Sts Raphael, Nicholas & Irene Day!

We thank you to all those that attended our glendi on 14 April 2018 in celebration of our patron saints. We would like to share some flashback photos with you all. Thank you to our dancing group mentored by Paroula, our attendees, and volunteers. We hope to see you all next year! Many blessings.

Happy Mother's Day

We wish all of the Mothers, Grandmothers, and our Holy Theotokos a Happy Mother's Day. We really cherish you! And we thank you for your unconditional love, support and all that you do. May God bless you all. We also thank our Greek School Students who said some beautiful words and poems in honour of our Mothers after our Sunday service. Hope you enjoy some photos from our service today. A Mum. A true giver of life. A beautiful soul. A warm hug. A Mum. We love you Mum!!

Hellenic Presidential Guard

The Hellenic Presidential Guard (also known as the Evzones) visited our very own church district in the suburbs of Camden and Picton on Saturday, 28 April 2018. Each day, they raise and lower the flag atop of the rock of the Acropolis and guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The ceremonial military unit guards wear handmade uniforms that include a white kilt (with 400 pleats to represent 400 years under Ottoman occupation) and red leather clogs (which weigh over seven pounds). An Evzone (Greek: Εύζωνας) is also known, colloquially, as a Tsoliás (Greek: Τσολιάς; pl. , Τσολιάδες, Tsoliádes).The Evzones or Evzonoi (Greek: Εύζωνες, Εύζωνοι, pronounced [evˈzones, evˈzoni]), is the name of the

Fr Stavropoulos & Evzones visit Manolis

Did you know that our Church services a large geographical area from Liverpool to Moss Vale and is home to the first documented Greek Australian? In July 1827, during the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire Andonis Manolis captained the Hercules, a Greek ship which looted the cargo of a British owned Maltese ship in Mediterranean to replenish their own supplies. Manolis and the six other Greek sailors were convicted of piracy by a British Court in Malta, transported to England and later Australia upon a convict ship. All seven sailors were pardoned after 6 years of being in Australia but only Manolis and Ghikas Boulgaris decided to stay in Australia. They are recognised as A

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