Announcements for the Week of June 28th

As part of the Phase 1 Reopening Plan, Parishioners MUST reserve a seat for Sunday Services by NOON FRIDAY (You Do Not need to reserve a seat for weekday/Saturday services), but you will need to register at the entrance of the Church before entering. A limited amount of seats are reserved for those who do not use a computer. Please call the Church office and reserve a seat (301 663-0663).
CLICK HERE to reserve a seat for Sunday Liturgy.

Gyro Days: Thank you to our Parishioners and the Frederick County community for your support during this event.

His Eminence, Metropolitan Evangelos, has released a statement concerning the recent developments in Constantinople regarding Agia Sophia. Read here.

The St. Eugenia Ladies Philoptochos Society would like to extend our gratitude to our parishioners for their support towards our Emergency Social Services appeal. Your generosity of spirit and love in Christ allows us to serve our fellow parishioners in need throughout this COVID-19 emergency. We have been able to help those in need since this unique crisis set upon us in March. We are truly humbled and our hearts are full with the love of our generous parishioners, including the Nelefs AHEPA chapter. Your continued support and prayers for those in need of the Ladies Philoptochos Society are greatly appreciated.

The local AHEPA Chapter Nelefs #515 is inviting you to join their ranks. Our local chapter is an active participant in parish life, and an ardent promoter of ancient Hellenic ideals of education, philanthropy, civic responsibility, family and individual excellence through community service and volunteerism. Contact Jim Hyrkas or Nick Carras if you're interested in joining.

The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of New Jersey will be holding a Virtual High School Graduation Ceremony for all of the faithful Greek Orthodox Christian graduating high school seniors of the Class of 2020 from throughout our Holy Metropolis. This will offer us the opportunity as a spiritual family of Greek Orthodox Christians to come together, to recognize, and to celebrate their accomplishments. Details to follow.

As the threat of COVID-19 continues, the church office is following state guidelines and will remain closed for visits, but will be operating remotely in order to keep parish affairs in order. Please call the church office if you need assistance.