Saint Vasilios Clergy
Reverend Christopher Foustoukos, Presiding Priest
Father Chris was born in Boston and was raised in Salem, MA. He attended high school at St. John’s Prep in Danvers, MA. Furthermore, Father is a 1988 graduate of the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, MA. Father Chris was ordained a deacon by Metropolitan Methodios on June 10, 1989 and to the Holy Priesthood on February 18, 1990. Read More »
Reverend Ioannis Michaelidis, Assistant Pastor
Fr. Yanni was born in Katerini Greece, and raised in the small town of Leptokaria by the foothills of mount Olympus, where he attended school until the end of third grade. He and his family moved to Roslindale the summer before starting his fourth grade school year. Growing up in Roslindale as a member of St. Nectarios Church. He was an active member of the parish youth groups and participated in many of the Metropolis-wide ministries. Following his senior year of high school Fr. Yanni joined the MBC Staff and served the camp for over ten years, he met his future wife Marina at one of the youth retreats.
While attending Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology he continued his involvement with the Metropolis Athletic and Camping ministries. He served at various Archdiocesan camps and youth programs fine tuning his skills, talents and strategic planning for youth ministry.Read More
Reverend Andrew Demotses, Pastor Emeritus
Fr. Andrew Demotses was born in Connecticut, the eldest son of Odysseus and Helen (Savas) Demotses. Raised in the small town of Stratford, he attended public schools there and graduated high school in 1959. He then matriculated at Holy Cross School of Theology, the national seminary of the Greek Orthodox Church. After completing the 6-year course of study, he graduated in 1965 as valedictorian of his class, with a degree in classical studies and theology. He returned to Connecticut to pursue graduate studies at Yale University, and received the degree of Master of Sacred Theology, Cum Laude. Read More »