Sunday School

Welcome to the Sunday School Page

2020-2021 SUNDAY SCHOOL 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR: CHRISTIN DIAMANTIS & ALESIA GRINSTEAD

Hall Monitor: Christin Diamantis

AT THIS TIME, WE ARE NOT HOLDING IN-PERSON SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES DUE TO COVID-19. WE WOULD, HOWEVER, LIKE YOU TO PLEASE REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN. FR. ANTHONY HAS WEEKLY "LESSONS" LISTED ON THE HOMEPAGE OF OUR WEBSITE.

 If you have not already registered your child(ren) for Sunday School, please do so now by clicking on the link below. Children must be 3 years old by September 1 to register for Pre-K. There will be no exceptions.

 
!!!ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE!!!

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY for Sunday School. Click here to register your child(ren). There are no fees for Sunday School. Please contact the Church Office with any questions or concerns you may have 734.283.8820.

 

 

2020-2021 SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS' MEETINGS
 
2020/21
TBD
Closing Exercises: Sunday, June 6, 2021
 
 
 

 

SUMMER CAMPS


Information on the various summer camps available for your children can be found on the Metropolis of Detroit website at: Summer Camps

Check out the information and sign-up your child today!


2020 Registration NOW OPEN for the Metropolis of Detroit Summer Camp in Rose City. 

 

Ionian Village Summer Camping Programs - Summer 2020 Programs CANCELLED due to the COVID-19.
The picturesque Ionian Village campgrounds sit along the shores of the pristine Ionian Sea and are equipped with a private beach, an Olympic-sized pool, air-conditioned cabins, and various athletic courts and fields. Campers actively explore their Orthodox faith and heritage, both through the daily camp program and through excursions to culturally and religiously significant sites throughout Greece. Excursions vary slightly between the two sessions and will include Ancient Olympia, Patra, Zakynthos, Kefallonia, Kerkyra, Aegina, Epidavros, Mystras, and Athens. Each 20-day session is open to young people who have completed grades 8 through 12.
 
 
Ionian Village Spiritual Odyssey Pilgrimage
The Spiritual Odyssey program offers young adults the opportunity to intimately encounter our culture and faith through focused pilgrimages.  Spiritual Odyssey is open to young adults between the ages of 19-28.
 

While in Cyprus, participants will experience our faith and culture first-hand, visiting sites where the Apostles once preached, also learning about the Cypriot struggle and ongoing division of the island. Participants will also explore the beautiful beaches, food, and culture of the island of Cyprus. Participants will then travel to Crete where they will marvel at the ancient ruins in Knossos and experience the island’s rich religious heritage.

Applications to be a part of our summer Staff will be posted on our website each November.
 

For more up-to-date information regarding any Summer programs, to apply to be a Staff, Medical, or Clergy Member, or to register for Alumni Project please visit the Ionian Village website at www.ionianvillage.org.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS!

You can access all scholarship information that is available by clicking on the links of interest below. 

 

AHEPA DISTRICT #10 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

 

Click here for PanHellenic Scholarship information. 

 

Click here for Scholarships offered by the Archdiocese of America.

 

Sunday School Teachers

(2020-2021)

Pre-Kindergarten:

Genie Papaioannou: Teacher

Nisreen Sirhan: Assistant

Kindergarten/1st Grade:

Joanne Cranford & Lauren Tougas, Co-Teachers

2nd/3rd Grade:

John Kaltsas: Teacher

Penny Filyo: Assistant

4th/5th Grade:

Alesia Grinstead: Teacher

Katerena Sirhan: Assistant

6th/7th Grade:

Maria Tsipras: Teacher

Maria Makarounas: Assistant

8th/9th Grade:

Ted Varkas: Teacher

Peter Polychroni: Assistant

Seminar:

Sam Kiousis & Eleni Dionyssopoulos, Co-Teachers

 

 


 

CROSS ROADS
for Orthodox High School Juniors & Seniors

Download an application and view a video clip at Click here.

CrossRoad is an exciting summer vocation exploration program to help students discern their callings and match their God-given gifts with the needs of the world.

Through grants and generous donors, each accepted applicant receives a full scholarship and is only responsible for travel costs to/from Boston.