St. Stefanos

Greek Orthodox Church

St. Petersburg, FL

Reverend Fr. Soterios Rousakis


St Stefanos Greek Orthodox Church

Reverend Deacon John Pantelis

Pastoral Assistant

St Stefanos Greek Orthodox Church

Divine Liturgy

The Divine Liturgy Sunday Mornings at 10:00 AM

Visitors are always welcome.


Remember to fill out your Stewardship Form and submit it to the church office.

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Looking Into February

February 2nd, Friday
9:00am - Orthros and Divine Liturgy
Presentation of the Lord to the Temple

February 4th, Sunday
8:45am Orthros and Divine Liturgy
Sunday of the Prodigal Son

February 10th, Saturday
9:00pm - Divine Liturgy
1st Saturday of Souls/St. Haralambos

February 11th, Sunday
7:45am - Orthros and Divine Liturgy
Meatfare (Judgement) Sunday

February 17th, Saturday
9:00am Divine Liturgy
2nd Saturday of Souls

Looking Into February

February 18th, Metropolitan Alexios Presiding
8:45am - Orthros and Hierarchal Liturgy
Cheesefare (Forgiveness) Sunday

February 19th, Monday - Lent Begins
6:00pm Great Compline
Clean Monday

February 24th, Saturday
9:00am Divine Liturgy
3rd Saturday of Souls

February 25th, Sunday - Godparent Sunday
8:45am - Orthros and Divine Liturgy
Sunday of Orthodoxy

February Usher Duty

Sunday, February 4th - Team 2
Kathy Kokkinakos, Pat Janas, Alexander Janas, Panagoula and Vicki Skoularakos, Lia Frantsvog

Sunday, February 11th - Team 3
Litsa Halverson, Stephanie Kanellopoulos, Kali Weaver and Visha Anevich

Sunday, February 18th - Team 4
Dora Komninos, Alexis and Rena Gonos, Vicky and George Vantsouris

Sunday, February 25th - Team 5
George, Leah and Evangelia An- tonaklas, Marianna Mullins, Rita and Dominique Hurst

Please be on time for your Usher Duty. If you are unable to attend, please find someone

Our Mission

The Metropolis of Atlanta’s mission is to energize, cultivate and guide the faithful in the Southeastern United States by proclaiming the Faith and Gospel of Christ, and teaching and spreading the Orthodox Christian Faith.

Saint Stefanos Greek Orthodox Church is dedicated to the continuation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s ministry of salvation through the proclamation and teaching of the Gospel; through the grace of God; faith; Baptism and through loving service to God and to mankind.

O Stephen, a crown of royalty was laid on your head for contests you courageously endured for Christ our God, as first among Martyred saints. You stood in accusation of the raging Judeans; and you saw your Savior at the right hand of the Father. We pray that you will ever entreat Him to save our souls.