christianity. Ἑλληνικά/English
His Eminence, Metropolitan Evangelos, has sent us an encyclical discussing recent spikes in COVID-19 that have been associated with churches in other parts of the country. Please read his call for us to remain vigilant in our efforts to keep our churches safe as we open to worshippers. Letter to Clergy and PC Presidents-
Please read His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey's Statement Greek/English about the Turkish Government's decision to turn Agia Sophia into a mosque. His Eminence encourages us all to send letters to our governmental representatives expressing our opposition to this decision. Below you can find pre-addressed letters to print, sign, and mail to
Congratulations to our parishioner Demetrios Tsitsios, who has been named as a 2020 Award Recipient of the PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation! Demetrios has been active in all our youth programs and has made us proud over the years. This honor is well deserved! Συγχαρητήρια! Learn more about the PanHellenic Scholarship program HERE.