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Registration is now open for the 2019 St. John’s Family Camp at the Kiwanis SKY Camp in Fall Creek, OR. This year’s theme is “The Mysteries of the Church”
Come and Join us for a meaningful and memorable time on the beautiful shores of Fall Creek Reservoir near Eugene, OR.
- Stay in a cabin or bring a tent
- Attend Daily Divine Services
- Enjoy Good Food & Great Fellowship
- Come for the whole week, a partial stay, or just for a day
- Offering a Robust Children’s Program and Engaging Content for Adults!
Register and pay for the entire week by June 1st and get $30 off by entering the code “PAIDINFULL” at checkout.
Come celebrate Mid-Pentecost with Agia Sophia Academy at our Feast Day Liturgy:
May 22nd, 2019
8:30am Divine Liturgy & Artoklasia followed by light refreshments & treats
Please R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-641-4600
All are invited to celebrate the Feast of St. George on Bright Monday, April 29, with Metropolitan Joseph and the clergy and parishioners of St. George Antiochian Church.
9 AM Orthos
10 AM Divine Liturgy with Metropolitan Joseph
Meal to follow
Address: 2101 NE 162nd Ave. Portland, OR
Agia Sophia Academy, Portland’s orthodox christian school, invites you to celebrate its 15th anniversary on June 1st at Oregon Zoo. The evening program includes cocktail reception, live auction, paddle raise, dinner, and more! Tickets are $100 per person, please come and support the local orthodox school! Visit www.asagala.org or contact email@example.com for more details.
Pan-Orthodox lenten services are back!!! 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 services are as follows:
Sunday, March 17: Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers at Holy Trinity (Greek) at 5:30pm
Wednesday, March 20: Presanctified Liturgy at St. John the Baptist (Greek) at 6:30pm
Monday, March 25: Vesperal Divine Liturgy at Annunciation (OCA) at 6:30pm, for their patronal feast day
Wednesday, April 3: Presanctified Liturgy at Holy Trinity (Greek) at 6:30pm
Wednesday, April 17: Presanctified Liturgy at St. George (Antiochian) at 6:30pm
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. Archimandrite Maximos Constas
Fr. Maximos will be speaking on:
Confession and Spiritual Direction in the Orthodox Tradition
See the attached brochure for registration information, schedule, directions etc.
St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church hosts a rummage sale on March 16, from 9am to 3pm. Address: 2101 NE 162nd Ave. Portland, OR
Items for sale include: Men’s, women’s and children’s clothes, shoes, kitchen items and small appliances, furniture, tools, fishing gear, frames, books, brand new items, Christmas decorations, purses, wall décor, toys, bedding and a lot more!
St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church in Beaverton invites you to a Lenten retreat with Fr. Michael Shanbour on March 29-30.
Fr. Michael is a priest of Three Hierarchs Orthodox Church in Wenatchee, WA, and is the author of “Know the Faith: A Handbook for Orthodox Christians and Inquirers”
Friday, March 29
7:00pm Session 1
8:30pm Dessert reception
Saturday, March 30
9:00am Divine Liturgy
10:00 Light breakfast
11:00 Session 2
2:00 Session 3
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Konevets Quartet, a male vocal ensemble from St. Petersburg (Russia) presents
Music without borders
Church music and folk songs of different countries
Friday, February 15 at 7:30pm
New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia Orthodox Church
13820 S Union Hall Rd, Mulino, OR 97042
A concert by the Konevets Quartet offers a fascinating program of harmonic brilliance in the rich tradition of Russian choral music and the male chamber choir.
The KONEVETS QUARTET was founded in 1992 by graduates of the St. Petersburg Music Conservatoire-Glinka Choral Academy; who sang in the Konevets Holy Nativity of Mother of God Monastery choir. Their goal was to share the rich Russian vocal traditions with audiences the world over. With their dedication to creating a perfect harmonious sound, their repertoire was created especially for this purpose, and remains such to this day.
The heart of their repertoire is Orthodox sacred music, ranging from chants and hymns by twentieth century composers, such as Chesnokov, Grechaninov and Stravinsky, to ancient chants and hymns sung in unison or in two or three- part arrangements and in contemporary four-part arrangements, sometimes re-harmonized by the Quartet.
The quartet’s secular repertoire features Russian and Ukrainian folk songs, classical selections and Imperial regimental songs and marches which were forbidden during Communism. The third portion of the repertoire features lyrics by Russian poets set to music by Tchaikovsky, Borodin and other famous composers.