Our Parish

2020 Christmas
Christmas Eve SEvices
Join Us to Celebrate the Birth of Our Lord
The Virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call Him Immanuel, which means "God is with us"
2020 Christmas
Bible Study
Bible Study
Every Third Tuesday
Bible Study
2020 Epiphany
The Blessing of the Waters
Join us as we commemorate the Baptism of the Lord and receive the blessing of the Jordan
2020 Epiphany
2019 Christmas Bake Sale
Home Made Greek Pastries and Gifts for the Whole Family
Christmas Bake Sale and Boutique
Boutique is Open
Thursdays - Saturdays 11:00 - 3:00
Sundays 12:00 - 3:00
2019 Christmas Bake Sale

We are an Orthodox Christian community located in Southampton, New York. We invite you to worship with us when you come out to visit Long Island's East End.

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Due to COVID-19, all of our services will now be streamed live.  View Upcoming Services

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Our Calendar

Wednesday Dec 22, 2021
Friday Dec 24, 2021
Saturday Dec 25, 2021
Sunday Dec 26, 2021
Wednesday Dec 29, 2021
Friday Dec 31, 2021
Saturday Jan 01, 2022
Sunday Jan 02, 2022
Tuesday Jan 04, 2022
Wednesday Jan 05, 2022
Thursday Jan 06, 2022
Friday Jan 07, 2022
Sunday Jan 09, 2022
Tuesday Jan 11, 2022
Wednesday Jan 12, 2022
Thursday Jan 13, 2022
Friday Jan 14, 2022
Sunday Jan 16, 2022
Tuesday Jan 18, 2022
Wednesday Jan 19, 2022
Thursday Jan 20, 2022

“ Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him. ”

Psalm 34:8

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Serve and Participate


Your stewardship is a tangible expression of heartfelt gratitude to God, it is critical to the ministries of our Church Family, and it is greatly appreciated.

Serve and Participate

There are a variety of worship services, volunteer oportunities, educational programs, social events and cultural offerings available.  There is something for everyone.  How will you serve and participate?

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“Would someone on your family like a call with Santa clause?  Visit stnicholas-tele-santa.com to schedule a call for a child in your family” 🎄❤️ ...

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On December 4th gather outside the sanctuary for our Annual Tree Lighting at 5:15. RSVP for dinner and holiday craft or dm for more details. 🎄❤️ ...

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Join us for a Thanksgiving Meal from 12-3. With gratitude and love ❤️ ...

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Please support the Pluck a Feather Campaign… There are still many items. needed! @cmeegram #gratitude #givethanks ...

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Trunk or Treat Fall Costume Party Happening Rain or Shine! If there is rain we will move into The Muses. ...

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Tomorrow, Tuesday October 26th we will celebrate Divine Liturgy at 10:00 am for Saint Demetrios. Happy Nameday to all who celebrate! Χρόνια Πολλά! ...

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#HamptonsSoul @jewishcenterofthehamptons @dormitionhamptons @danspapers ...

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September 28, 2021: Bible Study at 10:30 am; Kali Parea: following Bible Study;
October 4: First Day of Language and Culture Institute;
October 19: Bible Study at 10:30 am; Kali Parea: following Bible Study;
October 26: St. Demetrios Divine Liturgy;
October 30: Trunk-or-Treat Costume Party.

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Altar Servers Meeting: This Sunday - Right After Divine Liturgy. Well trained altar servers add dignity, beauty and splendor to worship. Altar Service offers boys the opportunity to make a meaningful commitment to Church service, and deepen their understanding and participation in the Liturgical Life of the Church.

A mandatory Altar Servers meeting will be held on September 26, immediately following Divine Liturgy. We will go over the fundamentals of serving in the Altar, establish our Altar Service schedule for the 2021-2022 Ecclesiastical year, and have time for questions, answers and discussion. New Altar Servers are welcome!

All boys of our parish (seven years of age or older) are invited, If your child is unable to attend, please contact Father Constantine to make other arrangements.

Please RSVP for the meeting by emailing Fr. Constantine today:

[email protected]

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Youth Apple Picking Outing: join us this Sunday after Church. RSVP BY EMAILING FR. CONSTANTINE: [email protected] ...

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Thursday, September 23, 2021: The Conception of St. John the Baptist: Orthros: 9 am; Divine Liturgy: 10 am. This came to pass fifteen months before the birth of Christ, after the vision of the Angel that Zacharias, the father of the Forerunner, saw in the Temple while he executed the priest's office in the order of his course during the feast of the Tabernacles, as tradition bears witness. In this vision, the Archangel Gabriel appeared to Zacharias and said to him, "Thy prayer is heard; and thy wife Elizabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John" (Luke 1:13). Knowing that Elizabeth was barren, and that both he and she were elderly, Zacharias did not believe what the Angel told him, although he had before him the example of Abraham and Sarah, of Hannah, mother of the Prophet Samuel, and of other barren women in Israel who gave birth by the power of God. Hence, he was condemned by the Archangel to remain speechless until the fulfilment of these words in their season, which also came to pass (Luke 1:7-24). ...

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Dates to Remember

September 23 Divine Liturgy for Conception of St. John the Baptist

September 26 Altar Servers Meeting *(During Sunday School); HOPE and JOY Apple Picking

September 28 Bible Study; Kali Parea

October 2 GOYA Trip to Six Flags

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Tomorrow, is the Sunday (9/19/21) After the Feast of the Holy Cross: Orthros: 9:00 am; Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am. “For we through the law died to the law, that we might live to God. We were crucified with Christ; it is no longer we who live, but Christ who lives in us; and the life we now live, we live by faith in the Son of God, who loves us and gave himself for us.”Epistle Reading: Galatians 2:19-20 ...

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Today, Friday, September 17, 2021 we celebrate Sophia & her three daughters: Faith, Hope, and Love: these Saints were from Italy and contested for the Faith about the year 126, during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian. Faith was twelve years old, Hope, ten, and Love, nine; each was tormented and then beheaded, from the eldest to the youngest. Their mother Sophia mourned at their grave for three days, where she also fell asleep in peace; because of her courageous endurance in the face of her daughters' sufferings, she is also counted a martyr. The name Sophia means "wisdom" in Greek; as for her daughters' names, Faith, Hope, and Love (Charity), they are Pistis, Elpis, and Agape in Greek, and Vera, Nadezhda, and Lyubov in Russian. ...

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“Today the Holy Eparchial Synod declared that there is no religious exemption from any vaccine, including the COVID19 vaccine. Any such letter written by any clergyman of the Holy Archdiocese of America is not valid. No clergy are to issue such religious exemption letters for any reason.

Σήμερα, η Ιερά Επαρχιακή Σύνοδος της Αρχιεπισκοπής μας διεκήρυξε πως δεν υφίσταται εξαίρεση από τον εμβολιασμό για τον COVID19, για θρησκευτικούς λόγους. Απαγορεύεται η έκδοση τέτοιας εξαίρεσης από ιερωμένο της Αρχιεπισκοπής Αμερικής, και αν έχει εκδοθεί, θα θεωρείται άκυρη

Today the Holy Eparchial Synod declared that there is no religious exemption from any vaccine, including the COVID19 vaccine. Any such letter written by any clergyman of the Holy Archdiocese of America is not valid. No clergy are to issue such religious exemption letters for any reason.

Today, the Holy Provincial Summit of the Archdiocese proclaimed that there is no exception to the vaccination for the COVID19, for religious reasons. It is forbidden to issue such an exception by a priest of the Archbishop of America, and if it has been issued, it will be considered void.”
@archbishopelpidophoros @goarch

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