Known as the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association. The mission of the AHEPA Family is to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility, and Family and Individual Excellence

A unique opportunity for boys and girls to grow in stature and grace within the Church and to learn the liturgy.

American Heritage Girls provides Christian leadership programming tailored to the age and ability of each child.

An Archon is an honoree by His All Holiness, the Ecumenical Patriarch, for his outstanding service to the Church, and a well-known distinguished, and well-respected leader of the Greek Orthodox Community (at large).

The chanters of St. John the Divine are led by Protopsaltis Nick Pappadis.

The St. John the Divine Choir ministry is a year round commitment and members participate along with the Priests during each Sunday Liturgy and special services during Lent and Advent.

A ministry that seeks to bring new couples and newlyweds of our church closer together.

A beautiful weekend full of fellowship with not only your own family, but with members of our Church Family as well.

God’s Grafted Girls is a ministry to help guide our young girls through the challenges of living a Christian life in today’s world. They are constantly bombarded with negative imagery,…

The SJTD gardening ministry is an educational and practical ministry for our parish that seeks to educate members of our community in horticulture while also maintaining the garden on the…

The ministry for 7th-12th Graders of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

The Greek School offers courses for both youth and adults, from beginners levels to advanced.

Please join us at the City Rescue Mission as we minister to those in need. One Sunday a month we join those going through the faith-based rehabilitation program, helping them…

HOPE is the ministry for children PVK-4 to 2nd Grade.

From our ushers and greeters to our after service coffee and snacks, our hospitality ministry wants everyone to feel welcome at St John the Divine.

JOY

The Junior Orthodox Youth (J.O.Y.) is designed for children in grades 3rd-6th.

This show will help to provide you with tangible ways to help you in your walk of faith.

Our goal is to grow deeper in our relationship with God and with each other. We do this each week by studying a book of the Bible or a book written by an Orthodox Christian author.

You can expect our meetings to include a group discussion, a Mommy makeover, a Greek cooking lesson, or a motivational speaker.

Introduced in 1983, the St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival provides Greek Orthodox teenagers the opportunity to write and talk about their faith.

The adult religious education class invites both Orthodox and non-Orthodox Christians to a study of our holy Orthodox Church.

The St. John the Divine Parish Council consists of twelve elected members that oversee the business matters of the Church.

For over 80 years, Philoptochos has been the philanthropic heart of the Greek Orthodox Church of America.

We prepare the bread which will become the Body of Christ for all to participate in Holy Communion.

The overall goal of Orthodox Christian Education is to help bring every person into a life of personal communion with the Holy Trinity (Theosis).

Quest for the King’s Armor

A group created for all those who have served in any military branch of any nation.

Every Wednesday Night at 6:00 PM, Father Nicholas leads members of our Church Family in a Bible Study.

A lively, interactive hour together where we encourage one another in the faith

The mission of YAL (Young Adult League) is to cultivate and educate our young adults, age 18 – 35 years old, by leading them to the fullness of the Faith and likeness of God.

Geared to the mature members of our community.

The Greek Dancing Troupe of young people from our parish whose performances are sought by civic and cultural organizations.

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