After having attended the GOC regularly (and still do), and become involved in activities, ministries, this is my opinion at this point
The GOC Parish I attend has been welcoming, the Priest (s) is very warm and welcoming, and I think would feel discouraged if
inquirers stayed away because they weren't Greek. BUT....with all that said....
I have felt the difference though, that I am not Greek, and everyone else is. But, I think that comes from within, too, and
it's something I can work on.
As far as converts, 'haven't met any yet. If there are converts, I'm guessing it's marriage-related.
I think situations like this, can be a place of growth in ways you didn't expect, too. Then again, if you find yourself thinking about
it more than Orthodoxy, it might be better to go somewhere else and see if it all goes into the background where it should be.
It's helpful to have converts in your parish, that's for sure. Someone needs to be the first, though!