Welcome to St. George Greek Orthodox Church, DeKalb, Illinois




320 South Second St.

DeKalb, IL 60115

Church Phone number (815) 758-5731

Father Nick's Contact info - Cell (708) 280-8230 - barjonah1958@gmail.com


Our parking lot is on the corner of 2nd St. and Franklin St. 

Our Sunday Schedule

Orthros, 8:30 am

Divine Liturgy (our main service), 9:50 am


Come and join us; we can't wait to meet you! 


St. George Greek Orthodox Church - DeKalb, IL




Christ is in our midst!


September 2023


***Please remember your September Stewardship Commitment***


+++“Talanto” and “Voice” sponsor this month:  Kalli Dreliozis+++


1 - 1st Day of the New Ecclesiastical (Church) Year - ῏Ἀρχὴ τῆς Ἰνδίκτου, ἤτοι τοῦ νέου Ἔτους  (Blessing of the Water - Αγιασμός for the new year will be on Sunday 9/3)


3 - 13th Sunday of St. Matthew - Κυριακὴ ΙΓʹ Μαθαίου- 8:30am Orthros/Divine Liturgy/Blessing of the Water (Αγιασμός) for the New Ecclesiastical (Church) Year

Reader:  Tom Scheele

Greeters: Kalli Dreliozis & Betty Deligiannis

Fellowship Sponsor (In need)


4 - Labor Day - Praise God for the ability He gave us to be productive!


“Wait not for ‘death’….but rather, as the Elder Symeon, wait for Christ…to MEET Christ…                   to EMBRACE Christ!”


(6-8 - Fr. Nick will be away for a funeral in New Orleans, LA)


10 - Sunday Before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross - Κυριακή πρό τῆς Ὑψώσεως                                                 8:30am Orthros/Divine Liturgy

Reader:  Helen Jonas

Greeters:  Betty Deligiannis & Kalli Dreliozis

Sunday Church School Commences with Blessing of the Water(Αγιασμός)                                                                                                          Fellowship:  Sunday Church School Parents

       1st Philoptochos Meeting of the year (during Fellowship)


11 - Remembrance of “911”

6pm - Parish Council Meeting


13 - Great Vespers at Holy Cross Church/Justice, IL


14 - Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross - Ὑψώσεως τοῦ Τιμίου Σταυροῦ - 8:30am - Orthros/Divine Liturgy/Procession of the Holy Cross

Strict Fast Day


17 - Sunday After the Exaltation of the Holy Cross - Κυριακὴ μετὰ τῆς Ὑψώσεως

8:30am Orthros/Divine Liturgy/Sunday Church School

Reader:  Andrianna Jonas

Greeters:  Kalli Dreliozis & Andrianna Jonas

Fellowship Sponsor (In need)


   “I will endure ALL trials which are permitted by God for my benefit and for my salvation!!!”


23 - 11am - Adult Bible/Catechism Class starts and continues every Saturday.                                 



24 - 1st Sunday of St. Luke - Α᾽ Λουκά - 8:30am Orthros/Divine Liturgy/Sunday Church School

Reader:  Amy Curtis

Greeters:  Betty Deligiannis & David Schneider

Fellowship Sponsors: The Curtis Family



The 2023 DeKalb (Sondra King Memorial) CROP Hunger Walk will step-off on Sunday, September 24 at 2 pm. at the Sycamore Forest Preserve on Route 64 (East State Street).  This new route is fully accessible so anyone with mobility issues (or families with strollers) will be able to easily participate. We hope that you, your church or organization will have a team.

CROP Walks have been held in DeKalb County on an annual basis for over 50 years to raise funds to fight hunger both worldwide and in our local community.  As always, 25% of the funds raised will go to local agencies or food pantries.

To register with our St. George Team go to: www.crophungerwalk.org/dekalbil


29 - 6pm - Family Trivia Night and Dinner in our Fellowship Hall                                         (details forthcoming in Sunday Bulletin)

23 - 11am - Adult Bible/C

30 - 11am - Adult Bible/Catechism Class                            



“O Lord Jesus Christ our God, Thou Who hast shown us by example how and when to speak, Thou hast shown us by example how and when we should be silent. Help us, by Thy Holy Spirit, that we not sin with the tongue.  To Thee be glory and praise forever. Amen.”



Fr. Nick


Check out our Facebook page @StGeorgeDekalb

Sacraments, Confession, and Memorials: Please see Father to schedule.


Be Our Guest

We believe that we exist to receive and share unconditional love, mercy, healing and peace, so that life has greater meaning and purpose.

Our Mission: "Called by Christ to share God's saving love in all that we do, the parish of St. George serves families, students, and those in need across DeKalb County with our prayer, study, and hospitality, for the Glory of God and His Church."

We'd love to welcome you to our community so be sure to come and visit.


And, be sure to visit our calendar for upcoming services and events and our facebook page for extra photos and news. 

College Students

If you're attending college at NIU or in the DeKalb area, please send Father Nick a note.  We are working to re-establish the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OFC, a pan-Orthodox college ministry) and we'd love to have you as a part of our family.


Christian Stewardship

What is Christian Stewardship? 

Christian Stewardship is…

…learning how to be a responsible and concerned caretaker of Christ’s Church; it is learning how to enjoy Church life and be happy in Church work., for in Her dwells the fullness of the Spirit of God.

…our active commitment to use all our time, talent and treasure for the benefit of humankind in grateful acknowledgment of Christ’s redeeming love.

…caring for the needs of others.

…offering one’s self to God as He offered Himself to us.

…what a person does after saying “I believe…”, as proof of that belief.

…devotion and service to God and His Church as persons, as families, as diocese/metropolis, as national Church and as Church universal.

Click here to download and print our 2023 Commitment Card. You may mail them to: St. George Church, 320 S. 2nd St., DeKalb, IL 60115. 

If you'd like to give online, or setup a reccurring donation for stewardship, click below.