On Sunday, April 30, the Cathedral will host a luncheon honoring Ted Leventis and John Panomitros. The luncheon, to be catered by Angelo Koutoulas of Chick ‘n Coop, will take place following the Divine Liturgy. With a carved roast beef station and all the trimmings, the meal, fit for a king, (in this case two kings), will honor two of the Cathedral’s most dedicated workers. Ted Leventis, who c ...

All! All three groups, who were competing, (To Mellon performed, but did not compete) received recognition for their efforts: Spithes received the special achievement award for Divisiion II; Revmata received the choral award and a Founder’s special achievement award in the primary category; and Thisavri received a Founders special achievement award in the advanced primary category. Congratulatio ...

As we’ve been doing for a while, periodically, we schedule speakers, through our OIKOS program. OIKOS (Orthodox in Koinonia Outreach Services), under the direction of Dr. Katina Kostoulas, Ph.D., and the assistance of Dr. Tony Elite, sponsors the talks , which are aimed at informing, engaging, and edifying our parishioners in any number of areas involving individual and communal spiritual growth ...

The new Cathedral exterior has taken shape wonderfully, and it’s truly inspiring to be able to see it in (almost) all its glory now that the scaffold and netting are gone. The finishing touches to the exterior and the courtyard restoration work are on temporary hold due to rain, and will resume as soon as we get a couple of weeks' dry weather. This is a good time to pause and consider all we’ ...

The Community Kitchen, which began under the name Soup Kitchen, operates the third Tuesday of every month. The volunteer work involves food prep, cooking, hall setup, serving the meal and---so important!—cleanup. We also have a food pantry, so a few awesome volunteers come early to bag up canned/non-perishable goods for our guests to take with them. Some volunteers arrive earlier, but the typica ...

As we mentioned in the last issue of the Herald, a parishioner recently asked whether the Church ever takes public stands on social justice issues and whether there has ever been a thought to forming a social justice committee. Notice, here, the word “Church” is capitalized, meaning it has to do with the entire Body of Christ, including the church at the parish level. The answer to the first p ...

Sure, why not? But, what’s a “Biblical garden?” Well, if you look through the Old and New Testaments, you will find any number of plants mentioned, familiar plants like the olive tree (Judges 9:9), the fig tree (Joel 1:7), hyssop (Leviticus 14:52), pomegranate (Song of Solomon 7:12), and wormwood (Revelation 8:11), but also many unfamiliar plants, as terebinth (2 Samuel 18:9), spikenard (Son ...
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Dear friends, let us continue to love one another, for love comes from God.

John 4:7