Church hosts In­ter­na­tional Food Fes­ti­val

Souderton Independent - - OPINION -

St. Philip’s An­tochian Ortho­dox Church served up some tasty fare from around the world dur­ing its In­ter­na­tional Food Fes­ti­val Sept. 21 and 22. The church, lo­cated at 1970 Clearview Road, Soud­er­ton, in­vited the community to try Greek, Le­banese, Rus­sian, Ital­ian, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Ge­or­gian and Amer­i­can food, along with tour­ing the church to see its re­cently ren­o­vated in­te­rior.

Fa­ther Noah Bushelli speaks with vis­i­tors tour­ing the church dur­ing St. Philip’s In­ter­na­tional Food Fes­ti­val.

Soud­er­ton In­de­pen­dent pho­tos — SU­SAN KEEN

Michael Ibrahim, left, and Joanne Wisz­neski grill kabobs dur­ing St. Philip’s In­ter­na­tional Food Fes­ti­val Sept. 22 at St. Philip’s An­ti­ochian Ortho­dox Church in Soud­er­ton.

Ni­cholas Scebes cuts off pieces of gyro, a Greek dish.

Peter Pso­mi­adis bar­be­cues racks of ribs dur­ing the food fes­ti­val at St. Philip’s An­ti­ochian Ortho­dox Church.

Vic­to­ria Pso­mi­adis pours honey on louk­oumades, a greek pas­try, dur­ing the food fes­ti­val.

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