Catechism School/Greek School Commencement: We will have our Commencement program on Sunday, May 23rd, 2021. We ask all teachers and students to be in Church that Sunday. We will call teachers and students to the Solea for class pictures for our website as we express appreciation to our teachers and recognize our young people who attended Catechism School this year. Also, we will have our Greek School Commencement program.

Coffee Fellowship Starts on Sunday, May 9, Mother's Day: The Ladies Philoptochos is overjoyed to announce the return of Coffee Hour in our Church Hall! In the beginning, it will look a little different than in past years.

Upon entering the Church Hall, please make sure to use the hand sanitizer before approaching the buffet or taking your coffee. We ask that people make their selections and then proceed to a table to enjoy fellowship. Please refrain from standing/walking around while eating. Masks may only be removed while seated. Tables will be set for no more than 6 chairs. Please do not add more chairs. We are very mindful of the COVID/Pandemic protocols and will do our best to ensure we can be safe.

We have been Blessed over the years with the many women, men and families who have helped host and serve the Agape Fellowship. We are looking for more parishioners to offer their support to this very important Ministry.

If you can help in any way - host/hostess, purchase items or offer suggestions, please contact Eleni Manolakes at 203-788-5649 or

We are thankful to our Ladies Philoptochos who oversee this Ministry....remember, all families and members are asked to host/serve at least one Sunday. We try to have at least two or three individuals/families work together for each Sunday. The Committee will guide and help. Please contact Eleni Manolakes.

We look forward to seeing you this Sunday, and every Sunday!

Parish Pen Pal Initiative

Please consider joining the pen pal initiative which was brought to us by the National Philoptochos. Children of all ages (3-18), please consider connecting to someone elderly or homebound the old fashioned way (via snail mail). You can draw a picture, write a note and ask a question. This will hopefully be the beginning of a new friendship, a learning opportunity and a moment to experience true empathy and grace. Please contact Michaele Giannoutsos at to be connected with a member of our parish! Thank you and looking forward to hearing how much happiness this brings to both the one who sends the letter and the one that receives it.

Click here for Pen Pal Initiative Flyer