All Saints Orthodox Church: Fall Festival on Fairfax this Saturday

I would be sadly remiss if I did not plug All Saints‘ impending Festival on Fairfax this Saturday; it will kick off at 11am, ending at 6pm. As was started last year, Great Vespers will be incorporated into the Festival’s proceedings, starting at 5pm (and why we didn’t think of that earlier is beyond me).

It is always a good time; the community really pulls together to do this every year, and it is absolutely worth it. I will note that our gyros (gyroi?) is/are the best in town thanks to parishioner Johnny Ioannides — they’re also better than Holy Trinity’s, to say nothing of cheaper. Rumors of a drawing to win one’s very own skevophylakion are just that — rumor. Our bishop asks us to not do raffles anyway.

Please come if you can!


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