At Annunciation, there are many opportunities to be involved in the community. Each and every organization, and its members, contribute their valuable time and energy to our Parish family.
The Ladies' Philoptochos (literally translated "friend of the poor") Society is an Orthodox women's guild whose works benefit the needy both in and out of our own community.
Annunciation's Greek School is among the most widely recognized Greek Language programs in the country. It is accredited by the educational system in Greece, and serves to continue not only the Greek language, but also the heritage.
G.O.Y.A., or Greek Orthodox Youth The Greek Orthodox Youth of America, is a national youth program of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. Its main activities are fellowship, service, and social activities. The orientation and implementation of the program reflects the Orthodox Christian Faith, Tradition and Life.GOYA is open to junior high and high school grade Orthodox Christian teenagers. Teenagers should be in seventh through twelfth grades to participate.The mission and goal of GOYA ministry is to lead young people into experiencing the Holy Orthodox Faith.
Our Altar Boys volunteer their services to the preparation of the Divine Liturgy, assisting Father Dean in the presentation of the Holy Gifts, antidaron, and the various processions involved in the celebration of services.
Our choir at Annunciation is also comprised of talented volunteers who sing the traditional hyms of the Greek Orthodox Church.