St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church hosts a two-day retreat on Divine Liturgy with Fr. Josiah Trenham. Click the image below for complete information.
Also, Logos Bookstore is having its annual open house before and after the talks and during the breaks. All purchases are 20% off!
On Saturday, October 18th, the Church of Annunciation will have Great Vespers at 7pm followed a special prayer service for babies who have died as a result of miscarriage, abortion or early infant death.
The service will be a combination of the panikhida and funeral for a child. This is an opportunity to reach out to those who have suffered loss. Please invite anyone who you feel would benefit from this prayer service. You may also wish to pray for someone else's child.
The church address is: 13515 SE Rusk Road, Milwaukie, OR 97222
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KLIROS sings selections from Tchaikovsky's All-Night Vigil on Saturday, October 18, 5:30pm at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church. Click the image below to download the flyer.
Agia Sophia Academy is having an Open House on Sunday, November 16th from 3-5pm.
A weekend of fellowship, spiritual discussion, reflection, fun, campfire, games, and more!
Where: Camp Angelos Retreat Center
Begins: Friday, Nov. 21, 7:30pm
Ends: Sunday, Nov. 23, 12pm
For: Grades 9-12
Cost: $75 per person
Registration forms available at goholytrinity.org under the ‘forms’ tab. Forms not accepted after Nov. 15.
Contact Christine Whitton at Christine.email@example.com or 503. 730. 5884 with questions.
Join us for this free three part series at 7-8:30pm on October 2, 9 & 16 at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church.
The Seven Ecumenical Councils decisively put to rest heresies of the ancient world. However, heresies did not end with the last council in the 8 th century. Since then, hundreds of heresies have cropped up and infected the thinking of Christians. This class will cover some well-known modern heresies, their source and their impact on our thinking and spirituality. Heresies such as the Protestant Reformation, Materialism, Post-Modernism, Atheism, and Darwinian Evolution will be covered and the Orthodox replies to these heresies will be discussed.
Did your child just turn 3? Agia Sophia Academy's Montessori program provides a warm, nurturing Orthodox environment for your preschooler to learn, grow, play, and explore. Contact us today for a tour and classroom observation.
503-641-4600 | www.asapdx.org
KLIROS, a mixed chorus dedicated to singing quality Orthodox liturgical music, is seeking a strong and capable tenor on a volunteer basis for its January event and beyond.
Contact director Tracey (Rdr. John) Edson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-421-0488 for information and to schedule an audition.
Enjoy an Evening of Fine Dining and Inspiration in support of the completion of the Church Temple of St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Monastery. The evening will feature authentic Greek cuisine prepared by the nuns of St. John's.
Sunday, October 12, 2014, 5:00 in the evening
The Civic Ballroom at 323 4th St., The Dalles, OR 97058
Come enjoy a silent auction, raffle, wonderful food, and a surprise video presentation. For Questions please call 509-773-9944
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St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church hosts it 12th Annual Myrrhbearer's Fall Retreat on November 7th and 8th. The guest speaker this year is Rita Madden, a dietician and the host of "Food, Faith and Fasting" podcast on Ancient Faith Radio. Rita is passionate about returning people to traditional ways of eating as a way to care for health.
To register, RSVP to Diane Cherry at email@example.com or register through PayPal.
Register early, as the price goes up after November 1st:
Friday Only: $10 (after November 1st- $15)
Friday / Saturday: $35 (after November 1st -$40)
See the attached flyer for schedule and details
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