Saint Peter and Paul and Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) have joined forces to feed a family of four for an entire year.
It is unfortunate we had to cancel our 60th Anniversary Philanthropy Event at FMSC (on March 21).read more
Help support our parish restaurants by ordering from one of these options. Thank you! If you know of any other parish restaurants, please email Sandra at...read more
Hello again everyone! Fr. Rick here!
It’s Holy Thursday April 16th and Holy Week 2020 is moving right along. I hope everyone is praying with us and for us through the livestreaming of the worship services.
Today I’m going to speak to you about tonight’s Holy Passion service, tomorrow Holy Friday and Saturday morning’s services.
It’s been about three weeks since we spoke last and sadly we are still in the midst of Coronavirus restrictions. I pray that our vigilance will help protect as many people as possible from infection and will allow us to return to a more normal life in the near future.read more
I know many of our faithful miss coming to church for worship, especially during Lent and upcoming Holy Week.
We will especially miss receiving the sacred palms, unction, flowers, candle light, eggs and of course the Eucharist during this time.read more
Last week, the OCC hosted two 'Virtual' small group meetings. Typically, our small group meetings are hosted by one of our parish families while we discuss the topic of the day related to marriage, family and the Church. We also enjoy some fellowship, and time getting...read more
The SS. Peter & Paul Ladies Philoptochos Society is pleased to announce the availability of a scholarship to be awarded to a recipient in good standing (stewards or children of stewards) of Saints Peter & Paul Greek Orthodox Glenview Parish, who is planning on attending Fanari Camp; Ioanian Village, Hellenic College or any other Orthodox Christian religious educational institution.read more
Please read this statement released today, from the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago: As cases of COVID-19 continue to escalate across the nation, the primary aim of the Metropolis of Chicago has been and will continue to be to protect our laypeople, clergy and...read more
The world has changed unimaginably since the beginning of Great Lent. As we continue to adjust our lives to the rapidly changing times, my daily prayers continue to be with you, the faithful of our Holy Metropolis.read more