Rev. Fr. Economos Paul G. Pappas, Presiding Priest
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To be a Christian means to be part of the Church, which enables us to practice our active commitment to our belief in God and to acknowledge Christ in our way of life.
The Church is the Body of Christ on earth, the fellowship of the faithful. Its members worship together and help one another to learn and practice the faith. With the help of God and each other, we seek to become better Christians.
Since the very beginning, the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Barbara has worked together, diligently and unselfishly, to become the "ecclesia", an expanded family that receives its blessings from almighty God.
While striving for this goal, we offer a full program of activities for our parishioners of all ages, and encourage all members to participate as actively as they can. We invite you to join us in His work.
Before joining Saint Barbara's Church, Father Paul Pappas served at Saint Mark Greek Orthodox Church, Boca Raton Florida from September 2004 through June 2006. Before his ordination as a Deacon in January of 2002, Father Paul was a commercial painter. As a Deacon, he served Metropolitan Methodios of the Metropolis of Boston. In May of 2003, Father Paul was ordained a priest, and served the parish of St. Demetrios of Weston, Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Hellenic College / Holy Cross School of Theology.
The life of the Orthodox Church perpetuates and fulfills the ministry of Jesus Christ. The close association between Christ and His Church is reflected in the images from the Scriptures which declare that Christ is the Head and the Church is His Body, and that Christ is the Bridegroom and the Church is His bride. Learn more»