We extend a warm welcome to visitors worshipping with us today. We would like to remind you that Holy Communion is reserved for those who have been baptized or confirmed in the Orthodox Church, and who have prepared themselves to receive the Eucharist. All visitors are welcome to receive the blessed bread at the end of the Divine Liturgy. Please join us for coffee and fellowship after worship.
Priest: Fr. Tom Pistolis
Deacon: Fr. Dn. Haralambos (Charles) Joiner
Choir Director: Fanya Paouris
Organist: Mary Koutroulias
Chanters: Sotiris Basilakos, Tony Thermos, Forrest Palmer, David Bowden, John Blackstone, Tim Demas, Ben Slayton
Religious Education Directors: Frances Pappas, Nea Zambrano, Marena Giakoumelos
Sunday School Choir Directors: Bessie Cheros, Lena Trakas
Wednesdays at 10:00 am We are studying the Book of Revelation this fall. Come and join us for a discussion of this book that is rarely discussed in the Orthodox Church.
We need more choir members.... Rehearsal at 7 pm Wednesdays
Contact Fanya Paouris
Alms Box - Support a Missionary Priest
Alms Lenten collections go to the SAMP program (a development program of the Orthodox Christian Mission Center that offers monthly financial assistance to indigenous priests in extremely poor areas around the world. Through SAMP donations, the priest is able to apply himself more fully to the needs of the parish and hierarchs are able to ordain more clergy to meet the growing needs of their flock.) of the OCMC (Orthodox Christian Mission of SCOBA (Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas)).
Help with Cathedral Outreach Efforts
We need your help. Deacon Charles is building a list of those who are involved with various outreach organizations like Hospice, United Ministries or Meals on Wheels. He would like to identify those who are willing to keep our community up-to-date on the services and needs of these organizations and to be a resource person for our community members. Send him information on the organization you help by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 254-0150 or via the Cathedral office 233-8531.