2020 Coordinators/Chairpersons

 

METROPOLIS FESTIVAL:

Date: May 16, 2020

Host Parish: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral

419 South Dithridge Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Chairperson: Archon Philip G. Yamalis, MDiv
Phone: (412) 606-0092
Email: [email protected]  

DISTRICT FESTIVALS:

Central District

Date: April 4, 2020
Host Parish: All Saints Greek Orthodox Church
601 W. McMurray Road
Canonsburg, PA 15317
Phone: (724) 745-5205
 
Chairperson: Dn. George Athanasiou
Phone: (724) 745-5205

Churches in this District are:

  • Pennsylvania:
    • Aliquippa:  Kimisis Tis Theotokou
    • Altoona:  Holy Trinity
    • Ambridge:  Holy Trinity
    • Canonsburg:  All Saints
    • East Pittsburgh:  Presentation of Christ/Ypapanti
    • Erie:  Koimisis Tis Theotokou
    • Farrell:  Evangelismos
    • Johnstown: St. Mary
    • McKeesport:  Annunciation
    • Monessen:  St. Spyridon
    • New Castle:  St. George
    • New Kensington: Annunciation
    • Oakmont:  Holy Dormition of the Theotokos
    • Mt. Lebanon: Holy Cross
    • Pittsburgh: Holy Trinity
    • Pittsburgh: St. Nicholas Cathedral
  • Ohio:
    • Campbell: Archangel Michael
    • Martins Ferry: Zoodochos Peghe
    • Steubenville:   Holy Trinity
    • Warren:  St. Demetrios
    • Youngstown:  St. John the Forerunner
    • Youngstown: St. Nicholas
  • West Virginia:
    • Clarksburg: St. Spyridon
    • Morgantown: Assumption
    • Weirton:  All Saints
    • Wheeling:  St. John the Divine

Western District:

Date: April 4, 2020
Host Parish: Sts. Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral
3352 Mayfield Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Phone: (216) 932-3300
 
Chairperson: Ted Cherpas
Phone: (216) 932-3300, ext 8

Churches in this District are:

  • Ohio:  
    • Akron:  Annunciation
    • Belpre: St. James
    • Canton: Holy Trinity
    • Canton: St. Haralambos
    • Cleveland: Annunciation
    • Cleveland Heights: Sts. Constantine & Helen Cathedral
    • Columbus:  Annunciation Cathedral
    • Mansfield:  Sts. Constantine & Helen
    • Massillon:  St. George
    • North Royalton:  St. Paul
    • Rocky River:  St. Demetrios
  • West Virginia:
    • Charleston: St. John                           
    • Huntington: St. George

Eastern District:

Date: April 4, 2020
Host Parish: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral
1607 W Union Blvd.
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Phone: (610) 867-1327
 
Chairperson: Elleni Pippis
Phone(610) 547-9671

Churches in this District are:

  • Pennsylvania:
    • Bethlehem: St. Nicholas
    • Blandon: St. Matthew
    • Camp Hill:  Holy Trinity Cathedral
    • Easton:  Evangelismos
    • Lititz: Holy Transfiguration
    • Reading: SS. Constantine & Helen
    • Scranton:  Annunciation
    • Stroudsburg:  Holy Cross
    • Wilkes-Barre: Annunciation
    • York: Annunciation

 


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