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Volunteers are always needed for many different activities and events.

  • Participate in our many ministries

  • Volunteer in Taste of Greece events

  • Shop Amazon Smile

  • Bake Prosfora

  • Community outreach through social media

We are always looking for new faces and new ideas. Please talk to a member of the Parish Council if you have suggestions to help our church grow and prosper.

Exodus 36
"2 Then Moses called Bezalel and Aholiab, and every gifted artisan in whose heart the Lord put wisdom, everyone whose heart willed freely to come and do the work. 3 They received from Moses all the offerings the children of Israel brought for all the works for making the holy place, and they continued bringing him freewill offerings every morning. 4 Then all the wise men who were doing all the work of the holy place came, each according to the work he was doing, 5 and they spoke to Moses, saying, “The people bring much more than enough for the work the Lord commanded commanded us to do.” 6 So Moses gave a commandment and proclaimed it throughout the camp, saying, “Let neither man nor woman do any more work for the offering of the holy place.” Thus the people were restrained from bringing more, 7 for the material was sufficient for all the work to be done—indeed, too much."

Tabernacle of Testimony, Mt. Athos

Notes on Verses 2,3 and 6,7


Great things were accomplished when the children of Israel freely submitted their will to the will of God. Two wills worked in synergy to build the tabernacle—the human will of the people freely willing the same thing as the divine will. Great things are also accomplished in the Church when both wills work in synergy (Php 2:13). 

When the will of the people works freely in synergy with the will of God, the offerings exceed the needs. God loves this kind of giving (2Co 9:7).


-Orthodox Study Bible

Stewardship is the foundation of our Parish and that which makes up our membership. Becoming a Steward means you are offering your time, talent and treasure in proportion to the many gifts God has bestowed on you. Our Parish welcomes you and invites you to join our community and one of our many Ministries. For more Stewardship information, please email Ron Baldinger, the Stewardship Chair, at

For the first time ever in Loudoun County, VA, we’re building a church that’s part of the first faith of Christianity, dating back to the Holy Apostles of 2,000 years ago.  Located in the most affluent county in the nation, this 7.5-acre parcel will ultimately house the permanent Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church campus that will serve as the epicenter of Greek culture and religion for Loudoun County.  It also gives us sufficient land to expand our footprint in one of the fastest growing counties in the country. Give today towards our Capital Campaign.