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Please join us for one or both of our annual “Evening in Greece” dinner events. The dates are Saturdays May 12 and/or 19 at 6:30. Seating is limited, and reservations ARE REQUIRED. The cost is $20.00 per person for each
dinner. Vegetarian and takeout options are available. There is a form at the bottom of the flyer that needs to be filled out and submitted with the payment. Any other information such as wheelchair access or wanting to be seated with a friend etc, can be noted on the form.
Greek dinner flyer 2018 revised
Great Lent is quickly approaching so attached is the 2018 Great Lent & Holy Week schedule of services. All are welcome to join us on our journey to the Resurrection! Click here: Looking ahead
On April 9, 2017, well-known Evangelical Bible teacher Hank Hanegraaff was chrismated and received into the Orthodox Christian Church. Shortly thereafter, he lost a substantial part of his long-time radio audience, was accused of leaving the Christian faith altogether, and was diagnosed with cancer. He continues to grow in his new-found faith, and we thought you would like to hear directly from him about that journey. Ancient Faith had the privilege of inviting Hank to meet in person with Frederica Mathewes-Green to talk about the dramatic spiritual and physical realities confronting him. In this fascinating three-part interview, drawn from a two-day conversation, Frederica asks the question so many have asked, “Have you left your love of the Scriptures, your understanding of the Scriptures behind?” Enjoy all three segments of the interview to hear Hank’s answer to this and other questions about his journey, his diagnosis, and his reflections on his experiences. This new release from Ancient Faith Films is offered to you at no charge at http://www.ancientfaith.com/films/hanegraaff-interviews
Each Tuesday evening, we offer an Inquirer Class from 7-8:30. All are welcome!
Jonathon Jackson, an Emmy-award winning actor, talks about how he became Orthodox. http://pemptousia.com/video/jackson-how-i-became-orthodox/
Services for the Feast of Ascension are as follows: Great Vespers at 6 pm on Wednesday, May 20th; and Orthros & Divine Liturgy beginning at 9 am, on Thursday, May 21st. All are welcome!
For twenty centuries the Orthodox Church has continued in Her undiminished and unaltered faith and practice, yet She is virtually unknown to most people living in the Eugene/Springfield area. We are orthodox but not Jewish; catholic but not Roman; we’re not Denominational, we’re pre-denominational. The Orthodox Church is the original Christian Church founded by Jesus Christ.
We invite you to come and get to know the Original! Inquirer’s classes are offered each Monday evening at 6:30 pm.