27:AUG

Dodgers Stadium Greek Heritage Day


SOLD OUT

Asking all Greek Dodger Fans to fill the Right Field Pavilion!
Come celebrate Greek Heritage Day at Dodgers Stadium on August 27th as the Dodgers take on the Chicago Cubs.
Wear your Greek - Dodger Blue and enjoy the game by sitting in the All-You-Can Eat Pavilion, which includes unlimited Dodger Dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts and soft drinks.
This event will SELL OUT so purchase your tickets before it's too late!

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7:Aug

Family Fun Day In the Park


Come and Enjoy

When: Sunday August 7, 2016 (After Church Service)

Where: Mission Oaks Park 5501 Mission Oaks Blvd. Camarillo CA 93012

What to Bring: Your Lunch, Blankets, Chairs, Sports Equipment and Games to play at the park.

Questions: Please contact Amanda Jacobs at (626)222-6224 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We hope to see all of you there for a day filled with fun and fellowship!

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Fun Day in the Park

21:June

KVTA 1590 Radio Interview with Fr Gary


Radio Interview

24:June

Ventura County Greek Festival Radio Ad


Message from Fr Gary

Fr Gary

Christ-Centered Parish


I learn a lot of interesting things at committee meetings. At one meeting, when discussing the newsletter of our parish, The Myrrh-Bearer, someone frankly said, “Nobody reads that.” That person is either right or wrong depending on how much further you go into this message. At our most recent Parish Council meeting, a parish council member, politely, combined the conversation about healthy church finances with the status of our relationship with Christ.

It wasn’t me, I wasn’t preaching, it was one of YOUR ELECTED OFFICERS, that was sharing this thought. I was mesmerized by his conviction; I looked around at the other members and they were too! The Holy Spirit was present. His inspiration moved us to take the conversation about Parish financial health to a new level.

“Every year we consider ways to raise money. What fundraisers can we hold? How will we meet our obligation to the Metropolis and Archdiocese? How can we motivate better giving? Instead,” he went on, “How can we serve Christ? How can we instill a deep love for Jesus, in every member, young and old, so that our Parish becomes financially healthy and shows greater concern for how Christ-Centered we are as a group?”

It was refreshing to hear a leader of our community express these thoughts. I have offered them in the past, but it is cliché for the priest to say it, because I’m supposed to. A group begins to reexamine the metric for success when a respected member of the Parish Council looks intently at his peers and says, “Are you concerned for your salvation?” If we look at our challenges through the lens of salvation, that is, how what we do will enhance our relationship with Christ, a new perspective is born.

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