Category Archives: Economic

A very real Contextual issue that has far reaching implications. Posts in this category will look at those realities.

Light at the end of the tunnel

Ss Nicholas, Constantine and Helen is in the process of creating a Landmark Witness  for the Faith in the Metropolis of  New Jersey.  Two parishes have merged into one and are in the process of building a new 40,000+ sq ft home for the faithful Greek Orthodox community on a beautiful 11 AC site in […]

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A Good Time To Build

As we have seen over the past year, construction costs are down or holding steady across the country.  Many parishes that are building right now are realizing real savings versus similar projects a couple of years ago.   When  prices will rise or fall is anyone’s guess but we know now there are lesser building related […]

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Landmark In State Capital

Update: The construction of the new Holy Trinity is moving along with the Prairie Stone now going up.  The solidity & permanence of the stone exterior will remind us all of the lasting nature of the Orthodox Faith.  When the metal roofing is applied to the dome, it will be as a beacon to the people of […]

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Openings And Beginnings

The parish of St Luke Orthodox Church in Erie Colorado is a testament to faithfulness and determination. With around 75 families, this energetic Parish has wisely taken advantage of opportunities, such as the slow economy to do more with less, building their new home and advancing their ministries to the community.

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