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"Welcome one another, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." 

(Romans 15:7)

We welcome you in the name of the Lord and we are pleased to introduce you to the worship, ministries and fellowship of our parish. Whether you are considering membership or you are already a member, we are glad you are with us and we are looking forward growing together in Christ!


 

Fr. Gregory's Message

May 2019 

 


Sunday Services 

Winter Hours (September 15 - June 30)

Orthros (Matins): 8:45 AM

Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM

 


Weekday Services: 

We celebrate most of the Dominical Feasts for our Lord Jesus Christ and the feasts for the All-Holy Mother of God (Panagia Theotokos) on weekdays. Same is true for most feasts of major saints.

Also on Wednesday evenings, during most of the year, our church offers an evening Supplication Service (Paraklesis) to the Mother of God. The feasts above together with the Supplication Service are blessed reasons to come to church for a spiritual uplifting on a day other than Sunday.

Details for our weekday services are on our monthly calendar 


Upcoming Events:

This Memorial Weekend, please join us:

  • Sunday, May 26th at 6:00 PM, at the Puritan Conference Center (245 Hooksett Road, Manchester NH), for our 12th ANNUAL SPRING DANCE! It will be an evening filled with good food, fun, fellowship, door prizes and lots of dancing! Due to limited seating capacity, we cannot guarantee that additional tickets will be available at the door. Please reserve your tickets by May 12th, by calling our Church Office (623-2045), or Penny Papastathis (512-0996), or Martha Folopoulos (540-0085). See you all there!
  • Monday, May 27th, at Pine Groves Cemetery for two memorial services for our departed family members and friends. The first service will be at 7:30 AM and the second at 9:00 AM. May our Lord rest their souls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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