1 THE SOURCE May 2015 Issue #5-15 HOLY TRINITY GREEK ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL CAMP HILL, PA
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3 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 3 ΔΙΟΡΙΣΜΟΣ ΠΑΤΡΟΣ ΜΙΧΑΗΛ ΒΑΡΒΑΡΕΛΗ ΣΤΗΝ ΘΕΣΗ ΙΕΡΑΤΙΚΟΥ ΠΡΟΪΣΤΑΜΕΝΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΚΑΘΕΔΡΙΚΟΥ ΜΑΣ ΝΑΟΥ Σύμφωνα με γραπτή επικοινωνία του Σεβασμιωτάτου Μητροπολίτη Σάββα της περιφερειακής Ελληνορθοδόξου Ιεράς Μητροπόλεως Πιττσβούργου (Pittsburgh), με ημερομηνία 23 Απριλίου 2015, προς τον αξιότιμο Πρόεδρο του Διοικητικού Συμβουλίου της ενορίας μας Κο. Γεώργιο Σπανό, μας γνωστοποιείται ότι: Από την 1 η Ιουνίου 2015, διορίζεται ως Ιερατικός Προϊστάμενος του Ελληνορθοδόξου Καθεδρικού Ναού Αγίας Τριάδος ο Πατήρ Μιχαήλ Βαρβαρέλης. Ο Πατήρ Μιχαήλ έχει μακρά και διακεκριμένη σταδιοδρομία στην υπηρεσία της Ελληνορθοδόξου Εκκλησίας μας διαρκείας άνω των τριών δεκαετιών, η οποία συμπεριλαμβάνει θέσεις σε ενορίες της περιφερειακής μας Μητρόπολης όπως στο Canonsburg και Βηθλεέμ (Bethlehem). Η πιό πρόσφατη θέση του ήταν με τον Ελληνορθόδοξο Καθεδρικό Ναό εις Σάρλοττ (Charlotte), Βόρειο Καρολίνα (North Carolina), όπου υπηρέτησε με μεγάλη αγάπη και προσοχή προς το ποίμνιό του. Ο Πατήρ Μιχαήλ είναι αφοσιωμένος στην υπηρεσία του προς την ενορία μας ως αντιπρόσωπος του Σεβασμιωτάτου Μητροπολίτου Σάββα, και ο Σεβασμιώτατος εκφράζει την βεβαιότητά του ότι η ανάληψη των καθηκόντων από τον Πάτερ Μιχαήλ είναι προς ώφελος της ενορίας μας, καθώς και προς ώφελος των συνυπηρετούντων ιερέων όπως ο βοηθός ιερεύς Πατήρ Μάρκος Λιχτενστάϊν, και ο πρώην και λίαν αγαπημένος μας Ιερατικός μας Προϊστάμενος Πατήρ Αντώνιος Δημητρίου. Ο Σεβασμιώτατος Μητροπολίτης Σάββας επίσημα θα ευλογήσει τον διορισμό και την αρχή της θητείας του Πατρός Μιχαήλ στην ενορία και κοινότητά μας κατά την διάρκεια της επίσκεψής του στον Καθεδρικό μας Ναό την Κυριακή, 14 Ιουνίου Christ is risen! Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As you see in the Metropolitan s letter, Fr. George Daskalakis will be serving here a little while longer before leaving for his beloved home in Greece for the summer with his Presv. Evangelia. I hope you will take advantage of his brief stay with us to renew your acquaintance and absorb some of his wisdom and experience. Festival preparations are well under way, too. We will need a lot of volunteer effort to make the festival a success. It would be a big help to the festival organizers if you would sign up ahead of the festival for whatever time you can allocate. Thank-you. A few thoughts about Holy Unction: Traditionally, at least in the last 100 years or so, the Sacrament of Holy Unction has been offered as part of the afternoon/evening of Holy Wednesday. Historically, Holy Unction was done as needed by the community and was NOT part of Holy Week. This is reflected in how the altar Gospel book readings are arranged: The Holy Week Gospel readings are in one section immediately after Lent, and the Unction Gospel readings are in the section of Gospels for various occasions that don t fall on regularly specified days (like Weddings or Baptisms which are also scheduled as needed). (continued next page)
4 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 4 Unction can be offered at any time it is needed for the healing of the faithful. The letter of St. James 5:14 prescribes anointing by the clergy for the healing of the sick. Unction is not just for Holy Week. Unction is a sacrament (comparable to the Eucharist) that is available to any Orthodox Christian in good standing with the church at any time of need. Normally, Unction is distributed by the clergy, like the Eucharist. It is not something to be taken home and distributed by the laity. Having written this, I do not know how the highly irregular practice of giving out cotton swabs (Q-tips ) with Unction started. Maybe people did not know that we clergy are willing and eager to bring unction to the sick. Hopefully, now that we know better, we can go back to the tradition of the priest bringing Unction to the sick and not give out cotton swabs of Unction on Holy Wednesday. If you or someone you know should be anointed with the oil of Unction, please let the clergy know and we will be glad to bring it to you. +Fr. Mark PARISH ETIQUETTE Lipstick *Do not wear lipstick while taking Holy Communion, or when kissing the cross, an icon, the priest s or bishop s hand, or any sacred object. It is best not to wear it at all in the church, because of the damage it causes.
5 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 5 (A Parish under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, and the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh) The Source is a monthly publication issued 11 times annually (June/July is a combined issue) SUNDAY MORNING LITURGIES ORTHROS 8:45 a.m. DIVINE LITURGY 10:00 a.m. WEEKDAY MORNING SERVICES WHEN SCHEDULED ORTHROS 8:30 a.m. DIVINE LITURGY 9:30 a.m. Church Office Main Office: Fax: (717) Hours: 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday Friday Dana Fleisher-Silen, Church Secretary Priests Fr. George Daskalakis, Interim Cathedral Dean Cell: (412) Fr. Mark Lichtenstein, Assistant Priest Cell: (717) For scheduled appointments you may contact the priests at the Church office or by calling them directly on their cell phones. Please see monthly Source for additional community opportunities. OTHER STAFF Mary Wallenmeyer Financial Assistant to the Treasurer (717) Tom Paparoidamis Protopsalti (Cantor) (717) Tim Leland Maintenance (717) Meade Buff Buffington, Jr. Custodian (717)
6 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 6 PARISH MINISTRIES & OTHER ORGANIZATIONS Parish Council George Spanos, President Cell (717) Philoptochos Constance Dina Keriazes (717) Sunday School Thana Ward (717) Despina Aftosmes (717) Sunday School PTO Michael Ward (717) GOYA (Co-Presidents) Dean Pandelaras (717) Nicholas Pandelaras (717) HOPE & JOY Thana Ward (717) Greek School PTO Mantha Hershey (717) Olympic Flame Dancers Ann Ariano Co-Director (717) Olympic Flame Dancers Mantha Demopoulos, Co-Director (717) Greek School Dimitra Curley, Director (717) Choir Director Kathy Doulgeris (717) Choir Assistant Robert Moeller (717) Sts. Joachim & Anna Christ Zervanos (717) Ahepa Dimitri Zozos (717) Blood Bank Christ Megoulas (717) Dean Kokos (717) Neohoriton Society William Kotsalos (717) Hellenic Heritage Assoc. Alexander Vgontzas (717) Evrytanian Assoc. Velouchi, Tom Paparoidamis Chapter 18- Agios Taxiarhis (717) GOYA Basketball Directors David Graham (717) and Alexis Kierce (717) GRADUATION SUNDAY June 7 th, 2015 Holy Trinity Cathedral youth graduating from High School or College in May/June 2015 will be recognized at the conclusion of Divine Liturgy on Sunday, June 7. Anyone graduating from high school or college should submit the form below to the church office so that our youth may be recognized for having achieved this important milestone in their life. Name: Parents Names: School s Name: If graduating from college, degree obtained:
7 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 7 A NOTE FROM THE PARISH COUNCIL Dear Parishioners Xristos Anesti! Christ is Risen! First and foremost, I want to thank Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge and Presvytera Maria for their faithful and loving service to our community and offer our communities prayers and best wishes in the next steps of their ministry serving Christ. I d also like to welcome and thank Fr. George Daskalakis for assisting us during this time of transition. He has a unique gift for making each and every one of us feel loved and we are grateful for his presence. It s been a very busy time in our Parish Life. As we reflected in the April Parish Council meeting, it was amazing how many great things were going on: 25 th of March Celebration, including a ceremony at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Capitol Pre sanctified dinners during Lent Palm Sunday Loukoumades sale by our youth Holy Friday Retreat for our youth We celebrated Pascha and the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Festival Prep Pastitsio, Mousaka and Desserts Baking Two of our community members (Christina Stamos and Thana Ward) were honored at the St. Photios award banquet Work continues on our facility and we are making good progress replacing our HVAC system CPR Re certification and Blood Drive GOYA attendance at a tournament at St. Demetrios in Baltimore It takes ALL of us working together for a strong and vibrant community. Find something you love and give of your time to get involved. Yours in Christ. George J. Spanos Parish Council President MAY COFFEE HOUR Ettie Papoutsis, Mon Papoutsis, Cecelia Masney, Maggie Conrad MAY USHERS 5 Georgia Lucas & Tom Balafoutas 12 Michael Ward & John Mazias 19 Gus Giannaris & Jim Senos 26 Basil Papoutsis & Ernie Sparages BELOW IS ALL OK! MAY EPISTLE READERS 3 Sunday of the Paralytic Acts 9:32-42 Reader: Peter E. Aftosmes 10 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman Acts 11:19-30 Reader: George Spanos 17 Sunday of the Blind Man Acts 16:16-34 Reader: Dimitri Zozos 24 Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council Acts 20:16-18, Reader: Chrisoula Jennings 31 Holy Pentecost Acts 2:1-11 Reader: Peter A. Aftosmes
8 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 8 JUNE EPISTLE READERS 7 All Saints Hebrews 11:33-40; 12:1-2 Reader: Lona Mavros 14 2 nd Sunday of Matthew Romans 2:10-16 Reader: James Lloyd 21 3 rd Sunday of Matthew Romans 5:1-10 Reader: Peter A. Aftosmes 28 4 th Sunday of Matthew Romans 6:18-23 Reader: Ed Ward JULY EPISTLE READERS 5 5 th Sunday of Matthew Galatians 5:22-26; 6:1-2 Reader: Dean Kokos 12 6 th Sunday of Matthew Romans 12:6-14 Reader: Ann Ariano 19 Sunday of the Holy Fathers Titus 3:8-15 Reader: Robert Moeller 26 8th Sunday of Matthew Galatians 3:23-29; 4:1-5 Reader: Peter E. Aftosmes MEMORIALS/TRISAGIA ALTAR FLOWERS COFFEE HOUR *No May Memorials as of April 25, 2015 BAPTIZED INTO THE ORTHODOX FAITH On Saturday, April 4, the daughter of Matthew and Stephanie (Buzard) Angle was baptized and given the name Maya Florence by her godparent Alexandra Kingsley. On Sunday, April 19 th, the son of John and Sheena Masgalas was baptized and given the name Mihail by his godparent Georgia Rinaldi. All who have been baptized into Christ, have put on Christ Gal. 5:27 YOUTH MINISTRIES HOPE AND JOY and SUNDAY SCHOOL Christos Anesti! We give our thanks to the Lord for our successful Good Friday retreat for the children. We want to thank the parents that prepared our Lenten Meal and we want to greatly thank the teachers who worked with the children. May God bless you all! Don t forget that the Parish Festival in May is coming up and we can even use the helping hands of little people! Sunday School Classes Schedule for May May 3 & 10 Classes Memorial Day May 24 Attend Church Services May 31 Pentecost Attend Church Services June 7 will be Graduation/Scholarship Sunday. We request that all children attend church that day and sit up front with their classes. If you have any questions, please contact Thana Have a blessed month! VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL This year the date for VCS has been moved from August to June Please see sign up form in this issue of the Source. GOYA The teen group/goya of our parish will have a general meeting in the GOYA room the first Sunday of each month after church for the 2015 season. Please plan to attend.
9 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 9 PARISH MINISTRIES PHILOPTOCHOS Christ is Risen, Χριστος Ανεστη! Truly HE is Risen, Αληθος Ανεστη! Hope you were able to attend some of the many services of our beautiful Holy Week and Easter. We were sad to say goodbye to Fr. Kosta Petrogeorge, we wish him a blessed holy Easter and hope his sabbatical renews his spirit. We wish him well in the future. We were happy to have Fr. George Daskalakis help in the interim of a new priest grateful that Fr. Mark would have help, during the holiest of our holy days. We are busy getting the work for the festival done. Please see the schedule, enclosed. There is much to be done and we can use ALL the help we can get. Please check schedule time to help us during these next few weeks and of course, the day of the festival. Sam Kolokithas has posted the times we need help on the Gymnasium wall. Please sign up to help, especially the days of the festival. Also, we will again have a Yiayia s Attic, please donate your treasures to us for sale. Our next scheduled meeting will be Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 6:30 PM. Join us, so we can officially elect our new board members, and new officers. My term is coming to an end and I would like to thank my board members and all the members of our St. Catherine Philoptochos Society of Holy Trinity, for your support and love during my tenure. Support our 2 nd annual Name Day Celebration, May 31, Our meeting in June is combined with the Joachim and Anna Society is on Tuesday, June 2, Graduating High School Seniors, College Graduates, and Advanced Degrees, please submit your names to our secretary, Dana. We will be honoring all our graduates on Graduate Sunday, June 7, 2015, with a luncheon. Please join us as we celebrate your accomplishments. Kali Dinami kai Epitihia for our Festival. Sincerely with love, Constance Dina Keriazes NATIONAL AND METROPOLIS PHILOPTOCHOS SOCIETY NEWS National Philoptochos Board Meeting will be held May 6 & 7, 2015 in New York. Please consider donating to the St. Nicholas National Shrine project. STS. JOACHIM AND ANNA A meeting of the Saints Joachim and Anna Society was held at 11:00 am on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, in the Social Hall. The guest speaker was Thana Ward, who made a presentation on the Saint Nicholas National Shrine at Ground Zero in New York City. The next meeting of the Society will take place at 11:00 am on Thursday, May 7, 2015, in the Social Hall. A Greek film will be shown by Eleanor and Peter Capataides. Membership in the Saints Joachim and Anna Society is open to all parishioners age 55 and over. For more information about membership, contact Mary Touloumes at or Christ Zervanos at CHURCH LENDING LIBRARY The church library contains information about Orthodoxy and Greece for you and your children. If you would like to borrow a book, sign the blue notebook, fill in name, date and name of book and when you return it, be sure to list the date you are returning it by your original sign in. Also, some of the books haven't been returned to our library; please check your books and return Holy Trinity's books for the use of your fellow parishioners. Thank you. PARISH NEWS KOLIVA Please note that Koliva can be prepared for a cost of $ by either: Sofia Kaldes (717) Peggy Orosz (717)
10 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 10 Both ladies are always ready to assist. Please feel free hesitate to call them or the church office to request koliva for a memorial service. WALKWAY OF THE FAITHFUL If you want to include your family and loved ones in our unique WALKWAY of the FAITHFUL, you may purchase a brick in memory or in honor of a loved one. Simply obtain and complete a form in the office. Please contact Dimitri Zozos with any questions. (717) REMEMBER THE SICK, THE SUFFERING, THE AFFLICTED The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective (James 5.16) If you know of someone in a hospital who would like a visit, please call the clergy, or Georgia Lucas. Also, we hope to post names in the future of persons who have been particularly sick or who struggle with something or another so that the community can keep them in prayer. If you know of persons you are certain would like to have their names posted, then please forward their names to the Church secretary. SAVE THE DATE - MAY 31, 2015 Save the date May 31, 2015 for the Second Annual Name Day Celebration. Location - Hilton, Downtown Harrisburg. Dancing to Atlantis Band Price: Adults $60. 15yrs & under - $15. Look for your invitations in the mail in mid-april. After church through Sunday May 17 th, a table will be set up where you can make your reservation. Come and celebrate this event with your fellow parishioners. **Please note: Fr. Mark will be continuing the Abundant Life Bible Study on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. in the Church Library for the month of May. HOLY TRINITY BOOKS & GIFTS Hours: *Sunday, immediately following the Divine Liturgy *Tuesday, 11:00 am 1:00 pm Stop into Holy Trinity Books and Gifts for all your religious and spiritual needs. We are open every Sunday following the Divine Liturgy and Tuesday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. We will also be open during the Greek Festival. If you have any questions or special requests, or call Jim or Kiki Lloyd at (717) We also accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover for credit transactions.
11 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 11 AHEPA CHAPTER #64 The following individuals were recently certified and re-certified by the American Heart Association (AHA) National Standards in CPR/AED. These individuals are all qualified to provide CPR/AED assistance in the event of a medical emergency in our cathedral. Despina Aftosmes, Robert Bowersox, Dimitra Curley, Maria Curley, Kathy Doulgeris, John Doulgeris, Dana Fleisher-Silen, Everette Hamilton, Dean Kokos, Christ Megoulas, Robert Moeller, Konstantine Pappas, Bill Paterekas, Nick Spanos, Nick Theofanis, William Wallenmeyer, and Mary Wallenmeyer. We also would like to thank the following individuals for participating in our 1st parish Blood Drive of the year held on Sunday, April 5 and providing the "Gift of Life". Nicholas J Spanos, Otto Wallenmeyer, Mary Wallenmeyer, William Wallenmeyer, Konstantine Pappas, David Graham, John Harbilas, George Spanos, Brett Ernst, Sam Kolokithas, Maria Theodoratos, Robert Bowersox, Charles Hall, Timothy Anneski, Albert Orosz, John L Batzer Jr., Bill Paterekas, Nichole Kambesis, Christ Kambesis, Samuel Kambesis, and John Kotsalos. Christ Megoulas EMT-P, ACLS, AED Program Chairman
12 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 12 MAY LITURGICAL SCHEDULE SUNDAY MORNINGS Orthros 8:45am; Divine Liturgy 10:00am Sunday May 3 rd Divine Liturgy (Sunday of the Paralytic) 8:45am Orthros, 10:00am Divine Liturgy ***Parish Assembly Meeting immediately following the services*** Wednesday, May 6 th Mid-Pentecost: Join us for a Pan-Orthodox Liturgy at St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church, 601 S. Harrisburg St., Oberlin/Steelton Friday, May 8 th St John the Theologian & Arsenios the Great (Apostle & Evangelist) 8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy Sunday, May 10 th Divine Liturgy (Sunday of the Samaritan Woman) 8:45am Orthros, 10:00am Divine Liturgy. Sunday, May 17 th Divine Liturgy (Sunday of the Blind Man) 8:15am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy. Also effective this Sunday, May 17th (the Sunday of our Festival), we will begin our Summer Hours: Sunday Orthros will begin at 8:15, followed by Divine Liturgy at 9:30. These hours will continue until the season of new Ecclesiastical year in September. Thursday, May 21 st Sts. Constantine & Helen and Holy Ascension *8:30am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy Sunday, May 24 th Divine Liturgy (Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council) 8:15am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy. Saturday, May 30 th Saturday of Souls Divine Liturgy 8:30 a.m. Orthros, 9:30 a.m. Sunday, May 31 st Divine Liturgy (Holy Pentecost) 8:15am Orthros, 9:30am Divine Liturgy. Kneeling Prayers follow immediately after Liturgy before dismissal.
13 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 13 STEWARDSHIP May 2015 Total 2015 Stewardship Cards Received 258 Total 2015 Stewardship Commitment Pledged $171,731 Total 2015 Stewardship Received Year-to-date $75,856 Data as of 4/13/2015* *Note does not include all results from Pascha weekend Dear Fellow Steward, Xristos Anesti! Christ is Risen Your Church needs you! We need your presence at our services and in the sacramental life of the church We need your help with our various ministries and programs We need your help at our Festival, remembering that our Festival is NOT just 3 days in May. and yes, your Church needs your Financial support. In the chart I prepare each month, if you took 2007 as a beginning and grew stewardship by just 3% per year, we would be over $300,000 annually ended at $221,827 which is almost $40,000 BELOW our 2007 level. We can do better. If 500 families participate at an average of $100/month, we would be 100% selfsufficient. Imagine what we could do for God s Glory if 100% of our Festival proceeds could go to ministries, charities, endowments and other needs. I look forward to seeing you at our Festival. Bring a fellow parishioner with you to help! Yours in Christ, George J. Spanos Stewardship Chairman
14 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 14 Pan Orthodox Vacation Church School at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral June 15 th 19 th, 2015 (Please note VCS date has changed to June instead of August this year) Theme: Jesus s Early Life in Nazareth Time: 5:45 p.m. 8:00 p.m. A donation of $7 (or more) per child will be greatly appreciated For children ages 4 years to 12 years (6 th grade) **Worship, Lesson, Crafts, Music & Games Lenten Meal served promptly at 6:00 p.m. **You may pick up your children at 8:00 p.m. **Please complete the registration form below and return it by Monday, June 1 st CUT Include my child(ren) in the Vacation Church School 2015 on June 15 th 19 th Enclosed is our donation of $ PAYABLE TO: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral VCS Mail to: 1000 Yverdon Drive, Camp Hill PA Parent s Name: Phone Number: Emergency Contact: Phone Number: Food allergies or other medical conditions we should be aware of: Yes, I would like to help in this way: Kitchen Classroom Other 1. CHILD S NAME (baptismal) AGE & GRADE (As of Sept. 2015)
15 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page FESTIVAL PHILOPTOCHOS BAKING SCHEDULE MAY th Tuesday Baklava 6 th Wednesday Baklava 11 th Monday Karidopita & Kataifi with crema (cupping) 12 th Tuesday Kataifi with crema (cupping and boxing) 13 th Wednesday Kataifi with crema (cupping and boxing) 13 th Wednesday Souvlaki Preparations 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 14 th Thursday Set up 15 th, 16 th, 17 th Greek Festival St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival On Saturday March 21 st Rea Chroneos and Peter Ariano represented our Parish at the District Oratorical Festival in Stroudsburg. They competed against Junior Division Parish Finalists from the Eastern Region of our Metropolis. Rea was selected as one of the two District Finalists who will advance to the Metropolis Regional Festival on April 25 th in Pittsburgh. Congratulations and Good Luck Rea!
16 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 16 MAY GREEK FESTIVAL HELP May , 2015 As all of you know our annual Greek Festival is the largest fundraising activity for our Church and requires a lot of work from many parishioners. Presently, almost 50% of our Church s annual budget income comes from the Festival. The need is clear, everyone who can must get involved and share the burden in order for this annual undertaking of our community to succeed. To ensure we have enough help, we would like to have firm commitments (3, 6 or 12 hours) from as many parishioners as possible for the assignment of various work tasks during the 3 festival days. SIGN UP ONLINE AT greek Please check the stands (work tasks) and circle the times you would like to help during the festival days, include your name/telephone/ and someone will contact you. Please your information to or drop off this form to the Church office. INSIDE STANDS: OUTSIDE STANDS: Name: A la Carte Stand Gyro Stand Bookstore Saganaki Stand Clean Tables/Empty Calamari Phone: Trash Soft Drinks Frozen Food/Rice Ice Cream/Baklava Pudding Sundaes Greek Coffee Souvlaki Stand Greek Grocery Store Circle the time(s) you are available to Loukoumades Pastries volunteer for the Festival. Outside Pastries KITCHEN Kitchen/prep/cooking Kitchen/serving Greek Salads LOGISTICS/SUPPORT: Greeters Soft Drinks Parking Clean up after Festival Finance/Cash Friday (5/15/15): Saturday (5/16/15): 10:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 8:00 pm 10:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 8:00 pm Sunday (5/17/15): 10:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 5:00 pm
17 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 17 FESTIVAL COMMITTEES and CHAIRPERSONS: Ad Sales & Placemats Vicki Kauffman & Dimitri Zozos A la Carte Stand OPEN Book Store Jim & Kiki Lloyd Busing Tables Anthony Ariano & Boy Scout Troop Calamari Stand Tom & Athena Balafoutas Clean Up & Tear Down Chris Petsinis & Basil Papoutsis Decorations & Set Up Nick Theofanis Finance Bob Moeller & John Doulgeris Food & Supplies Sam Kolokithas Greek Grocery Hao & Vasiliki Truong Greek Coffee Helen Tzanis & Anthoula Sakelaris Gyro Stand Chris Pandelaras & Ernie Sparages Ice Cream & Sundaes George & Tessie Mallios Kitchen Operations Nick Mallios Loukoumades Evdokia Mallios Marketplace Vendors Penny Matangos Moussaka & Pastitsio Nick Mallios Olympic Flame Dancers Ann Ariano & Mantha Demopoulos Parking Nick Theofanis Pastries (Inside) Christina Stamos & Thana Ward Pastries (Outside) Dimitri Zozos Public Relations Dimitri Zozos & Sam Kolokithas Saganaki Stand George Spanos & Rob Bowersox Salads Theodora Hench Signage Basil Papoutsis Sodas & Waters Jimmy Senos Souvlaki Preparation Al Alex Souvlaki Stand Arthur Kouvelis & Tim Panagos Spanakopitas & Tiropitas Kathy & John Doulgeris Tent & Oustide Setup Dimitri Zozos Tickets (Dinners) John Peslis T-Shirts Dimitri Zozos & Sam Kolokithas Trash & Recycling Anthony Ariano & Boy Scout Troop Welcome Stand Peter Capataides PREPARATIONS: (We begin at 9:00am and hope to finish by early afternoon) Food and pastry preparations have been started and the turnout has been outstanding. Baking in April and early May will be as follows: Moussaka Sunday, April 19 th Kourambiedes Tuesday, April 21 st Finikia Tuesday, April 28 th Calamari Wednesday, April 29th & Thursday, April 30 th (2PM 8PM ONLY) Baklava Tuesday, May 5 th & Wednesday, May 6 th Everyone is welcome and we encourage you to come help both now, during and after the festival. REMIND YOUR FRIENDS: Pick up menus and flyers at Church to hand out. Check us out at: or FESTIVAL HELP: Please call the church office or contact the appropriate committee chairperson to offer your service. We need you now and we need you during the three days of the Festival, May 15, 16 and 17, Thank You for all of your help. The 2015 Festival Committee
18 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 18 HOLY WEEK DONATIONS We would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to all those individuals who contributed towards making Holy Week a spiritually uplifting experience. We thank all of the ushers, the chanters, the readers, the singers, the altar attendants, and those who assisted with the making of the palm crosses, decorating the Epitaphio, and preparing the floral decorations for the Cathedral for Holy Week and Pascha. Many thanks also to those who faithfully attended the Holy Week services. May the Resurrected Lord bless each and every one of you and grant you His peace. We also thank the following individuals for donating items needed for our Lenten, Holy Week, and Paschal Services: Great Lent Incense, Charcoal, Salutations to the Theotokos flowers For the health of family, donated by Eftihia & Eric Hughes Annunciation Flowers For The Icon In memory of our beloved Yiayia Evangelia Mazias, donated by Michael-Gabriel and Thomas Mazias In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Costas Costopoulos, donated by Bill & Jill Costopoulos For the health of the Georgia Mavros family, donated by Georgia Mavros Palm Sunday Holy Monday Holy Tuesday Palms & Vaia, Flower Arrangement for the Icon of the Nymphios In memory of Charles & Mary Kollas, Katherine Kollas-Demetris, Tom & Clara Kanganis, Dr. Thomas Lois, Principessa, Katherine Costopoulos, and for the health of all mankind Holy Wednesday Olive Oil, Cotton Swabs, Cotton Balls For the health of family, donated by John Veres family Holy Wednesday Afternoon Unction Service In memory of my parents, Mr. & Mrs. Sam Touloumes and my husband Ron J. Nye, and for the health of family, donated by Mrs. Joanne S. Nye For the health of our sons Michael-Gabriel and Thomas Mazias, donated by Athan & Angie Mazias For the health of the Georgia Mavros family, donated by Georgia Mavros For the health of our family, donated by Theodore, Kalliopi, & Maria Balafoutas In memory of Nick Lias and Katina, and for the health of family, donated by Anne Lias Holy Wednesday Evening Unction Service In memory of John and Elma Pandelios, donated by George & Judy Pandelios
19 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 19 Holy Thursday Crucifixion Wreath 12 Candles for the Twelve Gospel Readings In memory of our grandparents and for the health of the Shay Family and Pappas Family, donated by Daniel & Anastasia Shay In memory of our parents: Costas & Catherine Costopoulos and Konstandinos & Georgia Zembekis, donated by James & Maria Costopoulos In memory of Constantine, Dimitra and Smyra Gekas, donated by Valerie & Jim Caggiano In memory of husband John, and for the health of family, donated by Evangelia Spanos In memory of John, Marica, George and Florence, donated by Adrienne Belehas-Pappas and family In memory of Abeba & Tewolde family, and for the health of Tzeggai & family, donated by Yemane Tzeggai In memory of Tim Mavros and Nick Mavros, donated by Georgia Mavros Holy Friday Rose Water In memory of Constantinos (Charlie) Mallios and Demetra Alex, donated by Michael & Christina Ward For the health of family, donated by Hrisoula Tambasis In memory of Agathi & Kosta, Vasiliki & George, Vasiliki, and for the health of George, Georgia, Tom, Jim, Dixxie, and Cathy, donated by the Savolidis Family In memory of Mikey Buzard, donated by Mr. & Mrs. Mike Rougas Holy Friday White Linen to Cover the Body of Christ For the health of family and friends, donated by Mr. & Mrs. John V. Zahos Holy Friday Cross for the Epitaphio In memory of Christ & Helen Gekas, donated by Christ & Lisa Gekas In memory of Paul Kokos, past president, donated by Dean & Amy Kokos For the health of our family, donated by Nick Nicholas In memory of Harry Touloumes, donated by Mary Touloumes & family In memory of our grandparents and for the health of the Shay Family and Pappas Family, donated by Daniel & Anastasia Shay For the health of family, donated by John & Angela Karagiannis In memory of Ted Hampilos and our parents, and for the health of the Hampilos and Wood families, donated by Gloria Hampilos In memory of Petros & Dimitra Nikolaidis, donated by daughters Diane Vergos & Joan Nikolaidis and granddaughter Madelyn Vergos In memory of Janet, Marie, and Nick, donated by Adrienne Belehas-Pappas and family
20 THE SOURCE MAY 2015 Page 20 Holy Friday Flowers for Epitaphio For the health of family, donated by Vicki Kotsalos For the health of family, donated by Pete Kolokithas In memory of Peter G. & Antigone A. Wood donated by their children and grandchildren For the health of family, donated by James & Angeliki Lloyd For the health of our family and in memory of my husband Constantine, donated by Pelagia Sideras For the health of family, donated by Nick Karagiannis In memory of Mikey Buzard, donated by Todd & Janie Buzard In memory of parents and grandparents, and for the health of our family, donated by Mr. & Mrs. Athanasios Panagos In memory of Stella Jatras, Jeffrey Jatras, and for the health of August Jatras, donated by George Jatras In memory of Nickolas L& Anna Harmantzis, and for the health of family and friends, donated by Maria Halkias Holy Friday 36 Easter Lilies In memory of parents Gust & Bessie Psychos, sister Beatrice and brother William, and for the health of nephew William Keplar, donated by Constance Psychos In memory of our father and Papou, George P. Loukopoulos by Perry, LeeAnn, Theodora, & Sophia Loukopoulos In memory of Helen Umberger and Pauline Baker by Perry, LeeAnn, Theodora and Sophia Loukopoulos In memory of Sophie and George Alexis, donated by Joanne Alexis For the health of family, donated by James & Maria Costopoulos Resurrection Icon For the health of the extended Nicholas family, donated by Steve, Pat, & Christina Nicholas In memory of Paul L. Kokos, donated by Georgia Kokos 2 Resurrection Candles for the Priests In loving memory of husbands/fathers Constantine and John, donated by Adrienne Belehas- Pappas and family Altar Flowers For the health of family, donated by the Joseph Singer Family For the health of daughters Eleni & Julia Cotsarelis, donated by Nick & Georgia Cotsarelis In memory of Michel Azar, and for the health of Elias Dimitri Azar, donated by Elie & Marlen Azar Christ is Risen! - Truly He is Risen! Χριστός Ανέστη! - Αληθώς Ανέστη!
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