Welcome to The Youth Connection! 

This webpage is a place to access interesting, educational and informative resources especially for the youth of Sts. Anargyroi.  Take time to check out all the links and learn about the great offerings of the Orthodox world online.  Here can be found games and videos, newsletters and daily readings as well as a place to share your own thoughts! Let us know what you think!


The Children's Word

Take Up Your Cross

The Children’s Word is a Weekly Sunday Bulletin
for Orthodox Christian young people.

Click above to view and print

(designed to be printed on 8 1/2 x 14 paper).

St John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival

Once again, the annual St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival is back.  This is an opportunity for our youth to learn more about our faith (and to teach us) while working on their public speaking skills.  Our parish oratorical festival will be held on Sunday, April 11 after church.

As things stand, all participants are to speak in the church. If a participant is unable to participate in person, a recording of the speech may be submitted and shown to the judges. Please keep in mind that the live presentation is a large part of the experience, however challenging, and the video opportunity is not an opt-out of in person speaking. The Metropolis festival will be held locally in May and the National event will be virtual so there will be no travel involved.

You can find info on the topics here and more information here.  

Please email SundaySchool to register your participant by including their:

Name, Grade, Division and selected Topic (if in a judged category).

The three categories are:

ELEMENTARY DIVISION - GRADES 4-6 (non-competitive)





Learning Greek is so much fun! 
New Links!

Click     to watch and listen

Click below to enlarge & print

Learn the Greek National Anthem

Click on the flag below to view & print the words

  Click     to listen to the Anthem.

Learn the Greek Alphabet

(click below to view and print pages)

more than 600 FREE Greek games and activities

Metropolis of Boston Camp

MBC’s mission is to gather Orthodox Christian youth (ages 8-18) from the Metropolis and beyond to be a part of an unforgettable experience. Campers strengthen their faith and establish relationships based on the camp pillars: Trust, Honesty, Respect, Forgiveness, Openness, and Love.

Online Chapel

Read today's prescribed Epistle and Gospel passages 
and learn about the saints commemorated by the Church on this day




Sunday School 


During the Covid pandemic classes are being held via Zoom the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 11:30am for about 30-40 minutes. The current themes being presented are the 12 Great Feasts of the Orthodox calendar and the four evangelists. The link to the online classroom is emailed well in advance. Please email the Sunday School ( to be added to this list.


If you have not previously registered for our program please send an e-mail to with the names and ages of anyone you would like to register.

Mar/May Zoom class schedule


Below are some resources that can be used at home:

Be the Bee videos

Tending the Garden of Our Hearts

are podcasts for children and families.

At this time, it is a virtual Sunday School program with video which we
highly recommend people of all ages subscribe to and view weekly.

Raising Saints is a terrific audio resource for parents and teachers.
Use these for self-enrichment.


Father Greg:



As everything around us is changing and evolving due to the COVID-19 pandemic so is the way we teach our students.  This year we are able to offer our Greek Language program 100% remotely using a new e-learning interface by the Papaloizos Publications.  Our Greek School program is made possible through the great dedication and efforts of our teacher volunteers.  For further information please contact Veronica Moe at






HOPE (ages 5-7 ) & and JOY (ages 7-11)

Zoom meetings only at this time. Please check back for updates.




All students in Grades 7-12 are invited to join the GOYA.

Zoom meetings only at this time. Please check back for updates.


Pop Culture Coffee Hour Podcast




Children's Bible Reader


Saints Alive!