Acts 26:1, 12-20
SERVICES THIS WEEK
Thursday, May 25
Divine Liturgy at 8 am,
The Feast of the Holy Ascension.
Congratulations to Joanna and Kostas Nakas, Metropolis of New Jersey First Place Winners of both the Junior and Senior Division for the St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival. Joanna Nakas was the winner of the Junior Division. Kostas Nakas won the Senior Division.
Honorable Mention goes to Christiana Kambouris in the Junior Division.
The Boston Metropolis will be hosting the National Oratorical Festival on June 10, 11 and 12 with His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios in attendance. Good luck to Joanna and Kostas from our parish of Ss Constantine and Helen!
Sunday, May 21 - Last Catechism Church School at 10 am; FDF Dance Practice after church.
Monday, May 22 - Greek School at 3:30 pm.
Tuesday, May 23 - Greek School at 4 pm.
Wednesday, May 24 - Greek School at 4 pm; Greek Adult Conversation Class at 6 pm.
Thursday, May 25 - Greek School at 4 pm; FDF Dance Practice at 6:30 pm.
Friday, May 26 -
A Great Vespers Service will be celebrated in honor of our Church’s Name Day, Ss. Constantine and Helen, on Saturday, May 20th, at 7 pm, with Artoklasia, and a reception by The Ladies Philoptochos “Agia Anna”. On Sunday, May 21st, Orthros will be at 9 am and Divine Liturgy at 10 am, The Feast day of SS. Constantine and Helen and the Name Day of our church. firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-271-0401.
On Sunday, May 21st, 2017, we will celebrate a special “Grandparents Sunday”. All Catechism Church School children and Greek School are asked to invite their Grandparents to Church and receive Holy Communion with them.
Due to the Greek Festival, there will be a change of time for Orthros and Divine Liturgy. Orthros will begin at 8 am and Divine Liturgy at 9 am. Also, on Sunday, June 4, there will be no Coffee Hour; however, you can enjoy your coffee with your family and friends at the Greek Festival.
Save the date for the 2017 Annapolis Greek Festival! This year’s event will be held Thursday through Sunday, June 1-4, 2017, at the Church. You'll enjoy Greek food and delicacies, live music and dancing, a children’s area, a cash prize raffle, vendors and imported jewelry and a Grocer’s Corner. For more information on the festival, see the festival website.