Executive Committee:

Dr. Haitham Dib, President

Maria Lianidis, Vice President

Nick Yiannos, Treasurer

George Booskos, Recording Secretary


Board Members:

Faten Dib 

Donna Efstatos

George Efstatos

Stephanie Farrell

Carol Kafkalas

Peter Liacopulos

Kimberly Malaspina

Maria Marinakis

Anthony Panetta

Tom Papademetriou

Athena Sacco


The Parish Council is a body of practicing Orthodox Christians sacramentally in good standing with the Church, elected by the members of a parish for the purpose of working together with the priest in fulfilling the goals and needs of that parish. This brief description of a local governing body also describes the fundamental structure of the Orthodox Church. That the clergy and laity together are the "People of God," seeking, to the best of their human capabilities, to fulfill the mission entrusted to them by our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ.

The Parish Council is a sacred office that requires total love, loyalty and dedication to our Holy Orthodox Church. A Parish Council member is an official representative of the Church, and as such is expected to exert every effort to exemplify its sacred character and spirit. Upon being elected to this trusted office one assumes three basic obligations which will help guide them in making the many decisions and policies that will be their responsibility in the months to follow.

These obligations are:

  • To understand, live by, and uphold the tenets, teachings, and traditions of the Greek Orthodox Church;
  • To understand and abide by the GOAA Regulations (formerly known as the UPR) as set forth by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America through the Clergy-Laity Congresses.
  • To live by and uphold your oath of office by utilizing your God-given time, talents, and treasures for the spiritual progress and advancement of your parish.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

7004 Ridge Ave.
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

Fr. George Liacopulos:
609-653-8092 x4
609-226-0528 (mobile)

Parish Administrator:
Lisa Mitoulis
609-653-8092 x5