ANNUNCIATION DAY SCHOOL
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Contact: Peter Epstein, Principal at (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 404-565-2850
Enrollment: 18 months old through 8th Grade. (Approx. 120 students)
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(St. Basil Patron Saint whose feast day is January 1st)
The Annunciation Greek School is currently seeking Greek Language Instructors for the 2016-17 school year. Qualified candidates should be native or fluent in Greek both spoken and written, and ideally have experience teaching Greek. Candidates should possess current knowledge of Greece and Greek culture, promote a positive and motivating learning environment, be an effective communicator and versatile teacher, and allot adequate time for class preparation and instruction. Current openings are for Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30pm.
Contact: Michelle Olympiadis, Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 404-633-5870.
Enrollment: Kindergarten through 5th grade. Children must be 5 years of age by September 1st of enrollment year.
Tuition for 2016-2017: A $100 Registration fee is due by August 15, 2016
Kindergarten $300 per child (Meets on Mondays from 5-6pm from September through May)
Level 1 - 5 $550 per child
(Meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-6:30pm from September through May)
Kindergarten thru 5th Grade Classes: The tuition listed above includes the book fee.
Purpose: To learn basics of Greek language and to communicate in Greek, while developing and cultivating awareness of the Hellenic culture and heritage in an Orthodox Christian environment.
The Annunciation Greek School is currently seeking Greek Language Instructors for the 2014-15 school year. Qualified candidates should be native or fluent in Greek both spoken and written, and ideally have experience teaching Greek. Candidates should possess current knowledge of Greece and Greek culture, promote a positive and motivating learning environment, be an effective communicator and versatile teacher, and allot adequate time for class preparation and instruction. Current openings are for Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30pm.
Please reply to Michelle Constantinides via email, email@example.com with the following information:
- Full name
- Telephone and email
- Experience teaching Greek, Resume (C.V.), or Statement of Intent
- Degrees and certifications
SUNDAY CHURCH (CATECHETICAL SCHOOL)
(St. Phillip the Deacon Patron Saint whose feast day is October 11th)
Enrollment: 2 Years old to 12th grade - 2 years of age by September 1st of enrollment year.
Classes are held: August through May. Faculty and staff attend seminars and monthly meetings.
Tuition: $20.00 per family.
Purpose: To cultivate within our children the Orthodox Christian way of life.
Activities: The entire Sunday School participates in many events throughout the year: Agiasmo, Dedication Day, Godparents Sunday, special class projects for the Sights & Sounds Festival which is held in conjunction with the Oratorical Festival, and our annual Group Communion and Making of Palm Crosses on Saturday of Lazarus.
Special yearly Events such as the Nativity Pageant and Holy Week Play include participants from PreKC thru 12th Grades. The Oratorical Festival includes participants from the 7th-12th Grades
Registration begins in June and continues throughout the school year. Forms are available in the Sunday School Office on Sundays, and the Cathedral Office Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIFE
(St. John Chrysostom whose feast day is November 13th)
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Contact: Ginnie Roglin (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 404-633-5870 for help with food preparation.
Participation: open to all Parish Families and individuals from Pre Kindergarten through 99 years of ages.
Fee: None for classes.
Activities: Beverages and fellowship followed by classes on our faith on Wednesday evenings in the Hellenic Center. The first semester of Wednesday Nite Life begins on the first Wednesday after Labor Day in September and goes until the second week in December. The second semester beings on the first Wednesday after Epiphany and continues until the Wednesday before Memorial day, with time off Holy Week. There are many classes scheduled including Comparative Theology, “Road to Orthodoxy” Inquirer/Convert class, "Journey to Oneness" Premarital Seminar, Godparent and Parents Seminar.
"ROAD TO ORTHODOXY" INQUIRER / CONVERT CLASS
Participation open to: Those interested in converting to Orthodoxy and parishioners interested in furthering their knowledge of the Orthodox faith.
Meetings are held: As part of our Wednesday Nite Life Series there are fourteen classes conducted each semester on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the Kafenion, as part of our Wednesday NITE Life program. Individual consultations may also be scheduled if the need arises.
Purpose: To prepare a Candidate for conversion to the Orthodox faith and to further enhance the spirituality of our parishioners.
Activities: An introduction to the Orthodox faith through presentations, readings, video presentations, and discussions along with a church tour.
"JOURNEY TO ONENESS" PRE-MARITAL SEMINAR
Participation: Required for all couples planning to be married at our Cathedral.
Seminars are held: As part of our Wednesday NITE Life program. Registration takes place by filing out the attached form, calling the Cathedral Office or by contacting Fr. Paul or Fr. Christos. Individual couple consultations may also be scheduled if the need arises.
Purpose: To prepare couples for marriage in the Orthodox Church.
Activity: Seminars consist of an explanation of various aspects of married life from Church and the wedding ceremony to communications, finances and a real relationship with each other. Emphasis is on making the Lord Jesus Christ the third party of their relationship. Sessions are about one and one-half hours long.
Participation open to: Required of all prospective Godparents, parents are invited also.
Meetings are held: As part or our Wednesday NITE Life Program.
Purpose: This seminar helps prepare the prospective godparents and parents for the upcoming Baptism, by providing an explanation of the basics of the Orthodox faith and the theology of Baptism. The seminar gives an explanation of infant baptism, the biblical significance of baptism, and the symbolism of the service. Also, at this time, an explanation of items needed for the baptism is offered. Dates are forthcoming for the spring semester.