Monday School

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.

Young Adult Forum

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!

Greek Dance Troupe

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.

Adult Greek Language Classes

How often have you wondered what it would be like to speak Greek?

Well, now you can!

To register for the Fall 2019 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:

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Book Group

There are no rules,
no requirements,
no homework.

You can read the book or not.
Come and enjoy a pleasant evening of stimulating conversation.

The Philoptochos Book Group meets once a month from September to June on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm to discuss a chosen book. Each member chooses a book from a list of “suggested readings” that the group compiles. These books are recommended by individual members because they are provocative and will stimulate conversation. Inevitably, each member brings different ideas and opinions about the same book to the meetings.

All are welcome


James Plevritis - Joe Keane Evzone Chapter # 405

Today’s AHEPA is an extended family bound by a passion for education, and a dedication to community service, philanthropy, and individual excellence.

Although a majority of the membership is composed of Americans of Greek descent, application for membership is open to all men who believe in the mission of the organization.

AHEPA was founded on July 26, 1922 in response to the evils of bigotry and racism that emerged in early 20th century American society.  It also helped Greek immigrants assimilate into society.

Today, AHEPA brings the ideals of ancient Greece, which includes philanthropy, education, civic responsibility, and family and individual excellence to the community.


President: Harry A. Fotiadis
VP Membership: John Copulos
Secretary: Jon Kohilakis
Treasurer: Nick Kinas
Scholarship Chairman: Joseph C. Keane
Athletic Director: Costa Papademetriou
Public Relations Director: James Zafiros
Chaplain: Fr. Nick Anctil
Sentinel: Major John Daskos
Chef in residence: Manny Louros
Hellenism Directors: Peter Constantinides; Elias Pantelaros

The James Plevritis - Joe Keane Chapter is proud to offer an academic scholarship each year for graduating high school seniors.