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!


Religious Education Classes


Easter Youth Retreat

For all the youth of our community.

Register your children so they can spend time with their peers and learn about Holy Week and Pascha.

Church community and building these relationships is so important!


St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival

The Sts. Anargyroi Oratorical Festival parish competition will be held on

Sunday, March 17th

Participants in grades 4-6 can participate at a non-judged level presenting an original speech pertaining to the Orthodox Faith for 60-90 seconds duration.

Participants in grades 7- 9 will be judged in the Junior Division and those in grades 10 -12 in the Senior Division.

 More information can be found at or contact Peter Arvantely at or 415-425-8523.


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Planting the word of God in hearts of all ages!

Religious Education Classes:

The Sunday School year will Begin Sunday 9/24/23 and run through 6/9/24

We will not meet on the following weekends:
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Palm Sunday, Easter and Memorial Day

Here is a glimpse at the curriculum for this year:

Pre-K to grade 2 will focus on stories with topics including Orthodoxy, scripture and saints.
Class will be taught by Mary Georgilas in the small, blue, classroom under the church.

Grades 3 to 6 will focus on a study of the virtues.
Class will be taught by Pres. Eleni & Jennifer Le Vine and meet in the church basement.

Grades 7 to 12 will focus on reading Paul's letters. Starting with the Book of Romans followed by 1 & 2 Corinthians. 
Class will be taught by Chris Papalilo and meet in the church basement. Students may prepare by reading the chapter before each class to be ready to discuss. 


March and April Class Schedule

We look forward to seeing you all soon!

Presbytera Eleni & Jennifer



Welcome Back To Greek School!

We look forward to learning and growing together, no matter where you are in your Greek language learning journey.  This academic year will be exciting, and we encourage you to learn with us.  We look forward to welcoming you, the new and the returning class.

Greek School will begin on 

Friday, October 6th

Classes are being held 

6:00PM to 7:30PM on Fridays


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



Learning Greek is so much fun! 

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Learn the Greek National Anthem

Click on the flag below to view & print the words

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Learn the Greek Alphabet

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Religious Education Classes:

For more information please contact:

Presbytera Eleni or Jennifer at

Father Greg:


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.

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


Classes are held:

6:00PM to 7:30PM on Fridays

For further information please contact

Veronica Moe at


Youth Director

Nicole Toppses


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

Next meetings after Church:

Sunday, March 31st
Sunday, April 14th
Sunday, April 21st

Hope to see you there!


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

Sunday, March 31st
Sunday, April 14th
Sunday, April 21st

Hope to see you there!



Pop Culture Coffee Hour Podcast




Children's Bible Reader


Saints Alive!





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