CONTACT US on (650) 591-4447 or office@goholycross.org

Education

Religious Education

Our youth from Preschool to High School meet most Sundays during the school year to be instructed in the Orthodox faith by wonderful and enthusiastic teachers.

The curriculum emphasizes the importance of living our Orthodox Christian faith daily and our program encourages participation in all aspects of Church life. Our curriculum is designed to layer upon itself so the understanding of the teachings and traditions are always being deepened. Our greatest hope is that the children grow to love our Church and begin a lifelong relationship with our Lord.

If you haven't registered your child and would like to do so, or if you need more information, please contact Gina Johnstone, the Religious Education director at religioused@goholycross.org, or the Church office at 650-591-4447.

Our Religious Education program begins on Sunday, September 12 with classroom instruction immediately following Holy Communion. Please register your children in advance.

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About Us

We are a Greek Orthodox church united in communion with all other Eastern Orthodox churches.


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The Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Cross
900 Alameda, Belmont, CA, 94002-1604
USA
Voice: (650) 591-4447
office@goholycross.org

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