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The Annunciation parish, under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, is a body of believers who, having been empowered by the Holy Spirit, accept our sacred responsibility to follow and promulgate the Gospel of Jesus Christ as set forth in the Holy Sacred Tradition of the Orthodox Church. We believe this mission can be realized and implemented through Leitourgia, Koinonia, Diakonia and Martyria.
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Advent Retreat with Elissa Bjeletich.
Today our parishioners made “kourambiedes” in preparation for the Greek Bazaar on November 4-5. Next week: Baklava!!
The date for the Annual Greek Bazaar this year is: Saturday, Nov. 4, 10:30am-7:30pm Sunday, Nov. 5, 11am-6pm.
Holy Week 2017
The Hellenic Cultural Committee of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church invites you to the Apokriatiko Dinner and Dance. Dinner Served at 6:30pm. Music by DJ Leo Marcontonis Tickets: Adults $30; Children 11-17 - $15; Children 10 and under free admission. B.Y.O.B - Setups provided
Senior Citizens Gathering at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church on Thursday, December 8, 2016.
A big thank you to the Lancaster Community for supporting our Annual Greek Bazaar! Thank you to all of our hardworking parishioners for their dedication and MANY hours of labor needed to pull off another successful Bazaar. And, most importantly, we thank God for blessing us with a beautiful weekend with fantastic weather, safety, and a spirit of true joy and hospitality! Και του χρόνου!
Greek Food Bazaar! Saturday, November 5 - 11am to 7:30pm; Sunday, November 6 - 11am to 6pm!
New icon project in altar of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (before and after). Saints depicted are the great hierarchs of the fourth century -- St. Nicholas of Myra, St. Athanasios the Great, St. John Chrysostom, St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the Theologian, and St. Cyril of Alexandria -- who defended the Christian faith against heretical teachings, participated in the First (325 A.D.) and Second (381 A.D.) Ecumenical Councils, helped to write the Nicene Creed still used by Christians all around the world, and helped to write the Divine Liturgies (St. Basil and St.Chrysostom). A beautiful addition to our church. "Christ is glorified in His saints" (2 Thessalonians 1:10).