Stewardship literally means "the job of supervising or taking care of something". When it comes to our church, we believe that we "give" stewardship, but in all actuality, we should "take" stewardship of the Annunciation. We need to watch over it. We need to take care of it. We need to nurture it. The church needs us as much as we need it. Our job as parishioners and as stewards is to "take care" of our church, like it has taken care of us.

Parish Council
“Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve…”
– Matthew 20:28

1st Vice President
2nd Vice President

Dr. Nicholas Rotas
Michael Dariotis
Nick Avdis
Demetri Romas
Chris S. Georgoulias
Miltos Apostolidis
George Dariotis
Dr. Stella Dariotis
Bill Evrigenis
Nikolas Pikios
Maria Sampanis
Jerry Wright

The Parish Council is the administrative body of a Church community elected by its stewards for the purpose of working together with the Parish Priest or Proistamenos in fulfilling the mission and goals of that particular community. Both clergy and laity are the “People of God,” who seek by the grace of the Holy Spirit to fulfill the mission entrusted to them to live and proclaim the Holy Gospel and the Holy Tradition of the Orthodox Church.


Historically, clergy and laity have worked together in dealing with matters of the Church’s life. The Parish Council is an example of the synergy of clergy and laity; it is a vehicle for implementing the ongoing mission of the Church and planning the necessary strategies, policies, procedures, and activities that will enable the Parish to move forward in accomplishing God’s work.


Parish Council meetings are held on the third Monday of every month.