1 T H E C O M M U N I C A T O R APRIL 2015 MAY 2015 Volume 27 Co-editors: George and Susan Pergakis Bi-monthly newsletter of Hellenic Orthodox Church Holy Trinity 62 Lewis Street Lowell, MA Church Office: Fax: Emergency phone: Hellenic American Academy : website: Website coordinator Jen Hardy Rev. Father Nikolaos D. Pelekoudas, Presbyter CHURCH OFFICE HOURS Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM-1:00 PM President: George Zaharoolis Secretary: Geraldine Themelis Chanter: George Fotopoulos Choir Director: Eileen Crowell Philoptochos President: Christine Themeles Sunday School Director: Joan Metropolis SERVICES WINTER HOURS Orthros 9:00 am Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
3 A message from Rev. Father Nikolaos Christ is risen! We are keeping today the Resurrection of Christ which is the victory of God over death but also over evil. But this victory is not won by God alone. When the Son of God became Man it is in His humanity by His Divine power that He overcame evil. And so let us rejoice not only in the love of God, in the mercy of God, in the greatness of God, in His generosity, but let us rejoice also in the fact that we, human beings are capable of uniting with God in such a way, in such a manner that in and through us evil may be destroyed. Not only our private sin, not only our weakness, but the evil one", the one that is a tempter, the one that tried in the wilderness to overcome the Divine through the human. Let us be grateful to God for His victory but let us rejoice in the depth and vastness and the infinite possibilities of our humanity. But if this be true, let us remember that the victory won by Christ in our humanity is also a call for us because Christ is risen, but the risen Christ still wears on His body the marks of His Passion. His hands are still wounded with nails, His feet are still pierced with them, His side is still marked by the spear, His forehead is still wounded by the crown of thorns and they will never be healed until there is one sinner on earth, and this sinner may be me, it may be each of us. Let us then take the victory of God and the price to Him in earnest. Let us realize what it means that I am in a position to let Christ crucified, and worse than that - I may be among those who did crucify and are crucifying Him if I join the crowd of those who willfully sin against God. And I may be making heavier the cross upon which He is nailed because in baptism, through baptism we have become all of us living members of the body of Christ. And when we submit this body, this soul, this mind, this heart, this will to the power of Satan it is Christ Whom we make again a suffer on earth. But there is more to it. Our vocation is to be on earth, because we are Christ s own, what He has been in the days of His incarnation. We are sent into the world to win by His power, with Him the victory which He had already won, but which must be won day in day out over ourselves and over all evil that possesses those people whom He has come to save. We are sent like sheep among wolves, we are sent to live and to die if necessary, for other to live and to enter life eternal. Let us therefore take this Feast of the Resurrection as a sign of the victory that is really won, and as a call to us to enter into His Passion and together with Him to win ourselves and every person around us. Anthony Bloom (Metropolitan of Sourozh ( ))
4 ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΙΑΙΟΝ ΕΟΡΤΟΛΟΓΙΟΝ ΚΑΙ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΙΕΣ ΜΕΓΑΛΗΣ ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΑΣ ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΣ Τετάρτη, Απριλίου 1, :00 μ.μ. Προηγιασμένη. Σάββατο του Λαζάρου, Απριλίου 4, Ορθρος - 8:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 9:00 π.μ. Πρόγευμα Κατηχητικού σχολείου - 10:30 π.μ. ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΙΕΣ ΜΕΓΑΛΗΣ ΕΒΔΟΜΑΔΑΣ Κυριακή των Βαίων, Απριλίου 5, Ορθρος - 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 10:00 π.μ. Η Ακολουθία του Νυμφίου - 7:00 μ.μ. Μεγάλη Δευτέρα, Απριλίου 6, Η Ακολουθία του Νυμφίου - 7:00 μ.μ. Μεγάλη Τρίτη, Απριλίου 7, Η Ακολουθία του Νυμφιου - 7:00 μ.μ. Το Τροπάριον της Κασσιανής. Μεγάλη Τετάρτη, Απριλίου 8, Η Ακολουθία του Αγίου Ευχελαίου - Το Αγιον Μύρον - 3:00 μ.μ. Η Ακολουθία του Νυμφίου ( Επίσης Αγιον Μύρον ) 7:00.μ.μ. Μεγάλη Πέμπτη, Απριλίου 9, Εσπερινή Θεία Λειτουργία του Αγίου Βασιλείου - 6:00 π.μ. Θεία Κοινωνία, 7:30 πμ. - 8:30 πμ. Τα Αγια Πάθη, Ο Μυστικός Δείπνος - 6:00 μ.μ. Μεγάλη Παρασκευή, Απριλίου 10, Η Αποκαθήλωσις - 3:00 μ.μ. Ο Επιτάφιος Θρήνος - 7:00 μ.μ. Μεγάλο Σάββατο, Απριλίου 11, Εσπερινή Θεία Λειτουργία του Αγίου Βασιλείου - 7:00 π.μ. Θεία Κοινωνία - 8:30 π.μ. - 9:30 π.μ.. Θεία Λειτουργία της Αναστάσεως - 11:00 μ.μ. Κυριακή του Πάσχα, Απριλίου 12, Η Ακολουθία της Αγάπης - 11:00 π.μ. Παρασκευή της Διακαινησίμου, Απριλίου 17, 2015 Ζωοδόχου Πηγής. Ορθρος, 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 10:00 π.μ.
5 SERVICES FOR APRIL 2015 AND MAY 2015 Weekday Church Services ~ Orthros 9:00 A.M., Divine Liturgy 10:00 A.M. APRIL Wednesday, April 1, :00 PM - Presanctified Liturgy Saturday of Lazaros, April 4, 2015 Orthros - 8:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 9:00 AM Sunday School Pancake Breakfast - 10:30 AM HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE OF SERVICES 2015 Palm Sunday, April 5, 2015 Orthros - 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM Nymphios Service - 7:00 PM Holy Monday, April 6, 2015 Nymphios Service - 7:00 PM Holy Tuesday, April 7, 2015 Nymphios Service - 7:00 PM Troparion of Kassiani Holy Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Holy Unction - 3:00 PM Nymphios Service (also Holy Unction) - 7:00 PM Holy Thursday, April 9, 2015 Vesperal Divine Liturgy of St. Basil - 6:00 AM Holy Communion - 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM Holy Passion - Mystical Last Supper - 6:00PM Holy Friday, April 10, 2015 Apokathelosis (taking down the body of Jesus from the Cross) - 3:00 PM Epitaphios Threnos - 7:00 PM Holy Saturday, April 11, 2015 Vesperal Divine Liturgy of St. Basil - 7:00 AM Holy Communion - 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Resurrection Service - 11:00 PM Easter Sunday, April 12, 2015 Agape Service - 11:00 AM Renewal Friday, April 17, 2015 Theotokos of the Life-Giving Font Orthros - 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM
6 MAY 2015 SERVICES Wednesday, May 6, Mid-Pentecost Thursday, May 21, Holy Ascension - Saints Constantine and Helen Orthros - 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM Saturday, May 30, Saturday of Souls Orthros - 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM Sunday, May 31, Holy Pentecost Orthros - 9:00 AM Divine Liturgy - 10:00 AM ΜΑΙΟΣ, Τετάρτη Μαίου 6, Μεσο-Πεντηκοστής. Ορθρος, 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 10:00 π.μ. Πέμπτη, Μαίου 21, Των Αγίων Κωσνσταντίνου και Ελένης. Ορθρος - 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 10:00 π.μ. Σάββατο, Μαίου 30, Ψυχοσάββατο. Ορθρος - 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία - 10:00. Κυριακή, Μαίου 31, Της Πεντηκοστής. Ορθρος - 9:00 π.μ. Θεία λειτουργία - 10:00 π.μ.
7 SACRAMENTS IN MEMORIAM January 19, 2015 George Triantafel February 1, 2015 Stella Demetriou February 1, 2015 Joanne Cottone February 3, 2015 Rita Leoutsakos February 5, 2015 Jane Larivee February 7, 2015 Mary Sarris February 7, 2015 Donna Paleologos February 19, 2015 Nicholas Panas February 28, 2015 William Poulios WEDDING Sunday, February 15, 2015 Demetrius Spaneas and Joann Kalogianis Koumbara: Cheryl Pierro HELLENIC AMERICAN ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION You will find Scholarship applications for upcoming high school graduates and college students in the narthex. All the information needed is outlined in the cover letter. The Alumni will be offering two scholarships for high school students and two scholarships for college students. The Alumni has sent out its annual mailings with this year s fundraiser, which is a $ gift certificate to Chatham Bars Inn, Chatham, MA. CHURCH SURVEY Mother s Love There are times when only a mother s love Can understand our tears, Can soothe our disappointments And Calm all of our fears. There are times when only a mother s love Can share the joy we feel When something we ve dreamed about Quite suddenly is real. There are times when only a mother s faith Can help us on life s way And inspire in us the confidence We need from day to day. For a mother s heart and a mother s faith And a mother s steadfast love Were fashioned by the angels And sent from God above. ~Author Unknown To date, of the 543 survey questionnaires sent out by our Membership Committee to our Church Parishioners, only 53 (less than 10%) have been returned. Please take a few moments to fill out this important survey questionnaire and send it back to the Church Office. Thank you in advance.
8 Dear Parishioners, I hope you made it through the snow and cold. The harsh winter has given all of us some hardships and the cost of snow removal has created a drain in the church treasury. We will try and tighten our belts. We are looking for youngsters and coaches to regenerate the athletic programs. Please let us know if you have children and what they would like to participate in. What you see below are some of the items that must be addressed. If anyone would like to participate, let us know. If you think we have missed or overlooked something in error, please don't hesitate to let us know. Or should we cut back, eliminate or sell our property, you make the decision. Be careful what you wish for. George's wish list. In my opinion, here is a list of some of the items that have to be addressed. Church: - Basement floor. Patch 2 areas approx. cost $ (Could be more when we see what is going on under the floor). - Whole floor must be replaced - Bench dedicated to T. Demoulas and family (approximate cost $5,000.00). - Elevator/handicap access - Furnace area could be cleaned and used for additional storage (Volunteers needed anytime). - Rest rooms updated and modernized - Funds must be raised for the extra cost of snow removal and plowing. Also, the handling of ice dams for all the church owned buildings - Note: Received water damage within the school from melting snow and ice Cultural Center: - Floor (gym and stage) - Kitchen - Roof, bricks and drain - Improved sound system School: - Additional and/or movable storage bins for Pre K classes for books, supplies and clothes. Also painting First Floor (down stairs) to brighten up area. - Looking for volunteers to clean, move equipment and paint a few Saturdays or evenings during school summer shut down in July & August Need extra toilets for younger school children (Pre-K s and Kindergarten due to number of children and current clogging issues). - Ceiling and floor tiles - Exterior bricks and windows have to be worked on - Roof (approx. cost $50,000.00) - Grants, foundations and new funding sources - Lunch Program - Students Area between School and Cultural Center - Ceiling tiles need replacement - Floor tiles in bathrooms and painting of bathrooms - Roof and drain (approx. cost $20,000.00) Please get involved. On March 22, 2015, at our annual Greek Independence Day Fish Dinner from 12:00 noon to 1:30 PM at our Cultural Center, there will be a "Person of the Year" announced and also the Hellenic American Academy students will perform at 2 PM. On March 25, there will be a Church service in the morning and the Greek Independence Day parade will start about 12 Noon with a flag raising at Lowell City Hall to follow. Get ready for Easter. We are looking for an individual to assist with chanting. Question: Ask yourself if there are bricks breaking from water freezing, could the facade pull away from the structure? Please note that we have not cared for these buildings in the past, so it is time to do it. Please help by volunteering and assisting with funds. Respectfully, George S. Zaharoolis, Parish Council President - Should we have a POW/MIA section at the Cultural Center? (approx. cost $1,000.00).
9 After missing a few weeks of Sunday school due to the snow storms, we celebrated Sunday of Orthodoxy on March 1 st. Some of the students made their own icons, and others brought their own in and participated in the procession around the Church. They were very enthusiastic and proud to show their beautiful Icons. FYI- Again this year, the Sunday school will be selling Easter candles. Look for them in April. All proceeds will benefit the Sunday school program. The annual Saturday of Lazaros Pancake communion and craft breakfast will be held on Saturday April 12, Orthros will begin at 8:00, Liturgy at 9:00. Following communion the children will proceed downstairs for pancakes and a craft. Please join us and enjoy our delicious pancakes. Everyone is welcome!
10 PARISH DIRECTORY Rev. Father Nikolaos D. Pelekoudas, Spiritual Leader Parish Council Members George Zaharoolis, President Athena Hayes Gregory Curtis Joan Metropolis, Vice-President Charles Hondros Paris Karahalios Angelos Kokkinos, Secretary Damon Manettas Lewis Demetroulakos George Pergakis, Treasurer Anna Manettas Betty Themeles Thomas Themeles Christine Themeles Vasilios Kafkas, Auditor George Kontos BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE COMMITTEE Tom Themeles, Chairman Addresses maintenance issues with the Church, Academy and Cultural Center Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for resolution CULTURAL CENTER COMMITTEE Joan Metropolis, Charles Hondros Co Chairpersons Addresses all Cultural Center usage and rental requests Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval FINANCE COMMITTEE TBD, Chairman Addresses all Church, Academy and Cultural Center Financial matters Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval FUNDRAISING/MARKETING COMMITTEE TBD, Chairman Addresses all fundraising and market activities Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Demitrios Mattheos, Chairman Addresses all Church Membership and Parish Growth related activities Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE Paris Karahalios, Chairman Addresses all Church and Academy Computer, Software and Technology requirements and issues Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval HELLENIC AMERICAN ACADEMY PLANNING COMMITTEE LeeAnn Connors, Chairwoman Addresses all HAA curriculum, staffing, financial, and growth requirements and issues Provides inputs and recommendations to Parish Council for approval Any parishioner wishing to become a member of the above committees, please contact the Chairperson or Parish Council President. There are openings on most of the committees. Please consider volunteering your talents to help move our church forward.
11 After a winter break our first meeting of the New Year was held Monday, March 2nd. Even with the very cold weather we had 30 members in attendance. After a very productive, fun meeting, we all enjoyed strawberry and peach shortcake, played a fun guessing games and had a mini fashion show. I informed the ladies that as voted at the December meeting I purchased a lectern with microphone system for the church hall and a partition for the cultural center- to hide chairs and tables up against the walls. For our March obligations we voted to send donations to the National Philoptochos for the Orthodox Christian Mission, to support a Mission Priest, and to the Hellenic College/Holy Cross Lenten Event. April obligations included Sisterhood of St. Basil and the International Christian Charities. On the local level we sent a check to the Lowell Food Pantry where our member Paula Gendron sits on the board. The Board voted to send a check for $ to the family of Father Matthew Baker, the 36 year old priest from Norwich, Conn.,who died in a car accident driving home from church with his six young children. May He Rest In Peace. On Sunday, March 8th, we had the Vesper services at our Church. Once again the ladies prepared a wonderful array of Lenten foods. We welcomed over 80 parishioners from all the local Orthodox churches. Since our next meeting would fall during Holy Week we will not meet until May. The Andover Philoptochos has invited us to attend their next meeting Thursday, April 19th.The president of the Metropolis will be there to speak to us. If you are interested in attending please let me know. We are now preparing for Easter. Members are invited to help wrap dyed eggs and prepare the Epitaphio. Wishing you a Happy Easter. Please Join Philoptocos- Anyone from age 18 years and up is welcome. How would you like to be a part of a wonderful group of volunteers? Women who are ready to help our church and neighborhood community. Women who raise funds to support fourteen National charities, several Metropolis charities, local charities and church needs. Women, who help with the decorating of the Epitaphio, wrap red eggs for Easter, make and sell baked goods for holidays. Bake and serve delicious goodies for coffee hours, Vasilopita and Vespers. Women, who chair, set up and serve at special functions throughout the year. Who visit nursing homes and shut-ins for Christmas and Easter. It seems like a lot to ask but it has great rewards. We all share the work. You meet people, make friends and feel a great accomplishment. We all get along well and have a lot of laughs. You can be involved as much as you can and want to be. We send out envelopes each year to the membership, but if you lost it or would like to join for the first time, the dues are $ Please fill out the form below and mail to : Holy Trinity Church, 62 Lewis Street, Lowell, Ma Attention: Marianthe Dabekis. Name Tel.# Address
13 Congratulations to Academy students Jason Gendron and Evan Soroken who were recognized for Level 1 in Greek Language Achievement by the Greek Government! Middle School students gathered before the Greek Letters Day performance.
14 Following the Divine Liturgy
17 Save the Date! Hellenic American Academy s Sip and Sample Wine Tasting Saturday, May 30, :00 p.m. Whistler House Enjoy an elegant spring evening of fine wines, hors d oeuvres and soft music. Special raffle prizes. Relax with friends at Whistler House, courtyard and gallery. Tickets: $40, available in advance only. A benefit for Hellenic American Academy s Technology Program. Tickets available at: Hellenic American Academy or purchase securely via on-line (include mailing address and # of tickets) or pre-pay by mail. Mail your check with ticket order to: Sharon DuBois, Business Development Manager, Hellenic American Academy, 41 Broadway Street, Lowell, MA
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