SAINTS PETER AND PAUL ORTHODOX MISSION Informal Lecture Series: Gainesville, GA

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November 3, 2012 @ 9:00 pm – December 1, 2012 @ 11:30 pm
First Baptist Church
Ruth Purcell

Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Mission of Gainesville, GA invites you to attend a monthly presentation on the Orthodox Church, October through December 2012.

Beginning Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 5:00-6:30 pm
Located in the Kindred Spirits classroom at First Baptist Church on Green Street

The Service of Great Vespers will be followed by Fr. Thomas Alessandroni presenting a question-answer period and light refreshments will conclude the event.

The Service of Great Vespers is an offering of thanksgiving and supplication to God as day fades to evening.

Fr. Thomas Alessandroni is an Orthodox Christian priest from St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church in Norcross. He is currently serving the SS Peter and Paul Orthodox Mission, which meets on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at First Baptist. Prior to his Ordination in the Orthodox Church in America, Fr. Thomas spent many years in the field of mental health and continues to maintain a Christian marriage and family
counseling practice.

An informal lecture series by Taylor Hostetter
Alternate Wednesdays, October through December

Beginning October 3rd & 17th, 7:30-8:30 pm
Located at Starbucks, 821 Dawsonville Highway NW

Feel free to order a coffee and join us!

Taylor Hostetter has been a missionary with the Navigators since 1991, and converted to

Orthodoxy in 2000 while serving in Serbia. He and his family live in Lawrenceville,
and he continues as an active missionary in Eastern Europe and in the United States.
Taylor is also the Lay Catechist for St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church, and regularly
leads informal presentations on Orthodox topics at a Starbucks in Lilburn.

For more information, contact:, lay leader at

For a downloadable flyer, click here: fall 2012 flyer 2b.pdf







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Ruth Purcell at:

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