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August Greek Dinner to Go

You are invited to enjoy another great Greek Meal at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church with pick up on Sunday, August 8. The August meal is a Greek Vegetable medley, rice pilaf, a piece of Tiropita (Cheese pie), salad, roll, and Baklava for dessert. The cost of the meal is $15. You can order your meal either by email (ordernygreekfood@gmail.com), by phone (603-953-3051) or online (holytrinitynh.org) by Wednesday, August 4. Kali Orexi! Good Appetite!

 

Celebrate the 90th Anniversary at Taverna Night

God willing, we will finally be having our Taverna Night, which this year will celebrate the 90th anniversary of our beloved Parish Family. This wonderful event will take place on Saturday, September 25 from 6-10:30 pm. Dinner will feature lots of delicious mezedakia, followed by a dessert buffet. Dancing will be to the tunes of Aoide, Jim Speros and Chuck Koutsos. Tickets are $35 a piece. Make sure to get your tickets as soon as they are on sale!

 

 

 

Re-Catechism Sessions

In the early church, a person wanting to become a Christian would spend 3 years learning how to live a Chrstian life. Today our instruction in the faith is much less intense. As a result, many of our faithful, both from birth and converts, do not have a good grasp on the faith. In order to help remedy this situation, we will have regular Re-Catechism Sessions, each lasting approximately for 8 sessions every other week. At present our sessions are on Zoom.

We are turning our attention in this session to prayer, especially the Jesus Prayer. We are exploring the mysteries of the prayer by reading and discussing Frederica Matthewes-Green's book The Jesus Prayer: The Ancient Desert Prayer that Tunes the Heart to God. Our next session will be Tuesday, May 4 at 7:00 pm. All are welcome to join us on Zoom.

 

On-Line Book Club

We begin our next book discussion on Thursday, May 6 at 7:30 pm. We will begin reading and discussing Wounded by Love, the life and teachings of St. Porphyrios of Kavsokalyvia.