Engaging Orthodoxy: The Unchanging Gospel in an Ever-Changing Culture
Orthodoxy is on the cusp of a major theological renaissance in the 21st century. Join North Park University in the inaugural event in this speaker’s series, designed to explore Orthodox theology as a vital religious force in American life and thought.
In his lecture, Metropolitan Kallistos Ware will present an Eastern Orthodox understanding of the Gospel, and offer practical guidance on how local churches may keep it clear and central for each generation. Three respondents will offer thoughts and reflections, moderated by Dr. Bradley Nassif. The event will include a time for audience Q&A.
27 February 2016
Ss. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church
1401 Wagner Road
Glenview, IL 60025
Be The Bee Retreat
There’s still time to join Orthodox Christians from the Chicagoland area for this retreat, which is open to all Orthodox youth (6th-12th grade), parents, youth workers (18 years and older). Steven Christoforou, from the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese video series, “Be the Bee”, will be lead this wonderful retreat!
5 March 2016
St. Nicholas Parish Hall
4304 17th Ave.
Kenosha, WI 53140
Adults – $10, Children (ages 6-12) – $5, Children (5 & under) – free
St. Nicholas Church in Kenosha will be hosting a “Blini Dinner” with authentic Russian food. The menu includes kielbasa, blini (cheese-filled pancakes), kapusta (specially prepared cabbage), plus homemade desserts.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Pat Ciko at 847.875.7917.
Sunday, 1 November 2015
following the Divine Liturgy (ca. 12pm) Holy Trinity Cathedral
1121 N. Leavitt
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Tickets: Adult- $20, Child (5-12) – $5, Teen (13-18) – $10
The St. John’s Society of Holy Trinity Cathedral welcomes you to a dinner commemorating the feast day of St. John of Chicago.
To make ticket reservations, please call Nancy at 773.282.3291.
Fr. John Kochurov (also spelled Kochuroff) was priest at Holy Trinity just before and after the turn of the 20th century. He was instrumental in the construction of the Holy Trinity Cathedral building, and served as a missionary not just to the Chicago area but to Orthodox Christians in many far-flung locales in the United States. In 1907, he returned to Russia, and, in October 1917, was the first priest murdered in the Bolshevik Revolution.