Program for The Very Reverend Daniel Gambrilis' Golden Jubilee. The program is in a golden folder and also contains a full color photograph of Daniel Gambrilis
The Very Rev. Daniel Gambrilis, son of Loukas and Amalia, was born in the town of Distomo, Biotias Greece, on February 12, 1885. He was christened Nicholas.
After six years of Pastorship in Joliet, the Very Rev. Gambrilis was called upon in May 1927 to establish and assume the Pastorship of the Holy Church of St. Nicholas, which was completely unorganized and without parishioners. The Protestant Building of Worship was purchased by the community of “Holy Trinity” to serve its members in the southern part of Chicago. He then decided to enroll in the Detroit Institute of Theology and there completed his theological studies.
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Program, November 5, 1961, Arthur Peponis Collection, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6739. Accessed 10/27/21.