Metropolis of Boston Events
This is a listing of recurring events for the Metropolis of Boston. Click on the title of an event listed below for further information about the purpose of the event and event date(s), time(s), location, and contact information.
by Eleni Kalioras on 20-Aug-14 15:17
by Eleni Kalioras on 18-Aug-14 13:20
by Andrew Constantinou on 29-Feb-12 21:13
This four-hour marriage preparation course is offered at the Metropolis Center 8 times each year. The program has been developed and expanded to include instruction, couples activities, and group discussion on the nature of marriage, the struggles along the way, and strategies for preparing for this journey.
by Andrew Constantinou on 19-Feb-12 00:39
Developing Emerging Leaders
by Andrew Constantinou on 23-Nov-11 01:42
Saint Andrew the First-Called Apostle was the first of the apostles of Jesus Christ and the brother of the Apostle Peter. He is also the Patron Saint of the Metropolis of Boston. Annually, the Metropolis celebrates his feast day with a Great Vespers service in the evening of November 29 and an Orthros and Divine Liturgy in the morning of November 30.
by Andrew Constantinou on 09-Apr-11 07:29
The annual Greek Independence Day Parade in Boston, which commemorates the Declaration of Independence by Greece on March 25th 1821, has become a Boston tradition. The parade begins at the intersection of Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue and ends at the Boston Common.
by Andrew Constantinou on 24-Feb-11 01:28
The Metropolis frequently offers seminars and conferences for the clergy and the faithful throughout New England.
by Andrew Constantinou on 30-Jun-10 23:43
The Metropolis of Boston Golf Classic's purpose is to establish a Support-A-Camper Scholarship Program for the Metropolis' camp program. As His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios declared upon the opening of the camp, "No camper will be turned away".
March 26 & 27, Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Luke, East Longmeadow, MA
A parish that practices true Orthodox Christian Stewardship is truly on fire and can achieve the unimaginable as it emulates the kingdom of God. It is the challenge of every parish council, stewardship committee and Clergyman to ensure that each parish practices true stewardship and affords every parishioner the opportunity to maximize their commitment of time, talent and treasures to Godâ€™s work. The question is how best to implement a truly successful stewardship program? View Details »