Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram When Neos Kosmos called for photos of amazing Epitaphs from around Australia, we got more than what we bargained for. Thanks to all our readers who sent us photos from Holy week. Here’s a selection of some of these.Amazing Epitaphs Happy little myrh bearers and the altar boy Lefteri at Agia Triada Church, Footscray. Photo: Antonio VanikiotisLisa Ladies sent us the beautifully-decorated Epitaph from St George, ShepartonWe received Easter messages from as far as Florina, with Yiannis Papadimitriou sending us a photo of the beautiful Epitaph of Ammochori, Florina. northwestern Macedonia. Red Hill, by Elias Eracleous.St. Nektario’s Church, Montreal, Canada, sent to us by Billy Markoglou.Happy little myrh bearers and the altar boy Lefteri at Agia Triada Church, Footscray. Photo: Antonio VanikiotisSt Anna’s Greek Community on the Gold CoastLarge crowds attended Holy Week services at St Anna’s Greek Community on the Gold Coast. Events culminated with the Easter Service conducted by Father Roman on Sunday, 28 April 2019.The service was followed by a traditional Easter luncheon at the Hellenic Function centre. Over 270 parishioners attended the event. Special guests on the day were Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate and his wife, Mrs Ruth Tate. Over the years the mayor and his wife have been strong supporters of our Greek Community on the Gold Coast.Industry and Technology Minister Karen Andrews also attended the service.The Main Committee and the Ladies Auxiliary and numerous volunteers spent days preparing for the Easter luncheon with traditional cuisine that included lamb on the spit.George & Nick “Opa” were responsible for the entertainment.Greek Australian school kids playing ‘tsougrisma’ with the red eggs1 Sunday serviceCommittee members and volunteers preparing the lambs.Mayor Tate reading the bible in EnglishThere was plenty of dancingGreek School children presenting flowers to Mayoress Ruth TateGreek Australian school kids playing ‘tsougrisma’ with the red eggs Springvale ChurchFrom the service at Springvale church, blessing the relics of St Athanasios on 1 May. Photos by Kostas Alaveras.
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