Feast Day of Theophany or Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The feast of Theophany (also called Epiphany) is the second greatest feast (after Pascha) in the Christian Calendar, celebrated on January 6 (19). Theophany is even more important than Nativity. In fact, Theophany is the fulfillment of the Nativity. At Christ’s birth, his revelation as the God-man begins.

Fr. George Tsahakis

Fr. George Tsahakis serves as Chancellor of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis (Diocese) of Atlanta and Pastor at St. Christopher Hellenic Orthodox Church in Peachtree City, Georgia. He has earned degrees from The College of William and Mary (B.S.), Duke University (M.H.A.), and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology (M.Div.). After serving as a hospital administrator, he was ordained a Deacon and then a Priest. He and his wife, Marinda, have been married for 38 years and they have three adult children: John (married to Angie), Andrew, and Katie (married to Steven), and three grandchildren, Evie, Nicholas, and George.