Fr. Spiridon Vandoros was born on September 3, 1959 in Patras, Greece.
He attended elementary and high school in Patras. He moved to Athens for his theological training at Rizarios Anothera Ieratiki Scholi for 2 years and Athena Anothera Ieratiki Scholi for 2 more years. After graduation, he continued his theological studies at the School of Theology, Thessaloniki Aristotelian University for another 4 years.
In July 1987, he married Presvitera Hariklia Stergiopoulou. In November 1987 he was ordained priest and appointed to The Annunciation of the Theotokos Orthodox Church in Quebec City. After 3 years, in January 1991, he was transferred to Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Toronto.
In August 1993, he moved to St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church in Regina, where he currently serves the communities of Regina, Swift Current, Yorkton, and all of the south Saskatchewan area.
On September 11, 2011 he was granted the rank of Protopresbyter (Protopresviterios), the hightest honour bestowed on a married priest in the Orthodox Church. Axios!