1 ASSUMPTION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
3 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 the feasts of the church, but for the individual, each and every day we must commemorate His crucifixion and celebrate His resurrection. The hymns of Pascha are not chanted in the church, but must always resonate in our hearts. One of the most challenging disciplines for us as Christians is to develop a prayer rule that consistently reminds us of His sacrifice and subsequent great gift to us. So what should we do? Each day, at 9 a.m. (for His crucifixion), 12 Noon (for His surrender of His spirit) and 3 p.m. (for His removal from the Cross), remember to recite the Jesus prayer silently wherever you may be (start with 3 times and progress to 33 times) and end with the Lord s Prayer. Begin each day with a prayer thanking God for keeping you through the night and end each day asking him to keep you and your loved ones safe. Always bless your food and yourself before and after meals. Just a few moments of everyday to remember His awesome presence in our lives. Worshipping His Crucifixion and 3 rd Day Blessed Resurrection daily, I remain, In His Service, Rev. Father Jon Boukis PROISTAMENOS
4 Congratulations to our kids with near perfect Attendance!!! With 2 Absences Evan Dounoulis Naina Biju Ninan With 1 Absence Daniel Dounoulis Lydia Dounoulis Perfect Attendance!!! Vasilia Boukis RUMMAGE SALE It s never too early to donate to the rummage sale. The classrooms are ready to store your clean, gently used treasures until August. You may bring them on Sundays. Leave them in your car and you can unload them during coffee hour. Congratulations to our Officers elect to be affirmed September 7 th Pam Collier, President Yvonne Constantinou, 1 st VP Roseanne Monn, Treasurer Helen Haney, Assistant Treasurer Celia Lubbers Recording Secretary Allison Dounoulis Corresponding Secretary Kulla Anggeloplos Sunshine Chairperson
5 The Handmaiden of God, Eleni Panouses, was given an Orthodox Funeral at the Assumption Church on April 7, May Her Memory be Eternal! The Handmaiden of God, Haline Akulow, was given an Orthodox Funeral at the Assumption Church on April 13, May Her Memory be Eternal! The Handmaiden of God, Helen Pappademos, was given an Orthodox Funeral at the Assumption Church on May 13, May Her Memory be Eternal! The Handmaiden of God, Sophia (Suzanne) Blank, was received into the Orthodox Faith through Holy Baptism at the Assumption Church on April 19, Her Godmother is Pam Collier. May God grant you many years! The Handmaiden of God, Angeliki (Annie) Dokolas, was received into the Orthodox Faith through Holy Baptism at the Assumption Church on May 25, Her Godmother is Arlene Gust. May God grant you many years! The Handmaiden of God, Elianna (Olive) Dokolas, was received into the Orthodox Faith through Holy Baptism at the Assumption Church on May 25, Her Godmother is Katherine Moraetes. May God grant you many years! 2 nd Carol Pappaspiros 4 th Pete Lingris 6 th Cyleigh Maess 6 th Paraskevi Stamatoukos 7 th Carla Papageorgiou 8 th Andromahi Harrison 9 th Evangelos Dounoulis 10 th Aimee Arvanitis 10 th Orion Naco 11 th Allison Dounoulis 13 th Elianna Lovejoy 15 th Sofia Grunwald 19 th Tracey Theofilis 20 th Jeffery Staken 21 st Deana Olvera-Mundt 23 rd Bill Bagatelas 26 th George Lingris 29 th Christine Bagatelas 30 th Sophia Anderson 30 th Matt Miller Just a few of the Saints that are commemorated in June th St. Bartholomew 24 th St. Elizabeth, Mother of J. Bap. 29 st Ss. Peter and Paul 30 th All Saints
6 Celebrated June 8 th Such, therefore, are the reasons for the feast of Pentecost: the coming of the All-holy Spirit into the world, the completion of the Lord Jesus Christ's promise, and the fulfillment of the hope of the sacred disciples, which we celebrate today. This is the final feast of the great mystery and dispensation of God's incarnation. On this last, and great, and saving day of Pentecost, the Apostles of the Savior, who were unlearned fishermen, made wise now of a sudden by the Holy Spirit, clearly and with divine authority spoke the heavenly doctrines. They became heralds of the truth and teachers of the whole world. On this day they were ordained and began their apostleship, of which the salvation of those three thousand souls in one day was the comely and marvelous first fruit. That which came to pass at Pentecost, then, was the ordination of the Apostles, the commencement of the apostolic preaching to the nations, and the inauguration of the priesthood of the new Israel. Therefore, together with the baptism of the Holy Spirit which came upon them who were present in the upper chamber, which the Lord had foretold as recorded in the Acts, "ye shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days hence" (Acts 1:5), the Apostles were also appointed and raised to the high priestly rank, according to Saint John Chrysostom. On this day commenced the celebration of the Holy Eucharist by which we become "partakers of the Divine Nature" (II Peter 1:4). For before Pentecost, it is said of the Apostles and disciples only that they abode in "prayer and supplication" (Acts 1:14); it is only after the coming of the Holy Spirit that they persevered in the "breaking of bread," that is, the communion of the Holy Mysteries- "and in prayer" (Acts 2:42).
7 Celebrated June 29 th Paul, the chosen vessel of Christ, the glory of the Church, the Apostle of the Nations and teacher of the whole world, was a Jew by race, of the tribe of Benjamin, having Tarsus as his homeland. He was a Roman citizen, fluent in the Greek language, an expert in knowledge of the Law. For this cause, from the beginning, Paul was a most fervent zealot for the traditions of the Jews and a great persecutor of the Church of Christ; at that time, his name was Saul. In his great passion of rage and fury against the disciples of the Lord, he went to Damascus bearing letters of introduction from the high priest. His intention was to bring the disciples of Christ back to Jerusalem in bonds. As he was approaching Damascus, about midday there suddenly shone upon him a light from Heaven. Falling on the earth, he heard a voice saying to him, "Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou Me?" And he asked, "Who art Thou, Lord?" And the Lord said, "I am Jesus Whom thou persecutest; it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks." And that heavenly voice and brilliance made him tremble, and he was blinded for a time. He was led by the hand into the city, and on account of a divine revelation to the Apostle Ananias, he was baptized by him, and both his bodily and spiritual eyes were opened to the knowledge of the Sun of Righteousness. And straightway- O wondrous transformation! - beyond all expectation, he spoke with boldness in the synagogues, proclaiming that "Christ is the Son of God" (Acts 9:1-21). As for his zeal in preaching the Gospel after these things had come to pass, as for his unabating labors and afflictions of diverse kinds, the wounds, the prisons, the bonds, the beatings, the stonings, the shipwrecks, the journeys, the perils on land, on sea, in cities, in wildernesses, the continual vigils, the daily fasting, the hunger, the thirst, the nakedness, and all those other things that he endured for the Name of Christ, and which he underwent before nations and kings and the Israelites, and above all, his care for all the churches, his fiery longing for the salvation of all, whereby he became all things to all men, that he might save them all if possible, and because of which, with his heart aflame, he continuously traveled throughout all parts, visiting them all, and like a bird of heaven flying from Asia and Europe, the West and East, neither staying nor abiding in any one place - all these things are related in the Book of the Acts, and as he himself tells them in his Epistles. Having completed the work of his ministry, he likewise ended his life in martyrdom when he was beheaded in Rome during the reign of Nero, at the same time, some say, when Peter was crucified.
8 Sunday Monday Tuesday Sunday of Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council Orthros 9:00am Divine Liturgy 10:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour All-English Divine Liturgy Sunday of Holy Pentecost Orthros 9:00am Divine Liturgy 10:00am Kneeling Service of Pentecost Family Worship Coffee Hour Sunday of All Saints Orthros 9:00am Divine Liturgy 10:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour +Sacrament :00pm - Festival Meeting :30pm - Parish Council Meeting nd Sunday of Matthew Orthros 9:00am Divine Liturgy 10:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour Feast of Ss. Peter and Paul Orthros 9:00am Divine Liturgy 10:00am Family Worship Coffee Hour 30 Feast of the Synaxis of the Holy Apostles Divine Liturgy 9:00am
9 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Saturday of the Souls Divine Liturgy 10:00am Festal Great Vespers All Saints (Peoria, IL) 6:00pm 21 Fanari Summer Camp (Fr. Jon at Camp) 25 Greek Cultural Festival Setup 5pm Greek Cultural Festival 5pm-12am Greek Cultural Festival 9am-12am 28 Fasting Symbols Strict Fast Wine and Oil Allowed Fish Allowed Fast Free
10 June 1 Sunday Sunday of the Fathers of the 1st Ec. Council 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 7 Saturday Saturday of the Souls 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 8 Sunday Sunday of Holy Pentecost 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 15 Sunday Sunday of All Saints 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 22 Sunday 2 nd Sunday of Matthew 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 29 Sunday Feast of Ss. Peter and Paul 9:00 a.m. Orthros 10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy June 30 Monday Feast of the Synaxis of the Holy Apostles 9:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy Πρόγραμμα Ιερών Ακολουθίων 1 Ιουνίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Ζ των Αγίων Πατέρων (Α Οίκ. Ζυν.) 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 7 Ιουνίου Σάββατο Ψυχοσάββατο 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 8 Ιουνίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Η της Πεντηκοστής 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 15 Ιουνίου Κυριακή Κυριακή των Αγίων Πάντων 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 22 Ιουνίου Κυριακή Κυριακή Β του Ματθαίου 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 29 Ιουνίου Κυριακή Απόστολοι Πετρός και Παύλος 9:00 π.μ. Όρθρος 10:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία 30 Ιουνίου Δευτέρα Σύναξις των Αγίων Αποστόλων 9:00 π.μ. Θεία Λειτουργία
11 Prosforo Schedule June 1 Cathy Diakogeorgiou June 8 Kulla Anggeloplos June 15 Katherine Moraetes June 22 Maria Kotrogiannis June 29 Ludmilla Cherevko Coffee Hour June 1 Not Yet Reserved June 8 Not Yet Reserved June 15 Marina Pikis June 22 Not Yet Reserved June 29 Not Yet Reserved Sunday Gospel and Epistle Readings June 1 Gospel John 7:37-52, 8:12 Epistle Acts 2:1-10 June 8 Gospel John 7:37-52, 8:12 Epistle Acts 2:1-10 June 15 Gospel Matthew 10:32-33, 37-38, 19:27-30 Epistle Hebrews 11:33-12:2 June 22 Gospel Matthew 4:18-23 Epistle Romans 2:10-16 June 29 Gospel Matthew 16:13-19 Epistle II Cor. 11:21-12:9 Parish Council Ushering Schedule June July August 1 st - Mike Haney 8 th - Dennis Collier 15 th - John Stopoulos 22 nd - Cathy Diakogeorgiou 29 th - Orest Akulow 6 th - Matt Miller 13 th - Paris Fotos 20 th - Mike Haney 27 th - Dennis Collier 3 rd - John Stopoulos 10 th - Cathy Diakogeorgiou 17 th - Orest Akulow 24 th - Matt Miller 31 st - 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.
12 Κυριακή της Αγίας Πεντηκοστής 8 Ιουνίου Μετά την Ανάληψη του Κυρίου στους ουρανούς, οι Απόστολοι και οι υπόλοιποι μαθητές του, καθώς και οι γυναίκες που απο την αρχή τον είχαν ακολουθήσει, η Παναγία Παρθένος Μαρία η Μητέρα του και τα αδέλφια του, περίπου όλοι μαζί 120 άτομα, γύρισαν απο το όρος των Ελαιών στην Ιερουσαλήμ και, μπαίνοντας στο σπίτι όπου έμεναν, ανέβηκαν στο υπερώο, δηλαδή στον πάνω όροφο του σπιτιού και εκεί, περίμεναν με προσευχή την επιφοίτηση του Αγίου Πνεύματος, σύμφωνα με την υπόσχεση του Σωτήρα Χριστού. Στο μεταξή εκεί, εξέλεξαν και τον Ματθία και τον συναρίθμησαν με τους ένδεκα Αποστόλους. Κυριακή των Άγιων Πάντων 30 Ιουνίου Τον κάθε ένα απο τους γνωστούς Αγίους, τιμούμε ειδικά σε κάποια μέρα του χρόνου. Επειδή όμως πολλοί μας είναι άγνωστοι και ο αριθμός τους πολλαπλασιάστηκε κατά καιρούς, γι αυτό η Εκκλησία όρισε, μια συγκεκριμένη γιορτή. Έτσι λοιπόν την ημέρα αυτή, τιμάμε με ευλάβεια όλους τους Δικαίους, Προφήτες, Όσιους, άνδρες και γυναίκες μαζί, γνωστούς και άγνωστους, όσους απο τον Αδάμ μέχρι τώρα απεβίωσαν με ευσέβεις και με τα καλά τους έργα δόξασαν τον Θεό. Αυτούς όλους και αυτές επίσης τις στρατιές των Αγγέλων, πρίν απ αυτούς δε και μαζί με όλους την Παναγία Θεοτόκο και αειπάρθενο Μαρία, τιμάμε σήμερα με την παρούσα γιορτή, προβάλλοντας τη ζωή της σαν παράδειγμα αρετής. Και παρακαλούμε όλους αυτούς τους Αγίους να πρεσβεύουν στον Θεό για μας προκειμένου η χάρη και το άπειρο έλεός Του να είναι μαζί με όλους μας.
13 Αποστόλοι Πέτρος και Παύλος Οι Πρωτοκορυφαίοι Απόστολοι ΠΕΤΡΟΣ και ΠΑΥΛΟΣ 29 Ιουνίου Ο Πέτρος καταγόταν απο τη Βηθσαϊδά της Γαλιλαίας και ήταν γιός του Ιωνά, αδελφός του αποστόλου Ανδρέα του Πρωτοκλήτου και ήταν ψαράδες στη λίμνη Γεννησαρέτ. Είχε νυμφευθεί στην Καπερναούμ, όπου έμενε οικογενειακά, μαζί με την πεθερά του. Ψαράς στο επάγγελμα, ήταν τύπος αυθόρμητος, ορμητικός, και η ζωή του κοντά στο Χριστό τη μαθαίνουμε απο τα τέσσερα Ευαγγέλια, ενώ την αποστολική του δράση, απο τις Πράξεις τών Αποστόλων. Έγραψε και δύο Καθολικές Επιστολές, μέσα στις οποίες, να τί προτρέπει στους χριστιανούς: "Νήψατε, γρηγορήσατε, ο αντίδικος υμών διάβολος ώς λέων ωμυόμενος περιπατεί ζητών τίνα καταπίη". Δηλαδή εγκρατευθείτε, γίνετε άγρυπνοι και προσεκτικοί. Διότι ο αντίπαλος και κατήγοράς σας διάβολος, σαν λιοντάρι που βρυχάται, περιπατεί με μανία και ζητάει ποιόν να τραβήξει μακριά απο την πίστη για να τον καταπιεί. Μετά την Ανάληψη του Κυρίου, ο Πέτρος, δίδαξε το Ευαγγέλιο στην Ιουδαία, στην Αντιόχεια, στον Πόντο, στην Γαλατία, στην Καππαδοκία, στην Ασία και τη Βιθυνία. Κατά την παράδοση (που σημαίνει ότι δεν είναι απόλυτα ιστορικά διασταυρωμένο) έφτασε μέχρι τη Ρώμη, όπου επί Νέρωνος (54-68) υπέστη μαρτυρικό θάνατο, αφού τον σταύρωσαν χιαστί, με το κεφάλι προς τα κάτω. Ο δε Παύλος γεννήθηκε στην Ταρσό της Κιλικίας και στην αρχή ήταν σκληρός διώκτης του χριστιανισμού. Όμως, με θαύμα γνώρισε το Χριστό και έγινε ο μεγαλύτερος κήρυκας του Ευαγγελίου, θυσιάζοντας μάλιστα και τη ζωή του γι αυτό. Ονομάστηκε Απόστολος τών Εθνών, και τη ζωή με τις περιπέτειες του θα τα δεί κανείς, άν μελετήσει τις Πράξεις τών Αποστόλων, αλλά και τις 14 Επιστολές του στην Καινή Διαθήκη. Ο Παύλος θέλει κάθε χριστιανός, όπως και ο ίδιος, να αισθάνεται και να λέει: "ζώ δε ουκέτι εγώ, ζή δε εν εμοί Χριστός".Δηλαδή, δε ζώ πλέον εγώ, ο παλαιός άνθρωπος, αλλά ζεί μέσα μου ο Χριστός. Και ακόμα, "τα πάντα και εν πάσι Χριστός". Να διευθύνει, δηλαδή, όλες τις εκδηλώσεις της ανθρώπινης ζωής μας ο Χριστός. Ο απόστολος Παύλος υπέστη μαρτυρικό θάνατο (χωρίς αυτό να είναι απόλυτα διασταυρωμένο) δι αποκεφαλισμού στη Ρώμη.
14 Parish Council Meeting Minutes April 8, 2014 Call to Order: at 6:50 pm by Father Jon Roll Call: Present: John Stopoulos, Orest Akulow, Dennis Collier, Matt Miller and Cathy Diakogeorgiou Excused: Paris Fotos, and Mike Haney Approval of March minutes: Minutes accepted as read. Priest s Report: Carpet in hallway and classrooms needs to be cleaned; Pam Collier will contact a company. The grounds should be cleaned before Holy Week. Holy Week need council members to be in church 45 minutes early. Friday services will begin at 7 pm and Saturday services will begin at 11:30 pm. We will need Epitafio and cross carriers. The church furnace has been repaired a plastic bag had wrapped around the fan. The scholarship committee members from the parish council are Dennis Collier and Cathy D. We will be giving Icons to high school graduates and Bibles to college graduates. Our yearly assessment for the Iakovos Retreat Center is $1,792. Pot Luck Lamb Roast Easter Sunday the Philoptochos is giving $300 for purchase of the lamb. Ludmilla has given notice she will not be able to teach Sunday School next year. Stewardship for 2014 has not been recorded yet. Matt Miller made a motion to allow Pam Collier record stewardship data. Seconded by Orest A. motion carried. President s report: John has discussed with the Bishop our cash flow problem and the need to either break a cd or use the Memorial Fund. Bishop Demetrios gave permission to use the Memorial Fund with the knowledge that is should be paid back. Dennis Collier made a motion to borrow from the Memorial Fund and no money would be removed from the cd s without a general assembly meeting. Matt Miller seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Treasurer s report: Cathy requested that since we are going to be withdrawing from the Memorial Fund could the Helen Panouses memorials go directly into the general fund. Request voted on and approved. New business: Pam Collier attended meeting and announced her retirement at the end of May. She will volunteer in the office and with festival sponsorship. It was approved she be given a key for entrance. Pam Collier and Roseanne Monn gave a scholarship update. There is $4,188 in the fund and a dinner should be held to increase funds. Motion to adjourn by Dennis C and Matt M
15 Stewardship Pledges received as of May 30 th, 2014 Haline Akulow Orest Akulow Kulla Anggeloplos John Arvanitis Michael and Nancy Avgenackis Paul and Christine Bagatelas Theodore and Karen Bagatelas Todd and Cyndi Bagatelas Paula Baker Woldegabriel Baynesagn Ludmilla Cherevko Victor and Judy Cherevko Abraham and Molly Chirackal George and Nancy Coin Dennis and Pam Collier Dr. Costas and Yvonne Constantinou Angie Dokolas Lee Dokolas Dr. Konstantinos and Allison Dounoulis Anne Driscoll George and Georgia Eleftheropoulos Nicholas Fotiadis Susan Fotiadis John Fotos Michael and Elizabeth Gorman Elizabeth Gregory Tom Gregory Rily and Ardita Grunwald Pete and Arlene Gust Mike and Helen Haney Justin and Andromahi Harrison Pete Hasakis Jim Jannes Mike and Terri Kandis Anastasios and Dimitra Korovilas Darlene Lingris Peter Lingris Thomas Lingris Georgia and Roger Lovejoy Christ and Susan Mekus Demos and Linda Mekus Denny and Molly Mekus Matt Miller Bill and Linda Minas Michael and Roseann Monn Katherine Moraetes Orion Naco Biju and Sholly Ninan Angela Olvera Daphne Olvera Stacy Olvera Victoria Olvera Saki Padazopoulos Bill Panouses Chris Panouses Helen Panouses Katherine Panouses Nick and Georgia Papageorgeou Spiros and Carol Pappaspiros Nicholas and Daryn Passini Christ and Helen Petaros Jimmy Pliakos David L. Ray Colette Spurgetis Frank Spurgetis Soc Spurgetis Nick and Barbara Staken Paraskevi Stamatoukos Anthony and Joan Stopoulos Jim and Kristel Stopoulos John and MaryBeth Stopoulos Bill and Tracey Theofilis Chris Theofilis Kostas Theofilis Frank Vretis 75 Stewardship Pledges received for a total of: That s an average of $1127 $80,479 per Assumption Family!!
16 An Orthodox Pilgrimage to The Holy Land Tour Leaders - Rev. Father Jon S. Boukis and The Very Rev. Father Peter Costarakis Round Trip Airfare All Hotels Daily Breakfast and Dinner Tour Includes: All Sightseeing, Entrance Fees and Taxes Portage and Tips for Guide, Driver and Hotel Staff Details Coming Soon!!! Let Fr. Jon know if you are interested in more information as it becomes available.
17 Tiberias: to a Monastery where you may purchase, if you wish, a smock for the later Blessing in the Jordan. Sea of Galilee: a morning boat-ride Mount of Beatitudes: site of the Sermon on the Mount Tabgha: where the Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes took place Capernaum: where our Lord began His public ministry Jordan River: for the Service of the Blessing of the Waters, i.e. the Agiasmos Mount Tabor: where the Lord was Transfigured Nazareth: the Church of the Annunciation Cana: where our Lord performed His first miracle by changing water into wine Jericho: the Monastery of St. Gerasimos Iordanites by the Dead Sea; the Church of the Prophet Elisha; the sycamore tree of Zacchaeus; the Mount of Temptation, where our Lord fasted for forty days and nights. Bethany: the House of Ss. Martha and Mary and the Tomb of Lazarus Jerusalem: the Mount of Olives, the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations, the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Garden of Agony. Also the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the Mosques of Omar and El Aqsa; the Room of the Last Supper [i.e. the Mystical Supper ]; the Tomb of the Prophet/King David; the Tomb of the Holy Theotokos the Virgin Mary in the Garden of Gesthemane; the Old City of Jerusalem; the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem (and be received in audience by His Beatitude the Patriarch); the Prison of St. Peter, the Church of St. Anna the Pool of Bethesda, the House of Sts. Joachim and Anna, and the Praetorium (where our Lord was imprisoned), from which we will walk the Way of the Cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher (where there will be an extensive tour). Bethlehem: the Shepherd s Field; the Church of the Nativity; the Monastery of the Prophet Elias; the Church and Tomb of St. Symeon the Just; the Monastery of the Holy Cross; and Ein Karem, the birthplace of St. John the Baptist. Kendron Valley: Sanctified the Monasteries of St. Theodosius and St. Savvas the Lydda: the Church and Tomb of St. George the Great Martyr Joppa: the Church of the Archangels Haifa: Mount Carmel Istanbul: The Great Cathedral of the Byzantine Era of Agia Sophia, the Patriarchal Cathedral of St. George, the Fanar (Ecumenical Patriarchate), Halki Seminary and more. Possible Cappadocia or Ephesus!!!
18 The Agape News is made possible by the generous support of the following parishioners: Fr. Jon, Presbytera Doreece and Vasilia Boukis In Memory of Harry and Alfreda Arvanis Michael and Nancy Avgenackis Bill Bagatelas In Memory of George Bagatelas Paul and Christine Bagatelas Ted and Karen Bagatelas Paula Baker In Memory of Sadie (Elias) Bakeris Kleo Caras Victor and Judy Cherevko Dennis and Pam Collier Nicholas Fotiadis Litsa Gregory Tom P. Gregory Pete and Arlene Gust Mike and Helen Haney Jim Jannes Darlene M. Lingris Nick and Charlotte Maroudas In Memory of Michael Monn Katherine Moraetes and Family Spiro and Carol Pappaspiros Christ and Helen Petaros Steve and Nancy Pyevich In Memory of Nickolaus, Halina, Andrei and Nickolaus Jim and Kristel Stopoulos Tony and Joan Stopoulos In Memory of George and Grace Vretis Michael and Elizabeth Weis Sponsors offer $20 for the Ecclesiastical Year (beginning and ending Sept. 1 st ) Do you enjoy the Agape News? Then become a supporter!!! Here is my support of $20. Please list my sponsorship as follows:
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