Community Hike Schedule
Sunday August 13th: POSTPONED - Purgatory Chasm: Sutton MA
Contact Mike Krikonis or Father Greg for more details.
Will be held at the Rail Trail in Hudson on Tuesday, August 15th at 11:45
Our Father's Table
Sts. Anargyroi will be sponsoring Our Father's Table, an organization of volunteers from several Marlborough churches who provide a warm welcome, a hearty meal and pleasant conversation for those who are having financial difficulties.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact
Nick Toufas at email@example.com or 508-314-5104 for details on how you can help.
We will be cooking in the Hellenic Hall from 1:00PM to 4:00PM and then serving food at 4:30PM on Tuesday, August 22ndat the New Hope Church on Main Street in Marlborough (next to the Masonic Hall). We will need people to cook and serve on Tuesday afternoon as well as clean up once we are done.
Thank you very much for your help and participation!
It's that time of year again. We are actively preparing for our largest annual fundraiser!
Visit our Greek Festival 2017 page for details
Everyone is encouraged to take part
in the fun and volunteer your time for the church.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Volunteer to Work at the Festival
We never have enough volunteers to fill all the roles at the Festival. Please sign up now with Alex Tsianatelis or Snady Fotiades to work at the Festival. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-789-7003 or email@example.com or 508-667-8326. Sign-up sheets to volunteer are also available at Sunday coffee hours.
Preparation of Food
Get your aprons and pastry brushes ready! The kitchen will be busy with food preparation before the festival. We need lots of help between now and the festival. Baking Schedule now available! Please click here for a printable baking schedule. Contact Betty Peltekis at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 508-361-9601 for more details.
Donate an Item for the Silent Auction
Do you have an interesting item of significant value for the Silent Auction? Please contact Martha Celli at 508-735-7240 or email@example.com for more information.
Buy or Sell an Ad in our Festival Program Book or Placemat
Thousands of attendees will see your ad. For more information, see our Program Book submission form here or contact Joyce Giotas at (508) 981-9660.
Donate an Item on our WISH LIST
We have a partial list of items that have been or will be purchased for the Festival. Please click here for the list. Please contact Nick Chacharone at 978-512-9777 or Jim Gakis at 617-513-2119 if you would like to donate a particular item. Maybe you'd like to donate an item?
Buy/Sell Raffle Tickets
First Prize is now $2,000! Please make every effort to sell your share! Contact Peter Chrisafideis at 508-320-9353 for tickets and for more information.
Festival Set-up (tents, tables, chairs, etc.)
Will begin at 9:00 AM on Friday, September 1st. We will be working all day to get everything organized. Please stop by to help, even if it is only for a few hours. There is much to do that day and we need lots of hands!
It is a place to purchase religious materials like bibles and books on our faith as well as gifts for children and friends.
The bookstore will be located in the Hellenic Hall after Liturgy on Sundays.
Please stop by!
Parish Council meetings for the month of August in preparation of the Greek Festival
• Monday, August 7th
• Monday, August 14th
• Monday, August 21st
• Monday, August 28th
All parishioners are welcome to attend a Parish Council Meeting.
Enosis - Philoptochos
No Summer meetings but please see Festival baking schedule on this page
Want to know what is happening on a National level?
Click here to view the
issue of Philanthropy Witness
Philoptochos Center of Philanthropy:
A Dream Come True
Click on the video for a virtual tour of our Philoptochos home.
Here are some things going on in the near future with the Orthodox church, local parishes, and worldwide events.
Metropolis of Boston Weekly Radio Program -
The Voice of Orthodoxy
Every Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m., a sermon on the day’s Gospel lesson is given by Rev. Protopresbyter Kyriakos Saravelas. The sermon is given in both Greek and English during the “Voice of Orthodoxy” program on the Greek Radio Station WNTN 1550 AM.
To access the recordings, click here
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