Hope you are well and God bless for 2020.
Attached is the program for February.
Please note the Announcements for all the activities of the Parish starting up now!
ALSO PLEASE NOTE THE STATE YOUTH CONFERENCE ON SATURDAY 29 FEBRUARY 7.30 AM TO 6 PM AT SAINT EUPHEMIA BANKSTOWN. IT IS FREE!
We want many to go from the Parish. Register at www.cycnsw.org.au
Open to late Teens onwards.
GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
Further Information (Greek)
In honour of the Feast Day of the Three Hierarchs, Saints Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and John Chrysostom, patrons of education, His Eminence Archbishop Makarios has given his blessing for St Andrew’s Theological College to collaborate with the Australian Hellenic Educators’ Association and to host a public lecture by Dr Vassilis Adrahtas (Western Sydney University), entitled:
“Hellenism Transformed in the Light of Christ: The Three Hierarchs in World History Perspective”
As it is well known, the teachings of these three Holy Fathers and ecumenical teachers not only shaped Orthodox theology but their inestimable contribution to education, more broadly, is acknowledged and renowned, and thus they are rightly acclaimed as patrons of education throughout the ages.
The lecture will be presented in English.
You are all cordially invited to attend this event. Please feel welcome to bring along other people who may be interested and to spread the news about it. See attached Flyer.
Time: Thursday 30 January 2020, 6:30pm
Venue: Main Hall of St Andrew’s Theological College, 242 Cleveland Street, Redfern.
Refreshments will be served.
NO RSVP REQUIRED.
On-site parking is very limited. Please consider public transport or parking in nearby Pitt or George Sts (Redfern), or Chippen or Meagher Sts (Chippendale).
Encyclical from His Eminence Archbishop Makarios in Greek or English.
Direct link to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia Facebook post where you can make a donation through Paypal or by bank transfer.
State Emergency Service
The NSW SES is a volunteer-based organisation that is available 24/7 to help communities in response to floods, storms and tsunamis.
This can include providing on-the-ground support, assisting in operational support roles or raising community awareness through education programs, there is a role to suit everyone!
NSW SES also assists other emergency services when they are performing major operations. These services include the NSW Police Force, the NSW Rural Fire Service, Fire and Rescue NSW and the Ambulance Service of NSW.
Would you like to know more about the NSW SES or have you thought about becoming a volunteer? Check out their website: www.ses.nsw.gov.au or www.ses.nsw.gov.au/get-involved/volunteer/