G.O.Y.A is the Ascension of Our Lord's high school youth group. The primary focus of our youth group is to educate our young about our Greek Orthodox Christian Faith and learn to incorporate those teachings into their daily lives. Through discussions and Diakonia (Service) Projects they learn "how" to live our Greek Orthodox Faith. In spending time together through Koinonia (fellowship) they learn of the JOY of Christ within each other! GOYA meets weekly on Monday evening from 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. as per our September to May schedule. Stay tuned this summer for the 2017/18 schedule. If you are in High School please come and join us!
MEETS: Mondays, 7:30-9 pm. The 2016/17 theme was: "You are the Voice of Christ in a Changing World." Please join us for inspiring conversations, philanthropic projects and a lot of fun! The year culminates on May 22, 2017. Stay tuned this summer for registration information for the 2017/18 year.
- May 26 - 28: Junior Olympics. Click HERE for more information
- FANARI SUMMER CAMP:
WEEK 1: JUNE 18-24, 2017
WEEK 2: JUNE 25-JULY 1, 2017
WEEK 3: JULY 9-15, 2017
WEEK 4: JULY 16-22, 2017
- CROSSROAD 2017
Applications for CrossRoad 2017 are Now Available for juniors or seniors in high school who may be interested in applying to this 10-day summer program at Hellenic College Holy Cross!
CrossRoad offers two sessions: June Session: June 17 - June 27, 2017; and, July Session: July 5 - July 15, 2017
Application priority deadline is February 1, 2017. Apply online or download an application at www.crossroadinstitute.org; or, or call 617-850-1310 for more information.
- Scholarship Opportunities
SEE PHOTOS from our Youth Brunch in late February at the Royal Melbourne Club
Translation of the Image of Our Lord and God and Savior, Jesus Christ; Diomedes the Physician & Martyr of Tarsus; Timothy of Euripus, founder of the Monastery of Pentele; Nicodemus the New Martyr of Meteora; Gerasimus of Cephalonia; Holy Monk Penteles; Afterfeast of the Dormition of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos and Ever Virgin Mary; The Six Martyrs Dorotheos, Sarantis, Jacob, Seraphim, Demetrios and Basil who contested in Megara; Manuel and John the New Martyrs; Stamatios the Martyr; Apostolos the New-Martyr