Weekly Announcements

Sunday,  November 28th,  2021  St. Stephen the New

Sunday,  November 28th
St. Stephen the New
8:15am Orthros       9:30am Divine Liturgy
Monday, November 29th
7:45am Orthros    8:30am Divine Liturgy
Tuesday, November 30th
St. Andrew the First-Called
8:15am Orthros   9am Divine Liturgy
Wednesday, December 1st
7:45am Orthros
8:30am Divine Liturgy
9:45am Paraklesis Service      (Time Change)
Everyone is invited and welcome to attend.
The service is about 45 minutes and we are asking for prayers
from the Panagia for healing, help and any other issues we may
have in our lives. You can also submit names of your loved ones.
5:30-7pm  Greek School
7pm  Dance Practice
Thursday, December 2nd
St. Porphyrios
8:15am Orthros       9am Divine Liturgy
7-8pm  Bible Study
Friday, December 3rd
7:45am  Orthros   8:30am Divine Liturgy
11am Bible Class
Saturday, December 4th
8:15am Orthros     9am Divine Liturgy
10am – 12noon children’s gathering. Learn about Angels, craft, play, fellowship.
6pm – Vespers
Six-Month Memorial with Coffee Hour was held today for John N. Karagiannis on behalf of his wife, Annetta Karagiannis and Family. May his memory be eternal.
Memorial Service with Coffee Hour was held today for the deceased Order of St. Andrew Archons’ Members of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. May their memory be eternal.
Memorial Service with Special Coffee Hour for the deceased members of the Philoptochos Society and in honor of their patron saint, St. Catherine.
Artoclasia Service (Blessing of the Loaves) was held today for the good health of our Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and for the health of the members of the Order of St. Andrew, the Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
PHILOPTOCHOS is honoring their Patron Saint, St. Katherine this Sunday, November 28th with a Special Coffee Hour.
Congratulations to our newly elected Parish Council members. They are:  Dr. Zissis Chroneos, Dr. Colette Lasek, Robert Moeller, Dr. Elenee Raudenbush and Yemane Tzeggai. Their term is from 2022-2024.  We wish them the best.
Congratulations to our newly elected Officers for Sts. Joachim and Anna Society:  John Harbilas – President, Nick Theofanis – Vice President, Ed Ward – Treasurer and Maria Peslis – Secretary.
Zoom Bible Classes  are on Thursdays at 7pm and on Fridays at 11am. If you have received Zoom invites in the past, no need to resubmit your email unless it has changed. For those wishing to join us for the Bible Classes, please email Fr. Michael with your email address and let him know which day works best for you.  frmichael@holytrinityhbg.org Thank you.
Philoptochos.  They have started the Food Collection for the Needy from last Sunday, November 21st and will continue until Sunday, December 19thThey ask that you bring can goods, dry goods and boxed goods. Please remember to check for the Expiration dates on the labels.
Philoptochos asks that all ladies of the Philoptochos Society please pay your 2021 dues. There is a table in the Hall for you to give your dues.
“STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY” was last Sunday, November 21st.  Everyone was mailed a Stewardship Package that had your 2021 information concerning stewardship; if you have paid in full, if you are still paying and those who have not contributed yet for the 2021 year.  We, also, ask that you please fill out your Stewardship Pledge for 2022 with careful and prayerful consideration and please return it to the Church Office. If you have not pledged or given anything for 2021, we ask that you please consider donating and thus helping the House of the Lord. Also, since these are days that we support financially different charities, we should support the Cathedral as the Church should be our charity priority.
Christmas Flowers:  Please see the form that is included with this email or in the Church to make your donation in memory of…. or for the health of…for the Christmas poinsettia flowers that will decorate our Church.  All contributors will be mentioned in the January Source. Thank you.
Christmas Fast 40-Day Liturgies:  We are having our everyday Liturgies during the Christmas Fast. We have Orthros Service at 7:45am and Divine Liturgy at 8:30am except for the feast days and Sundays that are mentioned in the SOURCE Calendar or in the announcement page. This is a special opportunity to give the names of the living and deceased to be remembered for all the 40 days at the Oblation Table. Please make an extra effort to attend these services and pray for your beloved family members. Also, please fill out the form with your names and give it to the clergy.
“When the Priest cuts out sections of bread and commemorates the names of the faithful (living and deceased) during the prothesis (preparation of the gifts before Divine Liturgy begins), an angel of the Lord descends and takes this commemoration and places it before the throne of Christ as a prayer for those commemorated”.  St. Iakovos Tsalikis of Evia
If you are still cautious to come to Church on Sundays, you may wish to come during the weekdays when we have these daily Divine Liturgies before Christmas. There are fewer people in Church, and this would be more favorable especially for our beloved Senior Citizens. Please check with the December Calendars for times.
Stewardship Pledges for 2021: We would like to thank all those who generously have responded with their stewardship contribution to the Church. We thank our 77% families who up to October29, 2021, have pledged and contributed for 2021 year bringing to a total of actual contributions to $364,283.  Great progress for a good Stewardship year. May the blessings of the Lord always be with all of you and with our families keeping all safe, healthy, and spiritually strong. Thank you for generously supporting the Cathedral.
Bookstore news:   The Bookstore is open on Sundays after church. This is a special ministry in our Cathedral. There are many wonderful books, icons and other items that you may wish to buy for your home or give as gifts ESPECIALLY NOW DURING CHRISTMAS. Please come by and see our bookstore. A new CD that includes the Great Paraklesis is available.
We are live streaming on our new You Tube Channel.  Go to YouTube and search for Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral Camp Hill (or copy/paste the link provided below).  Click on the Channel and press the "Subscribe" button. 
You can also access the live stream from our Facebook page at 
Also, you may go to our Website and look for live streaming.
1. Please mark your calendars for the Senior Citizens Christmas Party. Next Tuesday, December 7th Holy Trinity will be hosting the Seniors Christmas Luncheon for all the Greek Orthodox Churches in our Eastern Region of our Metropolis beginning at 11:00am. Every year one Church is asked to host. This year it is our turn. Please talk to Jimmy Lloyd if you have any questions or would like to help. Also please let Jim know if you plan to attend.  Please see attached flyer.
2. Let’s learn about the Archangels. A special presentation/lesson/discussion will be held in our Church Hall this Saturday, December 4th from 10am – 12noon.  This is for children ages Preschool till 6th Grade. This will be taught by Drew & Miriam Newcomer. A wonderful opportunity for all of us to come together and have a better understanding of our Archangels with a lesson, hymns, craft, games and snack. There will be a sign-up table in the Hall to please sign up so that we can make the proper preparations. Please see attached flyer.
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