Greek Orthodox Church
Rev. Father Evan Evangelidis
Fr. Evan is a first generation Greek-American, whose family emigrated from Greece and settled in Worcester, Massachusetts when he was four years old. Like most immigrants, his family came to this country with a strong desire to work and build a better future for themselves and their children. It is his faith and love in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ along with the unwavering love, support and sacrifice of family that have shaped Father Evan as a person and as a Greek Orthodox Christian. His father fell asleep in the Lord in 1995 and his mother, Chrysanthi, currently lives in Worcester, MA. His sister, Dr. Vicky Evangelidis, is married to Dr. Stanley Sakellson and they live in Westchester County New York. Last but certainly not least, Father Evan is the proud parent of a highly intelligent, energetic, beautiful and precocious 9 year old named Demetra Alexandra who constantly keeps him busy and always smiling!
© 2012 Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church 1230 Newfield Avenue, Stamford, CT 06905 | Rev. Fr. Evan Evangelidis - Presiding Priest (203) 322-2093
The Rev. Father Evan Evangelidis has served as Pastor of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Stamford, CT since July 2011. In addition to sacramental, liturgical and administrative duties, his parish ministry consists of youth work, hospital visitations, pastoral work and Orthodox Christian education. Prior to his assignment at the Annunciation Church, Fr. Evan served as the Associate Pastor of the Archangel Michael Church in Roslyn/Port Washington, NY, as a Deacon at Holy Trinity Church in New Rochelle, NY and as the Deacon to His Eminence, Metropolitan EVANGELOS of New Jersey. He has also served as an Archivist and the Assistant to the Registrar of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Father Evan received a Masterís of Divinity (M. Div) from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. He also holds a BA in History from the University of Chicago and a Masterís of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.) from The Divinity School at Yale University, where he also taught, as a Teaching Fellow, for the Departments of History and Art History. He also did graduate work in History at Columbia University and in Adolescence Education at Mercy College. Father Evan also taught Byzantine History at the Center of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies at Queens College as an Adjunct Instructor. Father Evan also taught History and English at St. Raymond High School for Boys in the Bronx.