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NATICK – Father Gregory Harrigle has been assigned as Priest-In-Charge at Annunciation Orthodox Church in Natick.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Father Gregory to our church community here in Natick,” said John Fedak, Parish Council President. 

Prior to his assignment at Annunciation Orthodox Church, Father Gregory pastored for two churches in the Antiochian Archdiocese, one, in Shreveport Louisiana, and the other, in New Castle, Pennsylvania and assisted at St. George Church, West Roxbury.

Father Gregory is also employed full-time as a hospice chaplain with Salmon Hospice Agency in Milford.  He has lived in Natick for the past 12 years.

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In July, he was transferred from the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese in America to the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), with assignment to the Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese and Annunciation Church.  

“I am thrilled to work with our parishioners and the Natick community to provide the full breath of pastoral presence, ministerial capacity, and ecclesiastical work within the OCA, the Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese, and for the parishioners of Annunciation Church,” Father Gregory said.

Annunciation Orthodox Church has been serving Boston, Natick, and the surrounding area since 1919. 

Father Gregory and the Parish Council invite all members of the MetroWest community to visit and explore liturgical services and fellowship every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.

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Father Gregory Harrigle in front of the historic iconostas of Annunciation Orthodox Church in Natick.

Founded in 1919, Annunciation Orthodox Church is located at 37 Washington Street in Natick.

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