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Altar Bread Group Leader

Ester Poulos is the current Altar Bread Group Leader.

Name: Ester Poulos
Job: Altar Bread Group Leader

The Eastern Orthodox Church continues the practice of using leavened bread for the Eucharist which symbolizes the Resurrected Christ. The sacramental bread also know as prosphoron is made out of four ingredients: flour, water, yeast and salt. The prosphora will be baked and offered by the faithful who consider it an honor and a gift of our love for our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ.

Job Description

Is responsible for the weekly preparation of altar bread for services as directed by the priest.

Current News and Events

Altar Bread Annual Report January 2017
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2016
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2015
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2014
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2013
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2012
Altar Bread Annual Report January 2011
Baking Procedure
Prosforo Bakers List