Chicken Barbeque Dinner

Saint Michael's Orthodox Church is hosting a Chicken Barbeque event, everyone is welcome to join us!

  • When: Saturday June 22nd 2024
  • What time: 12-3pm
  • Where: St. Michael's Orthodox Church Hall (right next to our church). 512 Winter St., Old Forge, PA 18518
  • Cost: Tickets are $13 per person and include half a BBQ chicken, pasta salad, baked beans, bread roll, and a cupcake for desert.
  • 50/50 Raffle will be available at the door!

The food will be provided to-go in containers, but we will have a few tables set up inside the hall along with some drinks if anyone wishes to stay and eat with us.


Call either Tammy at (570) 562-0724

Or Sandy at (570) 562-3887

Or you may pay through paypal using the link below:


Upcoming Calendar
  • Sat

    5:00PM Great Vespers
  • Sun

    9:10 The Hours
    9:30 Divine Liturgy.
  • Wed

    11:00AM-1:00pm Silent Pray

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