Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

84-35 152 Street

Jamaica, New York 11432-1641

Tel. 718-291-2420   Fax 718-526-6775

Reverend Father Konstantinos Kalogridis, Economos

Reverend Father Mircea-Michael Dobre, Priest

For driving directions to our Parish click here

Worship Schedule

Sundays: Orthros 8:30 am  Divine Liturgy 10 am  (Coffee and Fellowship Hour in the Church Hall following the Divine Liturgy)

Weekdays: Orthros & Divine Liturgy 8:30 am

Click here for the complete--->Church Schedule of Services for Holy Lent

Click here for the complete--->2017 Holy Week Schedule of Services

  Click here for the--->  March 26th Weekly Bulletin

Sunday March 26th--Greek Independence Parade on Fifth Avenue

Click here for the--->Greek Independence Parade photos

Click here for the Sunday---> March 19th photos-- Adoration of the Cross

Click here for the--->March 5th---Sunday of Orthodoxy Photos

Click here for the--->>Parish Calendar

This week at Saint Demetrios Jamaica:

Church Services:

Monday March 27th   7 pm  Great Compline

Wednesday March 29  8:15 am  Pre-Sanctified Liturgy

Friday March 31   7 pm   Akathist Hymn to the Theotokos


Monday March 27--- 7 pm--- GOYA Meeting

Tuesday March 28---7:30 pm Bible Study

Wednesday March 29---4 pm---Greek School

Sunday April 2---

The Saint Demetrios Ladies Philoptochops Society

Invites You To Its Fasolada Luncheon

Following The Divine Liturgy

Donation $10 (Children $5)

[Pasta if desired]

Parish News: (updated March 26)

Save the date!

The Saint Demetrios Ladies Philoptochos Spring Luncheon is Tuesday May 9th at the Swan Club in Roslyn Harbor

 2017 Stewardship

Please remember to submit your 2017 Stewardship Commitment form to the Church Office. Click here to print the form at home.

Click to view or print a--->> 2017 Stewardship information brochure.


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Our Faith

The Sacraments
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