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Theme:”Uncompromising Faith in Compromising Times”
Presenter: Fr. Evan Armatas
For more information: http://www.chicagosynergy.org/
Please join us for the second one-day workshop (in a series of 8) designed to elevate the student’s iconography awareness, technique and skills. Open to iconography students and artists of all levels, this one-day workshop is taught by Byzantine Iconographer Magdalene Grace Deane at the Hagia Theodora School of Byzantine Iconography in Newberg, Oregon. Class will be held at our intimate, Old World–style studio filled with solemnity, Byzantine chant and prayer.
Please see the attached flyer for more information.
The Spirit of Orthodoxy Choir, under the direction of Aleksei V. Shipovalnikov and his associate Stratos Mandalakis, and the choirs of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, NY, will present a concert to benefit New York City’s Saint Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, which was destroyed by fire on Pascha 2016.
Titled “From the East unto the West,” the concert will feature music from both the eastern and western Christian traditions. All proceeds will benefit the cathedral’s restoration fund.
Mr. Shipovalnikov is one of two noted Church musicians who was awarded the Orthodox Church in America’s Order of Saint Romanos in May 2016.
Tickets may be ordered by calling 516-746-2955. For more information: http://www.spiritoforthodoxy.com/
This is a benefit for International Orthodox Christian Charities. Vespers at 5:00, with Dinner to follow at 6:00. There will be a special presentation by IOCC Gift Officer Nick Kasemeotes.
Mail checks payable to IOCC to: Mrs. Teddy Hart, 1715 Featherwood Dr. • St. Louis, MO 63146
Or register and donate online: iocc.org/stlouis
The Orthodox Choir of Metropolitan Detroit will perform its sixth annual benefit concert in the city’s Greektown district. With the theme “Orthodox Hymns of Praise,” the concert program will consist of hymns and liturgical songs from different Orthodox Christian traditions.
The choir is composed of more than 40 volunteer singers from several Orthodox Christian parishes in southeastern Michigan. Under the artistic direction of Victoria Kopistiansky, it is regarded as one of the finest ensembles of its kind in the country.
Sponsored by the Council of Orthodox Christian Churches of Metropolitan Detroit (COCC), the concert will support three Orthodox charitable organizations that aid local communities in the metro area: Detroit’s Own Orthodox Radio, Orthodox Detroit Outreach and FOCUS Detroit.
For further information: http://www.coccdetroit.org/
Topic: “Christian Rigorists and the Perversion of Tradition”
Presenter: George E. Demacopoulos
Reception to follow. For more information: https://www.fordham.edu/info/23001/orthodox_christian_studies_center
Ukrainian Catholic University Faculty of Philosophy and Theology, Faculty of Humanities, Soborna Ukraine and Kyivan Tradition Research Programme presents an International Conference on “Sacred Scripture in Ukrainian Culture: The Canonical and Extra-Canonical Writings and their Reception”, will take place in the Ukraine.
With the Christianization of ‘Kyivan Rus’, the Holy Scripture was transmitted to the Slavs through the medium of the Church Slavonic language and resulted in processes of an authentic inculturation within the Kyivan Church. This original synthesis of Christianity and Slavic folklore, served as the basis for the development of a new Christian culture reflected in the liturgical services and sacraments, sacred texts and a calendar with its cycle of feasts, modes of spiritual life and monasticism, ecclesial policy and canon law, church architecture and iconography, hymnography and sacred music.
For more information: http://ucu.edu.ua/eng/announcements/4623/
Beginning Iconography Workshop with Colette Kalvesmaki who has taught iconography and written icons for twenty years.
Join us for a step-by-step journey of prayer in color as we celebrate St Nicholas just in time for his names day! This course is for beginning students on up in the medium of egg tempera. Students will paint a 9” x 12” bust of St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, on a clay/masonite board (no gilding).
The workshop will be offered at The Trinity House Cafe in Leesburg VA. 10-4pm
For more information: http://www.byzarts.com/st-nicholas-iconography-course-in-december/
A wonderful opportunity to serve and love our most needy neighbors in Houston, TX! 13 years old- College Students
For more information: http://focusnorthamerica.org/programs/yes/upcoming-trips/
A wonderful opportunity to serve and love our most needy neighbors in Nashville, TN for 13 yrs. old – College Students.
We will meet at St. Ignatius Orthodox Church for breakfast and orientation, then head to Nashville for the day. Pick up will be after Vespers.
“A Christian Ending to Our Life”. St. Nicholas Orthodox Church invites you to a presentation & workshop on how you might start a conversation to make your wishes for end-of-life care known to family & loved ones, or how to help someone else start a conversation. The workshop will be followed by Vespers at 6:00 pm.
We request advance registration since the enrollment will be limited.
For more information: http://www.orthodoxportland.org/
20 minutes duration. With a prospect of publication in the Acts of the Conference, for the Ninth Annual Conference of the Sophia Institute, we call on our scholarly family for offers of Academic Short Paper Titles related to the Conference Theme: The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church. There are spaces for 16 communications this year.
Titles, please, with one page short Abstracts, email and address details, from those with a Master’s degree or above, to:
Prof. John McGuckin
STRICTLY BEFORE OCTOBER 31,2016 the closure date.
For more information: orthodoxdeaconess.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/AAAMysticalTheolConfFlyer16.pdf
Topic: “On Pain and Suffering”
Keynote Address: His Grace, Bishop Alexander. For more information on His Grace, click here.
For more information: http://ocampr.org/
Family History Group:The Nashi Predky-Our Ancestors Family History Group brings together aspiring genealogists with a wide range of worldwide experts on the various ethnic groups in current day Ukraine and southeast Poland. This conference is entitled:
“3rd Annual Nashi Predky Ukrainian Genealogy Conference Research Essentials: Combining the Basics with 21st Century Technology”. Featuring nationally known speakers: Jonathan Shea, AG — Julie Roberts Szczepankiewicz,Carl Kotlarchik — Shellee Morehead, CG — Michelle Chubenko
For more information: http://uocofusa.org/files/PDF%20files_news/2016/Ukrainian-Genealogy-November-2016.pdf
Featured Topic and Speaker: Roman origins of Christian icons with Heather Turnbow
Join us for an evening of exploration into iconography and faith from respected scholars, clergy and Iconographers. Talks start at 7pm followed by questions and refreshments. Come early and visit our surrounding vendors and restaurants before the lecture and make an evening of it! All lectures hosted by the Center for Byzantine Material Arts. An RSVP is appreciated!
For more information: http://www.byzarts.com/category/events/lectures/
“Preparing for the Journey of Marriage” is a one-day workshop for couples marrying in the Orthodox Church.
RSVP by November 1 please.
For more information: http://www.familylifeministry.atlanta.goarch.org/upcoming-events-2/registration/
The Camden Conference and Rockport Public Library are pleased to present a Film Series: Refugees and Global Migration, in connection with the 30th Camden Conference which will focus on the same theme. The series will take place over three Saturdays, November 5, 12, and 19, at the Rockport Opera House. The first in the series, “Salam Neighbor”, which translates to “Hello Neighbor”, is a documentary released in 2016 by the film production companies Living on One Dollar and 1001 MEDIA. The title has a dual meaning as the Arabic word “salam” also means “peace.” The film documents the experiences of American filmmakers Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple when they lived among 85,000 Syrians in Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp, which lies seven miles from the Syrian border. The filmmakers, who were the first allowed by the UN to register and set-up a tent inside a refugee camp, spent a month in Za’atari to cover…
For more information: https://www.camdenconference.org/calendar/category/community-events/
Please join us for an exciting series of classes on Liturgical Theology! Vespers will follow the classes.
November 5 — Liturgy and Worship in the Bible
November 12 — Liturgy and Worship in the Early Church
November 19 — Liturgy and Worship in the Patristic Era
November 26 — Liturgy and Worship in the Contemporary Orthodox World
December 3 — The Holy Mysteries of Initiation
December 10 — The Holy Mystery of the Holy Eucharist
December 17 — The Holy Mysteries of Healing, Marriage & Ordination
For more information: http://www.orthodoxportland.org/
This is the first in a series of conferences co-hosted by the National Humanities Alliance and the Federation of State Humanities Councils that will bring the humanities community together as a whole to consider how, by leveraging our strengths, we can achieve broader public impact and showcase the fundamental role the humanities play in addressing both local and global challenges.
For more information: https://www.aarweb.org/2016-national-humanities-conference
Panagiotis Roilos, “I Am the Way and the Truth”: A Cognitive Historical Anthropology of the Ethics of Imagination in Byzantium
Theme: The Art of Marriage
Speakers: Dr. George Guirguis
Arrangements: Rooming options to be discussed.
For more information: http://www.suscopts.org/programs/pre-marital/tx/
This is a wonderful opportunity to serve and love our most needy neighbors in WASHINGTON D.C.!
Any students 13 years old- College Students may participate
ANY QUESTIONS? Pano Constantine, Trip Leader: firstname.lastname@example.org
STOTS will host a Fall Vocations Retreat, “St. John Chrysostom: Champion of the Priesthood”.
“We look forward to celebrating the feast of St. John Chrysostom this year by welcoming to campus men and women from throughout the country who are interested in exploring the teachings of this great Church Father,” Archpriest Dr. Steven Voytovich, Seminary Dean, said. “His vision of the priesthood is inspiring to anyone who is thinking seriously about serving the Church in some capacity.”
During the retreat, participants will have the opportunity to join with the seminary community and monastery brotherhood in prayer, tour the monastery and seminary grounds, hear talks and join in discussions about ministry and St. John Chrysostom, and meet the seminary’s Dean, faculty, and students. Both women and men are encouraged to attend.
For more information: http://www.stots.edu/news_161007_5.html
Sponsored Miami Ball: A Russian Cultural Event
Organized by: Alchemy Events for PaTRAM Institute
The Miami Ball is organized by two missionary-educational organizations: Prince Vladimir Youth Association and Patriarch Tikhon Russian-American Music Institute. All proceeds collected from this charitable event will be shared equally between these partnered organizations.
Join other PaTRAM friends and sponsors in supporting our cause while having fun and enjoying exceptional entertainment including a performance by a choir of PaTRAM singers.
The second lecture in the series is by Alexandros Kyrou, PhD, who will be speaking on: ” THE GREEK GENOCIDE 1914-1923: A MISUNDERSTOOD CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST”.
For more information: http://stgeorgecathedral.org/about-our-cathedral/contact-us
Lecturer: Peter Jeffery received a PhD in Music History from Princeton University in 1980, with a dissertation entitled “The Autograph Manuscripts of Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676),” about the life work of an early opera composer. Jeffery has published over 100 articles and books on a range of topics, in publications that include Early Music History, Studia Liturgica, Jewish Quarterly Review, Theological Studies and The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages. He is currently at the University of Notre Dame as the Michael P. Grace Professor of Medieval Studies.
For more information: http://ism.yale.edu/event/liturgy-symposium-peter-jeffery
Topic: “A Quiet and Peaceful Life: Following Christ in Troubled Times”
The Very Reverend Michael Butler, presenter, is an Archpriest of the Orthodox Church in America serving at Holy Transfiguration
in Livonia. He has been a parish priest for more than 21 years. He has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Dallas, an M.A. in theology from the University of Dallas, and a Ph.D. in church history and patristics from Fordham University, where he wrote his dissertation on St Maximus the Confessor.
In addition to his priestly duties, Father Michael has taught at universities and is a frequent participant in scholarly
conferences. He is a teacher in his diocesan late vocations programs and a regular speaker at Acton University, where he
has given presentations on natural law, environmentalism, and church-state relations in Orthodox thought.