Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in located in sunny Ft. Myers, Florida. On behalf of the faithful, we are extremely blessed that you are visiting our website.
The Church is you, your family and friends. The Church is each of us. We are joined together in a common spiritual and religious bond. The bond is Jesus Christ and the Church is the Body of Christ! Our Church is the body of believing Orthodox Christians throughout the world. It is the local assembly of believing Orthodox Christians.The Church of the Annunciation has over 225 stewardship families and swells with guests from U.S. and Canada in the winter months. We are multi-ethnic in make up. More people throughout the world are becoming aware of our precious Orthodox Christian Faith. As the unchanging truth of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church is learned, there is stability. We invite you to learn more about our Church and our Parish Family by joining us for worship and fellowship in sunny Southwest Florida.
We have many ministries from Religious Education for all ages, Ladies Philoptochos, G.O.Y.A, HOPE/JOY, Dance Troupes, Choir, Altar Servers - lots to share for all ages. In 2015, we have invested in the Education of our members with our new Grace Conidaris Education Building. Our Welcome Committee is ready to greet our new visitors and winter guests. We look forward to making your worship with us be the best yet.
Sundays: Orthros (Matins): 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy: 10:00 am
For more information about our services you may contact
the church office at (239) 481-2099 weekdays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
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Fr. Dean, Heidi Kubiak, Nick Karras and Susan Kourpouanidis presented Golisano's Children's Hospital with a $5,000 donation from our GREEK FEST 2017.
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