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Taste of Orthodoxy Festival, September 24

Holy Apostles Orthodox Church in Vancouver, WA presents its first annual church festival.

When: September 24th, 11am – 5:30pm
Where: 3214 N St, Vancouver, WA 98663

The festival events include:

  • Authentic international foods
  • Kids’ activities and play area
  • Live music by Kafana Klub
  • Dance
  • Church tours and choir demonstrations

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Looking forward to seeing you at the festival!

2016 Taste of Orthodoxy Flyer

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Greek Open Golf Tournament, September 19th

Join us on Monday, September 19th, 2016 for our 21st Annual Greek Open Golf Tournament and Dinner Event! Open to the Public. Proceeds to benefit Agia Sophia Academy.

  • 12:00pm Registration check-in, Lunch and Warm-up
  • 1:30pm Shotgun Start
  • 5:30pm Cocktails
  • 6:30pm Lamb Chop (or Salmon) Dinner

Don’t golf? That’s ok too! Come for the Dinner & Auction and support quality Orthodox education in Portland.

Please visit the website for information about location and cost and to register!

2016 Greek Open

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The Way of the Cross by Fr. Paul Moses Jaroslaw, June 3-4

A Dynamic speaker and story-teller, Father Paul Jaroslaw will speak in a very practical way on how to fulfill Christ’s commandment for us to bear our crosses and follow Him.

Friday, June 3 @ 5pm
Vespers, refreshments followed by
Part 1. A personal story: how I came to love the way of the cross

Saturday, June 4 @ 9:30am
coffee, light refreshments
Part 2. The way of the cross: what are crosses and why do we have to bear them?

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral
3131 NE Glisan St
Portland OR 97232

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St. John the Wonderworker Family Camp, July 4-8

The registration is now open for this year’s St. John the Wonderworker Family Camp!  The dates are Monday, July 4th (afternoon) through Friday July 8th (afternoon) at Sky Camp, near Eugene Oregon, which is the previous year’s location. The theme this year, which is the 50th anniversary of the repose of St. John Maximovitch, is “The Holiness of the Life of St. John.”

This is a spiritual retreat for the whole family, where you can come and refresh your soul and get the best of both a retreat and a vacation!

 Attached are the registration form, the parental release form allowing your children to participate in the activities, an information flyer about the camp, and other information about the facility.  If you have questions you are always welcome to contact the registrar at: sjwfamilycamp@gmail.com.

For the last three years, camp has been at maximum capacity! Please send your registration and deposit in as soon as possible to reserve your space! And please invite any Orthodox families or individuals who would be interested in joining our camp this year. 

Looking forward to seeing you all again!

The early registration discount expires on June 1st!

2016 Family Camp Flyer

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“What is the Church?” Lecture, May 24th

The third one of the series given at The Ancient Church Library at 7pm on May 24th.

Speaker: Fr. Theodore Dorrance

All are welcome!

Lecture content:

  • What is a sacrament? And how is the Orthodox understanding of sacrament different from the western idea of symbol?
  • What is the purpose of the sacraments?
  • What is God’s ultimate purpose for the human person?
  • And what is the Church, the mystical “Body of Christ”?

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2016 May Fr Theodore

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“What Is Orthodox Christianity?” public lectures, May 2016

The Ancient Church Reading Room and Library hosts a series of talks on the subject of “What is Orthodox Christianity?” All are welcome!

When: Tuesdays in May at 7pm
Where: 1930 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR

10 May:  Who is God?
the Trinity, Love, Humility and the Incarnation

17 May: What is the Eucharist?
the Scriptures, Jewish Thought and the Ancient Christian Teaching on Communion

24 May: What is the Church?
Sacrament, Theosis and the Body of Christ

2016 What Is Orthodox Christianity

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Vacation Church School at Holy Trinity, June 27 – July 1

Holy Trinity Cathedral invites children grades K-6 to attend Vacation Church School. This will be an awesome week of faith, worship, fun, athletics, arts & crafts, music, and more!

Dates: June 27 – July 1
Times: 10am – 1pm every day with lunch provided
Address: 3131 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97232
Cost: $20 per child, $30 for two, $40 for 3 or more

To register, follow this link.

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Pacific Northwest Orthodox Youth Camp, June 20-23

OCA Pacific Northwest Deanery welcomes all kids ages 7-17 to the Summer Camp from June 20th to June 23rd at All Saints Camp in Gig Harbor, WA.

For more information and registration forms please visit their website.

The cost is $150 per camper, and the registration deadline is May 31st.

2016 Pacific Northwest Orthodox Youth Camp

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ASA’s Montessory Preschool Enrollment

Agia Sophia Academy is accepting applications for Montessori Preschool enrollment pool. Since the first deadline is past, please contact the school office directly at 503-641-4600 to learn more about wait list status and other possibilities. Openings are available in grades 1st – 5th. Apply today! Email info@asapdx.org or download the application at www.asapdx.org

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