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The Assumption (KOIMISIS) of the Theotokos  Greek Orthodox Church  21800 Marter Road  St. Clair Shores, Michigan 48080  Phone: 586-779-6111					Fax: 586-779-8369

Last Updated on : 04 May 2019

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A.H.E.P.A. Chapter:

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association is by far the largest Greek- American organization. The mission of the AHEPA Family is to promote Hellenism, education, philanthropy, civic responsibility and family and individual excellence. Our area chapter is Omega Chapter #371. The chapter continues to champion the cause of domestic and international assistance to all in need through funding and educational assistance. Their most significant contribution to our senior community and its legacy is the Senior Housing residence buildings in Harrison Township, Michigan.

A.P.A., Assumption Parishioners Association: This organization works to support the efforts of our church as well as promote fellowship among its members.  The organization began in the 1960’s as a Sunday School PTA to sponsor programs for their children. They currently support and assist in all programs of the church – religious, educational, cultural, social and athletic endeavors.

Daughters of Penelope Chapter:

This woman’s group of the AHEPA Family has the following objectives: to promote social, ethical, and intellectual interests of its members; and, to perpetuate the study of American ideals and to encourage Hellenic studies. The Daughters of Penelope encourage its members to participate in civic, educational, charitable and social projects.

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