Sunday, 27 August 2017
St. Nicholas Church
4313 18th Avenue
$15 adult/$10 children 5-12/$100 table of 8
Food will be served beginning at noon, with the Kimissis Greek Dancers of Racine performing at 1 p.m.
Church Tours ~ Activities for Children
Enjoy your choice of Grecian rotisserie chicken, lamb (or both) served with rice pilaf, corn, beverage, and
dessert. (Hot dog option for children.)
Beer and wine will be available at an additional cost.
All tickets must be purchased in advance.
For tickets, please call Nick at 773.909.3291
18 – 19 February 2017
9400 West Congress Street
Taste of Greece 2017
Enjoy all your Greek culinary favorites at Annunciation Church’s 2017 Taste of Greece! Free admission!
Spit Roasted Greek Chicken & Lamb
Saganaki (flaming cheese)
Keftedes (Greek meatballs)
Homemade Greek Pastries
Hellenic Dancers performing at 2:30pm both days
Church Tours – scheduled for 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm each day
WTMJ promo spot
07 March 2016
Appellate Courtroom, Eckstein Hall, Marquette University
1215 W. Michigan St.,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233
Free & open to the Public
In the Image and Likeness of God – The Human Person in Orthodox Spirituality
Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia is a renowned Orthodox Christian theologian, scholar, writer, and speaker. He is the author of several works on the Orthodox Christian tradition, including the hugely successful The Orthodox Church. With Philip Sherrard and Gerald Palmer, he translated the classic work of Orthodox spirituality, The Philokalia. He is a monk of the monastery of St. John of Patmos, a metropolitan bishop within the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
The question of what it means to be human has been described by Metropolitan Kallistos as the most significant and pressing issue facing Orthodox theology today. This lecture, sponsored by the Marquette Department of Theology, is free and open to the public.
Download flyer here: Metropolitan Kallistos Lecture – Spring 2016
6 March 2016
St. Nicholas Parish Hall
4304 17th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140
Adults – $10, Children (ages 6-12) – $5, Children (5 & under) – free
St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha will be hosting a “Blini Dinner” with authentic Russian food. The menu includes kielbasa, blini (cheese-filled pancakes), kapusta (specially prepared cabbage), plus homemade desserts.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Pat Ciko at 847.875.7917.
Download Flyer: StNicholasBliniDinner2016
27 February 2016
11 E. Madison St., 4th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602
Orthodoxy on Tap a three-part winter series
Presenting Steven Christoforou, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries and host of “Be the Bee”. “LIVING ORTHODOXY TODAY: WHERE GOD HAS CALLED YOU TO BE”
PLEASE RSVP BY FEBRUARY 25TH YALCHICAGO@GMAIL.COM.
Download Flyer Here: ORTHODOXYONTAP_FLYER_1
Saturday, 10 October 2015
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
893 N. Church Road
Elmhurst, IL 60126-1005
10:30 a.m. Registration and Fellowship
11:00 a.m. Session #1 – “The Bad News”
12:30 p.m. Harvest of Plenty (aka Lunch)
1:15 p.m. Session #2 – “The Good News”
Reservations required by Monday, 5 October. Please contact Eleni at the Church Office at email@example.com or 630.834.7010.
Being Orthodox On Purpose
This retreat will feature Fr. Barnabas Powell, parish priest at SS. Raphael, Nicholas and Irene Greek Orthodox Church in Cumming, Georgia and host of Faith Encouraged LIVE on Ancient Faith Radio. He is also the author of the devotional Faith Encouraged Daily (faithencouraged.org). Fr. Barnabas has traveled the country speaking in parishes about parish renewal, outreach to neighbors, spiritual maturity and purposeful practice of the Faith in everyday life. His question to parishes all across the country is “Why don’t your neighbors walk to your church on Sunday morning?”
Download Event Flyer
Orthodox On Purpose Facebook page
18 October 2015
Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church
2160 Wauwatosa Ave
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Registration & More Information
Registration is $25 ($15 if received by 27 September) for adults and children 13 and over and $5 for children 12 and under.
First Annual Mission Walk
Sts. Constantine & Helen present their first annual “Mission Walk”, a 5K walk whose purpose it is to help in the community. The beneficiary of this year’s event is Life Navigators, a Milwaukee-area organization that helps support approximately 4500 adults and children with disabilities with education, community outings, information, & life planning services, to name a few.
The day will begin with Divine Liturgy at 9:30am (conservative, casual and athletic attire allowed during service, but no shorts please), followed by Fellowship and Walk Sign-in at noon. The event commencement ceremony is scheduled for 12:45pm, with the walk scheduled to begin at 1pm at the parish parking lot.
Registration includes t-shirt, bottle water and light snack.
Please come out & walk for a good cause. Collect walk pledges to make an even greater impact!
Life Navigators Event Description
PDF info packet