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Welcome to our St. George Web Site
My Dear Fellows,

Anyone who tries to describe the ineffable Light in language is truly a liar; not because he hates the truth, but because of the inadequacy of his description.

These profound words of Saint Gregory of Nyssa should be kept in mind; I hope that this site that you are visiting will be a way to approach and understand better the Orthodox Faith and Tradition. We offer this modest site in order to facilitate your search and exploration without thinking that we cover everything regarding our Faith, and to keep our parishioners up to date with the Parish’s upcoming activities and events.

Please do not hesitate to call me with any questions or concerns at (203) 849-0611 or e-mail me at: Fr.Nick@StGeorgeCT.org

I hope that your journey will lead you to a personal encounter with the Lord, as a friend talking to a friend, and that His Light will enlighten you forever.

In Jesus Christ our Lord,

Fr. Nicholas
News and Events
Read the latest issue of the Parish News letter , the official news letter of our Church. It keeps the parish updated on the latest local Church news and events.

Read the latest Sunday Bulletin issue, a weekly edition.

A tribute to Fr. Nicholas by The National Herald magazine on "Dedication to the Highest and Essential of Orthodoxy and Hellenism".

The article is written by Theodoros Kalmoukos.

2017 St. George Greek Festival (Aug 24 - 27): Join us and enjoy, Authentic Greek Food, Traditional Dancing & Live Music, Marketplace, Rides, Games & Great Raffle Prizes.

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Our Greek school celebrates the anniversary of March 25th 1821, Greek Independence Day . Join us on Sunday, March 19, after the Church services. Download Program

Following prophetic sayings, yielding to apostolic exhortations, standing on the foundation of the accounts in the Gospels, we make festival on this day of dedication. Today we make festival on this holy day, and making merry together and rejoicing in prayers and litanies, we cry out in psalms & songs.

Join our Bibble Class discussion on the "Book of Revelation (Αποκαλυψη)". Strarting on October 5th, the sessions take place every Wednesday between 7 pm and 8:30 pm. The final session is scheduled for February 22nd.
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Liberator of captives,
defender of the poor,
physician of the sick,
and champion of kings,
O trophy-bearer,
Great Martyr George,
intercede with
Christ God that
our souls be saved

Upcoming Feasts:
John The Theologian
May 8

Costantine & Helen
May 21

Holy Ascension
May 25