GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
OF THE ASSUMPTION

GROWING IN FAITH AND LOVE THROUGH CHRIST

REV. FR. DEAN KOULDUKIS, Protopresbyter

July 29, 2022 - e-Bulletin Issue #368
Parish Office: (206) 323-8557
Sunday, July 31st
7th SUNDAY OF MATTHEW
Matins: 8:45 am ~ Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am
Memorial: Panayiota Lipsou (15 yrs)

Monday, August 1st
DORMITION FAST BEGINS
Small Paraklesis: 7:00 pm

Wednesday, August 3rd
Small Paraklesis: 7:00 pm

Thursday, August 4th
Society of St. John the Almsgiver - Cooking for the Homeless: 9:30 am

Saturday, August 6th
TRANSFIGURATION OF JESUS CHRIST
Matins: 8:45 am ~ Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am

Sunday, August 7th
8th SUNDAY OF MATTHEW
Matins: 8:45 am ~ Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am
Memorial: Anthony (Tony) Amoratis (40 days)
Memorial: Church Founders & First Families

As always, if you are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, or are ill, please stay home and participate via our online live stream. Check our Calendar of Events and then navigate to our Assumption Church website where you can grab a link to any service via our live stream: https://assumptionseattle.org/live_broadcast.html .
2022-23 CHURCH SCHOOL REGISTRATION

Hello everyone!

The Assumption 2022-23 Church School Registration is now open! Sunday School will begin on Sunday, September 18th. Please complete and submit a registration form by Monday, August 15th for each student who will be attending Sunday School at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption. We look forward to hearing from you.

Rachael Pamboukas
(Church School Director)
"GROWING IN FAITH AND LOVE THROUGH CHRIST"
The Stewardship of Time, Talent and Treasure.

Thank you to all of our parishioners who have completed a 2022 Commitment Form. Stewardship giving is a testimony of dedication to the deepening of one's faith - through the giving of time, talent and treasure. Your commitment enables our Assumption parish to grow her ministries and carry out the mission to Grow in Faith and Love Through Christ!
ONLINE STREAMING OF ASSUMPTION CHURCH SERVICES

We'd like to thank you for your patience this last couple of months while we worked through some issues related to our Xfinity services that greatly impacted our live stream. After diligent troubleshooting, calls, onsite work, etc., Xfinity was able to locate the node issue in our neighborhood and resolve it. We are working through some final adjustments, this week. We hope to have the live stream stable in time for Matins and Liturgy this Sunday, July 24th. Many thanks to Gus Mehas for his expertise and his donation of time and talents to get us up and running again!