by Marcelo P. Souza In the time between the joy of Pascha and the anticipation of Pentecost, it is good for us to reflect on the life that has been given us by the resurrection of Christ. Christ is risen from the dead, having conquered death, sin, and suffering, but instead of immediately returning to the… Read More
Beloved in the Lord, “The Lord will give strength to His people; the Lord will bless His people with peace.” –Psalm 29:11 I just returned from spending the weekend in Brookline, Massachusetts for the 76th Commencement at Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology. Seeing the eager faces of our graduates and their families brought… Read More
Dear fellow parishioners, In an effort to continue tailoring our ministries to target the needs of each of our families, we have prepared a brief survey to collect data which we feel will assist us going forward. Please take a moment to fill out the survey by following the link below, it would be much… Read More
After taking a brief hiatus early 2018, our Mom’s Bible Study group format was changed a bit and restarted this last March 13 during Great Lent. The group, led by Annemarie Bosl, now will go through topical discussions over a series of four sessions periodically throughout the year. Our first topic for this year was… Read More
Congratulations to our Resurrection Middle School boys basketball team who had an amazing season in the Orthodox Youth Athletic Association. The team played other parish’s around the bay area including Holy Trinity, Holy Cross, St. Gregory, St. Nicholas, Annunciation and Ascension, and made it all the way to the playoffs. Congratulations guys!!
Our GOYA (6-12 grades) gathered along with the other Bay Area GOYA to enjoy a Lenten Retreat in the Marin Headlands. The theme of the weekend was Self Control. The GOYAns had a weekend of Orthodox Life sessions about Self-Control, decorated Pascha Candles, hiked with His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos, and got to enjoy the beauty… Read More