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Beloved Stewards of St. George Greek Orthodox Church,
In the 14th chapter of the Gospel according to St Matthew, we read about the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand by Christ. Let me quote the final verse in particular: “And they said to Him, “We have here only five loaves and two fish.” He said, “Bring them here to Me”. (Read More)
Please join us for one or both of our annual “Evening in Greece” dinner events. The dates are Saturdays May 12 and/or 19 at 6:30. Seating is limited, and reservations ARE REQUIRED. The cost is $20.00 per person for each dinner. Vegetarian and takeout options are available. There is a form at the bottom of […]
“He will be great, and will be called the Son of the Most High; and the Lord God will give to him the throne of his father David, and he willreign over the House of Jacob forever; and of his kingdom there will no end.” Luke 1:32-33 Dearly Beloved, On March 25 we celebrate the […]
Lists like this are usually so much clickbait, I know, but I thought it was nevertheless worthwhile to compile a list of most of the reasons why I became and/or remain an Orthodox Christian. Some of these things were not really on my radar when I became Orthodox in 1998, but they are part of […]
Dearly Beloved, “Where shall I begin the work of my salvation?” cries out a hymn of Clean Monday. The Lenten Season, now upon us, calls us into a time of reflection on the state of our lives and our souls. We are invited by the Church to observe the Great Fast, to devote more time […]
Meditate on the History of Salvation Think of the Lenten period as a time of meditating on the history of salvation. Think about the creation of the universe and of Adam and Eve as the beginning of human life on earth. Think about the fall of Adam and the entrance of sin in humanity. We […]
Great Lent is quickly approaching so attached is the 2018 Great Lent & Holy Week schedule of services. All are welcome to join us on our journey to the Resurrection! Click here: Looking ahead