5:NOV

AHEPA Movie Night

Thursday, November 5th - St. Demetrios will be featuring the award winning documentary “AGORA—The Greek Financial Crisis” upstairs in the Assembly Hall at 7 pm. A love offering will be taken and will be donated to the Elpis hospital in Greece. Coffee and dessert will be served. Please contact Frank Gankas at 805-985-263 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more info.

Watch the Trailer below

AGORA - From Democracy to the Market [Trailer] from Small Planet Productions on Vimeo.

12:DEC

Hollywood Greek Night and Christmas Party

Join us for our Hollywood Greek Night and Christmas Party to benefit the St. Demetrios dance program. Dancing, dinner, red carpet photos, and more! Buy your tickets from Oliva at 805-377-8916!


Hollywood Greek Night and Christmas Party:
YOU’RE INVITED

St. Demetrios
Saturday, December 12.
6:00 pm

Dancing, Dinner, Raffle, Auction, Red Carpet Photos, and lots of fun!


Proceeds will benefit the Dance Groups of our Parish.
Tickets are $25 Adults/$15 Kids 10 and under.
Beer and wine $5


Please contact Oliva 805-377-8916
To buy your tickets or for more information.

27:Dec

Pan-Orthodox Winter Camp

For 5th through 12th Grade Orthodox Youth

December 27—December 30, 2015

CAMP WRIGHTWOOD—Wrightwood, CA

Sunday, December 27—5:00 p.m. Arrival and Ice-Breaker Games

Monday, December 28—Full day of Camp Activities

Tuesday, December 29—Full day of Camp Activities with liturgy

Wednesday, December 30—11:00 a.m. Farewell and pick-up

With the Blessing of the Orthodox Bishops on the West Coast

Organized by Orthodox Youth Workers and Priests of the West Coast

To register: Fill out the registration form and mail with check by Dec. 14 to:

Pan-Orthodox Winter Camp 2015 1621 West Garvey Avenue—Alhambra, CA 91803

Cost: $99 per camper Checks payable to: Cal-Pac Camps


Registration Form

1:NOV

Student Dress up Day

THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, Student Dress up Day- It is my desire that all the kids of our parish come to Church dressed in a costume showing their creativity!

The challenge is for them to dress up as a person from the Bible: Old or New Testament, or their very own Patron Saint.

Message from Fr Gary

Fr Gary

Sanctify Sundays


We need to sanctify Sunday mornings. We have allowed other entities to sneak in and snatch the sacredness of Sunday mornings from us. When Divine Liturgy is not the priority on Sunday morning, and we allow sporting events, science projects, and undone chores from earlier in the week keep us from worshipping, we are sending the wrong message to our youth.


The Church community and the weekly practice of liturgy is to strengthen and encourage us to face the challenges that lay ahead. It would be great if no one endured pain or suffering in life. If only we could wrap ourselves in bubble wrap to never scrap a knee, twist an ankle, or suffer other tragedies. Truth be told, none of us sit and wait for the storm to hit, it just comes. How prepared will we be?


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