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Source: Orthodox Christian Laity “To Each is Given the Manifestation of the Spirit for the Common Good” (1 Cor. 12:7) Dr. Helen Creticos Theodoropoulos Orthodox Christian Laity – 29th Annual Meeting St Anna Greek Orthodox Church, Cottonwood Heights, Utah

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity On February 11, 2017, Orthodox Christian Laity sponsored an Open Forum at St. Paul Orthodox Church in Las Vegas NV, led by Dr. Gayle Woloschak. She presented her reflections on the Holy and Great Council held in Crete in 2016 in her capacity as a member of the organizing committee of the Council. Dr. Woloschak is Professor of Radiation Oncology, Radiology, and Cell and Molecular Biology at the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University. She also holds a DMin from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in Eastern Christian Studies and is adjunct faculty at Lutheran School of Theology, Pittsburgh…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity A ministry advocating Orthodox Unity in the United States with transparency and accountability in Church governance Orthodox Christian Laity (OCL) is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year.  One way to mark the beginning of OCL is by noting the date that a group of men and women who became its “founders” met in the living room of James and Mary Koulogeorge in Northbrook, Illinois. If anyone recorded the date, I’m not aware of it. Or, we can look at the date that the not-for-profit corporation was granted its Charter by the Secretary of State of Illinois.  The…

After clicking on the first photo of the gallery above, click on the play button and the “i” on the right hand side under the photo to show information about each photo. Source: Orthodox Christian Laity For 30 years, OCL has been  promoting unity, transparency, accountability and lay involvement in Church life at all levels to make these priorities a reality in the administrative life of the Church.   OCL completed its Annual Meeting in Cottonwood, Utah on November 19, 2016, and began thinking about itsplans for next year’s meeting.  The board members came away with a renewed and intensified  commitment to…

On behalf of the Board and Advisors of Orthodox Christian Laity, thank you to Metropolitan Isaiah for blessing OCL’s 29th Annual Program and Meeting and for participating in the events of this weekend’s activities.  His Eminence has been with us in prayer and direction, as a spiritual guide and father, since our formation.  During the last 29 years, we have shared church concerns together. Also, thank you to His Eminence Archbishop Nathaniel for sharing his prayers, love, advice, time and fellowship with us for 15 years.  He has been an exceptional wise counselor, spiritual father and friend and has been…

MISSION Advocate for a Unified, Canonical. Autocephalous Orthodox Church in the United States that is accountable, transparent in administrative matters and respects the role of the laity in the governance of the Church. UNITY * TRANSPARENCY *   ACCOUNTABILITY * INVOLVED LAITY BECOME A MEMBER A tax deductible donation of $50.00 enables you to be a member.  Visit our web site: www.ocl.org Click on the “Sign up for the OCL Newsletter” link to receive regular updates. Consider becoming a Grassroots local parish unity advocate.  OCL will put you in touch with other parish advocates. Learn more about OCL, and if you…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity Hope to see you at the OCL  29th Annual Meeting! November 17-20, 2016 MAKE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATIONS: Call 801-890-1280 OCL rate $119.00 until October 15. Hyatt Place Salt Lake City / Cottonwood, 3090 E 6200 S, Salt Lake City, Utah 84121 We have two relevant and important topics to consider.  They will be presented by two distinguished Orthodox Christian theologians and devout parishioners of their parish families. Host Parish:  St Anna Greek Orthodox Church, 3015 E Creek Road, Cottonwood Heights, UT  84093. FRIDAY EVENING, November 18 following Vespers:  Professor Helen Theodoropoulos will present and have us…

Source: Orthodox Christian Laity The Assembly of Bishops will meet during the first week of October in Detroit.  How will this meeting be different from all other such meetings?  Where is the leadership?  The work of the Holy and Great Council has been completed, and little action was taken to address the uncanonical situation of the parallel jurisdictions that make up the Orthodox Christian Church in the USA.  This situation is unacceptable, because it keeps our message, outreach and mission fragmented and wastes the resources of the lay stewards of the Church.  This fragmentation continues to cause a decline in…

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