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A Parish that emulates the Kingdom of God, a culture overflowing with joy, peace and love, increasing in the Christian faith through the teachings of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, enlivened by the traditions and values of the Greek Orthodox people.


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Christian Unity 

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Parish Calendar

Sunday, May 19
SUNDAY OF THE PARALYTIC
4 pmLower Hall rental
Monday, May 20
7 pmGreat Vespers at Sts. Constantine & Helen in Cambridge
Tuesday, May 21
8:30 amSTS. KONSTANTINOS & HELEN
Wednesday, May 22
4 pmGREEK SCHOOL
Friday, May 24
6:30 pmGOYA MTG
Saturday, May 25
9:30 amGREEK SCHOOL
Sunday, May 26
SUNDAY OF THE SAMARITAN WOMAN
8:30 amORTHROS & DIV. LITURGY
12 pmCHOIR COFFEE HOUR
Monday, May 27
9 amOFFICE CLOSED
11 amFr. Anthony will perform Trisagia Services at Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett
Wednesday, May 29
4 pmGREEK SCHOOL
Saturday, June 1
NO HALL RENTALS
9:30 amGreek School
6 pmGOYA MTG

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FEATURED LINKS


 


The Modern Church:

The Growth Of the Church in America

  


Orthodox Stewardship


What Is it?

Why?


Fellowship of Orthodox Stewards
 
 

Sunday of the Paralytic
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.


The Dormition of the Virgin Mary Festal Hymn (Apolytikion)

In birth, you preserved your virginity; in death, you did not abandon the world, O Theotokos. As mother of life, you departed to the source of life, delivering our souls from death by your intercessions.


Metropolis of Boston Radio Ministry

 

"Beyond secularism"

If the love of many is growing cold, it is because they chose no longer to see the imago Dei, the image of God, in themselves and in others. It is because they see human beings as fungible economic entities instead of as eternal spiritual beings.

What we, as Orthodox Christians, can offer to our secular world is a return to the healthy individuality of our Faith: where every child of God is greeted by name at the chalice.

His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Geron of America