JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL KOLYVA-MAKING CLASS!
Friday, February 24 – 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
LED BY: PRESVYTERA CHRISTINA STAVROPOULOS
Orthodox Christians consider kolyva to be symbolic of death and resurrection according to the words of the Gospel: Verily, verily, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it produces much grain.” (John 12:24).
Wheat which is planted in the earth and rises in new life is symbolic of those beloved departed who have died in the hope of resurrection. As we prepare for the Saturdays of the Souls during Lent, learn to prepare the boiled wheat and teach your children to present the names of your departed ancestors and loved ones for prayer.
Please join us as we learn to make this offering of the ancient Orthodox Christian tradition.
DONATION IS $10. COFFEE & REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.
RSVP BY FEB. 20: (201) 368-8881(OFFICE) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017, At 7:00 pm
Snow date – Thursday, March 16, 2017
St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox Church, 51 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ 07652
Coffee and Pastry will be served
Refreshments will also be available from our concession
For tickets, please call Vaso Panagopoulos (201) 368-8223 or the Church Office (201) 368-8881
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Please join us on Saturday, February 11th as our youth once again host us at their annual GOYA Beefsteak Dinner!
Includes all you can eat filet mignon over french bread, appetizers, salad, fries, dessert, soda, and coffee/tea, cash bar with beer & wine.
DJ MUSIC by 2KY Entertainment, 50/50 RAFFLE, BASKETS, AND MORE!!
Use form on the back of this flyer to reserve your place by February 8th (sorry, no paying at the door)
Info: Debbie Leakas (201) 566-4934 or Joanne Glavas (201) 982-5125
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On Sunday, February 5th. Church Sunday School will be hosting Godparent Sunday. Invitations will be prepared for each child to send to their respective Godparent. This is a special day for Godchildren and Godparents to gather with family and friends for worship and fellowship. There will be a brunch following the Divine Liturgy. For more information please download the flyer here.
Thank You All for making our first panigiri celebration so successful. Our kids did a great job dancing! Follow the link or click the picture below to see more pictures and videos.
Come celebrate the feast day of our Church with friends and family while enjoying great food with live music and dancing.
A movie will be shown for the children.
Tickets are $30 if purchased before January 17th or $40 at the door. Children under 12 cost $10
Please see any Parish Council Member to purchase your tickets or call the St. Athanasios Church office at: 201-368-8881
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