Often in life, we pursue and collect those things that do not last. We must ask, “One hundred years from now, where will our possessions be?” Our greatest blessing is our family. As Orthodox Christians, we are called to be stewards of this great gift. If we are faithful to this calling, perhaps our Lord will say to us as he did to the faithful steward, “Well done good and faithful servant” (Mt 25:23).
We continue to develop and foster our dynamic ministry programs in the areas of Youth (GRACE Place -Sunday School, Greek Language School, GOYA, Dance Group, Elinomathia), Seniors and Outreach ("Open Door Ministry" Soup Kitchen and Lenten Food and Funds Drive). This year we launched another ministry initiative called WILS (Women in Leadership and Service). We ask you to support these worthy ministries. Giving to His Church is a way to thank God for His grace and generosity.
Before completing this Commitment and Information Form, please give prayerful consideration to the commitment you are making. A check mailed to the church is most meaningful when accompanied by your presence, by your willingness to serve, by your prayers, and by your commitment. Giving is not a substitute for commitment – it is an expression of your commitment and an expression of thanks for the many blessings in your life. We hope to see you soon.
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Agrippina the Martyr of Rome; Holy Martyrs Aristocleus the Priest, Demetrius the Deacon and Athanasius the Reader; The Holy New Archpriest Martyrs Gerasimus of Crete, Neophytos of Knossos, Joachim of Cherronisos, Hierotheos of Lampi, Zachariah of Sitia, Joachim of Petra, Gerasimos of Rethymno, Kallinikos of Kydonia, Melchizedek of Kissamos, Kallinikos of Diopolos, and those Martyred with Them (1821-1822); Mark, Bishop of Ephesus; Etheldreda the Queen