Congratulations to the following St. Athanasios parishioners who were
honored by His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey
at the Clergy/Laity Banquet at the Venetian on May 12, 2014
Metropolis Honoree: Presbytera Christina Stavropoulos
Parish Honoree: Vasilios Portelos
Philoptochos Honoree: Vaso Panagopoulos
Parish Council Honoree: Peter Paizis
GOYA Honoree: Kristi Marcopoulos
Neokoro: Kostas Gianakopoulos
Eldest Parishioner: Konstantina Papademas
Congratulations to ALL of our Graduates!
James S. Smith
Apostolos Marios Kalabakas
COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY
As part of our new parish ministry, “Diakonia Agape” Food Pantry Ministry - Feeding the Hungry”, we will be collecting non-perishable items. This will be an on-going Parish Ministry. All donations can be placed in the designated boxes as you enter the Community Hall. All food items will assist needy families of our parish and food pantries of our neighborhood. We wish to thank all our parishioners and friends of St. Athanasios for your donations and ask that you continue to help us help those in need. Please remember the bank for the needy is at the entrance of the Community Center.
RESPONDING TO THE NEEDS OF THE
GREEK ORTHODOX COMMUNITY FOR OVER 80 YEARS
Has a loss of employment put you behind with your rent, mortgage or utility bills?
Are you swamped by out-of-pocket medical costs?
Do you need help finding homecare for your elderly parents?
Do you know someone who needs help, a friendly call or visit?
CONFIDENTIAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE!
Contact Philoptochos locally by calling Thea Portelos at 201-446-9144
Contact Metropolis of NJ Social Service
Chairperson Eleni Adronikou at 908-218-5073
Contact National Philoptochos at 212-977-7782
The Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society, Inc., assists Greek Orthodox Christian individuals and families throughout the United States, as well as Greek and Cypriot Nationals, regardless of their immigration status, who are in the USA. We welcome new members and your ideas!
Sanctify those who love the beauty of Thy House
ΑΓΙΑΣΟΝ ΤΟΥΣ ΑΓΑΠΩΝΤΑΣ ΤΗΝ ΕΥΠΡΕΠΕΙΑΝ ΤΟΥ ΟΙΚΟΥ ΣΟΥ
Iconography / Phase I and II