Parish Ministries

Religious Education / Sunday School 

The Sunday School program teaches our children and youth the Orthodox faith through teachings of the Bible, as well as materials obtained from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese. Our students and their families are encouraged to arrive to Divine Liturgy every Sunday promptly at 10:00 am to worship and pray together as a family. Children are encouraged to sit together with their teachers in the front left side of the church. Sunday School classes begin after Holy Communion, and are approximately 30-45 minutes long.  Students then join their parents during coffee hour after their class has concluded. Families with young children are requested to pick up their child each Sunday from the classroom at dismissal time, 12:00pm.


GOYA - Greek Orthodox Youth Association. A group of young individuals, upholding the true values of an Orthodox Christian by their passion for the church and community. Children can participate as early as 12 years of age in this influential organization. The main focus of GOYA is to foster spiritual growth in young people.

Greek Culture / Greek School

The Socrates Greek School of our community offers lessons every Saturday from 10 AM to 1 PM. Also, Greek Dancing Group Lessons are offered at our church every Monday, at 6pm for Boys & Girls 7 years of age and older.

The Greek School's mission is to provide education and instruction of the Greek language, culture, and heritage; to enhance bi-cultural and bilingual awareness; and to promote the religious, moral and ethical values of the Greek Orthodox families.

The objectives of the Greek school are to present all aspects of the Modern Greek language to its students, including vocabulary-building, reading, writing and grammar with emphasis on conversation. Greek poems, prayers, songs and dances are used to teach the students about the Greek culture, heritage, history and Orthodox faith.

Cultural Committee / Monthly Lectures

The Cultural Committee provides educational opportunities to foster the synthesis of Greek Orthodox faith and culture through public lectures, and other cultural experiences that support a greater integration of faith and life.


Join Fr. Vassilios for Bible-Study at the Church's Conference Room (Contact the Church Office for more information).

Student Center / OCF / Young Adults

OCF transforms the lives of college students in Cambridge by guiding them along the path to Jesus Christ through His Church, cultivating a community of worship, witness, service, fellowship and education.

Philoptochos Society "Elpis"

Philoptochos is the philanthropic arm of the Greek Orthodox Church.  Philoptochos means "friend of the poor" in Greek. It is a national organization for women age 18 and older.  We work towards giving back to our community as well as supporting Metropolis and National level ministries.

Golden Club (55+)

Golden Club’s meetings with Fr. Vassilios take place every Wednesday at 10:00AM, at the Church Library.

Agape Ministry / Food and Funds Drives

Every year we have several Food and Funds Drives conducted in our Church by various parish organizations.

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Parish Priest: Rev. Fr. Vassilios Bebis, Th.D.

President of the Parish Council: Rena Haggerty

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