Church Bulletins are now available by email and on our church website

St. George Greek Orthodox Church invites everyone to subscribe to receive the church bulletins each week through email. Bulletins are mailed out several days prior to each Sunday services. Don’t miss another bulletin.

If you’d like to receive your bulletin by email, you can either call the church office at 727-868-5911 or subscribe on the church website Home page.

Past church bulletins are now available to view and download at the church website on the Administration page for Our Parish.

Greek Dance 2016-2017

Lenten Prayer of St. Ephrem

O Lord and Master of my life!

Take from me the spirit of sloth,

faint-heartedness, lust of power, and idle talk.

But give rather the spirit of chastity,

humility, patience, and love to Thy servant.

Yea, Lord and King! Grant me to see my own errors

and not to judge my brother,

for Thou art blessed unto ages of ages. Amen.

Spreading the Word of Christ, Our Lord

We’re pleased to announce that Church Services from St. George Greek Orthodox Church can now be viewed LIVE from a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone via Ustream.tv. Ustream, an IBM Company, powers live and on-demand video for 80 million viewers per month. Ustream customers include NASA, Samsung, Facebook, Nike and Discovery Communications.

We know that many parishioners are unable to attend church services throughout the year. We also know we all share a commitment to deliver the Word of Christ, Our Lord, however we can. UStream provides that opportunity. Visitors to the St. George website can now view services by Church Services live by clicking here.

If you’re interested in supporting this wonderful Ministry, you can become a Steward of St. George by contacting the Church office at 727-868-5911 for more information.

Christmas Eve Refreshments Under the Stars

St. George Philoptochos will be hosting Christmas Eve refreshments after the evening services on December 24th. We invite you to join us as we celebrate the Nativity in the courtyard, under the stars and by the Christmas tree!

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December Church Service Schedule

Join us to celebrate the Nativity of Jesus Christ this December. View our December Church Service Schedule, including Christmas – New Year and Epiphany Church Services.

First Sunday of Each Month: Will be dedicated as Youth Sunday

Hope/Joy, GOYA, YAL will convene after Sunday School.

On those Sundays, a more substantial menu will be provided, such as chicken salad croissants.

(Oct. 2nd). Pizza, hot dogs, peanut butter/jelly sandwiches, macaronada are other options. Philoptochos will coordinate the fellowship hour.

22nd Annual Greek American Festival

32nd Annual Greek American Festival

Save the date!

The Greek American Festival is scheduled for November 3-6. This is a great event for our church and we encourage everyone to spread the word. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to the date.

Once again there will be lots of rides, vendors, Greek food, Greek dancing, pet blessings and we’re pleased to welcome the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office who will be doing free ID Kits for the children.

If you’d like to be a vendor, please call 727-967-9584 or contact us by email at greekamericanfestival@gmail.com.

Rejoice! Father Gregory Edwards joins St. George

Father Gregory Edwards has accepted the call to St. George. Father Edwards and his family move to New Port Richey from St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in Jackson, California. Check out the Our Pastor page of the church website, for more about him.

Please welcome the Edwards family into our community of believers in Christ, our Lord.

Father Tsourlis leaves St. George

Father Vasileios Tsourlis has been reassigned and is now Pastor at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Father had served St. George for 6 years. We all appreciate his faithful and loving service in our Lord’s name. We wish him well as he ministers to his new community.