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Theme: “In the Eyes of Your Creator: Truly Valuing Yourself and Others”.
Many of the ills of our society can be traced to the sense of worthlessness that afflicts so many people today. If we only understood in the depths of our being how valuable we are in the eyes of our Creator, we could learn to obey Christ’s commandment to love our neighbor as ourselves. Priest and counselor David Fontes marries the best insights of psychology with those of the spiritual tradition of the Orthodox Church to point the way toward this understanding
Speaker: Fr. David L. Fontes (Priest at Elevation of Holy Cross Orthodox Church in Sacramento, CA)
For more information: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/77e3a74917a6de51c5657fbba/files/flyer.pdf
Theme: “The Sacred Arts of Eastern Orthodoxy: Icon, Music, Rhetoric, Architecture and Artifacts”
Registration: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
On Friday, December 4th, 2015, the Eighth Annual Conference of the Sophia Institute will be held in New York City. The conference will focus on the various ways the Eastern Orthodox Church, and broader Orthodox cultures, over past centuries, and in recent times, have approached the varied media of the arts to put across its evangelical message and articulate its own ecclesial culture.
This is a wonderful opportunity to serve and love our most needy neighbors in Houston, TX! for 13 years old- College Students.
We will meet at 5pm on Friday and stay Friday and Saturday nights at St. George Church. The service learning weekend will come to a close following Liturgy on Sunday.
Conductors: Dr. Tikey Zes & Laura Kakis
For more information: http://www.groca.org/wp-content/uploads/15-11-12_FINAL_lr.pdf
Theme: “I will walk among you”
Speaker: Fr. Tryphon (Abbot of the Brotherhood of the All-Merciful Savior in Vashon Island, WA)
For more information: http://stbarnabasevents.org/
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIBLE & HISTORY TOURNAMENT for Junior High or High School, GRADES 6 THROUGH 12. Please VISIT WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO
ZOE for Life! is a pan-Orthodox Christian charity with three major goals: to help women who need confidential emotional and spiritual support during crisis pregnancies; to assist Orthodox Christians seeking to adopt children; and to provide an education for pure living and other resources.
The organization needs a variety of volunteers, including medical personnel, teachers and counselors, administrative and support personnel, and experts in the fields of fundraising, information technology and social media.
The Dec. 5 program will consist of a series of training sessions on topics related to the organization’s mission. Registration for the program will begin at 9:30 a.m., training at 10. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Advance registration is requested. For further information about ZOE for Life!, visit http://www.zoeforlifeonline.org/.
Additional CONTACTS: Paula Kappos, ZOE for Life! (440) 893-9990, (440) 724-1900 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the 26th Diocesan Christmas Concert sung by the combined choirs and chanters of Worcester and New England. Vespers will preceed the concert.
For more information: https://files.ctctcdn.com/a06a86bc201/d881f31e-fd22-4f13-8225-525688cab18a.pdf
The Metropolitan Wind Symphony presents the Holiday Pops and Christmas Sing Along
This event is also being promoted by the Symphony and was a sell out last year so don’t delay – purchase your tickets online using the form on the right or click here for mailing instructions and an order form.
For more information:http://www.stjohnd.org/pops/
An Orthodox Advent Concert presented by the choir of St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral Featuring a selection of Orthodox liturgical hymns and traditional carols for the feast of our Lord’s Nativity — Christmas.
For more information: www.stmarysoca.org
For more information: http://stnicholasranch.org/events/
Fill your heart with holiday spirit at this concert of sacred and secular holiday favorites, performed with the Master Chorale of South Florida. After the concert, we’ll treat you to a cup of cocoa and Christmas cookies. All you’ll be missing is snow! Click here to purchase tickets online
For more information: http://www.girlchoir.org/events/cocoa-and-carols-boca-raton/
For more information: http://www.chicagosynergy.org/
THE GREATER CLEVELAND COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX CLERGY presents the 23rd Annual Pan-Orthodox Nativity Concert. YOUR FREE WILL DONATION WILL SUPPORT OUR CHARITABLE WORK
For more information: http://www.smroc.org/buletin/buletin.pdf or http://orthodoxcleveland.us/files/Nativity-Concert-Flyer.pdf
THERE WERE ANGELS * – Choral works inspired by angels. Joyous News announced by Angelic Hosts in the music of Handel, Arvo Part, Ivan Moody, the Byzantine Cherubic Hymn, and NY Premiere of Hovahaness’ cantata, Glory to God.
Tickets can be purchased online at brownpapertickets.com
For more informaiton: http://www.metgreekchorale.org/concerts.htm
“The Age of Titans: The Rise and Fall of the Great Hellenistic Navies”. This lectures is given as part of the The Anita Krause Bader Lecture at the Missouri History Museum by Professor William M. Murray from the University of South Florida, Tampa.
The phrase “The Age of Titans,” originally coined by Lionel Casson to characterize Hellenistic naval warfare, describes a period in which war fleets included larger-than-normal oared galleys, some with crews of more than 1,000 men. Dr. William M. Murray, University of South Florida, examines this period and proposes a new hypothesis in the evolution of naval warfare following the death of Alexander the Great.
It is sponsored by the Arthur and Helen Baer Foundation in conjunction with the Missouri History Museum.
For more information: http://mohistory.org/node/57403
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This is a wonderful opportunity to serve and love our most needy neighbors in Boston, MA. This service weekend is for Junior High, High School, and College Students.
We will meet at 5pm on Friday and stay Friday and Saturday nights at: . The service learning weekend will come to a close at 2pm on Sunday, December 18th.
A registration gift of $150 a person will cover all trip expenses, make it possible for the YES Program to prepare and execute the trip, and enable our service team to meet the needs of those we serve.
For further information: Please contact , Halie Nicola, Trip Leader, email@example.com
The Arizona Balalaika Orchestra began in 1980 in Tucson, AZ as a small ensemble within the University of Arizona Russian Department. The group is a spirited, non-profit community folk orchestra, playing native Slavic instruments and wearing colorful costumes. It has toured throughout Arizona and Mexico. At major performances, the Orchestra collaborates with guest dance troupes, vocalists, and guest instrumental soloists from as far away as Moscow and Kiev. Small ensembles also perform for festivals, churches, clubs, and other events. The Arizona Balalaika Orchestra is a member of the Balalaika and Domra Association of America (BDAA), which has annual conventions in North America and Russia. Tucson was host for this convention in 1989, and again 25 years later, in 2004.
For more information: https://performingartscenter.thundertix.com/
Celebrating the Journey of Marriage is a One-Day Workshop for Couples in the Orthodox Church.
For more information: http://www.familylifeministry.atlanta.goarch.org/upcoming-events-2/
Theme: “Miraculous Icon the Inexhaustible Cup: The Orthodox Treatment Of All Manner Of Addictions”. The caring members of the Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup have the primary purpose of honoring Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos, as the Fellowship’s Champion Leader by acquiring and maintaining quality sobriety and purity as a way of life. Members are committed to praying all or part of the Akathist of the Inexhaustible Cup on a daily basis, as well as making a monthly financial commitment to help sustain the work of the Fellowship. Members are devoted to praying for and reaching out to those suffering from all manner of addictions, helping the afflicted at their point of need, and ringing them the message of hope and healing.
Speaker:Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, M.S., Pastoral Counseling. Fr. Christophe Lepoutre is the rector of the Orthodox Chapel of the Mother of God The Inexhaustible Cup in Natural Bridge Station, VA
The Faculty and seminarians of our St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Theological Seminary are grateful for your financial support throughout the year and we hope that you join us for the inaugural “Christmas at the Seminary”. This event is open for the whole family on Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 1:00 to 5:30 p.m. There will be drop-in Christmas-themed activities, ornament making and cookie decorating for the entire family. Light refreshments will also be served.
You will have the opportunity on that Saturday to meet the current student body and also tour the Seminary and Three Holy Hierarchs Chapel and learn about the 300+ year-old building and the repairs which took place over the past year.
In the spirit of the Nativity season and the upcoming feast of Saint Nicholas, we humbly ask that you bring with you a gift for the Seminary, not for individual use but for the entire student body.
For more information: http://stsuots.org/news_151014_1.html
The Nativity of the Most Holy Theotokos Serbian Orthodox Church of Orange County, California is sponsoring this very special event. For details please fo to : http://mostholytheotokos.com/wp-content/uploads/gala-concert-2015.pdf
You may not know this, but the world’s biggest refugee crisis is going on as we speak as Syrian refugees are fleeing their homes in the Middle East. IOCC is committed to its on-going humanitarian response, but it needs your help. Come by on December 12, 2015 for Vespers and with a fellowship dinner to follow.
You can register and donate to IOCC online (https://9586.thankyou4caring.org/pages/pawtucket-12-12-15-dinner). Please contact us if you have any questions or are wondering how you can help!
For more information: http://www.iocc.org/ioccevents_upcomingevents1.aspx
Speaker: Hieromonk Innocent (Abbot at St. John Orthodox Monastery in Manton, CA)
HIEROMONK INNOCENT, the Superior of the Monastery of St. John in Manton, CA., will visit our parish for the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, December 13, which is the Feast of St. Herman of Alaska. Fr. Innocent will give a short talk in the Parish Hall during the Agape Meal—I encourage all of you to stay for this. Of course, we will not let him leave here emptied handed, but will make an offering for the Monastery that weekend as well.
For more information: http://www.saintseraphim.com/files/Monthly%20Bulletin/December-2015-Bulletin.pdf
The Council of Orthodox Christian Churches of Metropolitan Detroit (COCC) will sponsor a Christmas concert. The first part of the concert will feature Nativity hymns and carols from Greece, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine sung by choirs from five Orthodox churches; and the Romanian Children Carolers, directed by Simona Ghilezan.
The second part of the concert will feature Nativity hymns and carols sung in English by an inter-Orthodox chorus directed by Matushka Victoria Kopistiansky. It will conclude with a sing-along of popular Western Christmas carols.
An afterglow reception with refreshments will follow the concert. The public is invited to attend the concert. For further information, contact http://www.coccdetroit.org.
Additional Contact: David Adrian, Adrian & Associates; (248) 322-9226 or (248) 515-4607 cell; firstname.lastname@example.org
Under the high patronage of his Eminence, Archbishop Demetrios of America, The renowned Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir and Chamber Orchestra present the 2015 Christmas Concert, “Glorious Christmas-An Everlasting Legacy”.
The concert will feature Antonio Vivaldi’s profound “Gloria”, a favorite during the holiday season. In addition, the choir will pay tribute to three prominent liturgical composers who passed on in 2015: Anna Gallos, Demetrios Pappas and George Raptis, performing their highly regarded settings of Christmas Music. For ticket prices go to: http://gloriouschristmas.brownpapertickets.com/
For more information: http://thecathedral.goarch.org/