St. Michael's Orthodox Christian Church
1182 Ashland Street
Greensburg, PA 15601

Food on the Hill

On Tuesday, May 28th the ANTIOCHIAN MEN will be providing a "Food on the Hill" lunch without charge for those in need. This will be the fifth monthly outreach to the community. The Men's Fellowship hope to contniue this on a monthly basis.


Sunday, May 19 — Shop with Scrip order due

Friday, May 24, to Mon, May 27 — Family Camp - Antiochian Village

Saturday, June 1 - Blessing of the Animals

Tuesday, June 4 — Braves vs. Pirates at PNC Park

Friday, June 14 to Pentecost Sunday, Jun 16 — Bp. THOMAS’      Annual Visit

Wednesday, June 26, to Sunday, June 30 — Parish Life Conference at Antiochian Village

Sunday, July 14 — Parish Picnic at Twin Lakes; Pavilion 1

Mon, July 22, to Sun, Jul 28 — Archdiocese Convention, Grand Rapids

Sunday, September 8 — (Great Feast of Nativity of the Theotokos) &
St. Michael’s Mediterranean Buffet


Atlanta Braves vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, 115 Federal St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212
7:05 PM, Tuesday, June 4

Your $30 Ticket includes a $10 food voucher.

Sign up in the Fellowship Hall and

Turn in your ticket money to Michelle Gajewski by May 5.
checks payable to “St. Michael’s Antiochian Women”


First Annual

Saturday, May 18
12:00 NOON to 6:00 PM
at Advanced Auto Parts in Latrobe

Sign up in the Fellowship Hall



As the Syrian crisis continues with little change, we continue to accept donations to do what we can to help ease the suffering there. Checks may be written to “St. Michael’s” with the note “Syrian Relief.” The following link to a CBS 60 Minutes program will offer some deeper understanding of what is transpiring:

We will be accepting donations to help do what we can to help ease the suffering there. The following link to a CBS 60 Minutes program will offer some deeper understanding of what is transpiring: CLICK HERE for the 60 Minutes Story...



Caleb’s Cupboard is the large, tan plastic box at the front entrance to our church which is intended to be a collection bin in which we may leave canned goods and other non-perishable items for people in need.

Let us regularly fill it to the brim!

For some remarkable Orthodox Christian educational listening, visit the Orthodox Revolutionary blog at These podcasts may also be accessed on You Tube by by clicking this link

International Orthodox Christian Charities - Unique and Effective!

 The assistance is unique. IOCC does not just give aid, but provides the means for people to continue the help themselves. For example, IOCC gives plows and seeds so that a farmer can keep on providing for his family.


· IOCC is helping everywhere – from rebuilding hurricane damages homes in the Southwest U.S to Haiti, many places in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.


· 93 Cents ($0.93) of every dollar gets used, because of volunteers


· Each donated dollar is multiplied 7 times through matching funds from many sources


· All Orthodox jurisdictions in the U.S. are involved in the work of IOCC.


For more information on IOCC, see Fr. John or Pete Papas.

If you are CPR trained....

If you are CPR trained, please let someone on the Parish Council know.


Be Part of a Family Mission Team

This year the Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC) is proud to announce a collaboration with the Center for Family Care (of the Greek Archdiocese) by offering a Family Mission Team. Families from North America, along with Albanian families, will participate in this outreach assisted by OCMC missionaries and Albanian church leaders. The primary focus is to offer a “family witness” while sharing the faith and growing as a family in Christ. Consider being part of this first OCMC and Center for Family Care collaboration and family mission witness! Visit, or

e-mail, for more information or to apply.

Upcoming Calendar
Tuesday, May 21st
Ss. Constantine & Helen
       Constantine & Helena
7:00 PM - Parish Council Meeting
Wednesday, May 22nd
Saturday, May 25th
Hike #2; for necessary info contact
Pete Papas (412) 558-1246 or
Fr. Sam (724) 516-9390
NO Great Vespers
Sunday, May 26th
8:45 Matins
10:00 Divine Liturgy
11:20 Church School
Saturday, June 1st
6:00 Great Vespers

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