Please contact the Church Office to get further information about any of our Ministries.

The Greek Orthodox National Philoptochos Society has launched a new web site.  Please visit  For more information, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The mission of Philoptochos is "To promote charitable, benevolent and philanthropic outreach, to preserve the sanctity of life and family, and to perpetuate and to promote our Orthodox faith and traditions."  Please support our local chapter here at St. Demetrios. Meetings are scheduled as needed and are announced in the weekly bulletin.
Orthodox Christian Stewardship is a way of life, acknowledging accountability, reverence and responsibility before God. An Orthodox Christian steward is an active participant in the life of the church. A steward is willing to make a commitment of Time, Talent and Treasure to support the parish and their ministries.
We practice congregational singing. All guests and parishioners are encouraged to lift their voices to the Lord during the Divine Services, following the direction of the music ministry leader at the chant stand. Come and sing a song of joy to the Lord with us!
Daughters of Penelope:
Our general purpose is to cultivate and preserve the principles known as the Hellenic Trinity: Truth, Goodness and Beauty. For more information, please email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Coffee Hour:
Sunday morning Coffee Hour is a joyful part of life and fellowship at St. Demetrios. In the ancient church, this was called the "Agape Meal"; St. Paul called them "Love Feasts". We take time to connect before going back out into the world after the Divine Liturgy. We break bread with one another and further create community to build up the Body of Christ. Read More
Sunday School:
Sunday school provides Religious Education in the Greek Orthodox tradition to our youth in a way that promotes fun and fellowship.  All youth (ages 4 to 18) are welcome to attend our program. This instruction is given on Sunday after Communion.
American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association is an organization that promotes Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic responsibility and individual excellence for Greek Orthodox brothers in Christ. This group meets every 3rd Thursday at 6:30pm
Youth Greek Dance:
The purpose of our youth Greek Dance program is to bring the youth of our church together. We provide opportunities for our youth to experience Christian fellowship, lasting friendships & learn cultural dances and songs.
Book Store / Lending Library:
Education in our Faith is essential to our growth as Orthodox Christians. To further this aim, our parish hosts a small bookstore in our Narthex, and a free lending library upstairs. Please come find a spiritual book and be fed by it!
Myrrhbearing Readers:
The Myrrhbearing Readers are young girls & young women who are growing in leadership and public speaking abilities through leading the Creed, Lord's Prayer and other corporate worship prayers during the Divine Liturgy.
Young Family Group:
We have many young families. We enjoy spending time together and having the kids play, beginning godly friendships to last a lifetime.
The VIPs are our older and honored parishioners. VIPs get together on a monthly basis and enjoy meals, outing and activities together.
Boy Scouts:
St. Demetrios Parish is a supporter of the Boy Scouts of America. We host troops, who meet on parish grounds.