FALL/WINTER OFFICE HOURS:
BEGINNING Sunday, September 9th
Monday - Friday from 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Orthros 9:00 a.m.
Divine Liturgy 10:00 a.m.
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|GREEK SCHOOL BEGINS|
Tuesday & Thursday - 3:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.
Saturday - 9:00a.m. - 12:00 noon. Please register your child today.
"NEW PROGRAM" - We are accepting children ages 3 1/2. Please contact Lena
Triantos, principal (firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-797-5132 for more details.
CHURCH SCHOOL BEGINS - Registration and classes begin on Sunday, October 6th
|MYLB 2019 |
Goya Boys & Girls Leagues - Grades 9-12
Joy Boys & Girls Leagues - Grades 6-8
Games begin the weekend of November 9th and 10th.
If you are interested in taking part, please contact John Meklis email@example.com or
call the Church office (781)593-6162.
|LETS PLAY SOCCER!!! |
Are your kids interested in soccer??? With enough interest we would like to begin
an intramural soccer program for ages 4 - 14. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested!
|CONGRATULATIONS TO TE NEW OFFICERS OF THE ST. GEORGE PHILOPTCHOS SOCIETY! |
President - Stacy Arambages
Vice President - Mary Ann Spartos
Treasurer - Christine Katsos
Assistant Treasurer - Patrice Kotsakis
Recording Secretary - Anita Rassias
Corresponding Secretary - Diane Stamatopulos
|ALTAR BOY MEETING |
Saturday, November 16th - 12:00 NOON to 2:00PM in the Youth Recreation Room.
|GOYA MEETING |
We will be meeting in the lower banquet hall of the Church immediately following Holy Communion - Sunday, November 17th.
We will share a meal, take part in an activity together, and enjoy some fun and fellowship in the game room. Our gathering
will conclude at 1:00PM. We look forward to seeing you!
|GENERAL ASSEMBLY |
Sunday, November 17, 2019 immediately following Church services in the lower hall. We are actively seeking Parish Council members, who will be willing to regularly
attend the meetings and to work for the spiritual and physical improvement of our Parish. Candidate must have fulfilled their obligation for the year 2019. YOU MUST
SUBMIT YOUR OWN NAME FOR NOMINATION. Your NAME CANNOT be SUBMITTED to another person unless you are present to accept the nomination. Deadline for nominations - November 17, 2019.
Daily Readings Mobile Apps –
Available for iPhone, Android and Nokia mobile devices.|
|CHOIR MEMBERS NEEDED! |
Our St. George Choir is in need of new members. No music experience necessary and you do not have to be able to read
Greek, all music is phonetics! Please come and help your Church to continue this beautiful tradition. WE NEED YOU!
Contact Sophia Argeros 617-543-5762
|ST. GEORGE LADIES SOCIETY ANNUAL BAKE SALE & SPINACH PITA SALE |
Our annual Bake Sale & Spinach Pita sale will be held on Sunday, November 24th. Spinach Pita will be sold through pre-orders only!
ORDER DEADLINE - November 10, 2019
1. Make checks payable to St. George Ladies Society
2. Send check with order to St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 54 South Common Street, Lynn, MA 01902
3. Orders must be picked up on Saturday, November 23rd - 10:00AM to 12:00NOON
Spinach Pita (9 x 13 pan) $20.00 each
Kourambiedes & Finikia $5 for 6
Baklava $3.00 each
ALL PRE ORDERS (SPINACH PITA & PASTRY) MUST BE PICKED UP ON SATURDAY. THERE WILL NOT BE ANY SPINACH PITA FOR SALE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24th
|THE ALPHA OMEGA COUNCIL cordially invites you to attend
2019 HONORS GALA - LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD|
Dr. George C. Velmahos, M.D., PH.D. - Division Chief of the Trauma Unit at the renowned Massachusetts
General Hospital, helped saved the lives of many wounded in the terrorist bombings at the Boston
Marathon Finish Line.
Saturday Evening, November 16, 2019
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, Columbia Point, Boston, MA 02125
Reception 6:00PM - Dinner 7:30PM - After Party 10:00PM - DONATION $250.00
PHIL HELLENE AWARD - Dr. Mary R. Lefkowitz, PH.D., Professor Emerita of Classical Studies at Wellesley College
One of the foremost classical scholars of this generation, Professor Lefkowitz has published
numerous, ground-breaking studies on ancient Greek literature and culture, including Women in Greek Myth, Heroines and Hysterics,
Lives of the Greek Poets, and Not out of Africa.
EMERGING LEADER AWARD - Dr. Constantinos Daskalakis, PH.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT.
A native of Greece, and an award winning scholar for his work in game theory and machine learning. He was resolved long-standing
open problems about the computational complexity of the Nash equilibrium, the mathematical structure and computational
complexity of multi-item auctions, and the behavior of machine-learning methods.
|The St. George Philoptochos Book Club|
Wednesday, November 20th at 7:00PM in the foyer outside the office.
The book for this month is EDUCATED by Tara Westover.
We hope you will join us for an evening of fun, refreshments
and stimulating conversation. We ask that you try to read the
entire book, if possible. Hope to see you there!
|LOOKING FOR FUN & NEW FRIENDS?|
H.O.P.E. - Ages 2-4
J.O.Y. - Ages 5-8
JR. G.O.Y.A. - Ages 9-12
G.O.Y.A. - Ages 13-18
Church involvement builds friendships that last a lifetime! Contact Theodora Roumeliotis for more info
|Paschal Reflection of
|CARING & SHARING PROGRAM - "LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT" - "HAPPY FEET PROGRAM"|
The Lynn Shelter Association and My Brother's Table is in need of warm socks for its visitors during the winter months.
We ask that you donate new socks to this program. This is a giant request since approximately 350 people
visit the shelter on a daily basis. Please be generous for our less fortunate friends.
We are also beginning our "Coat Drive". Please bring in your gently used coats, boots, hat, mittens &
scarves for children thru adult size during the months of October and November. Boxes will be set up for all donations.
Thank you for making the winter months warmer for those in need!
|CARING & SHARING PROGRAM - "LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT" - "HAPPY THANKSGIVING"|
With the coming of the month of November our minds go to that great American holiday, "THANKSGIVING" which is celebrated
on Thursday, November 28th. It is a time for us to reflect on the countless blessings that God has abundantly bestowed
upon us. It is also a time to reflect on those individuals that are less fortunate than most of us, and as we do this
we ask that you make a donation and help us make the difference for them through our Caring & Sharing program now in its
24th year. Hundreds have received assistance through your generosity. Please be generous.
We plan on distributing 40 food baskets to families in need of assistance and 35 elderly shut ins from the Greater Lynn Senior Services.
We ask that you please bring in non-perishable food items such as: canned vegetables, soups, cereals, pasta, rice, canned fruit, tuna fish,
peanut butter, jelly, tea, coffee, cookies, crackers, hot chocolate, honey, sauces etc.
Items can be brought to the Church office, Monday thru Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Saturday morning during Greek School or Sunday morning when
we come to Church. There will be large baskets in the foyer outside the community center.
Monetary donations are gratefully accepted to help offset the cost of all perishable food items that will be purchased to fill the many food baskets that will be distributed.
ALL CHILDREN ARE ASKED TO HELP PREPARE THE BASKETS ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th which will start promptly at 5:00PM.
DRIVERS ARE NEEDED TO DELIVER THE FOOD BASKETS ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th. Please contact the office for more information.
THANK YOU for your HELP and remember we are counting on YOU to make the CARING & SHARING PROGRAM successful.
|Greek Orthodox Archdiocese News -
|HOSPITAL VISITATIONS -
Please be advised that patient listings are NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR THE CLERGY at our hospitals as was the practice in the past.
New regulations regarding confidentiality of patient information have been implemented at both Union and Salem hospitals.
A family member must call the Church office and request a pastoral visitation.|
|DATES TO REMEMBER|
CARING & SHARING
Altar Boy Meeting - Saturday, November 16th
General Assembly - Sunday, November 17th
Spanakopita & Bake Sale - Sunday, November 24th
|“Keep the Light of St. George Strong & Bright”|
Stewardship 2019 – Pledges as of 11/6/19 – 411 TOTALING - $202,890.00
Sunday, November 3rd: Candles: $684. Tray: $231. Building Fund: $231.