1 THE ARK-Η ΚΙΒΩΤΟΣ Monthly Bulletin of the Assumption of Our Most Holy Theotokos Greek Orthodox Church Manchester, NH Μηνιαίο Γεληίο ηηρ Δλληνικήρ Οπθόδοξηρ Δκκληζίαρ ηηρ Κοιμήζευρ ηηρ Θεοηόκος Manchester, NH January/Ιανοσάριος 2012 Volume 7, Issue 1 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Monthly Calendar (Greek) 2 Ministries List 3 Parish News 4 Stewardship 5 Spiritual Readings 6 Philoptochos News 7 Youth News 9 Monthly Calendar (English) 11 Due Date for February Bulletin: Friday, January 20th Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Οι Τρεις Ιεράρχες - The Three Hierarchs Οι ηπειρ Ιεπάπσερ, Άγιοι Πποζηάηερ ηηρ Παιδείαρ και ηυν Γπαμμάηυν, γιοπηάζοςν ζηιρ 30 Ιανοςαπίος. Την εοπηή ηυν Τπιών Ιεπαπσών καθιέπυζε ο Αλέξιορ Κομνηνόρ ηο 1100 μχ, αθενόρ για να ηιμηθούν οι ηπειρ μεγάλοι Άγιοι ηηρ Δκκληζίαρ μαρ κι αθεηέπος για να ζηαμαηήζοςν οι διαμάσερ και θιλονικίερ μεηαξύ ηυν πιζηών ζσεηικά με ηο ποιορ από ηοςρ ηπειρ Αγίοςρ, Άγιορ Βαζίλειορ ο Μέγαρ, Άγιορ Ιυάννηρ ο Χπςζηόζηομορ, Άγιορ Γπηγόπιορ ο Θεολόγορ, είναι ο πιο ζποςδαίορ και ο πιο μεγάλορ. Οι πιζηοί συπίζηηκαν ζε ομάδερ, ανάλογα με ποιον Άγιο θευπούζαν πιο ζημανηικό. Έξι αιώνερ απγόηεπα, ηο 1826 μχ ο Γημήηπιορ Φπειδεπίκορ Γκίλθοπνη, ιδπςηήρ ηηρ Ιονίος Ακαδημίαρ, και ο Κυνζηανηίνορ Τςπάλδορ καθιέπυζαν ηην ημέπα ηηρ εοπηήρ ηυν Τπιών Ιεπαπσών υρ ημέπα αθιεπυμένη ζηην Δλληνική και Δπηανηζιακή Παιδεία. Γεκαέξι σπόνια απγόηεπα, ηο 1842 μχ ηο πανεπιζηήμιο Αθηνών καθιέπυζε για όλη ηην ελεύθεπη Δλλάδα ηην εοπηή ηυν Τπιών Ιεπαπσών υρ ημέπα αθιεπυμένη ζηην Παιδεία και ζηα Γπάμμαηα. Από ηόηε υρ ζήμεπα, οι Τπειρ Ιεπάπσερ θευπούνηαι πποζηάηερ ηυν μαθηηών, ηυν θοιηηηών και ηυν ζποςδαζόνηυν εν γένει, και η μέπα εοπηή ηοςρ είναι ζσολική απγία. Τέλορ να ζημειώζοςμε όηι ηην Θεία Λειηοςπγία πος ηελείηαι ηην ημέπα ηυν Τπιών Ιεπαπσών έγπατε ο επίζκοπορ Ιυάννηρ ο Δςσαΐηυν (γνυζηόρ και υρ Ιυάννηρ Μελανόποςρ ή Μαςπόποςρ), ζύγσπονορ ηος Αλεξίος Κομνηνού. 111 Island Pond Road, Manchester, NH Phone: Fax: Join us on Facebook Youth Christmas Pageant - December 18, 2011
3 P a g e 3 President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: Fr. Rev. Athanasios Nenes (603) Parish Council 2011 Arthur Bakolas Dimitris Meimetis Costas Georgopoulos Ted Rokas Coordinator: YOUTH MINISTRIES Stephanie Piet GOYA Advisors: Liz Folopoulos Assistant: Ranya Karatzoulidis JOY Advisors: Carol Georgopoulos Julie Karagianis Stephanie Piet Phyllis Brown Dean Kacos Tasos Karatzoulidis Peter Lazos Charles Mardanes Vasilios Palaskas Louie Pliakos Mike Rokas Mommy & Me: Nicole Condodemetraky PARISH SCHOOLS Philoptochos Board ( ) Director: Sunday School Ranya Karatzoulidis President: 1st Vice President: Recording Secretary: Corresponding Secretary: Treasurer: Assistant Treasurer: Nancy Mardanes Areti Galanis Andrea Moutsioulis Martha Galanis Esther Kereakoglow Lucie Skouteris Director: Teacher: Greek School George Kitsis Sophia Asymianaki Newsletter Staff Tasos Karatzoulidis Iris Belinsky Phyllis Brown Maria Chronas Anastasia Galanis Georgia Gancarz Mariana Gasis Evangelia Gregorious Artemis Lazos Georgia Palaskas Editors: Fr. Athanasios Nenes Sophia Annas Arthur Bakolas Stavroula Bakolas Costa Georgopoulos Ellen Healy Janet Malin Nancy Mardanes Stephanie Piet Staff Secretary: Custodian: Chanter: Janet Malin Paul Tsolakidis Vasilios Rokas ADDRESS CHANGES Please notify the Church Office if you are moving so we may update our database. Thank You. Office Hours for Fr. Athanasios Nenes: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Any other time or day with appointment Pastoral Home Visitation If a loved one is in the hospital, or in a nursing home, or is house-bound due to illness, please feel free to contact Fr. Athanasios Nenes at the Church Office to arrange for a visit.
4 P a g e 4 PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS Parish Council Elections Congratulations to the elected Parish Council Members for the 2-year term The Parish Council Members elected are as follows: Jim Folopoulos Peter Lazos Vasilios Palaskas Nicholas Karagianis Charlie Mardanes Louie Pliakos On Sunday, January 8th, 2012 we will have the swearing in of the new parish council. GTM Raffle a Great success THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2011 George Tzimopoulos Memorial Raffle. The support and assistance of so many people helped make this event a great success. All 200 tickets were sold which raised over $10, for our parish. Raffle winners that were not present have been notified by phone. THANK YOU TO ALL! Sanctification of Homes after Theophany If you would like Father Athanasios to perform the sanctification ceremony for your home, please contact the church office at # and provide your name, address and telephone number. Job Opportunity for a Piano Player. We are looking for a piano player to lead our Choir each week. The applicant does not have to have experience with Byzantine music, although it would be preferred. For more information, please contact the church office at Personal Note of Thanks I would like to thank everyone who participated and assisted with all the wonderful December festivities held at our church! The Holiday Church Services, Philoptochos and Youth Ministry Christmas Celebrations, the GTM Raffle and other fund raising efforts, as well as the Food collection for New Horizon's could not have been the great success they were without the combined effort of Father Athanasios, the chanter, the choir, the Philoptochos, the Youth Ministry Programs and the Parish Council members. Thank you all, from the eldest to the youngest, for contributing, in your own way, to the true Spirit of the Season. I am grateful that many of us took the opportunities during this special Christmas season to gather not only with our individual family members, but with our parish family - to prepare and celebrate the Birth of our Lord, Jesus. Let us continue to celebrate together throughout the New Year! May your Christmas Celebration have been a joyous one. I wish you and your families Good Health and Blessing throughout the New Year! Arthur Bakolas, Parish Council President Additional Thanks An additional note of Thanks to Pat Halvatzes, who is our bingo treasurer. She is doing an outstanding job, THANK YOU, Pat! NOVEMBER DONATIONS Memorial Donations In memory of Connie Batalis $25.00 In memory of James Franggos - $25.00 In memory of Julia Pournaras - $25.00 In memory of Ricardo DeRossi - $55.00 In memory of William McMillan - $ th Annivesary - $ Other Donations Mr. & Mrs. Milton Kalampalikis - $20.00
5 P a g e 5 STEWARDSHIP REPORT THROUGH NOVEMBER 2011 FAMILIES PLEDGED IN 2011: 209 TOTAL STEWARDSHIP PLEDGES TO DATE: $60, (20% OF $310,000 ANNUAL BUDGET) TOTAL STEWARDSHIP RECEIVED: $58, (19% OF ANNUAL BUDGET) PLEDGES RECEIVED FOR NOVEMBER Amerisa Baryiames Odysseus Gabardina Elizabeth Gregory Brenda McMillan Mr. & Mrs. Athanasios Moutsioulis Evangeline Wilder Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Xintaras Mr. & Mrs.Thomas Xintaras Anastasia Zisis Mr. & Mrs. Kostas Zisis Dear Parishioners, With humble pride, we call out to all to "Abide in Him". In this year 2012, let us all be inspired by the Holy Spirit among us, and we prayerfully ask that you consider your personal offering of time, talent and treasure to help us continue to grow our ministries. This year, we are introducing two new ministries, the Health & Wellness Ministry and the Youth Choir. The Health Ministry will promote the wellbeing of our parishioners through "Parish Walks", Blood Drives in conjunction with the Red Cross, monthly blood pressure monitoring, speeches for current health issues by doctors and knowledgeable people and other events. The Youth Choir/ Children Music Education will introduce the children and young adults of our church to the music that is used in the Eastern Orthodox Church. Our hope is to create a small group that could perform during celebratory events and assist the Adult Choir of our church. The Assumption Community needs your involvement, engagement and participation in the various ministries and services. Financial Stewardship supports the ministries of our Church, and we appreciate your support of your spiritual home. Currently, with the number of stewards our Parish has, we raise through stewardship, only 20% of the total expenses needed to run the ministries and day-to-day operations of our Parish. There is a tremendous amount of pressure put forth on the community to raise the other 80% needed, which is done in a variety of ways. Increasing the amounts raised through stewardship, would allow the parish to utilize the Greekfest and other major fundraising resources towards expanded philanthropic efforts, such as community outreach and expansion of our church community. We are hopeful with an increase of stewards, as well as with the financial support of the entire community, that someday the entire expenses of the church will be paid through the stewardship program. We know that this will take time and effort. It is with this in mind, that we have set a target goal of raising $85,000 or approximately 30% of the anticipated expenditures for In addition, our goal this year is to reach 100% participation of all the stewards of our church! We kindly ask that you please make every effort to help us reach our goals. Together, we can accomplish great things to benefit our beloved Assumption Church. Remember no amount is too small, what Is important is that you pledge. Submitting your pledge card to the Church as soon as possible, will allow the Parish Council to plan the Church's annual and month to month commitments more appropriately. You can submit your card by mail, dropping it off at the Church office or giving it to the Parish Council Treasurer on any Sunday. Finally and most important, we hope and pray that you will participate as fully as you can in the ministries and Divine services at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church. With all the grace and love of our creator, Who is the source of goodness for us all, we remain, In Christ, Fr. Rev. Athanasios Nenes STEWARDSHIP The Stewardship Committee 2012 Stewardship goal: $85,000 Reminder!! Please do not forget to submit your 2012 Stewardship Pledge Card Stewardship is the greatest source of income for our Church. Thank you!
6 P a g e 6 SPIRITUAL READINGS Athanasios & Cyril, Patriarchs of Alexandria In the half-century after the First Ecumenical Council held in Nicea in 325, if there was one man whom the Arians feared and hated more intensely than any other, as being able to lay bare the whole error of their teaching, and to marshal, even from exile or hiding, the beleaguered forces of the Orthodox, it was Saint Athanasios the Great. This blazing lamp of Orthodoxy, which imperial power and heretics' plots could not quench when he shone upon the lampstand, nor find when he was hidden by the people and monks of Egypt, was born in Alexandria about the year 296. He received an excellent training in Greek letters and especially in the sacred Scriptures, of which he shows an exceptional knowledge in his writings. Even as a young man he had a remarkable depth of theological understanding; he was only about twenty years old when he wrote his treatise "On the Incarnation." Saint Alexander, the Archbishop of Alexandria, brought him up in piety, ordained him his deacon, and after deposing Arius for his blasphemy against the Divinity of the Son of God, took Athanasios to the First Council in Nicea in 325. Saint Athanasios was to spend the remainder of his life laboring in defense of this Holy Council. In 326, before his death, Alexander appointed Athanasios his successor. In 325, Arius had been condemned by the Council of Nicea; yet through his hypocritical confession of Orthodox belief, Saint Constantine the Great was persuaded by Arius's supporters that he should be received back into the communion of the Church. But Athanasios, knowing well the perverseness of his mind, and the disease of heresy lurking in his heart, refused communion with Arius. The heresiarch's followers then began framing false charges against Athanasios. Finally Saint Constantine the Great, misled by grave charges of the Saint's misconduct (which were completely false), had him exiled to Tiberius (Treves) in Gaul in 336. When Saint Constantine was succeeded by his three sons Constantine II, Constans, and Constantius, in 337, Saint Athanasios returned to Alexandria in triumph. But his enemies found an ally in Constantius, Emperor of the East, and he spent a second exile in Rome. It was ended when Constans prevailed with threats upon his brother Constantius to restore Athanasios (see also Nov. 6). For ten years Saint Athanasios strengthened Orthodoxy throughout Egypt, visiting the whole country and encouraging all: clergy, monastics, and lay folk, being loved by all as a father. After Constans's death in 350, Constantius became sole Emperor, and Athanasios was again in danger. On the evening of February 8, 356, General Syrianus with more than five thousand soldiers surrounded the church in which Athanasios was serving, and broke open the doors. Athanasios's clergy begged him to leave, but the good shepherd commanded that all the flock should withdraw first; and only when he was assured of their safety, he also, protected by divine grace, passed through the midst of the soldiers and disappeared into the deserts of Egypt, where for some six years he eluded the soldiers and spies sent after him. When Julian the Apostate succeeded Constantius in 361, Athanasios returned again, but only for a few months. Because Athanasios had converted many pagans, and the priests of the idols in Egypt wrote to Julian that if Athanasios remained, idolatry would perish in Egypt, the heathen Emperor ordered not Athanasios's exile, but his death. Athanasios took a ship up the Nile. When he learned that his imperial pursuers were following him, he had his men turn back, and as his boat passed that of his pursuers, they asked him if he had seen Athanasios. "He is not far," he answered. After returning to Alexandria for a while, he fled again to the Thebaid until Julian's death in 363. Saint Athanasios suffered his fifth and last exile under Valens in 365, which only lasted four months because Valens, fearing a sedition among the Egyptians for their beloved Archbishop, revoked his edict in February, 366. The great Athanasios passed the remaining seven years of his life in peace. Of his fifty-seven years as Patriarch, he had spent some seventeen in exiles. Shining from the height of his throne like a radiant evening star, and enlightening the Orthodox with the brilliance of his words for yet a little while, this much-suffering champion inclined toward the sunset of his life, and in the year 373 took his rest from his lengthy sufferings, but not before another luminary of the truth -- Basil the Great -- had risen in the East, being consecrated Archbishop of Caesarea in 370. Besides all of his other achievements, Saint Athanasios wrote the life of Saint Anthony the Great, with whom he spent time in his youth; ordained Saint Frumentius first Bishop of Ethiopia; and in his Paschal Encyclical for the year 367 set forth the books of the Old and New Testaments accepted by the Church as canonical. Saint Gregory the Theologian, in his "Oration On the Great Athanasios", said that he was "Angelic in appearance, more angelic in mind;... rebuking with the tenderness of a father, praising with the dignity of a ruler... Everything was harmonious, as an air upon a single lyre, and in the same key; his life, his teaching, his struggles, his dangers, his return, and his conduct after his return... he treated so mildly and gently those who had injured him, that even they themselves, if I may say so, did not find his restoration distasteful." Saint Cyril was also from Alexandria, born about the year 376. He was the nephew of Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria, who also instructed the Saint in his youth. Having first spent much time with the monks in Nitria, he later became the successor to his uncle's throne in 412. In 429, when Cyril heard tidings of the teachings of the new Patriarch of Constantinople, Nestorius, he began attempting through private letters to bring Nestorius to renounce his heretical teaching about the Incarnation. When the heresiarch did not repent, Saint Cyril, together with Pope Celestine of Rome, led the Orthodox opposition to his error. Saint Cyril presided over the Third Ecumenical Council of the 200 Holy Fathers in the year 431, who gathered in Ephesus under Saint Theodosius the Younger. At this Council, by his most wise words, he put to shame and convicted the impious doctrine of Nestorius, who, although he was in town, refused to appear before Cyril. Saint Cyril, besides overthrowing the error of Nestorius, has left to the Church full commentaries on the Gospels of Luke and John. Having shepherded the Church of Christ for thirtytwo years, he reposed in 444.
7 P a g e 7 PHILOPTOCHOS NEWS Coffee Hours Please contact a Philoptochos Board member or the church office if you would like to sponsor a coffee hour. If you have a special date in mind, please reserve it early. The next Board Meeting of the Philoptochos Society "Soteria" will be held on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 7:00pm Philoptochos Christmas Party December 4th, 2011
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9 P a g e 9 YOUTH NEWS Christmas Pageant and Holiday Celebration THANK YOU TO ALL! Thank you to everyone who assisted with and participated in this Year s Youth Ministries Christmas Pageant and Holiday Celebration. These events were a great success! The children did a beautiful job presenting the pageant and the teachers, directors, advisors and assistants did a great job preparing the day s festivities start to finish! Thank you all so much for your participation and dedication. Also, we would like to thank Santa Claus for visiting with our children on December 18th. January Schedule Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 Youth Ministry Directors Meeting in the Youth Center at 7:00PM. Thursday, January 5th, 2012 Sunday, January 8th, 2012 Greek School and Dance lessons resume. Sunday School resumes. Sunday School begins promptly at 9:45AM. February the Youth Ministry is looking to participate in the Metropolis of Boston Camp in Contoocook, NH in the annual Family Winter Weekend. Look for more details in the February newsletter. GOYA News The next GOYA meeting will be held on Sunday, January 15, We will meet and sit together during church services. Following the coffee hour, we will meet in the Youth Center for our meeting. Please contact Ranya or Liz if you are unable to attend. Save the date... Saturday, January, 28th -- Sleigh Ride Social at Charmingfare Farm in Candia, NH for all Youth Ministry families. (See flyer on page 8) We would like to welcome back Miss Daphne Galatas as our Greek Dance instructor. Along with Daphne, Lily Hitchen and Eleni Dellas are also helping. Thank you ladies for all that you do for the children of the church. We are happy to have the Dance Program up and running again. Wishing you all a very Happy & Healthy New Year from all of us in the Youth Ministry
10 P a g e 10 SPONSORS CATE & JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME Serving Your Family As Our Own 573 Pine Street, Manchester, NH Tel: (603) BUSINESS CARD ADVERTISING Anyone with a business that would like to advertise in our monthly bulletin, please contact the Church Office. A business card format, about 3 ½ x 2 will run for a period of 12 months for one set fee of $ a year. This will help to defray the ever-increasing costs of printing and mailing these bulletins to our homes as well as advertising your business to our parishioners and through word of mouth, to their friends. This is a great opportunity for all! THIS SPACE FOR RENT Advertise Here Today! contact the church
11 JANUARY 2012 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday St. Basil the Great (Sunday Before Theophany) Orthros: 10:30am Div. Lit: 11:30am Sunday After Theophany Orthros: 9:00am Div. Lit: 10:00am Sunday School - 9:45am P a g e Youth Ministry Directors Meeting at Holy Theophany Greek School 3-7 pm Orthros: 8:30am Youth Building - Div. Lit: 9:15am 7:00pm Greek School Dance 4:15-5: Parish Council Meeting 7:00pm Philopotochos Board Meeting 7:00pm Greek School 3-7 pm Greek School Dance 4:15-5:45 Swearing in of Parish Council Members Vasilopita Celebration following the Divine Liturgy th Sunday of Luke Orthros: 9:00am Div. Lit: 10:00am Sunday School - 9:45am GOYA Meeting - After Coffee Hour 15th Sunday of Luke Orthros: 9:00am Div. Lit: 10:00am Sunday School - 9:45am St.'s Athanasios & Cyril Orthros: 8:30am Div. Lit: 9:15am Greek School 3-7 pm Greek School Dance 4:15-5: Greek School 3-7 pm Greek School Dance 4:15-5:45 Youth Ministries Sleigh Ride Social at Charmingfare Farm in Candia, NH - 7:00pm (See Flyer on page 8) 17th Sunday of Luke Orthros: 9:00am Div. Lit: 10:00am Sunday School - 9:45am The Three Hierarchs Orthros: 8:30am Div. Lit: 9:15am
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