What's New This Week

May 2017

Sunday, May 21st

  • Memorials40 day memorial Demetrios Sioulas and 3 year memorial George Verikakis  May their memory be eternal.

  • Rite Ate Cleveland Marathon and some roads may be closed in Cleveland till the runners pass through the area.  You may need to take an alternate route to our church.  

  • Sunday School Awards will be presented following the Divine Liturgy

  • Greek School Commencement program in the church banquet hall following the coffee social.

 Events Elsewhere:

ZOE!  NEEDS YOU  We have created a ZOE Women’s Center Medical Committee to help us move forward with our plans to expand the services we offer women in distress due to unplanned pregnancies.  Some of these services are parenting classes, abortion healing classes, child raising classes, as well as offering some limited obstetrical ultrasounds, pre-natal vitamins and referrals to doctors for obstetrical care to abortion-vulnerable women. If you have a few hours a week, and can volunteer to be a Client Advocate, Receptionist, Sonographer, Nurse, community Coordinator, Fund Raiser,    Medical Assistant, Physicians Assistant, Administrative Assistant  WE NEED YOU!  Contact Despina at:  despina@mavrakisfamily.com

 IOCC 25TH ANNIVERSARY  Fri., June 9, the International Orthodox Christian Charities Cleveland Metropolitan Committee celebrates 25 years of worldwide humanitarian assistance with a benefit at Embassy Suites Hotel, 5800 Rockside Rd., Independence. Guest Speaker His Grace Bishop Irinej. Cocktails at 6 p.m.; Dinner at 7 p.m. $50/person. Reservations required by May 29th. Sponsorship also available. Contact Paula Svilar at 216.372.1862 or email paulasvilar@gmail.com 

KIDNEY WALKSun., June 11, 9 a.m., the National Kidney Foundation annual walk from the Great Lakes Science Center along Lake Erie.  No registration fee, $5 parking by the venue, complimentary breakfast and DJ all morning!  Walk in honor or memory of someone afflicted with kidney disease. Contact Anna Tzinis at (440) 241-6780 or register at www.kidneywalk.org