The mission of the Greek School is to provide education and instruction of the Greek language, culture, and heritage; to enhance bi-cultural and bilingual awareness; and to promote the religious, moral and ethical values of the Greek Orthodox families.
The objectives of the Greek school are to present all aspects of the Modern Greek language to its students, including vocabulary-building, reading, writing and grammar with emphasis on conversation. Greek poems, prayers, songs and dances are used to teach the students about the Greek culture, heritage, history and Orthodox faith.
At the center of the life of the Church is the Holy Eucharist, which is the principal celebration of our faith and the means through which we participate in the very life of the Holy Trinity. Learn more»
Macarius the Great of Egypt; Mark, Bishop of Ephesus; Arsenius of Corfu; Makarios of Alexandria; Makarios, Hierodeacon of Kalogera, Patmos; Removal of the Honorable Relics of Saint Gregory the Theologian; Branwallader, Bishop of Jersey