Dear Web Site Visitor,
As the Pastor of our Saint George Greek Orthodox Church, and on behalf of our entire Church family from the East Tennessee area, welcome to our Parish's web site!
The St. George community is a body of faithful Orthodox Christians, dedicated to worshiping and serving God, committed to the sacramental life of His Church, and sincere in the effort to live in obedience to the teachings and commandments of Christ. Our parish is under the guidance of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Atlanta,
which is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
Our community includes Orthodox Christians mostly of Hellenic heritage, but also of other traditionally Orthodox ethnic backgrounds (including Romanian, Arabic, Serbian) as well as of purely American roots. It is our pleasure to welcome to our services visitors who would like to experience worship according to the honored and treasured historical traditions of Orthodoxy.
Take a look around our web site and as you navigate through its pages, you will find a great deal of information about our Church. Take advantage of our links to other sites as well, especially to the award winning site of our Archdiocese. We also encourage you to consult our on-line calendar for the most current information on upcoming events.
Quite naturally, our site will go through a continual series of updates, due to our interest in providing you with pertinent information on our Parish and offering you items of spiritual benefit.
So enjoy your visit to our site, please accept our standing invitation to come join us for services or for a visit whenever the opportunity presents itself, and click on to our site again soon.
Meanwhile, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Christ's Agape,
Rev. Fr. Anthony Stratis
Archippus the Apostle, Philemon the Apostle & his wife, Apphia, Onesimos the Disciple of Paul; Holy Martyr Cecilia and those with her; Afterfeast of the Entry of the Theotokos into the Temple; Kallistos Xanthopoulos, Patriarch of Constantinople; Anthimos, President of Crete