Family, Friends and Marriage
Oct
20
7:00 PM19:00

Family, Friends and Marriage

ome and join us as Fr Kon speaks to us about three key parts of life that we navigate through:

Family, Friends and Marriage

Hosted at St George Church Hall on Rose St, Mile End.

20th October, Sunday night for a 7:00pm start.

Tea and coffee to follow.

God willing we shall see you there!


St George Youth Group Team

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Pool Night!
Jul
14
7:00 PM19:00

Pool Night!

The time has come again for our Annual Pool Night!

Sunday the 14th of July, 7:00pm until 9:00pm.

$13 entry (we’ll have a station at the door)
Youth & Young Adult - so basically 13 years old to 30. Ish.

Get keen for a chilled evening of pool, good chats and fun times with the Orthodox crew of Adelaide 😁.

Yianni’s Yiros will also be providing us with $12 yiros, for those who are feeling hungry /peckish/haven’t had dinner/just want good food.

Please email us via sa.centralyouth@gmail or message us on Facebook for RSVPs.

Getting keeeeeeeeeeen

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"Matthew 28"
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

"Matthew 28"

“Matthew 28”

Explore and learn about Apostleship and what it means for us as Orthodox Christians.

AGES 13-25.

Sunday, June 23 at 7:00pm.

Hall of St George Church, Mile End.

Tea and coffee provided.

RSVP via our email or our FB/Instagram.

Keen to see you there!

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Fast Free Friday Dinner!
Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

Fast Free Friday Dinner!

Friday the 21st of June is fast free in celebration of Pentecost!

Come and join us at St George in Mile End for a casual dinner.

7:00pm at the hall behind the Church.

All ages welcome! Bring your friends and families!

Donations welcome.

Please RSVP for catering purposes to:
Soula on 0413 485 084
or email sgyouth1960@gmail.com

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Disconnecting from the World and Connecting to God: Preparation for Pascha Workshop
Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

Disconnecting from the World and Connecting to God: Preparation for Pascha Workshop

  • Greek Orthodox Parish of Saint Spyridon (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An interactive workshop designed to help you reflect, and equip you with the tools to spiritually reconnect before Pascha.

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It's tough living in the 'world.' We all occasionally fall victim to stress, anxiety, perfectionism, the need to be popular, to be liked, to have the latest things. Sometimes we feel completely overwhelmed with it all. Sometimes we don't even notice that we are in need of spiritual nourishment.

In this workshop, we will be discussing the ways in which we all occasionally get caught up in the 'world,' and lose sight of what is most important - our relationship with God. Through a combination of presentation, personal reflection, and group discussion we'll explore some practical ways that we can disconnect from our worldly cares, and reconnect to God before Pascha.

Tea & coffee provided.

13-25 yr olds welcome.

An initiative of the CYC.

facebook event: facebook.com/events/638831213242538/

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Why should I go to Confession?
Apr
7
7:00 PM19:00

Why should I go to Confession?

  • Greek Orthodox Parish of Saint Anthony (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

What is the point of confession? Do I really need to say everything I’ve done wrong, out loud, to a priest? Why can’t I just repent my sins to God by myself? And if I do go to confession… how much detail am I supposed to give when I’m confessing my sins?

GOOD QUESTIONS!

We often hear that we’re supposed to fast, go to confession, and take communion during lent. We’ve got the fasting and the communion down - but confession can seem like a scary experience. How does it work and why should we do it?

Father Silouan and Father Michael are going to sit down with us for an interactive Q&A to answer all our questions about the sacrament of confession.

First, we’re going to interview the Fathers to get the answers to some of the big, fundamental questions.

Then, we’re going to give you the opportunity to submit your questions anonymously via Mentimeter (like Kahoot!)

We’ll be using Mentimeter throughout the night so you can share your thoughts, answer questions, and get your questions answered – so make sure you bring your phone along with plenty of charge!

Tea and fasting biscuits (OREOS ♥) will be provided on the night.

See you there :)

Love from the CYC

NOTE:
This event is for 13 - 25 year olds of any faith and background!

fb event: facebook.com/events/383766879072763/

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Forgiveness Sunday Vespers
Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

Forgiveness Sunday Vespers

The last Sunday before Lent begins is known as Forgiveness Sunday, or Cheesefare Sunday. In the evening, Forgiveness Vespers will take place at St Nectarios. This beautiful service will conclude with all priests and parishioners asking one another for forgiveness. If you have not attended before, it is truly the perfect way to begin Lent.

More info: https://orthodoxwiki.org/Forgiveness_Sunday

The CYC will be grabbing dessert after church to appropriately celebrate Cheesefare! If you'd like to join us, keep an eye out for us after church, or message our fb page @saorthodoxyouth.

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Tour de Church
Mar
3
6:30 PM18:30

Tour de Church

Come and join is for a tour of our Church! Fr Kon will be taking us through the meaning behind architecture, priest’ vestments, layout of the Church and the tools and instruments used by the priest.

Everything in our Churches has a reason and a purpose! Come and learn what they are!

March 3rd, 6:30pm-8:30pm.

Tea and coffee to follow.

Open to all ages!

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Theophany - Christ's Baptism and the Blessing of the Waters
Jan
6
8:00 AM08:00

Theophany - Christ's Baptism and the Blessing of the Waters

  • Glenelg Jetty Road Glenelg, SA, 5045 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Theophany, the Baptism of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, is celebrated twelve days after we celebrate His birth, the 6th of January.

This year the feast day falls on a Sunday. All Parishes will host their Liturgies as normal. At midday, the Priests and their Parishes are invited down the Glenelg Jetty by the Bishop, where there is a service to bless the waters. Following the blessing, there is a festival hosted by the Archdiocese Communities. Food, drinks, music and dancing will be open to all.

Matthew 3:13-17

13 Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. 14 But John tried to deter him, saying, “I need to be baptized by you, and do you come to me?” 15 Jesus replied, “Let it be so now; it is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness.”Then John consented. 16 As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him.17 And a voice from heaven said, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.”

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Vasilopita Blessing and Cutting
Jan
2
7:00 PM19:00

Vasilopita Blessing and Cutting

Sourced from http://www.familylifeministry.atlanta.goarch.org/st-basil-the-vasilopita-living-orthodoxy/

St. Basil was a brilliant scholar and a great spokesperson for Christianity. He won people over to Christ through his love. St. Basil could have become a bishop in a major city; instead, he humbly chose to return to Caesarea, where he was ordained a bishop. He was an authority on monasticism, and he established a set of guidelines, called a “rule,” for those living in monasteries. His writings and teachings reflected his love for Christ. Among other accomplishments, he created a Divine Liturgy, which we now use during Great Lent, on Christmas Eve, and on his feast day. St. Basil founded orphanages, hospitals, and homes for older adults.

St. Basil’s act of putting money in bread has brought him much recognition and has become an enduring custom. The traditional story begins during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Julian the Apostate, who denounced Christianity. Emperor Julian levied a tax on the people. St. Basil collected money from the people of Caesarea to protect the city from the army of the emperor. The emperor died prior to the collection of these monies. St. Basil tried to return the money by baking it in sweet bread to be distributed to the people of Caesarea.

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Youth Service & Beach Day
Dec
29
10:00 AM10:00

Youth Service & Beach Day

  • Greek Orthodox Parish of St Andrews (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It’s all happening at once!! 🤩😱 Saint Stephen’s CYC is closing 2018 with a BANG by following our St Stephen’s Day celebrations with a Youth Service and beach day!! Liturgy will be celebrated by Fr Michael at Saint Andrew’s, Noarlunga and after the service we’ll head down to Sellick’s Beach for fun times! 🙌🏽👌🏽😎.  

Young people aged 16-30 years are invited to come along! Car pool with the friends and contact us if you need help! sa.centralyouth@gmail.com

Follow us on insta @saorthodoxyouth and keep checking this event to stay tuned for updates 👍🏽

https://www.facebook.com/events/490447261359078/

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St. Stephen's Day Youth Celebration
Dec
27
6:00 PM18:00

St. Stephen's Day Youth Celebration

  • Greek Orthodox Community of The Nativity of Christ Port Adelaide (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

LET'S CELEBRATE OUR YOUTH!

VESPERS IN ENGLISH
FREE DINNER
GAMES

Join your fellow Orthodox Christian youth for our annual celebration of the patron saint of youth, Saint Stephen.

We will begin the evening with Vespers in English at 6pm, then enjoy a FREE dinner provided by the Nativity of Christ parish community. Afterwards, we will pull out the board games and social games, get some four-square going, and enjoy each other's company!

This event is specifically designed for youth aged 13 - 30. Youth from all churches - or not from church at all - are welcome, so bring your friends and family along to celebrate with us.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Hosted by the SA CYC in conjunction with the Nativity of Christ Parish Community.

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English Liturgy and Chips and Calamari at St George
Dec
7
6:30 PM18:30

English Liturgy and Chips and Calamari at St George

This is St George's final English Liturgy of 2018!

Come and join us as we celebrate God's Holy Gifts and Words!

Following the service, the Youth Committee of St George will be hosting a free calamari and chips night in the Junior Campus hall next door to the Church.

 

Fr Konstantinos Skoumbourdis celebrates English Liturgies once a month on a Friday night.

Every Friday night which doesn't have an English Liturgy celebrated, Fr Kon has English Ministry from 7:00pm to 8:30pm where he discusses various modern topics and how they impact our Faith and goes through various chapters of the bible and other religious books. 

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English Liturgy at St George
Nov
2
7:00 PM19:00

English Liturgy at St George

Come and join us as we celebrate the Divine Liturgy in English at St George's Parish in Mile End.

Fr Konstantinos Skoumbourdis celebrates English Liturgies once a month on a Friday night.

Every Friday night which doesn't have an English Liturgy celebrated, Fr Kon has English Ministry from 7:00pm to 8:30pm where he discusses various modern topics and how they impact our Faith and goes through various chapters of the bible and other religious books. 

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Greek National Day: Oxi Day
Oct
28
12:00 PM12:00

Greek National Day: Oxi Day

  • GREEK ORTHODOX PARISH & COMMUNITY OF THE NATIVITY OF CHRIST (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come and celebrate with us as a community on the grounds of The Nativity of Christ Church. Bring your family and friends!

There will be:

  • performances by students of the Greek School

  • Music

  • Greek flags for all children, and of course

  • Greek food

Program:

8:00am - 11:15am divine Liturgy

11:30am-12:00pm Greek School Performances

12:00pm-2:00pm Lunch on the Church grounds!

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St Andrew's Annual Dinner Dance 2018
Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

St Andrew's Annual Dinner Dance 2018

Come and join the community of St Andrew’s for a night of fun, food, Greek music, and of course, dancing!

When: 7:00pm, Saturday 27th October 2018
Where: Clovelly Park Memorial Community Centre
16 York Ave, Clovelly Park SA 5042

Adults: $30 each (Executive Buffet)
Children 6 to 14: $10 each
Children 5 yrs and under: FREE
RSVP: Fr Michael 0417 087075
michael.psaromatis@gmail.com

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English Liturgy at St Dimitrios
Oct
13
6:45 PM18:45

English Liturgy at St Dimitrios

Dear brothers and sisters,

We invite you to our monthly celebration of the Divine Liturgy in English.

Please bring a small portion of food to share in our Agapé Meal in the hall of the church after the service.

The Epistle reading will be 2 Corinthians 1:8-11
The Gospel reading will be Luke 6:1-10

God bless!

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Oct
5
7:00 PM19:00

English Liturgy at St George

Come and join us as we celebrate the Divine Liturgy in English at St George's Parish in Mile End.

Fr Konstantinos Skoumbourdis celebrates English Liturgies once a month on a Friday night.

Every Friday night which doesn't have an English Liturgy celebrated, Fr Kon has English Ministry from 7:00pm to 8:30pm where he discusses various modern topics and how they impact our Faith and goes through various chapters of the bible and other religious books. 

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Sep
23
12:00 PM12:00

Fundraiser for St Panteleimon

In order to assist rebuilding the holy church of St Panteleimon that was destroyed by fire prior to Pascha this year, a fundraiser will be held at the Parish of Prophet Elias following Divine Liturgy (Matins at 8:00, Liturgy from ~9:00). The faithful will have the opportunity to venerate the holy relics of St Panteleimon that were miraculously preserved.

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