What's New This Week

February 2017

We begin our Lenten Journey…….

Lent begins Monday, February 27 with the

Great Compline Service/Bible Study Please join us  at 6:00 PM

Topic: Do you fast? Give me proof of it by your works… - St. John Chrysostom

  If you see a poor man, take pity on him.  If you see a friend being  honored, do not envy him.  Do not let only your mouth fast, but also the eye, and the ear, and the feet, and the hands, and all the members of our bodies.  Let the hands fast, by being free of avarice.  Let the feet fast, by ceasing to run after sin.  Let the eyes fast, by disciplining them not to glare at that which is sinful… Let the ear fast...by not  listening to evil talk and gossip… Let the mouth fast from foul words and unjust criticism.

For what good is it if we abstain from birds and fishes, but bite and devour our brothers?  

Lenten Pre-Sanctified Liturgy

Thursday, March 2, 2017  at 5:30 PM Join us for the first  Lenten Pre- Sanctified Liturgy. Following the service, we will  have a pot-luck Lenten dinner. All are invited to join in prayer as we begin our journey of Great and Holy Lent.

Salutations to the Theotokos

Friday, March 3, 2017 at 7:00 PM  

The floral decorations that adorned the Panagia’s icon during the Salutations to  The Theotokos are generously  donated. Please 

contact the church office if you would like to make a donation.


 Sat., 3rd Saturday of Souls- Orthros 8:30 a.m. Divine Liturgy 9:30 a.m. 

Host A Coffee Hour

If you would like to host a coffee hour in memory of a loved one, please call:
the church office.

Need A Memorial or Trisagion Service? 

Please call the church office 216-861-0116

Koliva Tray:  Mrs. Vivian Kyrazis 440-915-2070  or Mrs. Angie Tsigas 440-716-9072

College Students

The OCF (Orthodox Christian Fellowship) is the official collegiate campus ministry program whose mission is to support fellowship on college campuses.  With over 300 chapters across the U.S. and Canada, their purpose is to provide a variety of programs and services to help students maintain and enrich their orthodox faith. 

If you are going away to college and would like to learn more about the OCF, please visit their website at: http://www.ocf.net/