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Sunday Services
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Orthros: 8:45 AM
Divine Liturgy: 10:00 AM

(when scheduled)

Orthros: 8:30 AM
Divine Liturgy: 9:30 AM

Great Vespers

Saturday at 5:30 PM

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You are invited to light a candle for yourself or for your loved ones.
Each morning Father Peter will light the candles for all those that have requested.

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SOLEMN VESPERS - Thursday, January 20

In observance of the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, you are invited to attend the Solemn Vespers with Archbishop Cordileone and His Grace Metropolitan Gerasimos on Thursday, January 20 at 7 PM. The event will be hosted by St. Pius X Catholic Church at 1100 Woodside Rd. Redwood City. It will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person at info: or 650-822-PIUS (822-7487). Click here for the event Facebook page: OR click here for the event flyer.   


Click here for Sunday's Hymns in PDF.   

Wellness and Awareness Ministry Presents: FORGETTING NAMES, SHOULD I BE WORRIED?

Join the Holy Cross Philoptochos Society for Dr. Sharon Sha's zoom presentation on Alzheimer's and dementia "Forgetting Names: Should I be Worried". Please click here to register for this event.

Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 11:00 am



Our Vasilopita Coffee Hour is set for Sunday, January 23 following Divine Liturgy. The parish vasilopita (which Father will cut) will be shared, and vasilopitas will be available for sale for $20. Proceeds from this special Philoptochos-hosted Coffee Hour go to support Saint Basil Academy which is a home for children and families in great need.



Click here for highlights from our most recent Board Meeting.  We want you to know what we are working on and where your donations and contributions to Philoptochos go.



Your donations are collected and sent to the San Francisco Metropolis Philoptochos to be used as needed for children who are facing life-threatening cancers.  Please Give Your Heart to a Child with Cancer.  An amazing silent auction is in the works.  More to follow…



Join us on Zoom on February 5. Our Philoptochos will present our guest speaker who will share information on Alzheimer’s, including diagnosis and new medications on the horizon. Stay tuned! Flyer and registration info soon.    


The Oratorical Festival was created by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Religious Education in 1983 to provide junior and senior high school students an opportunity to research, write, and talk about their faith using one of the predetermined topics. There are parish, district, and Metropolis Festivals, culminating in the Archdiocese Festival. The Archdiocese Festival will be held June 3-5, 2022 at the Holy Trinity church in Dallas, Texas. Finalists will participate in a weekend of activities including delivering their speeches. The Oratorical Festival scholarship fund provides college scholarships to the top speakers. Click here for the topics, tips and resources for 2022. Stay tuned for our Parish and Regional Festival dates.


The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation is offering scholarship awards to exceptional Greek American undergraduates. The Foundation will accept applications from eligible college students and will distribute $250,000 across 40 scholarship awards based on academic merit and/or financial need (some specifically for students studying music or arts). Deadline is January 31, 2022. Flyer, requirements, and applications available at  Info at or 312-357-6432. 

Upcoming Services

ALL SERVICES are webcasted (at this link). Sunday Liturgy is open to all. Masks are required.

Sunday, January 16 – Sunday of The Ten Lepers – 8:45 AM, Orthros, 10:00 AM, Divine Liturgy
Tuesday, January 18 - Saints Athanasios & Cyril – 8:30 AM, Orthros; 9:30 AM, Divine Liturgy
Thursday, January 20 - Solemn Vespers, 7 PM, webcasted from Saint Pius X at
Saturday, January 22 – Great Vespers, 5:30 PM
Sunday, January 23 – Sunday of the Blind Man – 8:45 AM, Orthros, 10:00 AM, Divine Liturgy
Tuesday, January 25 – Saint Gregory the Theologian – 8:30 AM, Orthros; 9:30 AM, Divine Liturgy 
Thursday, January 27 – Saint John Chrysostom – 8:30 AM, Orthros; 9:30 AM, Divine Liturgy 
Saturday, January 29 – Great Vespers, 5:30 PM
Sunday, January 30 – Three Hierarchs – 8:45 AM, Orthros, 10:00 AM, Divine Liturgy
Wednesday, February 2 – Presentation of the Lord – 8:30 AM, Orthros; 9:30 AM, Divine Liturgy 
Saturday, February 5 – Great Vespers, 5:30 PM
Sunday, February 6 – Saint Photios – 8:45 AM, Orthros, 10:00 AM, Divine Liturgy

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