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The Ancient Church Library is hosting a series of lectures at 7pm on Wednesdays:
- 12 October: Who is God?
- 19 October: What is the Eucharist?
- 26 October: What is the Church?
See the attached flyer for more information
Eat a day the Greek way! On Saturday, October 8 from 11am-7pm and Sunday, October 9 from 12pm6pm St. Anne Orthodox Church will host the Mid-Valley’s thirteenth annual Greek Food Fest at historic Lewisburg Hall, 6000 NE Elliott Circle, Corvallis. The St. Anne Greek Fest has become a popular, familyfriendly, mid-valley tradition and is one of only two Greek festivals in the state. Proceeds from the event help pay for the renovation and maintenance of the historic Lewisburg Grange Hall.
Please join us for an exciting series of classes on Liturgical Theology, taught by Fr. George Gray of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church.
When: Saturdays in November and December, from 4:30 to 5:50, followed by Vespers.
Where: St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, 2210 SW Dolph Court, Portland, Oregon 97219
November 5 — Liturgy and Worship in the Bible
November 12 — Liturgy and Worship in the Early Church
November 19 — Liturgy and Worship in the Patristic Era
November 26 — Liturgy and Worship in the Contemporary Orthodox World
December 3 — The Holy Mysteries of Initiation
December 10 — The Holy Mystery of the Holy Eucharist
December 17 — The Holy Mysteries of Healing, Marriage & Ordination
The cost is $10 per session (includes handouts, etc.). No need to pre-register, just show up!
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church invites you to a presentation & workshop on how you might start a conversation to make your wishes for end-of-life care known to family & loved ones, or how to help someone else start a conversation.
Saturday, October 29
3:00 – 5:30 pm
Followed by Vespers at 6:00 pm
2210 S. W. Dolph Court / Portland, Oregon 97219
Requested donation for materials (readings, workbooks, discussion cards) – $10.00
We request advance registration since the enrollment will be limited. Please contact Sheila Harris: email@example.com
See the flier for more information.
KLIROS, a local liturgical chorale, presents the following performances:
Sunday, October 9, 9:30am
Divine Liturgy No. 3 in English by Roman Hurko
Sunday, January 29, 9:30am
Divine Liturgy in English, with the music of contemporary American composers
Both performances are at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church:
2210 SW Dolph Ct
Portland, OR 97219
Gerontissa Efpraxia and her Synodia cordially invite you to an evening of fine dining at the 10th Annual Monastery Builders Benefit dinner & Auction to support St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Monastery
Sunday, October 9th, 2016 ~ 5:30pm
Fort Dalles Readiness Center
402 East Scenic Drive
The Dalles, Oregon
We sincerely appreciate your love and support. Reservations or donations may be made
through the Monastery’s website: www.stjohnmonastery.org
St. Stefan Serbian Church is hosting their 10th Annual Serbian Festival. See the attached flyer for more information!
Holy Trinity Cathedral invites you to the talk by Fr. Timothy Pavlatos:
Face to Face and Heart to Heart. Connecting through Christ for healthier family.
Wednesday, August 24th
6:30pm light meza
7:00pm talk begins
3131 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97232
Fr. Timothy Pavlatos serves the parish of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox
Church in Portland Oregon. He is the Director of the Family Wellness Ministry of
the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco, a Licensed Marriage and
Family Therapist in the state of Oregon, and an adjunct professor at George Fox
University’s graduate school of counseling. Fr. Timothy has a Bachelors in
Psychology, a Masters of Divinity from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of
Theology and a Masters in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University in Maryland. He is a National Certified Counselor, a Fellow of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, a Clinical Fellow in the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, a Certified Prepare/Enrich Facilitator, a Certified Gottman Facilitator, and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Fr. Timothy has focused over the past several years on marriage and parenting enrichment, interpersonal neurobiology and trauma as well as the integration of psychology and the writings of the Holy Fathers. He and his Presvytera Victoria have been married for 21 years and are raising their nine children in Portland Oregon.