Livestream Sunday Service
A livestream of Divine Liturgy is available every Sunday morning. Click HERE at 9:30 am to join the service.
Click HERE at 6:30 pm to join the service.
Transfiguration Liturgy Livestream
Click HERE on Thursday August 6th at 9:30 am to join the service.
Congratulations to our 2020 Graduates!
Please enjoy the video honoring our High School and College Graduates below.
Lighting a candle as part of prayer is a natural expression seen in Orthodox Churches. If you cannot be with us in person, you have the opportunity to virtually light a candle, say a prayer, and consider a donation through this interactive app.
Additional information on livestreaming of Divine Liturgy & other services throughout United States can be found at https://www.goarch.org/live-broadcasts.
We Are Open (with limitations)!!!
Over the past couple of months we have carefully developed a very precise routine that has proved very useful. Thank you also for all the faithful who participated and followed all guidelines. Please continue to sign up and be emboldened to participate - we are ready for you to come back! Strict guidelines apply - please read carefully by clicking the link below:
Divine Liturgy Sign-up Instructions
Instructions :1. Sign up for as many Sundays as you are able to attend. Your family (people living together with no social separation) counts as one. Do not change the quantity according to the number of people. We can accommodate twenty families at this point, excluding people serving.2. If any family member is ready to receive Holy Communion, please sign up for one of the available slots. We ask the faithful to receive every other week for now. Please contact Fr. Costin for instructions if it is the first time you receive after the reopening.
For all activities offered through zoom click on:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2563414551 (for those with internet connection)
Meeting ID: 256 341 4551 Dial +1 301 715 8592 (for those with a regular phone only)
You can connect with a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone (download the zoom app from the app store), but you can also dial in with a regular phone.
Look at the calendar for a complete list of zoom activities that include the Virtual coffee hour on Sundays at 11:30pm, meetings and group studies.
New E-Giving for Donations Made to AGOC
Annunciation Church is excited to announce a new and convenient way for you to give to our church online using your computer or smartphone. You can now easily make your Stewardhip Payment(s), Memorial Fund Offering, or Morgage Reduction in a safe and secure way. Enjoy the convenience of making credit or debit card donations as a guest user, or create an account to set up recurring donations and view your giving history.
Our deepest appreciation to those parishioners who can make an extra donation to help sustain our church during this difficult time.
Find the red button "Click to Donate Online" in the right column of this website.
Save the Date
VIRTUAL SERVICES OFFERED BY CLICKING ON SERVICE IN THE DAILY PARISH CALENDAR ABOVE AND FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS TO LINK.
Friday & Saturday, August 21-22 - "Greek to Go" Drive-Thru Festival
Due to the pandemic, our annual Greek Food Festival will continue this year as Drive-Thru Only. Please see our limited menu of festival favorites and pre-order today to gaurantee your selections. Choose your pick-up time and your food will be ready for you when you drive thru! Your support is greatly needed and appreciated. PRE-ORDER CLICK HERE
Summer Hours Starting in July Divine Liturgy - Sunday @ 9:30 am
Weekly Sunday Bulletin View the parish weekly news bulletin online, includes news and events.
Monthly Bulletin - The Beacon
Shining Forth the Good News!
Send an Iconogram Send a message to a loved one or a friend in celebration of a name day, feast day, or sacrament.
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Afterfeast of the Transfiguration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; The Holy Martyrs Photius and Anicetus of Nicomedia; Sergios, Stephen and Kastor; Palamon, Elder of Saint Pachomius the Great; Soldier-martyrs of Crete