Welcome to the website of the Dormition of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Church of Oakmont and Verona! If you are a new member of our parish, or are considering membership, this web site will acquaint you with our parish. To those who already belong to the church, this is YOUR website. We hope you will make full use of it, not only to enrich your relationship with the church and your fellow members, but to strengthen and support our parish and its ministries as well.
Services this week:
9/2: Paraklesis - 7pm
9/5: Vespers - 6pm
Reminder that Church Services for September 6th will be held at the
Wyndham Grand Ballroom (2nd floor). Orthros 9 a.m. Liturgy 10 a.m.
Coffee hour to follow. Street parking available & at the Gateway Garage.
Adult classes are going to be held for individuals 18 and over whom
wish to learn Greek dancing. For more information, please contact,
Alecia Denillo at 412.681.1714.
Philoptochos meeting will be held on Sunday, September 13st.
New members are welcome.
Coffee hour sponsors are needed for Sunday coffee hour. Two or more families
can sponsor together. Please contact Jean Walter at 412.243.1262 to sponsor
the coffee hour. Thank-you to all that have sponsored the coffee hour.
The 2015 Pittsburgh Summer Greek Festival Guide has been published by Holy Trinity.
Please see the Church Events Calendar for all upcoming Church Services and our parish's ministry happenings! Note that the calendar will not show events that are scheduled for the Church Social Hall or Riverside Landing facility. If you know of an event or would like an event listed, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the event details.
Orthodox Tidbits St. Symeon the Stylite
Evagrius Scholasticus, in his Ecclesiastical History (I.13), wrote the following concerning
St. Symeon the Stylite:
In these times [about 440 A.D.] there flourished and became illustrious, Symeon, of holy and famous memory,
who originated the contrivance of stationing himself on the top of a column, thereby occupying a space of scarcely
two cubits in circumference.
Continued: St. Symeon the Stylite
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