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© 2012 Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church 1230 Newfield Avenue, Stamford, CT 06905 | Rev. Fr. Evan Evangelidis - Presiding Priest (203) 322-2093
Stamford, Connecticut
Presiding Priest:  Rev. Father Evan Evangelidis
Email:  Fr.Evan (at) AnnunciationOfStamford.org

1230 Newfield Avenue Stamford, CT 06905

Office Phone:  203-322-2093
Office Fax:  203-968-6632
Email:  Secretary (at) AnnunciationOfStamford.org
 
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Please click to find out how you can help rebuild the St. Nicholas National Shrine. Read Father Evan's letter explaining how you can help.
Sunday - May 22nd
Sunday of the Paralytic
Orthros - 9am & Divine Liturgy - 10am
Father Evan's Pascha 2016 Message
The exhibit spans 5,000 years of Greek history and culture, presenting stories of individuals from Neolithic villages through the conquests of Alexander the Great. This unprecedented exhibition features more than 550 artifacts from the national collections of 22 museums throughout Greece, making it the largest exhibition of its kind to tour North America in 25 years. The Greeks makes its final of two U.S. stops, and its only East Coast appearance, at the National Geographic Museum, where it opens to the public on June 1.

More information about The Greeks at the National Geographic Museum can be found here: http://natgeo.org/thegreeks.

In addition to this exhibition, National Geographic is producing a three-hour series “The Greeks,” which will air nationally on PBS, starting June 21, 2016, at 9 p.m. (check local listings). A rich complement of publications and public programming related to the exhibition will also be announced in early May. Special events will include an engaging Nat Geo Live event featuring Caroline Alexander, author of the recently published and critically acclaimed English translation of “The Iliad.”