Sunday, 10/29

  • + Ζ’ Λουκά. 7th Sunday of Luke Orthros 8:45 am, Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
  • Sunday School
  • Greek School: OXI DAY luncheon following church services

Wednesday, 11/1

  • Panagia’s Little Lambs 10:30 am – 11:30 am
  • Greek School 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Friday, 11/3

  • Futsal Game 6pm – 7pm

Sunday, 11/5

  • + E’ Λουκά. 5th Sunday of Luke Orthros 8:45 am, Divine Liturgy 10:00 am
  • Sunday School
  • General Assembly following church services

Saints and Feasts

Our Righteous Father Abramius – Our Righteous Father Abramius, born in Edessa in Mesopotamia in 296, took up the monastic life and brought many pagans to Christ. Mary, his niece, upon the death of her parents, joined Abramius at his hermitage and under his guidance advanced swiftly in the love of God. Through the wiles of the evil one, however, she fell into sin, and falling from them into despair, she left her uncle and became a harlot. When he learned where his niece was, Abramius put on the clothes of a man of the world and went to visit her in disguise. Through his exhortations, Mary returned to her first hope in the mercy of God, was rescued from the life of harlotry, and ended her life in great holiness. He himself reposed in the year 366. Saints Abramius and Mary were friends of Saint Ephraim the Syrian, and it was he who wrote their account.

7th Sunday of Luke

Anastasia the Martyr of Rome – Saint Anastasia, who was young in age and lived in a convent, was seized by the impious. Confessing Christ openly and with boldness and enduring manifold torments, she was beheaded in the year 256, during the reign of Valerian.


Churching – 40 days churching of Demitra Shannon Lovejoy & Jack Alexander Lovejoy, twins of Jeremy & Nectaria Lovejoy. Congratulations

Greek School (OXI Day) Celebration – On Sunday, October 29 following church services, the Greek School will celebrate the Greek National “OXI” Day

Θα γιορτάσουμε την Εθνική Επέτειο της 28ης Οκτωβρίου.

The students will present their poems and a delicious lunch will be served.

Social Hour – Sponsored by Philoptochos.

Philoptochos – Our Philoptochos Society is having its Harvest Bake Sale Fundraiser on Sunday, November 12, 2017. Please come and buy baked goods. Support our Philoptochos chapter 4009.

Trip to St. Nektarios Church in Covina – The Assumption Seniors have planned a bus trip to Covina for the Fest Day of Saint Nektarios on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 for Hierarchical Divine Liturgy and Lunch Reception. Bus leaves from Assumption at 8:00 am and returns at 3:00 pm. $15 per person. Please call the church office at 562-494-8929 to reserve your seat.

Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive – We invite everyone to participate in this year’s Panagias’ Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive hosted by Philoptochos. The Philoptochos’ goal is to provide Thanksgiving meals for 150 families. To be a part of this outreach and assist them in helping those who need it, you can sponsor a family with a $30 donation with a check made payable to Assumption Philoptochos, or bring a non-perishable food items and frozen turkeys to the church no later than Sunday, November 19.

Upcoming Memorial Service – November 5 – Demetrios Castritis (40 days); Departed Philoptochos members; George Kastanas (2 months); Vasiliki Kastanas (3 months); Eleni Kastanas (3 months)

General Assembly – On Sunday, November 5, 2017, following church services we will have our general assembly.

Stewards in Good Standing and current are defined as: Stewards who have pledged in 2017 and have paid at least three-quarters (75%) of your pledge amount.

Are you a “Steward in Good Standing”? If you are not, please take the necessary steps to be able to participate in the General Assembly and upcoming Parish Council Elections. Remember this Church belongs to YOU.

Bookstore – Come and visit our bookstore at the hall during coffee hour. You may also contact Zoe Falley at 714-366-0001 or Voula at the church office at 562-494-8929.

Panagia’s Pantry – We are collecting:

  • Non perishable/canned foods
  • Clothing
  • Toiletries
  • Blankets