Since the beginning of the Christian Church, the Sacrament of Baptism has been a sacred mystery that unites us to Christ and publicly marks the beginning of our walk with the Lord. We are not saved as ...
The word philanthropy comes from two Greek words: fileo (love) and anthropos (people/humanity); therefore, philanthropy properly understood is an active love of other people. Such charitable work can often ...
On Saturday, August 22, 2015, a group of twelve parishioners visited the Holy Dormition Orthodox Monastery in Rives Junction, Michigan.
Here are a few photos of the 2013 and 2015 Pilaf Dinner celebrations.
Father James participated in "Week Zero" of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Detroit Summer Camp in Rose City, Michigan. This is when the Counselors in Training get to enjoy a week together before ...
On September 20, 2014, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church was pleased to host the wedding of David Clark and Lauren Reddington. The service was officiated by David's uncle, the Rev. Fr. John Afendoulis, ...
Great Lent is a period of intense fasting and other forms of spiritual preparation that have developed over the course of the past two thousand years. Lent leads into Holy Week, which is filled with several ...
The Most Reverend Metropolitan Nicholas, Bishop of the Detroit Diocese, visited the Norton Shores parish in August of 2014. He spent time with the members, elected lay leadership, and visiting clergy.
The Most Reverend Metropolitan Nicholas of Detroit visited Annunciation Church for Mother's Day weekend. He met with leaders from the Parish Council and Philoptochos, and he served as celebrant for the ...
8th Monday after Pentecost
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