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Altar Bread Ministry Annual Report 2014

Prepared by Ester Poulos

We are starting a Prosphoro baking ministry for our youth, ages 10 & up. Madeleine Segvich has volunteered to head this youth ministry. We invite our youth to participate and offer their time and talent to help make the Prosphoro for our church. In order for us to begin, we need eleven volunteers, one per month. As soon as we have the eleven we can proceed with a hands-on workshop conducted by Stea Zekios & Esther Poulos. Anyone who would like to can also attend this workshop. For further information please see Madeleine or Esther. Remember that the altar bread is needed for celebrating the Divine Liturgy. This is a gift of love to our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ and to our Community. Please consider baking this “Blessed Offering.” A special thank you to Peter Tatooles for always offering and baking more Prosphoro when needed. We will be using gluten free Prosphro on the first Sunday of the month beginning February.