Come and meet with other Orthodox teens and young adults who are interested in serving the Church. Men and women, 20-somethings and teens are invited to Holy Virgin Protection Cathedral in NYC on Saturday, May 14th at 10 AM for a day of discovering what opportunities are available in the Church. Those in attendance will hear from men and women who are currently serving the Church in a variety of ways: Hospital and Military Chaplains, Parish Priests, a Full-time Deacon, a Full-time Choir Director, and a Theology Professor. Hear their stories and ask your questions.
Lunch will be included and a tour will be given of the Cathedral and its urban ministries. All those in attendance will be given a spiritual gifts inventory and a book about vocations and discerning a call to ministry. The day will end with a trip to Saint Vladimir's Seminary for a tour. Transportation will be provided.
Vigil will be held at the Seminary at 6:30 PM and at the Cathedral at 5:30 PM for those who wish.
This event has been organized by the Diocese of New York and New Jersey (OCA) and has been funded by a grant from The Forum for Theological Education. It is open to Orthodox teens and young adults from all jurisdictions.
For questions contact Rev. Matthew Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-972-0014