March 21, 2019

Wednesday Lenten Program
Fellowship

- Alexis Pappas -




7 Statements from Christ at the Cross

When Christ was on the Cross for us, He made seven extraordinary statements that were meant to transform our lives and our walk of faith. These statements were presented by Fr. Nicholas Louh during the 2019 Lenten Retreat.  This year, on Wednesday nights during Great Lent each presenter will speak on one of those Statements and how that statement has shaped their Faith.  Additionally the speakers will examine how that particular statement resonates with them during the Journey of Great Lent.

Please join us every Wednesday evening for the Pre-Sanctified Liturgy, covered dish Lenten meal and a personal sharing from one of our speakers.


March 13th: Fr Gregory Edwards

My Journey to Orthodoxy


March 20th: Dr Peter Pappas

'Woman, here is your Son, and to the disciple, here is your Mother'. (John 19:25-27)

Topic: Taking Care of your Family


March 27th: Nic Gulas

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?' (Matthew 27:46)

Topic: We have the promise of a better day


April 3rd: Amanda Knott

'I am Thirsty' (John 19:28-29)

Topic: Be aware of your needs


April 10th: Steve Nickolson

'It is Finished' (John 19:30)

Topic: God will prevail


April 17th: Jason Hinson

'Father, into your hands I commit my spirit' (Luke 23:44-46)

Topic: Surrender to God

If you have missed one of these speakers, please check our website (click here) or Facebook page (click here) to listen to their presentation.



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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), Al

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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.