On February 15, 2020, our Cathedral hosted a presentation offered by iconographer Jonathan Pageau. The event was co-sponsored by the Boston Fellows, a service program of the Anglican Diocese of New England and Orthodoxy on Tap, a ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston.
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, our Cathedral youth and their families made tehir annual trip to Pats Peak in New Hampshire for a day of skiing, snow tubing, and fellowship in the Lodge
On Sunday, January 5, the Cathedral commemorated the Eve of Theophany with the Great Blessing of the Waters. After the blessing, we had the traditional cutting of the Vasilopita followed by a reception hosted by the Ladies Philoptochos.
Our Cathedral youth once again heled lead us into the Christmas season with a Christmas Pageant on Sunday, December 15 at the Cathedral. After the Pageant, the youth enjoyed a Christmas Party.
On Sunday, December 8, our Cathedral Philoptochos held their annual St. Nicholas Luncheon. Earlier in the day, the Cathedral Choir offered a selection of Christmas Carols to help usher in the season.
On Friday, December 6, the youth of our parish gathered at the Center for a festive evening of Gingerbread House making along with some pizza and seasonal Christmas music playing in the background.
Our Cathedral once again commemorated Veterans Day with a program organized by Dr. Chris Gussis and filled with patriotic anthems sung by our Cathedral Choir.
On September 15, 2019, His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America made his historic first visit to the Annunication Greek Orthodox Cathedral
On September 20, 21, and 22, our Cathedral once again hosted our Annual Greek Festival on our Cathedral Center grounds in Brookline, MA.
Sunday, September 29 marked the first day of Sunday School classes as the youth of our community began another year of catechetical studies.
Our Cathedral commemorated AHEPA Sunday and honored our Greek cultural heritage with a presentation by our Cathedral Greek School on May 19, 2019.
His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios celebrated Holy and Great Pascha at the Cathedral. The vigil began Holy Saturday evening with the light emerging at midnight.
Our Cathedral community celebrated Palm Sunday on Sunday, April 21 and the following Holy Week services that began that evening with the first Bridegroom Service.