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Introducing our new Deacon, Salvatore Michael Fazio!

Deacon Sal was ordained to the Holy Diaconate on December 20, 2009 by His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios the Chief Sheppard of the Metropolis of Boston. He was assigned to remain under the guidance of Fr. Christopher Makiej of Sts. Constantine and Helen Church in Andover, MA until 2018.

He grew up in Tewksbury, Ma and went to college and earned a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Merrimack College in North Andover MA in 1998. Dn. Sal and his wife Diakonissa (or if you prefer Presvetera) Angela have two sons Andrew and Eli. They moved to Texas in the summer of 2018.

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Introducing our new Deacon, Salvatore Michael Fazio!
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Register for VCC! July 30 – August 2

Registration is open for Camp St. Nicholas Vacation Church Camp! This year’s theme is the Life of Christ, and we’ll be learning, worshiping, singing and having lots of fun!
Children from age 2 through 5th grade are welcomed — and 6th graders and up are invited to volunteer to work at the camp! Note that this camp is offered by Transfiguration, but we welcome children from other parishes, so please help spread the word!
Camp will be from 9am – noon on Monday, July 30 through Thursday, August 2. We’ll take a day off, and then enjoy a Family Field Trip to Holy Archangels Monastery in Kendalia on Saturday, August 4.
Register your children today:
GOYA volunteers:  https://tinyurl.com/StNickGOYA
If you’d like to help out or have any questions or concerns, please contact Julie Wynn.
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A Message From Our Council President

I write to you once again and ask for your help during this exciting time of the expansion of our church property.  And now…

We need your financial support!

Our successful Town Hall meetings reassured all of us that we have an affordable and viable expansion plan, which address the issues and obstacles currently prohibiting our growth as a parish community.  I am happy to report that our beloved Metropolitan Isaiah reaffirmed his full blessing and support of this plan once again, when Fr. Vasileios visited him in Denver last week.  Thus, it is time to move forward!

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A Message From Our Council President