1 Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news July & August 2013
2 PARISH LIFE
3 PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, I would like to express the gratitude of the parish to all those that offered their stewardship of time and talents to the 11 th Annual Greek Cultural Festival. The event was truly a success, not only financially, but with the display of great cooperation and harmony that our faithful worked together side by side. This year s event brought together many leaders who used their talents to create unprecedented success for a festival on our property with many new events and ideas which led to the selling out of virtually everything thank you to all who aided in this effort! The church is built on a foundation of 4 activities: λειτουργία (worship, literally - work of the people), κοινωνία (community), ευαγγελία (evangelism) and μαρτυρία (witness). Each of these 4 activities were more than evident in our Greek Fest as we blessed the Festival with an Agiasmo, evangelized with tours, witnessed with love and worked in harmony. It is this κοινωνία (sense of community) unto which we must grasp. It is in our working together in each of the 4 activities that we accomplish His ministry in the world. As brothers and sisters in Christ, we must love one another in order to give each other strength when temptation tries to exploit our individual weaknesses and passions. Soon we will be celebrating the Great Feasts of the Transfiguration and of the Dormition of the Theotokos. The first gives us a foretaste of the glory of the Lord as He shines with uncreated light that one day I pray we all witness. The second is also the feast of our parish a great and Holy day in which we together commemorate our temple. It is with the faithful Orthodox that we celebrate and with our brothers and sisters of the faith that we feast. This λειτουργία, which literally means work of the people, is what will continue to give us His Peace. I remain, In His Service, Rev. Father Jon Boukis Proistamenos
4 JULY AND AUGUST EVENTS ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE Friday, August 2 nd - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, August 3 rd - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please bring your unwanted treasures (and all your extra shopping bags) to the Sunday School Rooms. July 23 rd, the Parishes of the Assumption and St. George will be spending a day of fun at Six Flags Great America in Chicago. We will meet at the front gate at 10:00am. Tickets can be reserved and prepaid from the Church office by July 21st for $35 per ticket. Church Nameday Celebration Saturday, August 17 th 5 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Please join us for a fun-filled day! Free Admission! Greek Music Great Food! Greek Cultural Festival 7 th Annual Golf Tournament Monday, August 19, :00 a.m. Shotgun Start See Paris Fotos, Liz Gorman, Georgia Lovejoy or Denny Mekus for more info!!!
5 JULY BIRTHDAYS AND NAMEDAYS 2 nd Kristin Lubbers 2 nd Barbara Minas 2 nd MaryBeth Stopoulos 3 rd Tony Stopoulos 6 th Mike Gorman 6 th Roseanne Monn 10 th Georgia Eleftheropoulos 11 th Dennis Collier 11 th Anthony Stopoulos 12 th Molly Mekus 14 th Costas Constantinou 15 th Elena Passini 16 th Linda Mekus 22 nd Arlene Gust 24 th Yvonne Constantinou 24 th Anne Driscoll 24 th Justin Harrison 30 th John Fotos Just a few of the Saints (Namedays) commemorated in July... 7 th St. Kyriaki the Great Martyr 13 th Synaxis of Archangel Gabriel 24 th Christina the Great Martyr 25 th Dormition of St. Anna 26 th St. Paraskevi of Rome 27 th St. Panteleimon the Great Martyr AUGUST BIRTHDAYS AND NAMEDAYS 2 nd John Eleftheropoulos 4 th Jayde Maess 5 th Pres. Doreece Boukis 5 th Drew Minas 6 th John Stopoulos 8 th Abraham Chirackal 8 th Naina Ninan 9 th Panayioti Dokolas 10 th Ardita Grunwald 13 th Vasilia Boukis 15 th Helen Panouses 17 th Dean Maess 20 th Zoe Anderson 21 st Eleni Argeros 21 st Angela Olvera 22 nd Diane Lamacki 22 nd Deno Minas 26 th Tom Gregory 26 th Jessica Maess 26 th Connor Miller 27 th Victor Cherevko 27 th Maria Georgiadis 27 th Chris Maess 28 th Maria Papageorgiou 29 th Lambros Mihalopoulos 29 th Anastasia Nikolopoulos 29 th Daryn Passini 30 th Molly Chirackal 30 th Kathy Papageorgiou 31 st Trevor Lannoo Just a few of the Saints (Namedays) commemorated in August th Panayioti, Panayiota, Thespina 20 th Samuel
6 ST. KYRIKOS Celebrated July 15 th The Holy Martyr Julitta and her three year old son Kyrikos were from the city of Iconium (now Konia) in central Asia Minor. They lived during the reign of Diocletian ( ). In the year 296, Julitta, who was a descendant of royalty and was quite wealthy, fled with Kyrikos from their estate leaving all behind except two handmaidens. Their journey to flee the persecutions led them to the city of Tarsus, a city in southeast Asia Minor that is most known for being the birthplace of the Apostle Paul. The city of Tarsus was governed by Alexander who was especially brutal in the persecution of the Christians. Julitta and Kyrikos were seized, Kyrikos was taken from his mother and Alexander s men began to beat Julitta. Although the handmaidens had escaped capture, they remained to witness the entire account. Kyrikos was a child that was pure and innocent and seemed to be admired by all who came in contact with him. Julitta had taught him as much as he could understand at his young age about the Faith and taught him how to pray. He displayed great obedience and an understanding that surpassed his young age. As Julitta was being beaten, Alexander attempted to hold Kyrikos and to win his affection. Kyrikos, though, continued to struggle to get to his mother. He fought to be released and even scratched the governor, Alexander. Finally, Kyrikos yelled that he was a Christian and that he loved Christ and he kicked Alexander in the stomach with all his might. The governor, now in pain, became very angry at Kyrikos and his declaration. He took the young boy and threw him down the stone steps that led to the judgment seat. Kyrikos head struck the steps repeatedly leaving a trail of blood with his head crushed. Seeing his dead body at the base of the steps, Julitta realized her son had received the crown of martyrdom. Her son was now in the arms of Christ, and Alexander would not have the opportunity to pervert his innocence. The persecution continued for Julitta, but she would not succumb to the many tortures. She was stripped and placed on a rack while her flesh was ripped with iron claws. Eventually, when Alexander realized she would not surrender her faith, he had her beheaded and had her body and that of Kyrikos taken outside of the city to be left for the wild animals to eat. However, the two handmaidens who had witnessed the entire event went and collected the bodies and buried them. Many years later, under Constantine the Great, the first Christian emperor, one of the handmaidens revealed the location of the grave. Their Relics were uncovered and found to be fragrant and incorrupt. Many who visited their tombs and asked for their intercessions witnessed miracles of healing.
7 ST. PANTELEIMON Celebrated July 27 th This Saint, who had Nicomedia as his homeland, was the son of Eustorgius and Eubula. His father was an idolater, but his mother was a Christian from her ancestors. It was through her that he was instructed in piety, and still later, he was catechized in the Faith of Christ by Saint Hermolaus (see July 26) and baptized by him. Being proficient in the physician's vocation, he practiced it in a philanthropic manner, healing every illness more by the grace of Christ than by medicines. Thus, although his parents had named him Pantoleon ("in all things a lion"), because of the compassion he showed for the souls and bodies of all, he was worthily renamed Panteleimon, meaning "all-merciful." On one occasion, when he restored the sight of a certain blind man by calling on the Divine Name, he enlightened also the eyes of this man's soul to the knowledge of the truth. This also became the cause for the martyrdom of him who had been blind, since when he was asked by whom and in what manner his eyes had been opened, in imitation of that blind man of the Gospel he confessed with boldness both who the physician was and the manner of his healing. For this he was put to death immediately. Panteleimon was arrested also, and having endured many wounds, he was finally beheaded in the year 305, during the reign of Maximian. Saint Panteleimon is one of the Holy Unmercenaries, and is held in special honor among them, even as Saint George is among the Martyrs.
8 TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD Celebrated August 6 Our Lord had spoken to His disciples many times not only concerning His Passion, Cross, and Death, but also concerning the coming persecutions and afflictions that they themselves would endure. Since all these evils were near at hand, but the enjoyment of good things which they hoped to receive in their stead was yet to come, our Savior desired to give them full assurance, evidently and openly, concerning that glory which is prepared for those who endure to the end. Therefore, fulfilling that which He had promised shortly before, that "there be some standing here which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in His Kingdom" (Matt. 16:28), He took His three foremost disciples and ascended Mount Tabor, where He was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun, and His clothes became white as the light. Suddenly, together with this dread and marvelous effulgence of light, there appeared those pinnacles of the Prophets, Moses and Elias, who spoke with the Lord Jesus concerning His saving Passion which was about to take place. Standing before Him as reverent servants, they showed that He is the Lord of both the living and the dead, for Moses came forth from Hades, having died many centuries before, and Elias, as it were from heaven, whither he had been taken up while yet alive. After a little while a radiant cloud overshadowed them and out of the cloud they heard that same voice which had been heard at the Jordan at the Baptism of Christ, testifying to the Divinity of Jesus and saying: "This is My beloved Son, in Whom I am well-pleased; hear ye Him"(Mt. 17: 5). Such are the marvels, truly worthy of God, celebrated in this present feast, which is an image and prefiguring of the future state of the righteous, whose splendor the Lord spoke of, saying: "Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun" (Matt. 13:43). It is because of this that the Kontakion of this Feast is said daily (when there is not a great feast) in the Service of the Typica in perpetual commemoration of the glory that will be the lot of the Saints. According to tradition, the Lord's Transfiguration came to pass forty days before His Crucifixion; this is why the Transfiguration is celebrated forty days before the Exaltation of the Cross.
9 BEHEADING OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST Celebrated August 29 The divine St John the Baptist, who by many miracles was both conceived and born; who was filled with the Holy Spirit while yet in his mother's womb: sealed with his own blood the truth of his words and was made a sacred victim for the divine Law at the hands of a transgressor. This was Herod Antipas, the Tetrarch of Galilee, the son of Herod the Great. This man had a lawful wife, the daughter of Arethas (or Aretas), the King of Arabia. Without any cause, and against every commandment of the Law, he put her away and took to himself Herodias, the wife of his deceased brother Philip, to whom Herodias had borne a daughter, Salome. He would not desist from this unlawful union even when John, the preacher of repentance, the bold and austere accuser of the lawless, censured him and told him, "It is not lawful for thee to have thy brother's wife" (Mark 6: 18). Thus Herod, besides his other unholy acts, added yet this, that he apprehended John and shut him in prison; and perhaps he would have killed him straightway, had he not feared the people, who had extreme reverence for John. Certainly, in the beginning, he himself had great reverence for this just and holy man. But finally, being pierced with the sting of a mad lust for the woman Herodias, he laid his defiled hands on the teacher of purity on the very day he was celebrating his birthday. When Salome, Herodias' daughter, had danced in order to please him and those who were supping with him, he promised her -- with an oath more foolish than any foolishness -- that he would give her anything she asked, even unto the half of his kingdom. And she, consulting with her mother, straightway asked for the head of John the Baptist in a charger. Hence this transgressor of the Law, preferring his lawless oath above the precepts of the Law, fulfilled this godless promise and filled his loathsome banquet with the blood of the Prophet. So it was that that all-venerable head, revered by the Angels, was given as a prize for an abominable dance, and became the plaything of the dissolute daughter of a debauched mother. As for the body of the divine Baptist, it was taken up by his disciples and placed in a tomb (Mark 6: 21-29).
10 SERVICE SCHEDULE July 7 Sunday 2 nd Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy July 14 Sunday Sunday of the Holy Fathers 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy July 15 Monday 10:00 a.m. Feast of Ss. Kyrikos and Julitta the Martyrs Divine Liturgy July 20 Saturday 9:30 a.m. Feast of Prophet Elias Divine Liturgy in Dubuque, IA July 21 Sunday 4 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Hierarchical Divine Liturgy July 26 Friday 10:00 a.m. Feast of St. Paraskevi Divine Liturgy July 27 Saturday 10:00 a.m. Feast of St. Panteleimon Divine Liturgy July 28 Sunday 5 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy August 4 Sunday 6 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy August 6 Tuesday 10:00 a.m. Great Feast of the Holy Transfiguration Divine Liturgy (Blessing of the Grapes) August 7 Wednesday Small Paraklesis Service (6:00 p.m.) August 9 Friday Small Paraklesis Service (6:00 p.m.) August 11 Sunday 7 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy August 12 Monday Small Paraklesis Service (6:00 p.m.) August 14 Wednesday Eve of the Great Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos (Church Nameday) 7:00 p.m. Great Vespers, Artoklasia and Reception August 15 Thursday Great Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos (Church Nameday) 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy (followed by Artoklasia) August 18 Sunday 8 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy August 25 Sunday 9 th Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy August 29 Thursday 10:00 a.m. Beheading of St. John the Baptist Divine Liturgy
11 Πρόγραμμα Ιερών Ακολουθίων 7 Ιουλίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Β του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 14 Ιουλίου Κυριακή Κυριακή των Αγίων Πατέρων (Δ Οίκ. Ζυν.) 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 15 Ιουλίου Δευτέρα Άγιοι Κήρυκος και Ιουλίττα 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 20 Ιουλίου Σάββατο Προφήτης Ἠλίας ὁ Θεσβίτης 9:30 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία στην Dubuque 21 Ιουλίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Δ του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 26 Ιουλίου Παρασκευή Αγία Παρασκευή Οσιομάρτυς 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 27 Ιουλίου Σάββατο Άγιος Παντελεήμων Μεγαλομάρτυς 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 28 Ιουλίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Ε του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. 10:00 π.μ. Όρθρος Θεία Λειτουργία 4 Αυγούστου Κυριακή Κυριακή ΣΤ του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 6 Αυγούστου Τρίτη Η Μεταμόρφωσις του Κυρίου 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 7 Αυγούστου Τετάρτη Μικρή Παράκλησις 6:00 μ.μ. 9 Αυγούστου Παρασκευή Μικρή Παράκλησις 6:00 μ.μ. 11 Αυγούστου Κυριακή 9:00 π.μ. Κυριακή Ζ του Ματθαίου Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 12 Αυγούστου Δευτέρα Μικρή Παράκλησις 6:00 μ.μ. 14 Αυγούστου Τετάρτη 7:00 μ.μ. Προεόρτια Κοιμήσεως Θεοτόκου Μέγας Εσπερινός (και Αρτοκλασία) 15 Αυγούστου Πέμπτη Η Κοίμησης της Υπεραγίας Θεοτόκου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία (και Αρτοκλασία) 18 Αυγούστου Κυριακή Κυριακή Η του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. 10:00 π.μ. Όρθρος Θεία Λειτουργία 25 Αυγούστου Κυριακή Κυριακή Θ του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 29 Αυγούστου Τετάρτη Αποτομή Κεφάλης Αγίου Προδρόμου 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία
12 CHURCH. J Sunday Monday Tuesday 1 2 U L Y 2 nd Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour + Sacrament 2:00pm - Parish Council Mtg :00pm - Softball Game at Riverside Life Center Sunday of the Holy Fathers Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour All-English Divine Liturgy 4 th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Hierarchical Liturgy 10:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour 5 th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour All-English Divine Liturgy 15 Feast of Ss. Kyrikos and Julitta 16 6:00pm - Softball Double Header at Riverside Life Center Rummage Setup 10am 6:00pm - Softball Game at Riverside Life Center Family Fellowship Trip to Six Flags Great America 7:00pm - Softball Game at Riverside Life Center 30 Rummage Setup 10am
13 . CALENDAR Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 3 Independence Day Souvlaki Fundraiser at Doc s Inn in Silvis for the John Deere Classic 12 Noon 12 Midnight 13 Souvlaki Fundraiser at Doc s Inn in Silvis for the John Deere Classic 12 Noon 12 Midnight Feast of Prophet Elias Divine Liturgy 9:30am in Dubuque, IA Feast of St. Paraskevi the Righteous Martyr Parish Council Dinner with Bishop Demetrios 27 Feast of St. Panteleimon the Great Martyr and Healer 31 Rummage Setup 10am Fasting Symbols Strict Fast Wine and Oil Allowed Fish Allowed Fast Free
14 CHURCH. A U G U S T Sunday Monday Tuesday Fasting Symbols Strict Fast Wine and Oil Allowed Fish Allowed Fast Free 9th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour + Sacrament 10th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour 4 11 All English Divine Liturgy 11th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour 12th Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour All English Divine Liturgy Paraklesis Service 6:00pm Greek Cultural 7 th Annual Golf Tournament at TPC Deere Run Great Feast of the Holy Transfiguration Blessing of the Grapes 7:00pm - Softball Game at Riverside Life Center 6:30pm - Parish Council Meeting
15 . CALENDAR Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Rummage Setup 10am 2 Rummage Sale 9:00am - 1:00pm Rummage Sale 9:00am - 1:00pm Paraklesis Service 6:00pm 14 Dormition of the Theotokos Great Vespers 7:00pm Artoklasia Dormition of the Theotokos Orthros 9:00am Artoklasia Feastday Luncheon Paraklesis Service 6:00pm Feastday Celebration 5:00pm - 11:00pm Beheading of St. John the Baptist 30 31
16 DIAKONIA Prosforo Schedule July 7 Toula Poulimas July 14 Litsa Gregory July 21 Elaine Eleftheropoulos July 28 Kathy Panouses August 4 Toula Fotos August 11 Gerogia Eleftheropoulos August 18 Maria Georgiadis August 25 Cathy Diakogeorgiou Coffee Hour July 7 Mike and Helen Haney July 14 Not Yet Reserved July 21 Paraskevi Stamatoukos July 28 Joan Stopoulos August 4 Nick Fotiadis and Family August 11 Not Yet Reserved August 18 Not Yet Reserved August 25 Abraham, Biju, Joe and Families Parish Council Ushering Schedule July 7 th - Cathy Diakogeorgiou 14 th - Orest Akulow 21 st - Matt Miller 28 th - Paris Fotos August 4 th - Mike Haney 11 th - Denny Mekus 18 th - George Georgiadis 25 th - Kosta Dounoulis September 1 st - John Stopoulos 8 th - Cathy Diakogeorgiou 15 th - Orest Akulow 22 nd - Matt Miller 29 th - Paris Fotos For each Sunday, the council member listed is to be present at 9:00 a.m. The council member listed for the week following will be assigned to help during the Divine Liturgy beginning at 9:50 a.m. through the processing of the collection.
17 The Small Paraklesis to the Theotokos is a service in which we offer our prayers to the Blessed Mother of God in which we ask her to pray on our behalf to the Lord. Our supplications are for health, guidance and deliverance from adversity. It is through her prayers that we are saved, for she is closer to the Lord than you or I, and we know through many miracles that her prayers are heard. Please take a moment and prepare a list of those for whom you would like to have prayers offered - bring the list to the Paraklesis and offer your prayers with the whole community. For those who cannot come, know that the Church is open and that prayers are being offered for all of us. Again we pray for mercy, life, health, peace, safety, salvation, visitation, forgiveness and remission of sins of the servants of God PARAKLESIS METROPOLIS VISIT On Sunday, July 21 st, His Grace Bishop Demetrios of Mokissos, Chancellor of the Greek Orthodox of Metropolis of Chicago, will be visiting the Assumption and will preside over the Divine Liturgy.
19 Μεγαλομάρτυς Παντελεήμων Ο Άγιος ΠΑΝΤΕΛΕΗΜΩΝ ο Μεγαλομάρτυς και Ιαματικός 27 Ιουλίου Έ ζ ησε στα χ ρόνια τ ου αυτοκράτορα Διοκλητιανού και καταγόταν απο τη Νικομήδεια. Τον πατέρα του έλεγαν Ευστόργιο και τη μητέρα του, που ήταν ευσεβέστατη χριστιανή, Ευβούλη. Ο Παντελεήμων γρήγορα στερήθηκε τις φροντίδες της μητέρας του, διότι πέθανε πρόωρα. Αλλά ο Θεός τον αξίωσε να διδαχθεί τη χριστιανική πίστη απο ένα διακεκριμένο λειτουργικό της Εκκλησίας, τον Ιερέα Ερμόλαο. Τότε ο Παντελεήμων, είχε τελειώσει τις ιατρικές του σπουδές, κοντά στο φημισμένο γιατρό Ευφρόσυνο. Την επιστήμη του χρησιμοποίησε ιδιαίτερα για τους απόρους ασθενείς και έτρεχε με μοναδική προθυμία στις καλύβες τους, βοηθώντας τους όχι μόνο ιατρικά, αλλά και χρηματικά. Σε κάθε σπίτι που έμπαινε δίδασκε το Ευαγγέλιο και έφερνε σ αυτό πολλές ψυχές. Ήταν ευσπλαγχνικός σε ακρότατο βαθμό για όλους τους πάσχοντες, γι αυτό και ο Θεός του δώρησε το χάρισμα να θεραπεύει ασθενείς με μόνη την προσευχή του. Έτσι θεράπευσε πολλούς, μεταξύ αυτών και ένα τυφλό, που έγινε αφορμή να συλλάβει ο Διοκλητιανός και τον Άγιο. Τον τυφλό τον θανάτωσε διότι πίστεψε στο Χριστό και τον Παντελεήμονα υπέβαλε σε φρικτά βασανιστήρια, ώσπου στο τέλος τον αποκεφάλισε. Ο Παντελεήμων, όμως, ανήκει σ αυτούς, για τους οποίους ο Κύριος είπε: "μακάριοι οι ελεήμονες, ότι αυτοί ελεηθήσονται". Μακάριοι, δηλαδή, είναι, οι ευσπλαγχνικοί που συμπονούν στη δυστυχία του πλησίον, διότι αυτοί θα ελεηθούν απο το Θεό την ημέρα της Κρίσεως.
20 Η Μεταμόρφωσις του Κυρίου 6 Αυγούστου Κ α τ ά τ η δ ι ή γ η σ η τ ω ν Ευαγγελιστών, ο Κύριός μας Ιησούς Χριστός πήρε απο τους μαθητές τον Πέτρο, τον Ιωάννη και τον Ιάκοβω και ανέβηκε στο όρος Θαβώρ για να προσευχηθεί. Οι τρείς μαθητές Του, όπως ήταν κουρασμένοι απο τη δύσκολη ανάβαση στο Θαβώρ και ενώ κάθησαν να ξεκουρασθούν, έπεσα ν σε βαθύ ύπνο. Όταν, όμως, ξύπνησαν, αντίκρυσαν απροσδόκητο και εξαίσιο θέαμα. Το πρόσωπο του Κυρίου άστραφτε σαν τον ήλιο, και τα φορέματά Του ήταν λευκά σαν το φώς. Τον περιστοίχιζαν δε και συνομιλούσαν μαζί Του δυό άνδρες, ο Μωϋσής και ο Ηλίας. Αφού οι μαθητές συνήλθαν κάπως απο την έκπληξη, ο πάντα ενθουσιώδης, Πέτρος, θέλοντας να διατηρηθεί αυτή η αγία μέθη που προκαλούσε η ακτινοβολία του Κυρίου, ικετευτικά είπε να στήσουν τρείς σκηνές. Μία για τον Κύριο, μία για το Μωϋσή και μία για τον Ηλία. Πρίν προλάβει, όμως, να τελειώσει τη φράση του, ήλθε σύννεφο που τους σκέπασε και μέσα απ αυτό ακούστηκε φωνή που έλεγε: "Ούτος έστιν ο υιός μου ο αγαπητός, αυτού ακούετε". Δηλαδή, Αυτός είναι ο Υιός μου ο αγαπητός, που τον έστειλα για να σωθεί ο κόσμος. Αυτόν να ακούτε. Οφείλουμε, λοιπόν, και εμείς όχι μόνο να Τον ακούμε, αλλά και να Τον υπακούμε. Σε οποιοδήποτε δρόμο μας φέρει, είμαστε υποχρεωμένοι να πειθαρχούμε.
21 Η Κοίμησης της Θεοτόκου 15 Αυγούστου Όπως είναι γνωστό, επάνω απο το Σταυρό ο Κύριός μας Ιησούς Χριστός, έδωσε εντολή και την Παναγία μητέρα του παρέλαβε ο Ιωάννης ο Ευαγγελιστής στο σπίτι του, όπου διέμενε μαζί με τον αδελφό του Ιάκωβο και τη μητέρα του Σαλώμη, συγγενή της Θεοτόκου. Όταν δε ήλθε η στιγμή να τελειώσει την επίγεια ζωή της, άγγελος Κυρίου της το έκανε γνωστό τρείς μέρες πρίν. Η χαρά της Θεοτόκου υπήρξε μεγάλη, διότι θα συναντούσε το μονογενή της Υιό και Θεό όλων των ανθρώπων. Πήγε, λοιπόν, και προσευχήθηκε στο όρος των Ελαιών, όπου συνήθιζε να προσεύχεται και ο Κύριος Ιησούς. Έπειτα, γύρισε στο σπίτι του Ιωάννη, όπου έκανε γνωστή την επικείμενη κοίμησή της. Η παράδοση αναφέρει ότι την τρίτη ημέρα απο την εμφάνιση του αγγέλου, λίγο πρίν κοιμηθεί η Θεοτόκος, οι Απόστολοι δεν ήταν όλοι στα Ιεροσόλυμα, αλλά σε μακρινούς τόπους όπου κήρυτταν το Ευαγγέλιο. Τότε, ξαφνικά νεφέλη τους άρπαξε και τους έφερε όλους μπροστά στο κρεβάτι, όπου ήταν ξαπλωμένη η Θεοτόκος και περίμενε την κοίμησή της. Όταν εκοιμήθη, με ψαλμούς και ύμνους την τοποθέτησαν στο μνήμα της Γεσθημανή. Μετά τρείς ημέρες, άνοιξαν τον τάφο και έκπληκτοι διαπίστωσαν ότι η Παναγία αναστήθηκε σωματικά και ανελήφθη στους ουρανούς. Και βέβαια, όλη η ανθρωπότητα, με ευγνωμοσύνη για τις πρεσβείες της στο Σωτήρα Χριστό, αναφωνεί: "Χαίρε, ώ Μήτερ της ζωής".
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news August 2012 PARISH LIFE PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, When Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb;
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news August 2011 HIERARCHICAL VISIT On Sunday, August 21 st, HIS GRACE BISHOP DEMETRIOS will be at our Beloved Assumption and will celebrate the Hierarchical Divine
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Agape News August 2007 PICTURES The Lubbers in Constantinople with His All Holiness Patriarch BARTHOLOMEW GOYA Fellowship at Splash Landing Altarboys at the Steamwheeler Game PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners,
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news July 2011 GREEK CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2011 Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, For months we all anticipated the Greek Cultural Festival. We worried about
Agape News August 2008 PICTURES 1965 - Despina Raptopoulos with His All Holiness Patriarch ATHENAGORAS 2007 - The Lubbers Family with His All Holiness Patriarch BARTHOLOMEW Our kids learn to Greek Dance
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Agape News July 2010 PARISH LIFE With the challenges that we faced on Friday evening of the Festival (as seen above), we thank the Lord that no one was injured and that He blessed us with a beautiful day
Agape News July 2009 GREEK FEST PICTURES PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, The month of June brought us the rebirth of the Greek Cultural Festival on the Church Grounds, and the work of the prior years
Agape News August 2009 PICTURES VBS 2009 RESTAURANT CIRCLE AT CAFÉ INDIGO PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, When Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was filled
Agape News August 2010 PARISH LIFE IV 2 0 1 0 PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, When Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and
Agape News July 2008 PICTURES GCF Golf Outing GCF Golf Outing Vacation Bible School QC River Bandits Outing Greek Cultural Festival Ambassadors Sunday School Attendance Awards PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners,
LESSON 6 (ΜΑΘΗΜΑ ΕΞΙ) REF : 201/045/26-ADV 10 December 2013 I get up/i stand up I wash myself I shave myself I comb myself I dress myself Once (one time) Twice (two times) Three times Salary/wage/pay Alone/only
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news June 2012 PARISH LIFE PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, It is a necessity of the Church that we celebrate feasts on a cyclical calendar,
Agape News January 2011 PARISH LIFE Christmas Pageant Christmas Caroling St. Nicholas Gift Giving Breakfast with Santa Trip to the Kalahari Resort PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Greetings in our Lord
Agape News June 2010 PARISH LIFE We honor our High School, College and Masters Program Graduates Sunday School Attendance Awards PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Once again it is that time of year when
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church 430 Sheep Pasture Rd. Port Jefferson, New York Rev. Demetrios N. Calogredes, Pastor (cell) 516-319-3932 Church Office: 631-473-0894 Fax: 631-928-5131 Visit our web page:
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news june 2013 PASCHA 2013 PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, Χριστός Ανέστη!!! Christ is Risen!!! Together we celebrate our Lord and Savior
Agape News May 2010 PARISH LIFE PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Χριστός Ανέστη!!! Christ is Risen!!! Together we celebrate our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ s victory over death! His crucifixion and
Πώς μπορεί κανείς να έχει έναν διερμηνέα κατά την επίσκεψή του στον Οικογενειακό του Γιατρό στο Ίσλινγκτον Getting an interpreter when you visit your GP practice in Islington Σε όλα τα Ιατρεία Οικογενειακού
ASSUMPTION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, It is a necessity of the Church that we celebrate feasts on a cyclical calendar, so that as the Body of Christ we may commemorate
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Agape News September 2010 PARISH LIFE PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, September 1 st is the beginning of the Ecclesiastical year, and the restarting of the ministries of our parish that were on hiatus
Agape News April 2010 PICTURES PALM SUNDAY PALM SUNDAY PLAKI LUNCHEON PALM SUNDAY DECORATING JOY BOWLING PASTORAL MESSAGE To all of the Spiritual Children of the Assumption Parish, and through you to all
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Agape News May 2009 PICTURES Pascha 2009 PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Χριστός Ανέστη!!! Christ is Risen!!! Together we celebrate our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ s victory over death! His crucifixion
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news February 2012 PARISH LIFE Vasilopita Celebration 2012 PC Affirmation May the Lord grant all of us a blessed, healthy and prosperous 2012!!! Olympic Gyros Lunch
Agape News February 2011 PARISH LIFE Vasilopita Baking, Auction and Celebration Basile finally gets a Key to the City Basile with Decorating Committee 2011 Parish Council 2011 Parish Council Affirmation
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Agape News December 2009 PICTURES CLERGY LAITY GOYA ON ICE GOLDEN CIRCLE AT J&D STEAKHOUSE ASSUMPTION BAND JOY AT THE FIRE STATION PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Greetings in our Lord and Savior Jesus
Chapter 2 * * * * * * * Introduction to Verbs * * * * * * * In the first chapter, we practiced the skill of reading Greek words. Now we want to try to understand some parts of what we read. There are a
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news September 2011 PARISH LIFE Feastday Icon Decorations (Above) Visit of His Grace Bishop Demetrios (right) Assumption Softball Team End of Season Party (below)
Agape News October 2010 PARISH LIFE Restaurant Circle at Osaka 92 Visitors for It s Greek to Me Youth Outing for Mini-Golf Golden Circle at Olympic Gyros Sunday School Blessing of the Backpacks PASTORAL
Ephesians Wayne Stewart 1 Shadows of a ministry independent of Jerusalem and the 12 Taken from CH Welch 2 Acts 28:25 25 (AV) And when they agreed not among themselves, they departed, after that Paul had
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news April 2012 PARISH LIFE PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, Greetings in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! We are now more than half
JUNIOR FORENSICS Dear Parents, We are very happy to introduce Junior Forensics! The Junior Forensics Team is for the students of 7 th and 8 th grades (Α και Β Γυμνασίου) and its goal is to introduce students
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Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news March 2012 PARISH LIFE The icon of the Extreme Humility depicts Christ in the tomb with His head lowered and His eyes shut as though He is merely asleep, even
Agape News March 2011 PARISH LIFE Assumption Basketball Team Brings it on!!! Philoptochos Lunch The Glendi PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Greetings in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Each and every
ASSUMPTION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH PARISH CHRISTMAS PARTY ST. NICHOLAS GIFTING PHILOPTOCHOS BAKE SALE SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Dear Parishioners of our Beloved Assumption, Greetings in our Lord and
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Agape News February 2008 PICTURES 2008 Parish Council Parish Christmas Party Vasilopita Baking Cutting of the Vasilopita GOYA Basketball Practice Former GOYA Basketball Practice PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners,
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news April 2013 PARISH LIFE Sunday of Orthodoxy Procession of the Holy Icons Chris Avramopoulos, Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the Metropolis of
Agape News January 2009 PICTURES Happy New Year!!! Christmas Pageant Breakfast with Santa Baklava Demo Happy New Year!!! Youth at the Wisconsin Dells PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, Greetings in our
Agape News October 2008 PICTURES Metropolis of Chicago Philoptochos Luncheon Assumption Restaurant Circle at Trattoria Tiramisu GOYA and JOY Youth Felllowship at Michael s Fund World PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear
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Agape News September 2009 PICTURES ASSUMPTION NAMEDAY CELEBRATION MOUNT OLYMPUS YOUTH TRIP VISIT FROM HIS GRACE BISHOP ALEXIOS PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners, The Lord mighty and powerful, the Lord
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Agape news October 2013 The Parish of the Assumption warmly extends her love and respect to His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos, our Archbishop and Father, on the occasion
Agape News January 2008 PICTURES Metropolis of Chicago Christmas Open-House Dining before the Metropolis Visit The Christmas Giving Tree Christmas Pageant Golden Circle Circa 21 PASTORAL MESSAGE Dear Parishioners,
Lesson 2: The Omega Verb - Present Tense Day one I. Word Study and Grammar 1. Most Greek verbs end in in the first person singular. 2. The present tense is formed by adding endings to the present stem.
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