Frequently Asked Questions

When is this year’s Greek Festival?

This year’s Greek Festival is being held on Friday, August 19th (5-9pm), Saturday, August 20th (11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) and Sunday, August 21st. (12:00 to 6:00 p.m.).

Do I need to wear a face covering at the Greek Festival?

We follow all health guidelines that are required by Alameda County. At this time, face coverings are not required. Of course, you are welcome to wear one if you prefer.

Will there be any indoor or outdoor seating available?

We will have seating available inside the large dining hall as well as outside seating under the big tent with the band.

Will there be any dancing, church tours or entertainment?

Yes, we will have a Greek DJ on Friday evening as well as a Live Band on Saturday and Sunday. There will be dancing, greek dance lessons, as well as church tours.

Where can I park?

There will be limited parking in the church lot at 20104 Center Street for Disabled parking only. This is first come first served so we are unable to guarantee a parking spot. Disabled placards are required. All other parking is available on the streets surrounding the church. Please be considerate and do NOT block our neighbors driveways. We encourage carpooling!

Are there any accommodations for the disabled?

Reasonable accommodations will be made for people with disabilities. Please see our section under ADA accommodations.

Do you have Gift Cards available for purchase?

Yes! You can gift your neighbor, friend or family member a meal by purchasing a gift card online here.

My child needs to earn community service hours. Can we volunteer to help at the festival?

We love meeting people from the community and we welcome the extra help! To volunteer, email and a festival committee member will contact you directly

Can I make a donation to the festival?

Donations to the Greek Festival are always appreciated and are used toward our various ministry programs. Donate online at:

Interested in finding out more about Orthodoxy and our Church?

We are always glad to welcome new people into our parish family! Please visit our website at and click on the New Visitors tab on the top navigation menu to learn more.Whether you have just moved to the area, are exploring Orthodox Christianity for the first time, or are returning home, we want to get to know you better – you belong here!

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