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    Called to Serve
    07.02.19 | Articles | by Fr. Steven Klund

    After six years, Saint Mark is bidding a fond farewell to Fr. Steven. While saying goodbye is difficult, this process is the way the Orthodox Church has grown and spread to all reaches of the earth over the last two thousand years.

      CHRIST IS RISEN! - Relive Pascha 2019
      05.03.19 | Articles | by Fr. Mark Leondis

      Over the course of the 2019 Holy Week, thousands of faithful came to glorify our Lord’s Passion, Crucifixion, and Resurrection at Saint Mark. We pray that the risen Lord may continually shine His Light on our Saint Mark family and the Orthodox...

        Our Faith At A Glance
        02.18.19 | Articles | by Fr. Peter Chamberas

        Following the 2019 annual Greek Festival, Fr. Peter Chamberas provides comprehensive introduction to the Orthodox Christian faith. The Greek culture, or more accurately "Hellenic Tradition," is FAR more than just tasty food and lively...

          Back-2-Back Champions!
          01.04.19 | Articles

          Take a look back at our back-to-back title runs at the Metropolis of Atlanta Winter Youth Rally!!! Relive the drama from the 2017 Senior Boys Basketball and the 2018 Girls Volleyball Championships!

            Once Upon a Time in Mexico
            08.25.18 | Articles

            Relive the life-changing week experienced by our missionary team had in Project Mexico during the summer of 2018! Featuring a day-by-day recap of their work, and quotes from the youth team members.

              The Feast of Pentecost
              06.01.18 | Articles | by Fr. Alexander Leondis

              The joyous message of Pentecost is that God’s love is among us through the Holy Spirit. Through the Holy Spirit, “Christ is among us, he is and shall always be” now and for all eternity.

                Back to Bethlehem
                12.20.17 | Articles | by Fr. Alexander Leondis

                Let us, by beloved brothers and sisters in Christ, return this Christmas to that wonderful, peaceful, beautiful, holy and solemn night, to the grassy slopes outside the city of Bethlehem.