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The Rev. Fr. '''Steven Peter Tsichlis''' is a [[priest]] in the [[Metropolis of San Francisco (Greek)|Metropolis of San Francisco]] in the [[Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America]].
'''Father Steven Peter Tsichlis''' is currently a priest in the Metropolis of San Francisco in the [[Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America]].
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
===Life as a Layperson===
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===Life as a layperson===
Father Steve was born in St. Louis, MO on January 11, 1953 and is the son of the late George and Thelma Tsichlis. Raised in St. Louis at the St. Nicholas parish, Father Steve graduated from the University of Missouri in 1974 with a B.A. in history and philosophy; received a certificate of studies from the University of Thessaloniki in Greek and Byzantine History in 1977; graduated from [[Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Brookline, Massachusetts)|Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology]] in Brookline, MA with a Masters of Divinity in 1978; graduated from Yale Divinity School with an S.T.M. in 1981; and pursued a doctorate in patristics with the late Father John Meyendorff at Fordham University in New York.  
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Father Steve was born in St. Louis, MO, on [[January 11]], 1953, and is the son of the late George and Thelma Tsichlis. Raised in St. Louis at the St. Nicholas parish, Father Steve graduated from the University of Missouri in 1974 with a B.A. in history and philosophy; received a certificate of studies from the University of Thessaloniki in Greek and Byzantine History in 1977; graduated from [[Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (Brookline, Massachusetts)|Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology]] in Brookline, MA, with a Masters of Divinity in 1978; graduated from Yale Divinity School with an S.T.M. in 1981; and pursued a doctorate in patristics with the late Father John Meyendorff at Fordham University in New York.  
  
Father Steve met his wife, Kathleen, in Boston while both were in graduate school. They were married on July 1st, 1979 at St. Luke’s Church in East Longmeadow, MA. They have four children.  
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Father Steve met his wife, Kathleen, in Boston while both were in graduate school. They were married on [[July 1]], 1979 at St. Luke's Church in East Longmeadow, MA. They have four children.  
  
===Life as a Clergyman===
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===Life as a clergyman===
 
Father Steve was ordained to the [[diaconate]] in 1980 by the late Bishop [[Gerasimos (Papadopoulos) of Abydos]] at the St. Nicholas Church in St. Louis and served for several years as the deacon to the late Metropolitan Silas of New Jersey. In 1983, Father Steve was ordained to the [[priest]]hood by Metropolitan Silas at the Holy Trinity Church in Waterbury, CT and was assigned by then Archbishop [[Iakovos (Coucouzis) of America|Iakovos]] to pastor the Assumption Church in Seattle, WA. In 1997, Metropolitan Anthony of the Diocese of San Francisco assigned him as pastor of the Church of St. Paul in Irvine, CA.  
 
Father Steve was ordained to the [[diaconate]] in 1980 by the late Bishop [[Gerasimos (Papadopoulos) of Abydos]] at the St. Nicholas Church in St. Louis and served for several years as the deacon to the late Metropolitan Silas of New Jersey. In 1983, Father Steve was ordained to the [[priest]]hood by Metropolitan Silas at the Holy Trinity Church in Waterbury, CT and was assigned by then Archbishop [[Iakovos (Coucouzis) of America|Iakovos]] to pastor the Assumption Church in Seattle, WA. In 1997, Metropolitan Anthony of the Diocese of San Francisco assigned him as pastor of the Church of St. Paul in Irvine, CA.  
  
In addition to his pastoral duties in Seattle, Father Steve served as the vicar of [[Metropolitan]] Anthony for the Northwest region of the diocese; president of the Diocese of San Francisco Clergy Syndesmos; a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council; president of the pan-Orthodox clergy council of the State of Washington; Orthodox ecumenical represntative to the Church Council of Greater Seattle; a member of the Seattle/St. Petersburg (Russia) sister churches program; and was instrumental in founding the St. John the Almsgiver Ministry, a pan-Orthodox program to feed the homeless in Seattle.  
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In addition to his pastoral duties in Seattle, Father Steve served as the vicar of [[Metropolitan]] [[Anthony (Gergiannakis) of San Francisco]] for the Northwest region of the diocese; president of the Diocese of San Francisco Clergy Syndesmos; a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council; president of the pan-Orthodox clergy council of the State of Washington; Orthodox ecumenical represntative to the Church Council of Greater Seattle; a member of the Seattle/St. Petersburg (Russia) sister churches program; and was instrumental in founding the St. John the Almsgiver Ministry, a pan-Orthodox program to feed the homeless in Seattle.  
  
Since arriving in southern California, Father Steve has been the vicar of Metropolitan Anthony for the southern California region of the diocese. Currently, he serves on the advisory board of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship; is a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council and edits their newsletter, The Presbyter; and is a member of the board of directors for Project Mexico and St. Innocent’s Orphanage near Tijuana, Mexico.
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Since arriving in southern California, Father Steve has been the vicar of Metropolitan Anthony for the southern California region of the diocese. Currently, he serves on the advisory board of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship; is a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council and edits their newsletter, ''The Presbyter''; and is a member of the board of directors for Project Mexico and St. Innocent's Orphanage near Tijuana, Mexico.
  
 
==Articles==
 
==Articles==
 
[[Image:christteacher.jpg|thumb|Christ the Teacher]]
 
[[Image:christteacher.jpg|thumb|Christ the Teacher]]
[http://www.goarch.org/print/en/ourfaith/article7104.asp The Jesus Prayer] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
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*[http://www.goarch.org/print/en/ourfaith/article7104.asp The Jesus Prayer] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
 
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*[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/ThePriesthood.htm} The Priesthood Belongs to Christ] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/ThePriesthood.htm} The Priesthood Belongs to Christ] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
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*[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/dogmaandexperience.htm Dogma and Experience in Christian Life] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
 
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*[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/specialneeds.htm Children with Special Needs and the Orthodox Christian Family] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/dogmaandexperience.htm Dogma and Experience in Christian Life] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
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*[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/pachomian.htm The Spiritual Father in the Pachomian Tradition] by Father P. Tsichlis
 
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[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/specialneeds.htm Children with Special Needs and the Orthodox Christian Family] by Father Steven P. Tsichlis
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[http://www.stpaulsirvine.org/html/pachomian.htm The Spiritual Father in the Pachomian Tradition] by Father P. Tsichlis
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Revision as of 05:55, December 16, 2005

Fr. Steven P. Tsichlis

The Rev. Fr. Steven Peter Tsichlis is a priest in the Metropolis of San Francisco in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

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Biography

Life as a layperson

Father Steve was born in St. Louis, MO, on January 11, 1953, and is the son of the late George and Thelma Tsichlis. Raised in St. Louis at the St. Nicholas parish, Father Steve graduated from the University of Missouri in 1974 with a B.A. in history and philosophy; received a certificate of studies from the University of Thessaloniki in Greek and Byzantine History in 1977; graduated from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, MA, with a Masters of Divinity in 1978; graduated from Yale Divinity School with an S.T.M. in 1981; and pursued a doctorate in patristics with the late Father John Meyendorff at Fordham University in New York.

Father Steve met his wife, Kathleen, in Boston while both were in graduate school. They were married on July 1, 1979 at St. Luke's Church in East Longmeadow, MA. They have four children.

Life as a clergyman

Father Steve was ordained to the diaconate in 1980 by the late Bishop Gerasimos (Papadopoulos) of Abydos at the St. Nicholas Church in St. Louis and served for several years as the deacon to the late Metropolitan Silas of New Jersey. In 1983, Father Steve was ordained to the priesthood by Metropolitan Silas at the Holy Trinity Church in Waterbury, CT and was assigned by then Archbishop Iakovos to pastor the Assumption Church in Seattle, WA. In 1997, Metropolitan Anthony of the Diocese of San Francisco assigned him as pastor of the Church of St. Paul in Irvine, CA.

In addition to his pastoral duties in Seattle, Father Steve served as the vicar of Metropolitan Anthony (Gergiannakis) of San Francisco for the Northwest region of the diocese; president of the Diocese of San Francisco Clergy Syndesmos; a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council; president of the pan-Orthodox clergy council of the State of Washington; Orthodox ecumenical represntative to the Church Council of Greater Seattle; a member of the Seattle/St. Petersburg (Russia) sister churches program; and was instrumental in founding the St. John the Almsgiver Ministry, a pan-Orthodox program to feed the homeless in Seattle.

Since arriving in southern California, Father Steve has been the vicar of Metropolitan Anthony for the southern California region of the diocese. Currently, he serves on the advisory board of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship; is a member of the Archdiocesan Presbyters Council and edits their newsletter, The Presbyter; and is a member of the board of directors for Project Mexico and St. Innocent's Orphanage near Tijuana, Mexico.

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