Spreading the Gospel Message through Contemporary Digital Media

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 Pemptousia.com - 12/9/18 Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta speaks on 'Spreading the Gospel message through contemporary digital media': "Recently, there was a worldwide Vatopaidi conference and two people from my Metropolis participated - Presvytera Correna Panagiotou and Fr. Barnabas." Source:

Atlanta Pan-Orthodox Vespers

July 2015 At the invitation of His Eminence, Metropolitan Alexios of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta, participants in the Fellowship of Orthodox Christians of America’s 89th national convention and many who arrived early for the 18th All-American Council of the Orthodox Church in America joined faithful from the greater Atlanta area at a pan-Orthodox Vesper ...

Divine Liturgy Celebrated in Tunisian City of Bizerte

October 2014 With the blessing of His Beatitude Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa Theodore II, Divine Liturgy was celebrated in the Tunisian city of Bizerte, in a region with the largest concentration of radical Islamists. This took place last Sunday, reports Romfea. The small Orthodox Church of St. Alexander Nevsky was built in the ...

Greek Orthodox Church in Gulf Shores to be consecrated by Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta

At St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox Chapel, the Very Reverend Father Frank Mayernick presides over a Sunday service. On Jan. 20, St. Athanasios will be consecrated by His Eminence Metropolitan Alexios of Atlanta, who will travel to Gulf Shores for what he calls the baptism of the church. (Kate Mercer/Press-Register)

By Roy Hoffman, Press-Register 7/1/2012 In Alabama, St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox parish joins four others: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Mobile; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Montgomery; Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Birmingham; and Saints Constantinople and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Huntsville. In Mississsippi, there are two parishes: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Chapel in ...

Catholic, Orthodox Leaders Sign Sanctity Of Life Text

STEPHEN O'KANE 14/4/2011 ATLANTA—As part of the ongoing ecumenical dialogue between the local Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches, Atlanta Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory and Metropolitan Alexios, Greek Orthodox Archbishop of the Metropolis of Atlanta, recently signed a joint declaration on the sanctity of human life. On Sunday, April 3, Archbishop Gregory participated in an ecumenical service at ...