A small group of Greek pioneers living in Corona met for the first time on March 28, 1926, with their primary concern being the establishment of a Greek Orthodox community in Corona, to meet the spiritual needs of the Greeks in the area

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St. Spyridon


While officially incorporated by the State of New York on June 25, 1931 under the name “Washington Heights Hellenic Orthodox Church, Inc.,” Greek Orthodox faithfaully residing in upper Manhattan had attempted some years earlier to organize a parish. Services were held in various locations by a Rev. Kanellos Kanellopoulos and the Church was know as Pantanassa – the Virgin Mary

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Sts. Peter and Paul

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As the Town of Frederick, Maryland began to flourish after the early recession of the 1990’s, the little town, nestled in the rolling hills of Western Maryland began to see a growth in residents working in Washington, DC and surrounding suburbs

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