October 16, 2018

Women's Bible Study
Tuesday mornings

- Fr. Paul Costopoulos -




Join us every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for Women's Bible Study.  This fall, we will be studying the Parables of Christ.  The parables are a method of teaching.  Generally, the parable joins together two levels of reality; an element of daily life is unexpectedly juxtaposed with the highest level of reality; the Kingdom of God is like a woman kneading bread, a farmer digging in the field, the smallest of all seeds.  Through parables, Christ opens a door and it is our invitation to walk in.

I look forward to gathering together every Tuesday to examine the Scriptures and share in fellowship.  It is always a lively discussion!  I will see you on Tuesday mornings in the Parish Council Boardroom.  Please reach out to me if I can answer any questions.   



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Father Paul Costopoulos was born in and grew up in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He is one of 6 siblings. A graduate of Gettysburg College (1967) and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox

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Father Paul Costopoulos was born in and grew up in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He is one of 6 siblings. A graduate of Gettysburg College (1967) and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Theological School (1970), Father Paul has served as a priest of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America for over 41 years. He has served as Dean of our Holy Trinity-Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Birmingham, AL since September, 1996. He also served Greek Orthodox parishes in Huntsville, AL (1975-1978), Jacksonville, FL (1978-1991), and Denver, CO (1991-1996). In addition to his work as a Parish Priest, Father Paul has served and continues to serve our Church in various capacities both at the Archdiocesan and Metropolis levels. He worked 2 years at the Archdiocese in New York as Director of the Campus Commission, served for a number of years on the Archdiocesan Council and Metropolis Councils of Denver and Atlanta, for 13 years served as a member and former President of the Orthodox Christian Mission Center, and in 1987 led a mission team of 25 to Kenya to build a church. Since 1999, he has served as Vicar of the Central Conference of our Metropolis. Father Paul is married to the former Penny Clemson, also from Carlisle, Pennsylvania. They have 2 daughters (Nina and Niki) and 6 grandchildren, all of whom live in Birmingham, AL. Father loves to read, travel, workout, spend time with the family, and watch his grandkids play soccer.