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Save the date for:
A Glorious Night under the Big Top
Gala Dinner & Auction (site, FB)
May 7th at the Multnomah Athletic Club
Register at www.asagala.org
Registration is now open for GOYA’s annual Lent retreat. This year we will be in Portland for the Amazing Race! Details are below.
- WHO: Teens in grades 7 – 12
- WHAT: An Amazing Race around Portland! Discussions with Clergy! Fun with friends, new and old! Confession and more!
- WHERE: Holy Trinity Cathedral, 3131 N Glisan St. Portland, OR 97232
- WHEN: March 17, 18, 19, 2017
- COST: $90 per person. Scholarships available for those in need.
We invite youth from all Orthodox Parishes to attend. Teens from outside of Portland will be hosted by Portland families on Friday and Saturday night. Please fill out separate registrations forms for EACH child attending. Registration closes on March 6, 2017.
Have you ever wondered what happened to the early church? Did you know that the Eastern Orthodox Church still follows the Tradition established by Jesus Christ and the Apostles?
Join us as special guest Fr. Russell Radoicich of Butte, Montana unfolds the rich history and beauty of Orthodox Christianity.
The two public sessions are free and open to all:
Tuesday, Jan. 24th, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
Location: Cedar Mill Library, 12505 NW Cornell Rd. #13, Portland 97229
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Ancient Church Library, 1930 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove
Also, a reminder that Fr. Russell teaches a seminar for Orthodox Christians on January 26-28. More information here.
KLIROS, a local liturgical chorale, invites you to Divine Liturgy at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church on Sunday, January 29, at 9:30am.
2210 SW Dolph Ct
Portland, OR 97219
Join us on Sunday, February 12 for a family-friendly celebration of great food with a dash of competition. Enjoy a delicious meal and vote for your favorite chili. Stop by for a bite or come for the whole evening!
$15/person or $50/family for chili, cornbread, slaw, dessert and a good time!
Beer, wine and soda for sale. Tickets available at www.stjohngoc.org and at the door. Bring your friends—all are welcome!
Download the flier for more information.
On Sunday, January 15th, please join St. Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church who celebrate their parish Slava (patronal feast).
The Divine Liturgy will be led by His Grace Bishop Maxim.
The service will start at 10am. The address is: 11551 SE 27th Ave, Portland, OR.
Please come this Sunday to welcome the bishop and attend the divine services and the festive luncheon.
It’s hard to believe the last Roe v. Wade Memorial Rally and Walk was almost a year ago! Last year, we endeavored to have a strong showing of Orthodox Christians in attendance and we were blessed with a really good turnout! We created a few Orthodox Christians for Life banners and they were impactful in bringing us together in solidarity with our fellow advocates for the Sanctity of Life. Check out the photos!
This year, we hope to have an even greater Orthodox Christian presence for the 2017 Roe V. Wade Memorial Rally and Walk hosted by Oregon Right to Life.
Please join us on Sunday, January 15th at 2:30 pm at Oregon Convention Center. Look for the large “Orthodox Christians for Life” banners and make a stand with us in support of those who cannot speak for themselves!
The St. John’s Missions and Evangelism Committee invites you to the seminar by Fr. Russell Radoicich. This seminar is free and open to all Orthodox Christians. We especially welcome all who would like to participate more in our missions and evangelism efforts at St. John’s. Regardless, you will learn and be edified! Questions? See Patrick or Eli.
Thursday Jan 26
7-9pm – Part 1: Eastern vs Western Mindset
Friday Jan 27
7-9pm – Part 2: The Theotokos
Saturday Jan 28
9am-11:30pm – Part 3: The Scriptures
11:30am-12:30pm – Lunch
12:30pm-3pm – Part 4: Morality and Spirituality
Location: St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church invites you to the Basics of Orthodox Christianity classes. There are 14 sessions as follows:
Wed. Jan. 11 – Jesus Christ & the Holy Trinity
Wed. Jan. 18 – The Human Person
Wed. Jan. 25 – The Divine Liturgy
Tues. Jan. 31 – Orthodox Spirituality I
Wed. Feb. 8 – Orthodox Spirituality II
Wed. Feb. 15 – Orthodox Spirituality III
Wed. Feb. 22 – Holy Tradition
Mon. Mar. 6 – Church History I
Mon. Mar. 13 – Church History II
Mon. Mar. 20 – Church Architecture & Iconography
Mon. Mar. 27 – Holy Mysteries I
Mon. Apr. 3 – Holy Mysteries II
Mon. Apr. 24 – Veneration of the Theotokos & the Saints
Mon. May 1 – Basics of Bible Study
All classes are 7:00-8:30pm at 14485 SW Walker Rd in Beaverton.
Download the flier for more information.