St. George Orthodox-Antiochian St. Andrew Kim Korean

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

February 6th, 2008

2187 West 14th Street.  The congregation was organized in 1910 as the Pan Hellenic Society with services held downtown in a hall on the corner of Bolivar and Ontario Streets.  In 1918 the Society became known as the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation.  The current church’s construction also began in 1918.  Until 1937 this was Cleveland’s only church for Greeks.

Courtesy of “A Guide to Cleveland’s Sacred Landmarks” by Armstrong, Klein, Armstrong and

“Tremont’s Churches” by Victoria George and Drew Rolik, HABITAT magazine, February 9 / February 13, 1990

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  • 1. corporate video production  |  March 16th, 2017 at 10:48 pm

    We drop certain things amid Lent; meat, angle (permitted on March 25 for the Annunciation, dairy items cheddar, drain, and so on, regardless of whether from sheep.

  • 2. Elroy  |  March 22nd, 2017 at 10:24 am

    This was very informative, specially because I have been learning about Greeks recently.Used the ultius discount to learn about this work as well and thought it would be of use. Really you have gathered quite some info about it all!

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