On Sunday 24th May, as part of the 60th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the Greek Orthodox Christian Society, the young men and women of the Greek Orthodox Christian Society, Orthodox Ladies Groups and Youth Fellowships (Ομάδες), staged a theatrical production at Marrickville Town Hall titled “From the Fall (of Constantinople) till the Revolution”. In attendance were His Grace Bishop Seraphim (representing His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos), His Excellency the Consul General of Greece Dr Stavros Kyrimis, numerous Clergy of our Archdiocese, as well as hundreds of people who filled the Hall to capacity. The production captured the enormous struggles of the Greek people to maintain their Faith and Identity under the dark years of Ottoman rule. The climax was the events surrounding the Siege of Messolonghi: with few dry eyes remaining in the Hall! At the end of the production, His Grace warmly thanked all the participants, and congratulated the work of the Society over the past 60 years. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all those who worked tirelessly on this moving production, which made us all immensely proud of our Greek Orthodox heritage.