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Greek Cathedral celebrates Name Day

 

8 November 2020

It is the pride and the symbol of the Greek Orthodox Community and on Sunday the 8th of November, the jewel of Franklin Street, the Cathedral of Archangels Michael & Gabriel, celebrated its name day.

Having been the central point of the Greeks of Adelaide for the last 90 years, the Cathedral once again draw dozens of Hellenes who, under strict COVID-19 rules, participated in its name day celebrations.

Saturday night members of the Administrative Council and the broader community attended the Great Vesper and later enjoyed the traditional take-away honey puffs served by the ladies of the Women’s Fellowships at the church’s courtyard.

The two-day event continued on Sunday as again a number of people came to the Cathedral to attend the Great Divine Liturgy and be part of this significant religious event.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only 120 were allowed inside the church, however, many more came through the door, lit a candle and went back outside.

The divine liturgy concluded with the traditional procession of the holy icon around the church.

The morning service was followed by take-away grilled delicacies prepared by members of the Administrative Council and the church’s volunteers’ team.

The ladies from the Women’s Fellowships however prepared the popular honey puffs ‘loukoumades’, again only as take-away.

Greek Community postpones AGM

Due to the new COVID-19 safety measures announced by the South Australian Government, the Greek Orthodox Community has postponed several activities including the Annual General Meeting which was due to take place on 22 November.

Due to the AGM’s postponement, GOCSA has asked members to forward in writing any questions they might have regarding last year’s meeting notes they have received through the post. They can do so either by post to the General Secretary, 262 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA 5000 or by email on gocsa@gocsa.org.au. Those questions will be tabled at the AGM when it is rescheduled.

The Annual General Meeting will go ahead once COVID-19 safety measures ease off. GOCSA will keep the members updated regarding the new AGM date through another round of mail out.

 

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