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Archbishop Elpidophoros Appoints Metropolis of New Jersey Council

NEW YORK – His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, in his role as Patriarchal Vicar of the Eparchy of New Jersey, announced the composition of the new Metropolis Council for the Metropolis of New Jersey. Along with the appointment of the V. Rev. Archimandrite Constantine Moralis as Metropolis Chancellor, the members of the Metropolis Council are as follows: Leon Andris, Vice-Chair; Maria Stefanis, Secretary; Peter Arbes, Treasurer; Debbie Efthimion, Audit Committee Chair; Savas Tsivicos, Finance Committee Chair; Victoria Alex; Maria Caras; Penny Pefanis; George Horiates; Peter Kakoyiannis; Agapios Kyritsis; James Logothetis; Stavros Sousou; Peter Stavrianides, Steve Tenedios; Steve Zervoudis, V. Rev. Archimandrite Ambrose Bitziadis; Rev. Protopresbyter Kosmas Karavellas; Rev. Protopresbyter Konstantinos Pavlakos; Rev. Protopresbyter Dimitrios Antokas; Rev. Protopresbyter Peter Delvizis; Rev. Presbyter Paul Pappas; Rev. Presbyter Angelo Artemis; Rev. Deacon Philotheos Tomczewski.


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