Philoptochos means “friend of the poor”. The Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society is the duly accredited women’s philanthropic society of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, Inc. Established in 1931 by the Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras who was serving then as Archbishop of North and South America, Philoptochos has now grown nationally to over 450 chapters and is the largest Christian women’s philanthropic organization in the United States. Women who participate in the local chapter of Philoptochos are also automatically members of the National and Metropolis Philoptochos.  Our 2023-2025 Philoptochos Board Members are:

Mrs. Pat Kofakis, President
Mrs. Maggie Azar, Vice-President
Mrs. Rebecca Knipp, Secretary
Mrs. Adriana Fluture, Treasurer
Mrs. Cathy Roussalis, Assistant Treasurer
Mrs. Angie Bouzis, Board Member 
Mrs. Michaela Sanders, Board Member

Philoptochos Society meets monthly from September through May.  All are invited to attend.

Parish Council

Parish Council is a body of practicing Orthodox Christians sacramentally in good standing with the Church, elected by the members of a parish for the purpose of working together with the priest in fulfilling the goals and needs of that parish. This brief description of a local governing body also describes the fundamental structure of the Orthodox Church. That the clergy and laity together are the "People of God," seeking, to the best of their human capabilities, to fulfill the mission entrusted to them by Jesus Christ. Parish Council meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:00 PM.  Our 2023-2025 Parish Council Board Members are:

Mr. Demetrios Bouzis, President
Dr. Adrian Fluture, Vice-President
Ms. Mia Kamboris, Secretary
Mr. Nick Azar, Treasurer
Mr. John A Bouzis, Board Member
Mr. Eli Dicklich, Board Member
Mr. George Kofakis, Board Member
Mr. Mike McCord, Board Member
Dr. John E. Roussalis II, Board Member
Louis J. Roussalis MD, Board Member
Mr. Nick Zaharas, Board Member

Parish Council meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 P.M. in the church hall.