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June – July 2014
The workshop will be an intense six day course where the student will create an icon using acrylic gouache techniques. During this course the students will: Learn basic color mixing, drawing and painting techniques; Be instructed in the history and theology of the icon; Receive personal instruction and demonstration for each stage of painting; and gain a deeper understanding of the mystical art of the icon and its place in the Church.
For more information: http://www.archangelicons.com/workshops.html
For more information: http://www.prosoponschool.org/schedule.html
|Diocese of Wichita||June 11-15, 2014||St. Ephraim Church; San Antonio, TXwww.plcsat2014.com|
|Diocese of Miami||June 11-15, 2014||St. George Church, Orlando, FLwww.parishlifeorlando.com|
|Diocese of Worcester||June 19-22, 2014||St. George Church; Boston, MAwww.stgeorgeofboston.org/plc2014|
|Diocese of Toledo||June 25-29, 2014||St. John Church, Ft. Wayne, IN
|Dioceses of Los Angeles & Eagle River||July 2-6, 2014||St. Nicholas Church; San Francisco, CA
|Dioceses of Charleston & New York||July 2-6, 2014||St. George Church; New Kensington, PAwww.saintgeorgeorthodox.o…|
|Diocese of Ottawa||July 2-6, 2014||St. Elias Church; Syracuse, NY
|52nd Archdiocese Convention||July 19-26, 2015||St. Mary’s Church; Cambridge, MA
For more information: http://www.antiochian.org/conventions
“Orthodox Liturgical Music Composition: Fostering a Living Creative Tradition in the English-Speaking World”
The 2014 Pan-Orthodox Liturgical Music Symposium is a four-day event specifically dedicated to singers, conductors, and composers of all Orthodox traditions. The symposium will encourage and explore the current state of Orthodox choral composition in the English-speaking world today. The event will include opportunities for participants to sing newly written choral works, to participate in discussions, to hear presentations, and to attend a very special concert featuring the East/West Festival Choir. The symposium will conclude with an All-Night Vigil and Divine Liturgy at the newly- constructed St. George Orthodox Church in Cincinnati, Ohio with services featuring liturgical music composed mostly in the last 20 years.
Please contact Dr. Kurt Sander for questions or more information.
“Their sound went forth into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world.” (From the Doxology of the Apostles)
The Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States is proud to present a pilgrimage to The Balkans (Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Croatia). We will be visiting religious, cultural and historical sites throughout the trip.
H.G. Bishop Youssef will be blessing us on this trip.
Date: July 14- July 26, 2014
Place: Macedonia (Skopje, Ohrid), Serbia (Kosovo, Novi Pazar, Kopaonik, Mileseva), Montenegro (Kotor, Perast, Dubrovnik, Split), Croatia (Zadar, Plitvice, Zaghreb)
For ages 8 to 17 years. Ascension Summer Camp is at the beautiful YMCA Camp Ravencliff in Redway, CA. All campers (ages 8 – 17) are invited to join us for an exciting week full of activities, fun and building Life-long friendships through Christ. Activities include art, crafts, swimming, athletics, archery, canoeing, hiking, inner-tubing, and much much more! Registration opens March 1 - April 15, 2014.
For more information: http://www.groca.org/youthministry/summer-camp/
For more information: http://www.azorthodox.org/all-saints-camp-prescott-az/
This is an Advanced Workshop
For more information: http://www.prosoponschool.org/sched.ule.html
Join us for an exploration of Georgia’s oldest monasteries, founded in the sixth century by Christian ascetics from Assyria. Be among the first westerners to rediscover the frescoes and acoustics of these ancient houses of worship set amidst rolling vineyards, towering peaks, and the desert vistas of the Caspian basin. Taste the exquisite Saperavi and Mtsvane home-made wines, grape varietals found only in the cradle of wine civilization.
For more information: http://www.georgianchant.org/tours/monastery/index.html
For more information: http://www.iconinstitute.org/applications.htm
We aWe aill provide campers the unique opportunity to experience the Greek Village life right here in California
For more information: http://www.ourgreekvillage.org/
Register now for this four–day program of intense liturgical training to be held from Sunday, June 22–Wednesday, June 25, 2014 on the campus of St. Vladimir’s Seminary. Held in conjunction with the Orthodox Church in America’s Diaconal Vocations Program (DVP), this workshop is for deacons and lay diaconal candidates and will be supported by celebration of the Divine Liturgy and other services.
Intensive workshops in the Practicum aim to provide participants with the skills needed to serve effectively in the Orthodox Church as an attentive server, deacon, or priest. Attention will be given to the liturgical patterns of movement that inform the entire rite of the Church. Participants will also receive guidance on concelebrations and hierarchical celebrations so that they can effectively prepare for such occasions. In addition to practicums, focused presentations by faculty will augment the deacon’s understanding of his place in the liturgical life of the Church and the deacon’s broader vocation as a symbol to the faithful of the diakonia of Christ our Lord. Instruction in public speaking and vocal technique will also be offered.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information: http://www.legacyministries.net/st-seraphim-s-retreat
By the grace of God, kindness and blessings of the presence of H.G. Bishop Youssef, and the generous hospitality of H.G. Bishop Sarabamon and H.G. Bishop Elia, the SUS Diocese will have the opportunity of experiencing the mission and services in Sudan this summer, and will study the Holy Scripture and Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews.
H.G. Bishop Sarabamon: Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Northern Sudan
H.G. Bishop Elia: Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Southern Sudan
“Let brotherly love continue.” (Hebrews 13:1) Sudan: June 10 – June 22, 2014
Includes: All group meals, accommodations, transportation, and site-seeing.
Excludes: Airfare, vaccinations, visas, donations, and personal expenses.
This six-day intensive course in traditional painting techniques focuses on the art of egg tempera painting. The goal of this workshop is for students to understand the artistic philosophy of Byzantine iconography and to learn and practice new and advanced techniques.
The workshop will concentrate on exercises in the painting of the garments and faces. Through this process students will obtain a much deeper understanding of Byzantine iconography. You will study through practice the various stages of painting garments, beginning from the first layer to the final highlights. This process will be demonstrated and explained to ensure each student’s understanding of this technique. This knowledge will then be put into practice, always with guidance and appropriate help. Students will be taught all the steps of painting the icon face with guidance and assistance in every step of the procedure to ensure that they are easily put into practice.
For more information: http://www.iconofile.com/default.asp?page=main&session_id=
For ages 4 to 12.
For more information: http://holytrinitysf.org/assets/files/1401.pdf
If you have any questions regarding the Pilgrimage, or if you would like to begin the Registration Process, please complete the form below and check the appropriate boxes. The information you provide will be sent to our Trip Coordinator! If you do not receive a copy of the Information you submitted, it means you did not enter the correct email address. Please resubmit your information.
We are happy you are interested in our Summer 2014 Pilgrimage and we will be contact you soon!
Registration Form – Consent Form – Informational Packet will be available soon!
For more information: http://www.ocmc.org/about/open_teams.aspx
The Summer Business Meeting will be on Thursday night June 26. All Conference activities will be at the church
The Conference hotel is the Claremont Hotel Club & Spa in nearby Berkeley, CA Reservations are open now! Deadline: June 5, 2014. Group Name: GOMSF Church Music Federation. Group Code: GOMSF
Expect to see a Save the Date e-mail or postcard soon!
Expect to see detailed information on the Summer Conference Liturgy music here once it is finalized
For more information: http://sanfran.goarch.org/calendar/event/662/
EASTERN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN PILGRIMAGE JOURNEY TO THE HOLY LAND , With a visit to JORDAN and ST. CATHERINE, SINAI
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Jonas & Rev. Fr. Andrew Harrison
Sts. Constantine & Helen Parish / St. Luke Parish
June 26 – July 7, 2011
Led by Fr. Nicholas Jonas & Fr. Andrew Harrison (Sts. Constantine & Helen Parish/St. Luke Parish).
For more information: http://www.stconstantinehelen.org/pilgrimageitinerary.pdf
Purpose: To study missionary service in the field of social service and charity with the intent of spreading this work to a local parish level.
Conference motto: “In the footsteps of St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco.”
The forum will be devoted to missionary work in the field of philanthropy and will be held to coincide with the meeting in San Francisco of the Council of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church and the celebrations to mark the 20th anniversary of the glorification of the Russian Orthodox Church of St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco.
More information: http://www.synod.com/synod/eng2013/20131008_ensfxiiisyezd.html
Saturday, June 28, 2014 – Friday, July 4, 2014
Held at Camp Wapogasset in Amery, WI
For Ages: Entering 3rd grade (in school) in the Fall through entering 12th grade (in school)
Please refer the the camp website for the latest information: www.stmaryscamp.com
Questions about Camp Saint Paul? Check out our FAQ!
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The dates for Camp Saint Paul 2014 have been announced!
Week 1: June 30-July 6
Week 2: July 7-13- SOLD OUT!
Week 3: July 14-20
Week 4: July 21-27
For more information: http://www.campsaintpaul.org/
Plans are underway for the Annual Altar Boy Retreat which will take place from Sunday evening, June 29th (Registration is from 6pm till 8 p.m.) until Wednesday, July 2nd. The Retreat will once again take place at Christ the Savior Seminary, Cathedral and Education Center in Johnstown and SS. Peter & Paul Church facilities in Windber. For our outing this year, we are planning a visit to PNC Park to see the Pittsburgh Pirates take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. This is the time and place for your faithful Altar Servers to join other Altar Boys from all over our Diocese.
More information: http://acrod.org/news/releases/abr-2014-pr