April 20, 2018

Adult Sunday School Class
A Journey to Fullness

- Alexis Pappas -




Beginning April 29th, the Adult Sunday School Class will kick off a new series called A Journey to Fullness.  This study is the merest of introductions to the Orthodox faith and life of the Church.  It is hoped that this will help you understand, although in a limited way, what the Eastern Orthodox Church is and why it holds an attraction for us.  I recommend this class to not only people interested in learning more about Orthodoxy, but also any of us who were cradle Orthodox.  Each of the 16 lessons include a 20 minute video presentation by Fr. Barnabas Powell and 3 discussion questions.  The class will meet outside the Chapel in the Atrium area.  So, please grab a cup of coffee and get ready to be Orthodox on Purpose!  



Alexis Pappas was raised in Dalton, Georgia and attended Holy Annunication Greek Orthodox Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. A graduate of University of Alabama (1993), Al...[more]

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Alexis Pappas was raised in Dalton, Georgia and attended Holy Annunication Greek Orthodox Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. A graduate of University of Alabama (1993), Alexis has a master’s degree in Business Administration and Health Services Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham(1996). Alexis began working at the Cathedral in 2009 as an Interim Youth Director. She has stayed on staff assisting with youth programs, church school, inquirer’s class and in various roles supporting the parish and clergy. Alexis is married to Dr. Peter Pappas and they have two children, Stav and Eli. Alexis loves to read, workout, travel to Montana, spend time with her family and is learning bee keeping. Her favorite part about working at the Cathedral is all the friends that she has made and getting to know new comers.