Adult Religious Education
Learning about the Orthodox Faith is a lifelong endeavor. Monday School (for the grownups) is designed to be an introduction to our common life in Christ through study of the Holy Scriptures and the Tradition of the Church. The themes change with each season, and each separate class is intended to stand alone. The class is open to anyone who is interested in learning and is informal in tone: participants are welcome to come and go as they like and are encouraged to participate actively. Attendance at these classes is highly encouraged for inquirers and those preparing for their reception into the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.
Check back this summer to register for the 2017-2018 school year.
A casual, conversational gathering of college students and young adults, discussing life, faith, and the world we live in. Join us at our next meeting!
Each week we gather together and share the joy of Greek dance. We learn dances from all regions of Greece. New members of all skill levels are always welcomes and encouraged to attend. Open to adult members or our community.
How often have you wondered what it would be like to speak Greek?
Well, now you can!
To register for the Fall 2018 semester
Please return the completed registration form to the church office.
Build a foundation of fundamental Greek vocabulary and essential language structure. Develop Greek language skills to enjoy social interactions from greetings and introductions to dining out, shopping, traveling, sharing ideas and opinions, and much more.
Learn Greek or just refresh your Greek from our highly-credited adult language specialists!
Pick your level: Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced
Course Tuition: $350.00 (cost of books is extra)
For more information about the Adult Greek Language Arts Program, please call (914) 235-6100 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink”
Each week, while doing your food shopping, please consider buying two extra items for those in need. Each item represents a meal for someone who would otherwise go hungry.
For your convenience a drop off bin is located outside the Church office.
Staples such as rice, canned tuna, peanut butter, breakfast cereal, canned vegetables, and pasta are always in great need. Each week, these food items are brought to the HOPE Food Pantry of New Rochelle.
Your contributions are an enormous help to needy families who are often faced with the continued threat of homelessness, and the difficult decision of paying rent or buying food.
Thank you for your kind support.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to Knit or Crochet? Do you already know how and what to share your enthusiasm?
Why not take this opportunity to give back to the community? In Knitting for Charity, we gather to work on projects to donate to charity. Whether you're planning to start with a scarf, or tackle a sweater, you can find a pattern that challenges you, all while enjoying the company of other community members. Join us at our next meeting!