God has continued to grant us another year, and family camp is once again coming up in August. The location is the same as previous years, at the Sky Camp south-east of Eugene, OR. Please join us for this week of spiritual retreat for the whole family! This is a pan-Orthodox event intending to draw us closer to Christ and one another in this modern world.
Registration opens in April.
See the 2014 camp pictures and click the image below to download the flyer:
The Ancient Church Reading Room offers five weekly presentations on
Great Lent: Seeking Deeper Relationship with God
as We Prepare for the Feast of Feasts
When: Tuesdays of March 2015 at 7pm
Where: The Ancient Church Reading Room, 1930 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR
Next lecture: March 24 by Michael Hailey – download pdf
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About The Ancient Church Reading Room
The mission of the Ancient Church reading room is twofold:
to create a beautiful, welcoming space where people have the opportunity to encounter God and the ancient Christian Church through art, reading and discussion, and
to give voice to the Orthodox Church in Forest Grove, Oregon, actively witnessing to the incredible beauty and richness of Christian life, practice and Truth.
We would particularly like to encourage any Orthodox people who are interested in coming to bring along non-Orthodox friends, as we hope to offer something people can take away for their immediate relationships with God from the deep teachings and rich life of Orthodox Christianity.
See also: article in The Oregonian
Space is limited, contact us today to schedule your tour, classroom observations, or to learn more!
503.641.4600 or online at www.asapdx.org.
It's been a wonderful tradition among Orthodox parishes in Portland area to celebrate Presanctified Liturgies and other services during Lent together. This year, these pan-Orthodox services are as follows:
Wednesday, March 4: Presanctified Liturgy at Holy Trinity (Greek) at 6:30pm
Wednesday, March 18: Presanctified Liturgy at St. John the Baptist (Greek) at 6:30pm
Wednesday, March 25: Vesperal Divine Liturgy at Annunciation (OCA) at 6:30pm, for their patronal feast day
Wednesday, April 1: Presanctified Liturgy at St. Nicholas (OCA) at 6:30pm
Know Latin? Agia Sophia Academy is seeking a part-time Latin Language Teacher (grades 2nd – 5th) starting ASAP. (Advanced Latin experience not required.)
Current weekly schedule is Tuesday & Thursday from 1:15pm to 2:45pm, but there is some flexibility. Contact Elisha Lubliner at 503-641-4600 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
The Greek Orthodox Monastery of St. John the Honorable Forerunner in Goldendale, Washington, with the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco, invites you to a Lenten Retreat with The V. Rev. Fr. Gregory Horton.
Fr. Gregory will be speaking on: “Let Us Lay Aside all Earthly Cares”
See the attached brochure for the details
Got a Reading Endorsement? Agia Sophia Academy is looking for a licensed teacher with a reading endorsement to provide Title I tutoring in the area of literacy instruction.
Contact Elisha Lubliner at 503-641-4600 or email@example.com for additional details.
Whether you're a community member interested in learning more about our Orthodox School or a parent looking into enrolling your child at Agia Sophia Academy in the fall, we invite you to stop by anytime between 5-7pm on Thursday, January 29th during our Open House.
Meet the teachers, enjoy a student tour, see our new elementary classroom: we are excited to see you!
www.asapdx.org | 503.641.4600
KLIROS, a mixed chorus dedicated to singing quality Orthodox liturgical music, sings the Divine Liturgy* for the feast of St. Gregory the Theologian
When: Sunday, January 25 (Pentecost XXXIII) at 9:30am
Where: St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, 2210 SW Dolph Court, Portland, OR 97219
* Music of Fr. Sergei Glagolev (b. 1927)