Our Practical Chanting class for 8-12 year olds will continue to be held Online via Google Meet. Please contact email@example.com if your child is interested in participating. Classes will resume on Tuesday April 28th 6:30-7:15pm.
As we are experiencing social isolation the Greek Orthodox Christian Society will be producing virtual Sunday School lessons every week. The lessons can be found here: https://lychnos.org/lessons-for-parents-infants/ https://lychnos.org/lessons-for-parents-primary/ https://lychnos.org/lessons-for-parents-high-school/
While we're all experiencing testing times with the COVID-19 pandemic and all aspects of our lives have been affected, even our liturgical life, the Greek Orthodox Christian Society of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia are taking this opportunity to make the most of the imposed social isolation by producing this daily podcast series. We pray that it assists us all to turn to God with self-reflection, spiritual reading, more intense prayer and deeper repentance. Listen on Transistor here: https://journeytopascha.transistor.fm/ Listen and subscribe on Spotify to our series: https://open.spotify.com/show/57XI1dCYhz0pI0E9FNeSGN Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts to our series: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/journey-to-pascha/id1502937796
In the July school holidays, I had the amazing opportunity to attend the Meson Girls Day at Marrickville church. It was a beautiful day full of craft, games and songs. The first part of our schedule was outdoor activities. We walked around the corner to a small park. There we were spilt into groups and played a variety of games, including a mix of soccer and netball and an interesting game involving pegs. The next part of our schedule was lunch. As usual, the cooks catered for all and went above and beyond to make sure that everyone had [...]
On the first Sunday in July, all the high-school boys from all the parishes in Sydney went to Gough Whitlam Park in Earlwood to participate in an exciting soccer tournament. It was a great event where all the boys put in all their energy and enthusiasm trying to win the cup. Following an intense grand final, Kogarah Sunday School came out victorious. It was a fun, enjoyable day for everyone involved.