Adult Ministries

Bible Study

Do you struggle to read the Bible on your own? If you do, is it hard to understand what it all means? Come join us for a Bible Study!

Please check our Parish Calendar or Sunday Bulletin for the latest updates on this ministry. 

Contact Father Chris for more details.




Catechism is the process by which adults learn about the Orthodox Christian faith in preparation to join the community. Our clergy lead Catechism classes in groups several times throughout the year. 

Please call the Church Office for more information. 


Young Adult League / OCF

Calling all college students and young adults! If you love coffee, food, and good company, be sure to get in touch with us and join our events! We have regional OCF events and hope to have regular social outings. 

For more information about OCF, please contact the Church Office for more information. 


Senior's Group

The Seniors of Worcester were first organized in 1981. We have a membership of 115. We are a very energetic and active group. The Seniors get together on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings. Some of our members watch the latest Greek news channel and discuss Greek politics. Other members engage in a game of Tavli, and others play Gin or read the newspapers. The women usually meet in the afternoons and bring some sort of food or pastries. The women discuss the activities in our community and new recipes or methods of cooking. We get together for noon luncheons and charge a very reasonable fee so we can meet each other and socialize. We have been trying to organize small trips so everyone can participate. Our dues are very reasonable at $20 per year. We would love to have more people join and experience the fellowship of our group.

The A.H.E.P.A has a beautiful home with kitchen facilities that we are able to use and enjoy. With winter approaching we realize how important it is for us to have a place where we can go and exchange our ideas. We also try to help the AHEPA with small donations which help defray some of the expenses. Whenever the church needs something we are the first to respond. The last donation made by our membership was for chairs and tables for the Church’s main hall. Please consider joining so that we may continue our mission. For more details, please contact Sandi Theros.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Our Prayer Shawl Ministry consists of skilled and novice parishioners who get together on the second Friday of each month to knit and/or crochet prayer shawls and other items of comfort for those facing hardships of health. Over the years, countless shawls and scarves have been blessed and distibuted to those in need around our community.  Parishioners and friends, regardless of skill level, are all welcome to join this kind, comforting group. If you would like to assist but cannot make our meetings, please knit or crochet at home, donate yarn and knitting needles, or simply offer a prayer for the success of this ministry. For more details contact Sue Kika.