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Artoklasia Offered by Fr. Christ Kontos & Presvytera Michele for 20 Years at St. Luke

November 24, 2020

BROOMALL, PA – On the occasion of their 20th year at St. Luke Greek Orthodox Church in Broomall, Fr. Christ Kontos, Presvytera Michele and their family offered the blessing of the five loaves service, the Artoklasia, giving thanks to God and asking for His continued blessings and guidance.

As an expression of gratitude and because of the situation we are in this year, the Parish Council and the Ladies Philoptochos Society presented everyone with a cupcake in honor of the 20th Anniversary. Everyone remained outside to wish “Happy Anniversary” and take a group picture with Fr. Kontos and his family who were very appreciative of the display of love from the congregation.


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