Church Ministries


Philoptochos ~ The "Friends of the Poor" is the philanthropic arm of parish volunteers.
Senior Fellowship ~ This group sponsors gatherings and activities for those in their golden years, 55 and above.
Choir ~ These volunteers lead the congregation in the musical responses to the Divine Liturgy.

Young Adult Group


GOYA ~ For our 7th through 12th grade parishioners, they participate in religious, social and athletic events.
HOPE/JOY ~ For children in Pre-school up to 6th grade. We participate in many fun, spiritual events.
Altar Boys ~ These young men, 9 to 18 years old, assist the priests in the altar during divine services.
Hellenic Dancers ~ Comprised of three groups, they perform traditional Greek dances at special events and especially during our Annual Grecian Festival.


Sunday School ~ This vital ministry in our parish teaches the Orthodox faith to our children. Classes begin immediately after the reception of Holy Communion in the 1st floor classrooms September through May.

Orthodoxy Classes~ "Night in with Father" Hosted by Father Michael Gulgas twice monthly on Wednesday all are welcome..Check Calendar for dates.

Byzantine Music Classes~ Call for details

STEWARDSHIP: A WAY OF LIFE- Stewardship is not about calculations of portions or percentages. It can't be reduced to a number of hours of service or dollars offered. STEWARDSHIP IS A WAY OF LIFE.

    As Orthodox Christians, we are called to a new way of seeing things-a new way of life. Our Stewardship is obedience to the greatest commandment to "Love the Lord with all your heart, sould and strength." We are called to bring others to commit their lives to Jesus Christ in such a way that leads to the joy of knowing Him personally and profoundly.

   As Orthodox Christians, we see the world as God's gift, as a sacrament of God's presence in a means of communion with Him, and so we are able to offer the world back to God in thanksgiving as we say in every Dinine Liturgy "Thine own of Thine own e offer to Thee..."