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    • Wednesday Lenten Study Program
      Every week, Fr. George will offer a brief overview of assigned readings, answer questions, and then engage in dialogue aimed at applying our book’s teachings to our prayer life. Please join us as you are able.
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    • St. Christopher Golf Classic Registration is Open
      Please join us for the 1st Annual St. Christopher Golf Classic benefiting Saint Christopher Outreach Ministry, The Bedford School and The Joseph Sams School. Funds raised are provided to the schools in the form of a scholarship. Interested in applying?
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    • Women in the Church Series
      Fr. George & Katie Wilson, assisted by Johnny Ellinas and Kirk Panayis engage parishioners with Praxis Magazine's "Women in the Church" Series.
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    • 2019 Archangel Michael Honorees Announced
      Congratulations to Faye Georgeo and Dedee Panayis, our 2019 honorees.
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    • Statement on the Sanctity of Life
      The Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America affirms the sanctity of life based on the firm conviction that life begins at the moment of conception. The Assembly remains steadfast in its conviction that any interference in the development of life is a serious issue, and therefore it regularly participates in a variety of relevant events and also releases pertinent statements on the topic. Read Entire Statement
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    • 2019 Stewardship Appeal
      Stewardship – Giving Time, Talent and Treasure As a member of St. Christopher’s, all of us are stewards, and we accept responsibility for protecting, managing, and caring for our parish. We hold it in trust for those of blessed memory who helped to create it and we nurture it for future generations who will inherit it. Stewardship becomes actionable through our Time, Talent, and Treasure, contributions we each make to ensure that we can achieve our vision. Gifts of Treasure are the financial commitments we make through our pledges to the Annual Stewardship Campaign to support our staff, our operations, the religious education of our children and adults and all of our ministries. We encourage pledging because making and keeping promises is an important spiritual discipline that creates faithfulness and mutual responsibility. Pledges also help our parish to plan wisely. We thank those who have already completed their 2019 Stewardship Pledge! If you have not had the opportunity to complete your 2019 please click on this link https://goo.gl/forms/Z5uQJSgvzoo1xC7E2 to complete your pledge online. In order to approve our 2019 budget at this Sunday's General Assembly we need to know what our pledges are. Please do not hesitate to contact me at gsjs401mg@gmail.com with any questions. We are deeply grateful for the loving generosity that you and your family provide and we thank you for your offerings of Time, Talents and Treasurers. Faithfully, Julie Skouteris
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    • "Go RED" Sunday
      "Go Red" for Women is the American Heart Association’s national call to increase awareness and help prevent heart disease, the number one killer of American women. This is a call for women, to take charge of their well-being and live stronger, healthier lives. The statistics make it clear that awareness is important. Ninety percent of women have one or more risk factors for developing heart disease. Only one in five women believes that heart disease is her greatest health risk. Eighty percent of cardiac events in women could be prevented if women made the right choices for their hearts. Join in the mission to increase awareness and help prevent heart disease in women today! The National Philoptochos Society promotes the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign. Improve awareness by sharing information with your Philoptochos sisters, your parish community and all the women you know and love. The American Heart Association has designated Friday, February 1, 2019 as National Wear Red Day. In support of this program, The National Philoptochos Society is designating Sunday, February 3, 2019 as Go Red Sunday and are asking Philoptochos sisters across the country to join the movement and wear red, when attending Church services.
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    • Join us fight hunger and poverty on Sunday, February 3rd. Support our annual Souper Bowl of Caring event.
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    • Women in the Church - Adult Religious Education
      The Adult Religious Education Class at St. Christopher Church will be using the Winter 2018 Issue of Praxis Magazine published by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Religious Education Department. For the next two months, we will focus on "Women in the Church"
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    • Journey to Holy Theophany
      On January 1st and 4th, parishioners gathered for church services and fellowship afterwards (St. Basil's Feast Day & Great Hours of Theophany). On Saturday, January 5th, we celebrated the Vigil of Theophany and the first Blessing of the Waters. Join us for Holy Theophany on Sunday, January 6th.
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