1 THE VOICE THE VOICE April Volume No. 294 TABLE OF CONTENTS Father s Article... 1 Stewardship... 3 Great Lent... 4 Philoptochos... 5 Sunday of Orthodoxy... 6 Summer Camp... 7 P.T.A./Sunday School... 8 Archangels... 9 Greek Independence Day Parish Events Parade Κοινοτικά Νέα Liturgical Schedule Community Events Πρόγραμμα Ακολουθιών ST. SPYRIDON HELLENIC ORTHODOX CHURCH S. RIDGELAND AVE. PALOS HEIGHTS, IL WWW. SAINT- SPYRIDON.ORG CATECHISM 101 Many prophecies of the Old Testament concerning Christ are verbal descriptions of Him and His life. The prophet Isaiah, for example, spoke of His birth by a virgin, and the prophet Micah spoke of Bethlehem as the birthplace of the Messiah. However, some of the prophecies about Christ are actual events, narrative prophecies where types of Christ prophetically live out the life of the Prototype Who was to come. One such example is what we studied in our Bible Study this month: the sacrifice of Isaac by Abraham. This event takes place in the 21 st chapter of Genesis. Abraham is asked by God to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac who was the fulfillment of God s promise. For twenty-five years God kept promising to Abraham that he would have a son whose descendants would be as numerous as the stars. The son that would fulfill God s promise is now asked to be sacrificed. Abraham does not hesitate to fulfill the Lord s commandment. Early the next morning, without telling his wife Sarah for fear she might prevent him from carrying out his obedience to God, Abraham takes Isaac, two servants, and the wood carried by a donkey. He sets off toward Jerusalem where the sacrifice was set to take place. Wishing all of you a blessed Holy Week and a Glorious Pascha!
2 The Voice - H ΦΩNH Official Monthly Community Publication of St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church S. Ridgeland Avenue Palos Heights, IL REV. FR. TILEMAHOS ALIKAKOS PROTOPRESBYTER Church Office Hours:... Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Phone: , 2313 or 0787 Fax: Web: Parish Council Officers James Korbakes... President Konstantine Labraκis... Vice-President Taso Panagiotopoulos... Vice President Frank Kopanis... Secretary George Papadopoulos... Assistant Secretary Gus Kolyvas... Treasurer James Xeros... Assistant Treasurer Auxiliary Officers Angelo Angelos... Chanter Olga Paxinos... Philoptochos Angela Evangelopoulos... P.T.A. Kiki Kazazakis... Kentro Lambrini Stavrou... Plutarchos Greek School Jan Prible... Zoe Kopanis... Sunday School Director Nicky Glikis... Choir Director Dana Vasilakos... G.O.Y.A. & Jr. G.O.Y.A. Janine Riley... Cherubs Presvytera Georgia... HOPE Angelo Angelos... Byzantine Music Panagiotis Mihalopoulos... Iconography Fr. Tilemahos... Bible Study Vicki Drikos... Handmaidens Nick Chibucos & Labros Malfas... Altar Boys John Angelos... Athletics And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Throughout the narrative we see the parallels between Isaac and Jesus, to the point that the sacrifice of Isaac is nothing less than the prophecy of Christ s own crucifixion. Isaac is Abraham s only son, his beloved son. The destination is the city of Jerusalem in which Christ would be crucified. Isaac is accompanied by two servants, just as Christ was accompanied by the two thieves who would be crucified with him. Isaac is assisted in his journey by a donkey, just as Jesus would enter Jerusalem on the way to His passion. Before reaching his destination, Abraham dismissed the servants and the donkey, and loads Isaac with the wood for the sacrifice just as Jesus carried his own cross to Golgotha. When Isaac asked his father about the whereabouts of the animal they were going to sacrifice he did not just mention any animal but specifically a lamb, prophetically signifying the Lamb of God who was the Messiah. The place of the sacrifice was the future site of the temple of Solomon where the last Paschal offering was sacrificed just as Jesus was offered on the cross for the life of the world. When Abraham proceeded to bind Isaac s feet and hands in the manner of sacrificing him, Isaac did not say a word, just as Jesus opened not His mouth at His own suffering. At the very last moment before Abraham put a knife to Isaac s throat, God interrupted him. A ram whose horns were caught at a thicket would be offered instead of Isaac. A ram is a lamb who has reached adulthood just as Christ would be a mature adult. The ram was caught in a thicket, both in its trunk which is vertical and the branches which are horizontal, much like when Christ was nailed unto the vertical and horizontal beams of the cross. Finally, the ram was offered in the place of Isaac. Jesus would be sacrificed in the place of man who deserved to be crucified for his own sins. Jesus becomes our substitute on the cross. The fact that He was innocent and sinless, makes Him the only human being who did not deserve the cross. The ram became a substitute and thus saved Isaac. Jesus becomes our substitute and by His sacrifice He saves all of us. He takes our place. He redeems us and makes our death in Adam become life in Him. As we prepare for the events of Holy Week and Pascha, the sacrifice of Isaac reveals to us that Christ s crucifixion was in God s plan before the beginning of creation. His sacrificial love for us, His desire to have His creatures love Him freely and unconditionally through faith is as old as God Himself. Abraham was tested so that God could show us the path to our destiny through a true father of faith. All of us will be tested on this path. By our own desire, by God s purpose, by Christ s redeeming work, may we all be granted to taste the Lord s glory during this Pascha and always. In His love, Fr. Tilemahos Alikakos 2 The Voice
3 Countdown to our Church's 100th Anniversary Celebration Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 21st - 7 p.m. at Church In 1917 the church of St. Spyridon was established - since then there have been 100 years of liturgies, baptisms, weddings, funerals, Pascha celebrations, confessions, fund-raisers, Greek School graduates - you name it! We are asking our parishioners to join in the establishment of our committees and activities as we prepare to celebrate our 100 years of service. We need members to man committees and take on tasks for a year of festivities. Let your imagination run free, think outside the box and join in creating innovative and unique events for the spectacular year in which we will honor our parish and forefathers. We need photographs of past events, memories, and parishioners - so gather them - label and identify them - give/send us copies of them - as we wish to honor the steps of our forefathers. We need addresses and contact information to make sure that past and present stewards, Greek School/Sunday School students, athletes and others are aware of the celebration and are invited to join in! Be creative and help generate interest and momentum with your ideas for programs and events. Watch the bulletin - Facebook - or your for future committee meeting dates - We Want YOU! You may also send photos and ideas to Spyridon.org. STEWARDSHIP 2015 The Stewardship Committee thanks our 196 Stewards who have fulfilled their pledge for the 2015 year. We wish to express our gratitude for your commitment to the Lord s work through our Church of Saint Spyridon. And to you who have not yet pledged, we ask of you to commit yourself and your family so that the Word of God may continue in His glorious name. STEWARDS 2015-FEBRUARY 28TH-MARCH 27TH Mr. & Mrs. Nika Alex Mr. & Mrs. Dimitrios Alexakos Mr. & Mrs. Ricky Angell Mr. & Mrs. Gus Banakis Mrs. Aspasia Berdusis Mr. & Mrs. Spiros Drikos Ms. Angela Evangelopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Leonidas Hatzis Mr. & Mrs. Brad Jones Mr. & Mrs. Demetrios Kalantzis Ms. Stacy Kallas Mrs. Roula Karampelas Ms. Patricia Katsenis Mrs. Georgia Korbakes Mr. & Mrs. Chris Koulogeorge Mr. & Mrs. Kostas Koutsis Mr. & Mrs. John Koutsoubas Mr. & Mrs. George Kyroudis Mrs. Demetra Lambros Mr. & Mrs. Chris Mastorakos Ms. Demetria S. Papadopoulos Mr. Philip Papamakarios Mr. Andrew Pappas Mr. & Mrs. Nick Panagiotaros Mr. Peter Panagiotaros Mr. & Mrs. T Panagiotopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Nick Petinatos Mr. Marino Petropoulos Mrs. Pat Poziopoulos Ms. Demteria Proutsos Mrs. Golfo Rodogiannis Mr. Gregory Smirnis Ms. Cathy Tomaras Mr. & Dr. Vasileios Tsoukalas Mr. & Mrs. Antonis Vassiliou Mr. & Mrs. Labros Vlachos Mrs. Ellie Zaharopoulos Mr. & Mrs. Anastasios Zigras ΓΙΝΕ ΚΑΛΟΣ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΟΣ ΤΗΣ ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑΣ ΤΟΥ ΑΓΙΟΥ ΣΠΥΡΙΔΩΝΑ Ευχαριστούμε τις 196 οικογένεις που εκπλήρωσαν τις υποσχέσεις τους για το έτος Υπενθυμίζουμε σε όλους ότι έχουν ταχυδρομηθεί οι Καταστάσεις Υπόσχεσης του Καλού Οικονόμου για το τρέχον έτος. Σας παρακαλούμε να ανανεώσετε την συνδρομή σας το γρηγορώτερο δυνατόν. Η υποστήριξη όλων είναι αναγκαία για την συνέχιση του έργου της Εκκλησίας μας. St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 3
4 LENTEN & HOLY PASCHA EVENTS HIS EMINENCE METROPOLITAN IAKOVOS AT ST. SPYRIDON, FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD, 6:30 P.M. His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos will officiate at the Divine Liturgy of Presanctified Gifts. Following the service, the Philoptochos will be hosting the Lenten Meal. All faithful are invited to attend. Please make every effort to attend this special service. MYROFORES Once again, the tradition of the Myrofores during Holy Week and Pascha continues. The Myrofores, this year, will be led by Eleni Alexakos and Maria Mataragas. Please let them or the church office know that you are willing to participate in the Myrofores. While a white robe is provided, the girls need to come dressed appropriately for church and with white shoes and white stockings. The Myrofores need to be at the church fifteen minutes before the start of the following services: Palm Sunday, April 5 th Service of the Bridegroom 7:00 p.m. Holy Monday, April 6 th - Service of the Bridegroom 7:00 p.m. Holy Tuesday, April 7 th - Service of the Bridegroom 7:00 p.m. Holy Friday, April 10 th The Epitaphios Service 7:30 p.m. Holy Saturday, April 11 th The Resurrection Service 11:00 p.m. PASCHA Sunday, April 12 th The Agape Service 12 noon WANTED!!! FOREIGN LANGUAGE READERS We are looking for foreign language readers for the Agape Service on Sunday, April 12 th at noon. If you can read any language other than Spanish, English and Greek, please contact Fr. Tilemahos. Seniors Christian Fellowship Luncheon Chicago's South Suburban Greek Orthodox Parishes cordially invite their Senior Parishioners on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 to celebrate together our Lord's Holy Resurrection during Bright Week, which is being hosted by the: St. Nicholas Ladies Philoptochos Society S. Kolmar Ave. Oak Lawn, IL Orthros Begins - 8:30 A.M. * Followed by luncheon & fellowship So as to prepare appropriately, please make your reservation by calling the St. Nicholas Church office: Admission: Free of charge HOLY WEEK FLOWERS The Paschal Season is approaching quickly and once again we are asking for your contributions and donations towards the adornment of our St. Spyridon Church during the Lenten and Paschal season. Please call the Church office if you are interested in donating for the flowers. Your generous assistance will be appreciated. DECORATING THE EPITAPHION The Epitaphion of our Lord will be decorated during the All-Night Vigil on Holy Thursday Evening on April 9 th. All parishioners and friends are invited to this beautiful Orthodox Tradition in which everyone can participate. RED PASCHA EGGS The dying and wrapping of the Red Pascha Eggs will be on Thursday, April 9 th, Holy Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is invited to help. 4 The Voice
5 PHILOPTOCHOS NEWS Dear Philoptochos Sisters and fellow Parishioners, Kalo Mina! As we continue our Lenten Journey to Great Pascha, we send everyone our love and the wish of Kalee Anastasee. We are busy getting ready for the up and coming events. On Friday April 3, 2015 we will be having the evening presanctified service with His Eminence present and our annual reception afterwards. We will need help that morning and hope to see all that evening. On Friday also we will be packaging whatever sweets the parishioners are donating for our bake sale on Palm Sunday and to give to those in the nursing homes or who are homebound. Thank you for your generosity. On Saturday at Noon we will be setting up for the Palm Sunday Fish luncheon. If you can, come and help. We are looking forward to the entire parish to be present at the Luncheon as one family to break bread together as we enter Holy Week. We will be visiting the nursing homes and the people who cannot get out during Holy Week. If you want to come with call Toula Georgiopoulos. On Holy Thursday Morning we will be dying the Easter eggs. We can use many hands for this so please come out. We dye over one thousand eggs. Thank you for always supporting Philoptochos which allows us to continue our philanthropic endeavors. We wish all a Happy Easter with your families. With Sisterly Agape, Olga Paxinos, Philoptochos President PHILOPTOCHOS SCHOLARSHIP The St. Spyridon Ladies Philoptochos Society invites all interested high school seniors and current college students to apply for the St. Spyridon Philoptochos Scholarship. The winning applicant will receive a $1000 scholarship from Philoptochos. Applications and information are available on St. Spyridon s website: The deadline for the completed application and supporting documents is June 15, The winner will be notified by September 1, We encourage all interested students to apply for this worthwhile scholarship. On Friday, March 13th, at the Salutations service, His Grace Bishop Demetrios tonsured fourteen of our altar boys as Readers of the Orthodox Church. This is an honor bestowed upon altar boys who have shown years of dedication and training to the liturgical ministry of the Church. The boys who were tonsured were: Athanasios Dagres, George Dagres, Troy Karuntzos, Nicholas Kopanis, Eraklis Labrakis, Anthony Papadatos, Andrew Pappas, Anthony Pappas, John Pappas, Nicholas Pappas, Christos Retsinas, Theodore Retsinas, Charalambos Siannis, and Dimitri Siannis. A festive reception was held by our Philoptochos and our altar boy families. To all our altar boys we proclaim AXIOS! ALTAR BOYS TONSURED St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 5
6 P.T.A. NEWS On Sunday, March 22nd the PTA hosted the Greek Independence Day Luncheon. Thank you to all our amazing Plutarchos students and their teachers for the delightful program that followed! We wish to extend our gratitude to our parish community as well as our community friends for supporting our fundraising efforts. We were able to raise the funds needed to provide the Culture Classes for all our Plutarchos students. On Saturday, March 28th we sponsored this year s Lenten Retreat, My Journey Through Pascha. The children enjoyed a lenten breakfast, games, crafts, & discussions during the fun filled and educational day! Many thanks to all our volunteers, teachers, parents and donors who helped make this retreat possible. Special thanks to Dana Vasilakos & Zoe Kopanis for putting together this wonderful retreat. On Sunday, March 29th we finished the month celebrating our Greek Heritage by participating in this year s Greektown Independence Day Parade. UPCOMING EVENTS April 4-16: Greek School Pascha vacation Saturday, April 4th: Join us for Divine Liturgy on Saturday of Lazarus followed by our annual pancake breakfast and making of the palms. Warm up with cakes, coffee & company as we weave beautiful crosses for Palm Sunday! We will have our Frappe Cafe open! REMINDERS PTA will be selling Easter Candles for $20 every Sunday and on Mondays & Fridays during Greek School. Frappe Cafe - stop in and enjoy a drink in our cafe on Fridays during Greek School & on Sundays in April after liturgy. Serving nescafe, frappe, hot cocoa, & Greek mountain tea. Greek School Yearbooks - Don t forget to order your yearbook. We are also accepting ads (free yearbook with placement of ad)! Today s moments are tomorrow s memories - preserve them, for the richness of life lies in them! Angela Evangelopoulos, P.T.A. President SUNDAY SCHOOL This has been a very busy month for Sunday School. Our students have completed their Oratorical Festival projects. Many can be seen displayed in the gym. Thanks to all the teachers who helped their students with these projects, as well as the parents who made it a priority to get these completed. Our Lenten journey continues with our annual Youth Pancake breakfast and Making of the Palms on the Saturday of Lazarus, April 4 th. Please bring your children to this memorable service & help prepare for Palm Sunday. Every year, those who attend have a great time. We will also have Sunday School on Palm Sunday, and resume classes on April 19 th. Zoe Kopanis, Sunday School Director 6 The Voice
7 FANARI CAMP 2015 SUMMER CAMP Fanari Camp is a ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago, and it offers the youth of the Metropolis entering their 6th grade school year through their 11th grade school year the ability to share their common faith and heritage through its many programs. Literally thousands of young people have attended the camp throughout the years, often attending all six years as campers and then serving as staff members. Hundreds of young adults have donated their time to serve as counselors and mentors to our campers since the beginning of this ministry. Countless lifelong friendships have been gained and strengthened through the camp. This year we re anticipating an exciting summer at Fanari Camp, as we move into our brand new facility at the St. Iakovos Retreat Center in Kansasville, WI! Great new buildings, great new food, great new program, same great staff, same great songs, same great games and the same enduring camp spirit! Also this year, we will be switching to an online camper registration form. Mark your calendars for the following dates of camp to choose from: Session 1 June th-11th grade Session 2 June th & 11th grade ONLY Session 3 July th-11th grade Session 4 July th-11th grade More information about registration will follow soon. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Dn. Chris Avramopoulos at or We look forward to seeing you all this summer! St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 7
8 Tuesday, March 17th the students enjoyed an in-school field trip presented by Dimitra Georgouses, educational director of the National Hellenic Museum and our Plutarchos Greek School graduate. The theme of the presentation was Spirit of a Hero. The students learned the difference between a myth, a legend and history. The presentation also included making a shield to take home. It was a fun and educational experience. Our school will be closing April 3rd through April 13th for Pascha break. We would like to wish everyone a blessed Holy Week and a Glorious Pascha! 8 The Voice
9 ARCHANGELS ACADEMY 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Founded in 2005, Preschool is thriving. As we celebrate our 10th year, we are grateful for the ongoing love and support of Fr. Tilemahos, Presbytera Georgia, the Parish Council and our entire church community. Our children continue to receive a rich, bilingual education from a loving staff, headed by Ms. Jan Prible, along with Kyria Katerina Alexakos, and Mrs. Sofia Malamis. We are in the midst of planning our Graduation, Banquet, and Raffle to be held on May 21st at Odyssey Country Club. All Alumni classes are invited to join us! With a theme of Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, we have many fun and colorful projects in the works. For more information and Raffle tickets please contact Demetria or Tessie Presents CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF FUN!!! SUMMER CAMP June 1st- June 12th Monday through Friday * 9am to 12noon CAMP IS OPEN TO 4-6 YEAR OLDS. Camp will be held five days a week for two weeks. You may register for one week or both. Fee includes a t-shirt and daily snacks. Curriculum will include themed arts and crafts, Greek, religion, language, math and science concepts. CAMP OPTIONS June 1st - 5th ($85) June 8th - 12th ($85) June 1st - 12th ($150) CHERUBS March has been a fun month with our little ones. Our focus has been on spring. We had a great session learning about farm animals and the sounds they make. We also crafted Easter eggs, chicks, and Greek flags. We wish you all Kalo Pascha! Καλή ανάσταση! Janine Riley Georgiopoulos St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 9
10 10 The Voice GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
11 GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 11
12 PARISH EVENTS & REGISTRY St. Spyridon s P.T.A. invites the children and families of the parish to worship together at the Saturday of Lazarus Divine Liturgy followed by the Annual Communion Pancake Breakfast Saturday, April 4th Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8:00 am After Liturgy, please join us for the Lenten Communion Pancake Breakfast and preparation of the palms for Palm Sunday Worship. This is a wonderful Lenten opportunity to come together as a family to prepare the palms and enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast. Students are encouraged to prepare themselves through prayer, fasting and confession to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion. CUSTODIAN WANTED After many years of dedicated service, our custodian Angelo Nassis is retiring. We are currently looking for a new custodian who can take care the cleaning and light maintenance of our church edifice. The job is for about twenty hours a week, mainly morning hours, and the salary is negotiable. Anyone interested in the position please contact the church office at JR. OLYMPICS Τhe Annual Junior Olympics will take place on May 22nd 24th, 2015 at Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Palos Hills. Our community will be represented by numerous athletes in individual sports and teams in softball, soccer, basketball and volleyball. If you are interested in joining a team or competing for an individual sport, please contact Mr. John Angelos, Athletic Director, or the Church Office. All coaches and volunteers for the Jr. Olympics are invited to an organizational meeting at church on Thursday, April 16th, at 7:00 p.m. We are always looking for new people to join our veteran volunteers to help with signing up the kids and organizing the practices and athletes for basketball, volleyball, soccer, and softball, swimming, track, tennis, and much more. IN MEMORIAM FUNERAL Andrew Besbekos fell asleep in the Lord on March 18th. His funeral took place on March 23rd at Saint Spyridon, and his internment was at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. Maria Mastorakos fell asleep in the Lord on March 24th. Her funeral took place on March 27th at Saint Spyridon, and her internment was at Bethania Cemetery May their memory be eternal! MEMORIALS Sunday, March 8th 40 days for Vasilios Rodogiannis Sunday, March 15th 4 years for John Kapetan 26 years for Bertha Kapetan 20 years for Stella Nickel 5 years for Leonidas Moustakas 15 years for Despina Moustakas Sunday, March 22nd 18 years for Stamata Vythoulkas Sunday, March 29th 40 days for Christos Polyzos 3 months for John Hrousalas 1 year for George Dandinidis May their memory be eternal! BAPTISMS The son of Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Wolfe was baptized on March 7th and given the name Levi John. Mr. Jonathan Wolfe was the sponsor. The son of Mr. & Mrs. Spyridon Marinopoulos was baptized on March 28th and given the name Panagiotis Dionysios.. Mr. & Mrs. Spiro Tzanetakos were the sponsors. 12 The Voice
13 National Sisterhood of Presvyteres hosted by St. Spyridon On March 13th-15th, the Board and Representatives of the Archdiocesan Sisterhood of Presvyteres was hosted by our community of Saint Spyridon. His Grace Bishop Demetrios was at the Salutations service on March 13th to welcome the Presvyteres, and on Saturday night, His Grace had dinner with them at Athena Restaurant. During their stay they had a productive meeting and great fellowship. Many thanks to our Philoptochos, our P.T.A., to all our donors, volunteers, and our entire community who made the Presvyteres feel welcomed. GREEK TOWN PARADE On Sunday, March 29th, our Plutarchos and Archangels families braved the cold and wind in order to march at the Greektown Parade in honor of Greek Independence Day. The theme for this year s float was the 10th Anniversary of our. While it was a little windy, the sun came out as soon as we were marching. Everyone had a great time marching down Halsted Street with all the other Greek Schools and organizations. Many thanks to all who volunteered and helped with getting our students, our flags and banners to Greektown. St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 13
14 ΚΟΙΝΟΤΙΚΑ ΝΕΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ ΣΧΟΛΕΙΟ ΠΛΟΥΤΑΡΧΟΣ Την Παρασκευή, 3 Απριλίου, το Ελληνικό Σχολείο μας διακόπτει τα μαθήματά του για τις Εορτές της Μεγάλης Εβδομάδας και του Αγίου Πάσχα. Θα λειτουργήσει πάλι κανονικά την Παρασκευή, 17 Απριλίου, στις 4:30 μ.μ. Το Σάββατο, 4 Απριλίου, Σάββατο του Λαζάρου οι μαθητές του Ελληνικού και Κατηχητικού Σχολείου θα εκκλησιασθούν, θα κοινωνήσουν και μετά την Θεία Λειτουργία θα έχουν πρωινό και στην συνέχεια θα ετοιμάσουν τα βάια και τα στραυρουλάκια για την Κυριάκη των Βαϊων. ΛΟΥΛΟΥΔΙΑ ΜΕΓΑΛΗΣ ΤΕΣΣΑΡΑΚΟΣΤΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΣΧΑ Φέτος και πάλι, παρακαλούμε όλους όσους έχουν την ευχαρίστηση να προσφέρουν χρήματα για την αγορά λουλούδιων για τον στολισμό των εικόνων της Μεγάλης Εβδομάδας, του Επιταφίου, καθώς και για τις γλάστρες με τα παραδοσιακά κρίνα, να επικοινωνήσουν με το γραφείο της Εκκλησίας μας. PASCHA GREETINGS From our Priests Fr. Tilemahos, Fr. Athenagoras, & Fr. George Massouras the President of the Parish Council Mr. James Korbakes and the board members the President of the Philoptochos Mrs. Olga Paxinos and its members the President of the P.T.A. Angela Evangelopoulos and its members the Teachers of, the Greek and Sunday Schools the Church Staff and all the Parish Organizations wish all parishioners a Blessed Lent and a Glorious Pascha! ΒΑΨΙΜΟ ΑΥΓΩΝ Όλοι μας είμαστε καλεσμένοι να βοηθήσουμε στο βάψιμο των κόκκινων αυγών που θα γίνει την Μεγάλη Πέμπτη, 9 Απριλίου, αρχίζοντας στις 10:00 π.μ. μετά την Θεία Λειτουργία. ΕΟΡΤΗ ΤΗΣ ΜΗΤΕΡΑΣ Τήν Κυριακή 10 Μαΐου, ἑορταστικό γεῦμα θά δωθεῖ στήν Κοινοτική Αἲθουσα πρός τιμήν τῆς ἑορτῆς τῆς Μητέρας, μετά τήν Θεία Λειτουργία. Παρακαλοῦμε νά τηλεφωνήσετε στό Γραφεῖο γιά κλείσεις θέσεων. ΑΠΟΘΗΚΗ ΤΡΟΦΙΜΩΝ Μή ξεχνάτε ότι η εκκλησία μας παρέχει τρόφιμα σε 17 οικογένειες που έχουν ανάγκη. Μπορείτε να φέρετε τις δωρεές σας στο κοινοτικό γραφείο. 14 The Voice
15 Wednesday, April 1st Friday, April 3rd Saturday, April 4th Sunday, April 5th Monday, April 6th Tuesday, April 7th Wednesday, April 8th Thursday, April 9th Friday, April 10th Saturday, April 11th Sunday, April 12th Tuesday, April 14th Wednesday, April 15th Friday, April 17th Sunday, April 19th Monday, April 20th Wednesday, April 22nd Thursday, April 23rd Saturday, April 25th Sunday, April 26th Schedule of Divine Services Agiasmos 9:00 a.m. * The 9th Hour & Pre-Sanctified Liturgy 6:30 p.m. Confession 10:00 a.m. The 9th Hour & Hierarchical Pre-Sanctified Liturgy 6:30 p.m. Saturday of Lazarus, Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8 a.m. Holy Confession 11 a.m. * Great Vespers - 6:00 p.m. Palm Sunday - Orthros, Divine Liturgy & Blessing of Palms- 8:00 a.m. Bridegroom Service (Nymphios) - 7:00 pm HOLY MONDAY, Pre-Sanctified Liturgy 8:00 a.m. * Confession 10:00 a.m. Bridegroom Service (Nymphios) - 7:00 p.m. HOLY TUESDAY, Pre-Sanctified Liturgy 8:00 a.m. * Confession 10:00 a.m. Bridegroom Service (Nymphios) (Tropario of Kassiani) - 7:00 p.m. HOLY WEDNESDAY, Pre-Sanctified Liturgy 8:00 a.m. Confession 10:00 a.m. * Holy Unction Service 4:00 p.m. Orthros of Holy Thursday - 7:00 p.m. (Holy Unction will be given to the faithful during the service) HOLY THURSDAY, Vespers & Divine Liturgy of St. Basil 8:00 a.m. Confession 10:00 a.m. Holy Passions Service, Reading of the 12 Gospels followed by the All Night Vigil and decorating of the Epitaphio 6:30 p.m. HOLY FRIDAY, Great & Royal Hours 8:00 a.m. Apokathelosis Service (Descent of Christ from the Cross) - 4:00 p.m. Lamentation Service & Procession of the Epitaphio 7:30 p.m. HOLY SATURDAY Vespers & Divine Liturgy of St. Basil 6:00 a.m. Vespers & Divine Liturgy of St. Basil 8:30 a.m. Confession 11:00 a.m. MIDNIGHT RESURRECTION SERVICE -11 pm HOLY PASCHA ORTHROS & PASCHAL DIVINE LITURGY 12 a.m. Agape Vespers, Reading of the Gospel in many languages - 12 noon. Raphael, Nicholas & Irene, Orthros, Divine Liturgy & Artoklasia 8:00 a.m. ICONOGRAPHY Christian Philoxenia at St. Nicholas, Oak PROJECT Lawn, Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8:30 a.m The final phase of our iconography Life Giving Fountain of Mother of God, will be completed by August Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8:00 a.m. Below you will find a list of the Sunday of Thomas, Orthros & Divine icons still available for donation and Liturgy 8:00 a.m. the remaining balance on each. Paraklesis 6:00 p.m. Vespers at St. George Church 7:00 p.m. Raising of Lazaros $11,750 St. George the Trophybearer Orthros & Veneration by Magi $11,910 Divine Liturgy 8:00 a.m. Flight to Egypt $14,900 Great Vespers - 6:00 p.m. Icon of St. Spyridon $11,200 Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8:00 a.m. Last Supper $12,875 St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 15
16 April 2015 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 5 PALM SUNDAY Palm Sunday Luncheon & Bake Sale Sunday School 12 PASCHA 19 Sunday School 26 Sunday School 6 HOLY MONDAY 13 Bright Week (No fasting all week) No community activities (parish office closed) 7 HOLY TUESDAY 14 Parish Council Mtg-7 pm 1 Cherubs 10:30 a.m. Bible Studay 10:30 a.m. Lenten Meal hosted by the Altar Boys 8 HOLY WEDNESDAY 15 Christian Philoxenia Cherubs 10:30 a.m. 2 9 HOLY THURSDAY 16 Jr. Olympics Meeting 7pm 3 Greek School 4:30 p.m. Lenten Meal hosted by the Philoptochos 10 HOLY FRIDAY GREAT & HOLY WEEK Consult Calendar on pg. 15 for Schedule of Divine Services / Πρόγραμμα Ιερών Ακολουθιών στην σελ Greek School-4:30 pm Byzantine Music 5pm Bible Study- 7pm 27 Greek School-4:30 pm Byzantine Music 5pm Bible Study- 7pm t h A n n i v e r s a r y Meeting 7pm Cherubs 10:30 a.m. Bible Study 10:30 a.m. Iconography - 6 pm 29 Cherubs 10:30 a.m. Iconography - 6 pm Greek School 4:30 p.m. 24 Greek School 4:30 p.m. 4 Saturday of Lazarus Communion Breakfast (hosted by the P.T.A.) and making of the Palms 11 HOLY SATURDAY 18 Metropolis Oratorical Festival 25 Altar Boy Mtg 10:30 am Handmaidens 10:30 am HOPE 10:30 a.m. Pee-Wee Ball 11:30 a.m
17 ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ ΙΕΡΩΝ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΙΩΝ Τετάρτη, 1 η Ἀπριλίου Ἁγιασμός 9:00 π.μ. * Προηγιασμένη Λειτουργία 6:30 μ.μ.. Παρασκευή, 3 η Ἀπριλίου Ἱερά Ἐξομολόγηση -10 π.μ. Ἀρχιερατική Προηγιασμένη Λειτουργία 6:30 μ.μ.. Σάββατο, 4 η Ἀπριλίου Σάββατο τοῦ Λαζάρου - Ὂρθρος & Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Ἱερά Ἐξομολόγηση -12 μ.μ. * Ἐσπερινός -6:00 μ.μ. Κυριακή, 5 η Ἀπριλίου Κυριακή τῶν Βαΐων, Ὂρθρος & Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Ἀκολουθία τοῦ Νυμφίου - 7:00 μ.μ. Δευτέρα, 6 η Ἀπριλίου Μεγάλη Δευτέρα, Προηγιασμένη Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Ἱερά Ἐξομολόγηση -10 π.μ. * Ἀκολουθία τοῦ Νυμφίου - 7:00 μ.μ. Τρίτη, 7 η Ἀπριλίου Μεγάλη Τρίτη, Προηγιασμένη Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Ἱερά Ἐξομολόγηση 10 π.μ. * Ἀκολουθία τοῦ Νυμφίου - 7:00 μ.μ. Τετάρτη, 8 η Ἀπριλίου Μεγάλη Τετάρτη, Προηγιασμένη Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Εὐχέλαιο -4 μ.μ. * Ὂρθρος τῆς Μ. Πέμπτης - 7:00 μ.μ. Πέμπτη, 9 η Ἀπριλίου Ἁγία καί Μεγάλη Πέμπτη Ἐσπερινός καί Θεία Λειτουργία τοῦ Μ. Βασιλείου -8:00 π.μ. * Ἱερά Ἐξομολογηση -10 π.μ. Ἀκολουθία τῶν Παθῶν -6:30 μ.μ. * Ἀγρυπνία Παρασκευή 10 η Ἀπριλίου Ἁγία καί Μεγάλη Παρασκευή Ἀκολουθία τῶν Βασιλικῶν Ὡρῶν -8π.μ. Ἑσπερινός τῆς Ἀποκαθήλωσης -4:00 μ.μ. Ἀκολουθία τοῦ Ἐπιταφίου -7:30 μ.μ. Σἀββατο, 11 η Ἀπριλίου Μεγάλο Σάββατο Ἐσπερινἠ Θεία Λειτουργία Μ. Βασιλείου 6:00 π.μ. & 8:30 π.μ. Iερά Ἐξομολογηση -11 π.μ. Μεσονυκτική Ἀκολουθία -11:00 μ.μ. Κυριακή 12 η Ἀπριλίου ΑΓΙΟΝ ΠΑΣΧΑ Ὂρθρος καί Ἀναστάσιμη Θεία Λειτουργία -12:00 π.μ. Ἐσπερινός τῆς Ἀγάπης -12 μ.μ. Τρίτη 14 η Ἀπριλίου Ἁγίων Ραφαήλ, Νικολάου καί Εἰρήνης, Ὂρθρος καί Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Τετάρτη 15 η Ἀπριλίου Χριστιανική Φιλοξενία στον Ἃγιον Nικόλαον Ὂρθρος καί Λειτουργία -8:30 π.μ. Παρασκευή 17 η Ἀπριλίου Ζωοδόχου Πηγῆς - Ὂρθρος καί Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Κυριακή 19 η Ἀπριλίου Κυριακή του Θωμά - Ὂρθρος καί Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Δευτέρα 20 η Ἀπριλίου Παράκληση -6:00 μ.μ. Πέμπτη 23 η Απριλίου Ἁγίου Γεωργίου τοῦ Τροπαιοφόρου Ὂρθρος & Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ. Σάββατο 25 η Ἀπριλίου Ἐσπερινός -6:00 μ.μ. Κυριακή 26 η Ἀπριλίου Κυριακή τῶν Μυροφόρων - Ὂρθρος & Θεία Λειτουργία -8:00 π.μ St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church 17
18 St. Spyridon Hellenic Orthodox Church S. Ridgeland Avenue Palos Heights, IL Address Correction Requested Attend Church Regularly with Your Family! Bulk Rate U.S. Postage PAID Permit #52 Palos Heights, IL. CALENDAR OF EVENTS April 1st Parish Council Meeting April 3rd Pre-Sanctified Liturgy with His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos officiating April 4th Saturday of Lazarus Communion & Breakfast April 5th Palm Sunday Luncheon April 8th 19th Holy Week & Pascha April 15th Seniors Fellowship April 21st 100th Anniversary Meeting May 10th Mother s Day Luncheon May 17th Philoptochos Luncheon at Greek Islands May 21st Archangels 10th Anniversary Graduation Banquet May 22nd 24th Jr. Olympics May 24th Tree of Love Memorial May 31st Sunday School Graduation Please join us on Sunday, April 5th Orthros & Divine Liturgy beginning at 8 a.m. Immediately following the Divine Liturgy the Philoptochos Invites you to a Palm Sunday Luncheon Adults $15.00 Children $7.00 Please make your reservations by April 2nd By calling the Church SAVE THE DATE!!! ST. SPYRIDON SUMMER FESTIVAL JULY 11th & 12th, 2015
- ANNUNCIATION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΟΡΘΟΔΟΞΟΣ ΚΟΙΝΟΤΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΣΜΟΥ DECEMBER 2015 Monthly Bulletin and Events Schedule Father Evan Evangelidis, Parish Priest 2 P a g e Table of Contents ΦΥΛΛΑΔΙΟ
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Holy Trinity will host the annual Clergy Family Dinner for His Eminence, Metropolitan Evangelos and our Delaware Valley Clergy and their families Wednesday, April 15, 2015 @ 1pm The Altar Guild John Lazare:
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ANNUNCIATION ORTHODOX CHURCH ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΟΡΘΟΔΟΞΟΣ ΚΟΙΝΟΤΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΣΜΟΥ OCTOBER 2015 Monthly Bulletin and Events Schedule Father Evan Evangelidis, Parish Priest Table of Contents ΦΥΛΛΑΔΙΟ ΟΚΤΩΒΡΙΟΥ 2015...
Dear Friends, Please note attached information on a fundraising event for SOS Children s Villages, organised by the Hellenic Society of Imperial College in London. Thank you and Best Regards, Patty Apostolopoulou
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Topic 1: Describe yourself Write your name, your nationality, your hobby, your pet. Write where you live. Χρησιμοποίησε το and. WRITE your paragraph in 40-60 words... 1 Topic 2: Describe your room Χρησιμοποίησε
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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
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