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Publish Date: 2022-01-23
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General Information

  • Phone:
  • (248) 477-1677
  • Fax:
  • (248) 477-0231
  • Street Address:

  • 25225 Middlebelt Rd.

  • Farmington Hills, MI 48336


Contact Information






Services Schedule

DIVINE LITURGY

Sundays 10 am

OFFICE HOURS

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

10 am - 3 pm

(Closed Wednesday) 


Past Bulletins


Gospel and Epistle Readings

Matins Gospel Reading

Ninth Orthros Gospel
The Reading is from John 20:19-31

On the evening of that day, the first day of the week, the doors being shut where the disciples were for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said to them: "Peace be with you." When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side. Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord. Jesus said to them again, "Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, even so I send you." And when he had said this, he breathed on them, and said to them: "Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained."

Now Thomas, one of the twelve, called the Twin, was not with them when Jesus came. So the other disciples told him: "We have seen the Lord." But he said to them: "Unless I see in his hands the print of the nails, and place my finger in the mark of the nails, and place my hand in his side, I will not believe."

Eight days later, his disciples were again in the house, and Thomas was with them. The doors were shut, but Jesus came and stood among them, and said: "Peace be with you." Then he said to Thomas, "Put your finger here, and see my hands; and put out your hand, and place it in my side; do not be faithless, but believing." Thomas answered him, "My Lord and my God!" Jesus said to him, "Have you believed because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe."

Now Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in his name.


Epistle Reading

Prokeimenon. Plagal Second Mode. Psalm 27.9,1.
O Lord, save your people and bless your inheritance.
Verse: To you, O Lord, I have cried, O my God.

The reading is from St. Paul's First Letter to Timothy 1:15-17.

Timothy, my son, the saying is sure and worthy of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. And I am the foremost of sinners; but I received mercy for this reason, that in me, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display his perfect patience for an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life. To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory to the ages of ages. Amen.


Gospel Reading

14th Sunday of Luke
The Reading is from Luke 18:35-43

At that time, as Jesus drew near to Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the roadside begging; and hearing a multitude going by, he inquired what this meant. They told him, "Jesus of Nazareth is passing by." And he cried, "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!" And those who were in front rebuked him, telling him to be silent; but he cried out all the more, "Son of David, have mercy on me!" And Jesus stopped, and commanded him to be brought to him; and when he came near, he asked him, "What do you want me to do for you?" He said, "Lord, let me receive my sight." And Jesus said to him, "Receive your sight; your faith has made you well." And immediately he received his sight and followed him, glorifying God; and all the people, when they saw it, gave praise to God.


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Wisdom of the Fathers

We may learn from this that when we ask with faith, God does not give something other than what we ask for, but the very same thing. However, when we ask for one thing and receive something else, it is clear that either we did not make a good request or we did not ask with faith.
Blessed Theophylact, Archbishop of Ochrid and Bulgaria
The Explanation of the Gospel of St. Luke, 11th Century

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Hymns of the Day

Resurrectional Apolytikion in the Plagal Second Mode

When the angelic powers appeared at Your grave, the soldiers guarding it feared and became as dead. And standing by the sepulcher was Mary who was seeking Your immaculate body. You devastated Hades, not afflicted by it. You went to meet the virgin, and granted eternal life. You resurrected from the dead. O Lord, glory to You.

Apolytikion for Hieromartyr Clement in the Fourth Mode

O Clement, according to your all-sacred name, you grew as a branch of holiness, a stem of martyrdom, a most sacred flower, and a luscious fruit given by God to the faithful. We pray you, who ran with Martyrs and shared the throne with hierarchs: intercede with Christ our God, entreating Him to save our souls.

Apolytikion for the Church in the First Mode

Save, O Lord, Your people and bless Your inheritance, granting victory to the faithful over the enemy, and by Your Cross protecting Your commonwealth.

Seasonal Kontakion in the First Mode

You sanctified the virginal womb by Your birth, O Lord, and blessed the hands of Symeon fittingly, O Christ God; and even now You came and saved us. Now, give peace to our Nation in time of war, and empower our Leaders, so loved by You, the only one who loves humanity.
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Saints and Feasts

Clement
January 23

The Holy Hieromartyr Clement, Bishop of Ancyra

Saint Clement, who was from Ancyra in Galatia, was the son of an unbelieving father, but a believing mother whose name was Sophia. At first he lived as a monk, later he became the bishop of his city. He suffered so many things in confession of the Faith in Christ, that the time of his sufferings and struggles stretched out over a period of twenty-eight years. Finally he and Saint Agathangelus (who was from Rome) were beheaded together during the reign of Diocletian and Maximian, in the year 296.


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January 25

Gregory the Theologian, Archbishop of Constantinople

This great Father and Teacher of the Church was born in 329 in Arianzus, a village of the second district of Cappadocia, not far from Nazianzus. His father, who later became Bishop of Nazianzus, was named Gregory (commemorated Jan. 1), and his mother was named Nonna (Aug. 5); both are among the Saints, and so are his brother Caesarius (Mar. 9) and his sister Gorgona (Feb. 23). At first he studied in Caesarea of Palestine, then in Alexandria, and finally in Athens. As he was sailing from Alexandria to Athens, a violent sea storm put in peril not only his life but also his salvation, since he had not yet been baptized. With tears and fervour he besought God to spare him, vowing to dedicate his whole self to Him, and the tempest gave way to calm. At Athens Saint Gregory was later joined by Saint Basil the Great, whom he already knew; but now their acquaintanceship grew into a lifelong brotherly love. Another fellow student of theirs in Athens was the young Prince Julian, who later as Emperor was called the Apostate because he denied Christ and did all in his power to restore paganism. Even in Athens, before Julian had thrown off the mask of piety; Saint Gregory saw what an unsettled mind he had, and said, "What an evil the Roman State is nourishing" (Orat. V, 24, PG 35:693).

After their studies at Athens, Gregory became Basil's fellow ascetic, living the monastic life together with him for a time in the hermitages of Pontus. His father ordained him presbyter of the Church of Nazianzus, and Saint Basil consecrated him Bishop of Sasima (or Zansima), which was in the archdiocese of Caesarea. This consecration was a source of great sorrow to Gregory, and a cause of misunderstanding between him and Basil; but his love for Basil remained unchanged, as can be plainly seen from his Funeral Oration on Saint Basil (Orat. XLIII).

About the Year 379, Saint Gregory came to the assistance of the Church of Constantinople, which had already been troubled for forty years by the Arians; by his supremely wise words and many labours he freed it from the corruption of heresy, and was elected Archbishop of that city by the Second Ecumenical Council, which assembled there in 381, and condemned Macedonius, Archbishop of Constantinople, the enemy of the Holy Spirit. When Saint Gregory came to Constantinople, the Arians had taken all the churches and he was forced to serve in a house chapel dedicated to Saint Anastasia the Martyr. From there he began to preach his famous five sermons on the Trinity, called the Triadica. When he left Constantinople two years later, the Arians did not have one church left to them in the city. Saint Meletius of Antioch (see Feb. 12), who was presiding over the Second Ecumenical Council, died in the course of it, and Saint Gregory was chosen in his stead; there he distinguished himself in his expositions of dogmatic theology.

Having governed the Church until 382, he delivered his farewell speech - the Syntacterion, in which he demonstrated the Divinity of the Son - before 150 bishops and the Emperor Theodosius the Great; in this speech he requested, and received from all, permission to retire from the see of Constantinople. He returned to Nazianzus, where he lived to the end of his life, and reposed in the Lord in 391, having lived some sixty-two years.

His extant writings, both prose and poems in every type of metre, demonstrate his lofty eloquence and his wondrous breadth of learning. In the beauty of his writings, he is considered to have surpassed the Greek writers of antiquity, and because of his God-inspired theological thought, he received the surname "Theologian." Although he is sometimes called Gregory of Nazianzus, this title belongs properly to his father; he himself is known by the Church only as Gregory the Theologian. He is especially called "Trinitarian Theologian," since in virtually every homily he refers to the Trinity and the one essence and nature of the Godhead. Hence, Alexius Anthorus dedicated the following verses to him:

Like an unwandering star beaming with splendour,
Thou bringest us by mystic teachings, O Father,
To the Trinity's sunlike illumination,
O mouth breathing with fire, Gregory most mighty.


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January 28

Ephraim the Syrian

Saint Ephraim was born in Nisibis of Mesopotamia some time about the year 306, and in his youth was the disciple of Saint James, Bishop of Nisibis, one of the 318 Fathers at the First Ecumenical Council. Ephraim lived in Nisibis, practicing a severe ascetical life and increasing in holiness, until 363, the year in which Julian the Apostate was slain in his war against the Persians, and his successor Jovian surrendered Nisibis to them. Ephraim then made his dwelling in Edessa, where he found many heresies to do battle with. He waged an especial war against Bardaisan; this gnostic had written many hymns propagating his errors, which by their sweet melodies became popular and enticed souls away from the truth. Saint Ephraim, having received from God a singular gift of eloquence, turned Bardaisan's own weapon against him, and wrote a multitude of hymns to be chanted by choirs of women, which set forth the true doctrines, refuted heretical error, and praised the contests of the Martyrs.

Of the multitude of sermons, commentaries, and hymns that Saint Ephraim wrote, many were translated into Greek in his own lifetime. Sozomen says that Ephraim "Surpassed the most approved writers of Greece," observing that the Greek writings, when translated into other tongues, lose most of their original beauty, but Ephraim's works "are no less admired when read in Greek than when read in Syriac" (Eccl. Hist., Book 111, 16). Saint Ephraim was ordained deacon, some say by Saint Basil the Great, whom Sozomen said "was a great admirer of Ephraim, and was astonished at his erudition." Saint Ephraim was the first to make the poetic expression of hymnody and song a vehicle of Orthodox theological teachings, constituting it an integral part of the Church's worship; he may rightly be called the first and greatest hymnographer of the Church, who set the pattern for these who followed him, especially Saint Romanos the Melodist. Because of this he is called the "Harp of the Holy Spirit." Jerome says that his writings were read in some churches after the reading of the Scriptures, and adds that once he read a Greek translation of one of Ephraim's works, "and recognized, even in translation, the incisive power of his lofty genius" (De vir. ill., ch. CXV).

Shortly before the end of his life, a famine broke out in Edessa, and Saint Ephraim left his cell to rebuke the rich for not sharing their goods with the poor. The rich answered that they knew no one to whom they could entrust their goods. Ephraim asked them, "What do you think of me?" When they confessed their reverence for him, he offered to distribute their alms, to which they agreed. He himself cared with his own hands for many of the sick from the famine, and so crowned his life with mercy and love for neighbor. Saint Ephraim reposed in peace, according to some in the year 373, according to others, 379.


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Announcements

HOUSE BLESSINGS

Please contact the Church Office to schedule your annual house blessing with Fr. Alex.

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PHILOPTOCHOS 2022 MEMBERSHIP

Join & Win - see flyer attached

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PHILOPTOCHOS JANUARY OUTREACH

Hygiene Collection - see flyer attached

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PHILOPTOCHOS SPINACH PIES

 trays for sale, available now - 3 rolls and flat pans @ $40 each

 Please see Mrs. Anna Zervos or text Cathy Blough (248)565-5692

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ORATORICAL FESTIVAL

Parish Festival Date: March 5th, 2022 - see flyer attached

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TODAY

Sunday, January 23 - Divine Liturgy @ 10:00 am

              - Coffee Hour hosted by Cynthia Zervos

             - Church  School & Cathechesis (presentation by Eva Konstantakos, Metropolis Youth Director)

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UPCOMING

Monday, January 24 - Bible Study @ 7:00 pm (Read Exodus 24-26)

Thursday, January 27 - Choir Rehearsal @ 7:00 pm 

Sunday, January 30 - Divine Liturgy @ 10:00 am

              - Memorials (40 day) Vena Thanos

              - Coffee Hour hosted by Thanos Family

              - Church  School & Catechesis

Monday, January 31 - Bible Study @ 7:00 pm (Exodus 27-?)

Wednesday, February 2 - Divine Liturgy for the Presentation of the Lord @ 10:00 am

Sunday, February 6 - Divine Liturgy @ 10:00 am

             - Godparent Sunday

             - Memorial (40 days) William "Bill" Hiotaky & Maritsa Loizos

             - Coffee Hour hosted by Hiotaky and Loizos families

             - Church School & Catechesis

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ICONS IN THE ALTAR

If you brought icons to be blessed in the altar, please retrieve them soon. 

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HOUSE BLESSINGS

Please contact the Church Office to schedule your annual house blessing with Fr. Alex. 

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 PROSPHORA

 Interested in sponsoring prosphora? Please contact Church Office. 

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WORSHIP

THE CHURCH IS OPEN. Please join us in prayer. 

Please use this link to view the Divine Liturgy book.

Please download the Daily Readings App Lite (free download) for the daily Gospel & Epistle readings.

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LIVESTREAM SERVICES

www.holycrossgo.org/webcam

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STEWARDSHIP PLEDGE

Please continue to support our Chuch during this difficult time via your Stewardship pledge and donations. Please mail your checks directly to the church or donate online by clicking on the "GIVE" button on our website. Visit the Stewardship webpage to fill out your annual pledge card and/or to pay your stewardship.

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VIGIL CANDLES

If you would like us to light a vigil candle for you, please call the Church Office or email office@holycrossgo.org with your name(s) and Fr. Alex will light a vigil candle for you and say a prayer. Donations are optional.

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SHOP AT ACE HARDWARE? 5% minus tax = (!)

Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church or #214538. 5% line discount off everyday pricing in the store Ace Rewards as well as 6% Tax Exempt will come off automatically. 2% Ace Rewards

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SHOP AT KROGER?

Register your card in a few steps. Each May the registration needs to be renewed,
so if you were part of the program last year and haven't renewed, please do so. Go to:
www.krogercommunityrewards.com
Holy Cross' ID # 83567

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Prayer Requests

Please continue to pray for the health and healing of the following friends:

  • Bettie Fekaris
  • Nancy Temple
  • Zoe Jaimee
  • Kalliope Christo
  • Mary Christo Alexiades
  • Heather
  • Irene Katsias
  • Mr. Adam Angelas
  • Elise Gorman
  • Paraskevi Theodorou
  • Niki Brogger
  • Dr. Nicholas Varveris
  • Irene Zervos
  • Tina Johnson
  • Tula Georgeson
  • Marilyn Georgeson
  • George Benardos
  • Gina Weiler
  • Terrie Stefanakis
  • Evelyn Morris
  • Dr. Pan Pesaros
  • Faye Prekeges
  • Dr. Maureen Kelly
  • Dr. Rick Wilson
  • Dina Rand
  • Casiana

If you would like to add your name or a loved one's to the prayer list, please email the office. Thank you!

 

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Ladies Philoptochos News

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NEXT PHILOPTOCHOS MEETING

Tuesday, February 15, 2022 @ 6:30 pm

 

 

 

 

 2022 STEWARDSHIP

New and returning members are encouraged to complete the stewardship form. New members and new ideas are always welcome, so please consider joining and attending a meeting. Click here for the stewardship form.

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FLOWERS

If you are interested in donating to purchase flowers or decorate an icon for a feast day, please contact Debbie George or the Church Office. 

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COFFEE HOUR

If you are interested in hosting Coffee Hour, please contact Denise Liberty or the Church Office.  

Sunday, January 23 - Cynthia Zervos

Sunday, January 30 - Thanos family

Sunday, February 6 - Hiotaky family & Loizos family (Memorials)

Sunday, February 13 - Cleo Fekaris

 

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Employment Opportunity

Preschool Teachers and Preschool Teacher Aides

Teachers: Qualifications required are Child Development Associate credentials (CDA), Associates in Early Childhood or ZA endorsement, 2 years’ experience at minimum and 2 letters of reference.

Teacher Aides: Qualifications required 2 years’ experience at minimum and 2 letters of reference.

We seek energetic, playful, loving, engaging nursery school teachers and nursery school assistants needed. Hours are flexible. Competitive pay. Room for growth. All applicants will need verifiable credentials, references and clear criminal history. The Farmington Hills Nursery School is a Church based non-denominational day care servicing the local community. We are licensed for 87 children ages 3 months to 4 years. We employ 13 staff members. If you are someone who loves being with children, can work well with others and wants to be apart of our family, please send resume and cover letter to Bonnie@FarmingtonNurserySchool.com. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

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Altar Boys

NOTICE FOR ALTAR BOYS & PARENTS

Being an Altar Server is a GREAT RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT to the Lord. Please BE ON TIME (arrive at least 15 minutes prior to any Church Service).

 

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LIST OF ALTAR BOYS 

 TEAM A

 TEAM B

​ Dimitri Sitaras (Cpt)

 Ioannis Yiannakis (Cpt)​​ 

 Stavros Fekaris

 Louis Foster

 Alex Matthews

 Christo Stilianos

 Mateo Pesaros

 Dino Thanos

 

 Nikolas Thanos

SCHEDULE 2021-2022 

TEAM A

TEAM B

2021

2021

SEP 26

​SEP 19

OCT 10, 24

OCT 3, 17, 31

NOV 7, 21

NOV 14, 28

DEC 5, 19

DEC 12, 26

2022

2022

JAN 2, 16, 30

JAN 9, 23

FEB 13, 27

FEB 6, 20

MAR 13, 27

MAR 6, 20

APR 10, 24

A​PR 3, 17

MAY 8, 22

MAY 1, 15, 29

JUN 5, 19

JUN 12

 

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Memorial Donations to Holy Cross

OUR THANKS

To those who in lieu of flowers gave monetary

contributions to the Holy Cross Church in memory of :

CHRIS RAFAILL

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M John George

Mr. Harry Gaggos

Mrs. Anna Zervos

M/M Steve Economy

M/M Bill Williams

M/M Evans Lucas

M/M George Gaggos

M/M James Bournias

M/M Angelo Metas

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

M/M Bob Czech

M/M Tom Rafaill

Dennis Rafaill

M/M Edward Power

M/M George Katsias

M/M Steve Fekaris

M/M Lou Chalogianis

M/M James Heller

M/M Michael Blough

M/M John Liadis

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

WILLIAM (BILL) HIOTAKY

Ellen Ernst

Mrs. Anna Zervos

M/M George Katsias

M/M Tad Krear

M/M Edward Power

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

M/M Kirk Dunlap

M/M Kostas Voutsinas

M/M Evans Lucas

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M John George

M/M James Terry

M/M Limperis Zervos

Matthew Herbster

M/M Paul Wywrot

Elizabeth Exner

Kelly Gilling-Coburn

M/M Mike Sturm

M/M Andrew Bittinger

Denise McKewan

Catherine Pikulas

Margarita Shukla

M/M Bill Williams

Hountalas Family

Sophie Paron

Angelo P. Zervos & Family

M/M Steve Fekaris

Helen Hiotaky

M/M Jim Grove

Charlotte Van Neck

Todd Van Neck

Cynthia Porter

Rochelle McCrone

M/M James Heller

M/M Michael Blough

M/M John Liadis

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

M/MTim Keros

 MARITSA LOIZOS

M/M Nicholas & Victoria Madias

M/M Steve Fekaris

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

VENA MARIE THANOS

Holy Cross Philoptochos

M/M Tad Krear & Family

M/M George Katsias

M/M James Heller & Family

M/M Evans Lucas

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

M/M Edward Power

M/M Michael Blough

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M Lou Chalogianis

Elaine Ioanou

M/M Martin Gehan

M/M Doug Garber

Holy Cross GOYA

M/M John George

M/M John Liadis

Mrs. Mary Kargilis

James Sitaras

M/M Bill Williams

M/M Mike Sturm & Family

Denise Liberty

M/M Limperis Zervos

M/M Steve Fekaris

M/M Dan Dallas

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

SPIRO & VASILIKI GEROU AND BARBARA PAPACHRIST

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

Elaine Ioanou

M/M George Katsias

MATTHEW MORRIS

Diane Morris

ATHENA LIONAS

M/M Arthur Lionas

M/M Tom Casoglos

Elaine Ioanou

JOHN IOANOU

Mrs. Elaine Ioanou

M/M George Katsias

ANGELO J. ZERVOS

Susan Armstrong

JAMES J. SPANOLIOS

M/M Steve Fekaris

JOAN BITTINGER

Dr. James Stewart

Elaine Ioanou

M/M George Katsias

M/M Andrew Bittinger

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M Edward Power

M/M Anthony Barr

Mrs. Anna Zervos

M/M Scott Linzell

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

Mrs. Tula Georgeson

M/M Michael Blough

PETER ARTEMAS

M/M Andrew Bittinger

THEODORA KAZAKOS

Elias & Dean Politis

THOMAS THEODOROU

Elaine Ioanou

M/M Lanny Theodorou 

KATHERINE LAGOS

M/M George Katsias

Hountalas Family

IRENE PROTOPSALTIS

M/M James Heller & Family

M/M George Katsias

Mrs. Peter E. Zervos

M/M Peter Angelas

M/M Tim Keros

Mrs. Patty Spanos

M/M Edward Power

M/M Anthony Barr

M/M Scott Linzell

 Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

 Mrs. Tula Georgeson

M/M Michael Blough

JIM HUBBEL

M/M Dan Dallas

KEN BRILLINGER

M/M Steve Fekaris

DEAN GULIS

Elizabeth Gulis

JIM & MARY MADIAS

M/M George N. & Callie Liadis

DEMETRA "TULA" KRONAS

M/M Michael Rand

M/M George Katsias

Elaine Ioanou

M/M Tom Casoglos

PETER E. ZERVOS 

 Irene Zervos

M/M John Liadis

 M/M John Matheos

Ellen Woznicki

George Matheos

Anna Carroll

M/M Gus Stavropoulos

 M/M James Heller & Family

M/M James Makricostas

M/M Mike Liadis

Denise Liberty

Susan Armstrong

M/M Daniel Chien

M/M John Sinanis

M/M Mike Sturm

Gryebet Family

Margarita Shukla

James Sitaras

Kaliope Christo

M/M George Fekaris

Kanella Katsikas

M/M Scott Linzell

M/M Dan Dallas

M/M George Katsias

Elaine Ioanou

M/M Evans Lucas

Peggy Theodore

M/M Spiro Morris

M/M Peter Morris

Drs. Andrew & Gina Leamon

M/M Steve Fekaris

Hountalas Family

M/M Bill Breeze

M/M John George

Joseph Evangelista

M/M Adam Angelas

 Jane Mitchell

M/M Gus Mackris

Mary Alice Dooley

John Skouberdis

Maritsa Loizos

M/M Mike Blough

Multi Drywall LLC

M/M Scott Bates

Tony Cavaliere

George, Christa & Anastasia Reis

M/M John Kontos

Dr/Mrs Angelo Zervos & Family

Sophie Paron

M/M Andy Moundros

M/M George & Kay Liadis

Patricia Krygier

M/M Nicholas Madias

M/M Edward Power

Jammie Pelton

Ray Lofgren

M/M George M. Zervos

M/M Lawrence Reed

M/M Todd Barnaby

M/M George Malis

M/M Lou Chalogianis

Maritsa Flaherty

M/M James Kukunas

M/M Anthony Barr

Gary D’Allessandro

M/M George L. Liadis

M/M Brian Pencak

M/M Dennis Patoczak

M/M John Zannis

Pete Moundros & Martha Enzmann

M/M Tom Thomas

Lula Abbo

Mary Sitaras

M/M Andrew Bittinger

Judy Majoros

Dr/M Pan Pesaros

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M Stelios Sinanis

Orthodox Youth Athletic Association

M/M Bill Williams

Gregory Demopoulos

M/M Doug Garber

M/M Cosmos Charnas

M/M Bill Madias

Dr/M Marcus Zervos

Rose Pencak

Mary Kargilis

M/M Stephen Economy

M/M Albert Scaglione

M/M George N. & Callie Liadis

M/M Francis Tatu

M/M Peter Angelas

M/M Tim Keros

Katherine Zervos & Family

M/M John Fekaris

M/M Tad Krear

M/M Neeraj Shah

M/M Kenneth MacLaren

M/M Jerry Beale

Mrs. Eileen Power

M/M Limperis Zervos

M/M Van Kyriakopoulos

Mrs. Maria Faskianos

Mrs. Patty Spanos

Anastasia Spanos

M/M Robert DiNicola

Barb Lidtke

M/M George Stefanakis

M/M Martin Gehan

M/M Gus Zervos

Angelo P. Zervos & Family

Dr. James Stewart

M/M Timothy Somero

 Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

 Mrs. Tula Georgeson

M/M George Katsias

  ALEXANDER KARGILIS

M/M Tom Casoglos

M/M Scott Linzell

M/M Andrew Bittinger

M/M Doug Garber

M/M Cosmos Charnas

Gregory Demopoulos

George Polymeneas

Maritsa Loizos

M/M John Liadis

M/M Edward Power

M/M John George

M/M Michael Sturm

M/M Steve Fekaris

Margarita Shukla

Pat Snider

Andy Paulson

M/M George Gaggos

M/M Tony Manolias

Elaine Ioanou

Dolores Rajala

M/M George Katsias

Shirley Magder

Tula Georgeson

Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

Dana Kouris

Denise Liberty

M/M Evans Lucas

Peggy Theodore

M/ Adam Angelas

M/M Mike Blough

James Sitaras

M/M Stelios Sinanis

Fran Kouris

M/M Gus Mackris

M/M Limperis Zervos

Dian Schuler

Gloria Trothen

Sophie Paron

Dr/Mrs.Theodore Pantos

Anita Kargilis

Caroline Kargilis

M/M Anthony Barr

Patti Poppe

Jennifer Curry & Family

Mrs. Peter E. Zervos

M/M Bill Bowers

M/M Peter Angelas

M/M Bill Franca

M/M Van Kyriakopoulos

Pat Bassett

Mrs. Patty Spanos

M/M George Stefanakis

VIRGINIA MADIAS

Kaliope Christo

MENAS GEORGESON

Tula Georgeson

 Drs. Pamela Georgeson & Mark Decco

MARY PETERSON

M/M Steve Fekaris

M/M Basile Catsikopoulos & Family

M/M Peter Zervos

Margarita Shukla

M/M Mike Blough

MADELINE VINTZEL

M/M James Vintzel

HARRIET HOUNTALAS

Anastasia Spanos

M/M George Stefanakis

JANET STEWART

M/M George Stefanakis

M/M Spilios & Tina Adamopoulos

Maria Ciccarelli

 

MAY THEIR MEMORY BE ETERNAL

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