Greek School

Friday, January 5th - CANCELED


Blessing of the Waters


Epiphany ~ Liturgy & Great Blessing of the Waters

Saturday, January 6th, 10:00 AM



Epiphany ~ Great Blessing of the Waters

At Bolton Street Tavern on the shores of Fort Meadow Reservoir

A light reception in the restaurant will follow

Saturday, January 13th at noon

January Religious Education Workshops

Tuesday, January 23rd  at 7:00 PM

Father Greg will be hosting a class entitled

The Galations ” 

Family Night

Friday, January 26th at 6:45 PM

Details to follow

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 

The next Parish Council meeting will be 

Wednesday, January 10th at 7:00 PM


All parishioners are welcome to attend a Parish Council Meeting.

Enosis - Philoptochos

Annual Vasilopita to be hosted by the Enosis-Philoptochos on
Sunday, January 14th

Anyone wishing to make a Vasilopita bread or cake with a clean coin wrapped in foil should bring it to the kitchen before church. A special tray will also be passed on that day to benefit St. Basil’s Academy that provides a safe haven and home for Orthodox children. Checks should be made out to Enosis-Philoptochos. Your generosity is much appreciated!

Weather permitting, our January meeting will be held on

 Tuesday, January 16th at 7:00 PM

Want to know what is happening on a National level?

Click here to view the

November/December 2017

issue of Philanthropy Witness


Philoptochos Center of Philanthropy: 

A Dream Come True

Click on the video for a virtual tour of our Philoptochos home.



Dicoese &



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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