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Winter Youth Retreat 2014: Third Lake, IL @ New Gracanica Monastery | Lake Villa | Illinois | United States
Theme: ” Serving in the World as an Orthodox Christian” Age:  High School; College age as helpers
2015 Young Adults Winter Retreat: Big Bear Lake, CA @ Sacred Heart Retreat Camp   | Big Bear Lake | California | United States
Speakers: Mother Victoria (Abbess of St. Barbara Monastery, Santa Paula, CA) & Fr. David Sommer (Priest at St. Thomas Orthodox Church, Snohomish, WA) REGISTER ONLINE BY FRIDAY JAN 2 WWW.DLAWYOUNGADULTS.COM/EVENTS (LIMITED SPACE) For more information:
Young Adult Winter Retreat: Lake Tahoe,NV @ South Lake Tahoe Galilee Camp & Conference Center  | Glenbrook | Nevada | United States
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Center for Byzantine Material Arts Retreat @ Trinity House Café  | Leesburg | Virginia | United States
Theme: “The Orthodox Path to Contemplation” Speakers: Metropolitan Jonah & Frederica Matthews-Green For more information:
Metropolis Presvyteres Retreat:Dunlop, CA @ St. Nicholas Ranch & Retreat Center  | Dunlap | California | United States
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2015 DOWAMA Clergy Brotherhood Retreat: KS @ Spiritual Life Center  | Bel Aire | Kansas | United States
Speakers: Sam Noble, Matthew Namee & Fr. Christopher Morris DOWAMA’S 43rd Annual Clergy Brotherhood Retreat will be held at the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita, Kansas during the Afterfeast of the Meeting of the Lord in the Temple, Tuesday-Friday, February 3rd-6th, 2015. Since February 27th, 2015 will mark the centenary of the repose of the patron saint of our Clergy Brotherhood St. Raphael of Brooklyn, DOWAMA will inaugurate the centennial year at the Clergy Brotherhood Retreat, which will focus on St. Raphael’s life, ministry and legacy. The featured guest speaker will be Samuel Noble, well known for his blog “Notes on Arab Orthodoxy” and the newly published book he co-authored with Alexander Treiger The Orthodox Church in the Arab World 700-1700: An Anthology of Sources. Mr Noble, who has done extensive research on St. Raphael and translated all of the saint’s handwritten homilies from Arabic into English, received his B.A.[...]
Feb 6 @ 5:00 pm – Feb 8 @ 12:30 pm
Retreat at St. John of San Francisco Monastery @ Monastery of St. John | Manton | California | United States
The Church in her wisdom has assigned each of the seasons of the year a period of fasting and re-orienting the soul to the “one thing needful” and of the Fasts the richest is undoubtedly that of Great Lent – the period before the feast of Pascha. Presenter: Fr. James Jorgenson, “The Emergence of the Liturgical Cycle and the Development of Lent and Holy Week” Join us as Fr. James guides us in looking more closely at the beauty and depth of the mind of the Church in the her services during this period known as the “springtime of the soul”.  This is an open retreat. To register or for more information, please check the monstery webpage. More information:
Speaker: Presbytera, Dr. Jeannie Constantinou For more information:
Theme: “How Do I Know the Voice of God?” For more information:
Feb 20 – Feb 21 all-day
Speaker: Fr. Josiah Trenham (St. Andrew Orthodox Church, Riverside, CA) For more information:
 College Retreat at Antiochian Village  @ Antiochian Village Conference & Retreat Center | Bolivar | Pennsylvania | United States
Want to get away from the grind of midterms, exams, and studying?  Want to meet other Orthodox College Students?  Want to refocus your spiritual life?  Well you’re in luck!  This year we will host our first ever CRAVE!  College Retreat at Antiochian Village is a weekend retreat for all college and university students.  Fr. Anthony Yazge, Marek Simon, and Chris Shadid will talk about “Standing at the Foot of the Cross”, a Lenten retreat focused on following Christ.  So if you want a little break from your classes, come join us for a weekend full of fellowship, worship, and learning!  Register Now! For more information: