St Seraphim Boys Camp
Jun
17
to Jun 24

St Seraphim Boys Camp

DATE: June 17-24, 2018

AGES: 9-17

Saint Seraphim’s Retreats offer a Christ centered environment for young men seeking to pursue a life pleasing to God; an environment rich in natural beauty with the fellowship of like-minded souls eager to support one another in their striving to know Christ and develop their God given talents.

During the course of the week all activities are woven together to offer a well rounded experience. Daily activities are structured to inspire young men to return home with a deeper understanding of who they are, and to live life with more purpose. Workshops and activities are fun, invigorating and educational in a hands on approach. Campers participate in activities like: ropes course, sports, archery/riflery, daily physical workouts, swimming, fishing, music, drama, iconography, woodworking/carpentry, and animal husbandry.

While the days are packed full of adventure the retreats are centered around morning and evening prayers. During meal times stories are read about Christian Saints who have lived powerful lives for the sake of Jesus Christ. All week long a service project is developed, then taken into the senior community at the end of camp. The time spent together is an experience of living in Christian Community with brothers who are pursuing a common goal.

If you would like to provided financially for one of our youth to be able to attend the camps, please click on our scholarship button to donate!

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Appalachian Youth Mission Trip
Jul
7
to Jul 15

Appalachian Youth Mission Trip

The Youth Group is currently collecting donations for their upcoming missions trip.

As part of an Orthodox Youth Mission Team (OYMT) they will have the opportunity to go on a week-long mission trip this summer to Appalachia, making Christ present by serving people in need and living in community with other Orthodox youth.

The Orthodox Youth Mission Team is a pan Orthodox group of high school students and adult leaders, led by Fr. Luke Mihaly of Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Danbury, CT. For the last 7 years they have been participating in youth mission work. They have taken part in the Appalachian Service Project (ASP) and most recently completed a short term OCMC mission trip to Napaskiak, Alaska.

Thee trip takes place July 7-15, 2018 serving with the Appalachian Service Project (www.asphome.org). ASP is “a relational ministry with carpentry on the side.” Crews of teens and adult leaders will work on one family’s home to make it “warmer, safer and drier.” The mission team stays at a school or community center, living together and participating in devotional and team building activities.

Any financial help would be greatly appreciated! For more information, please contact Matthew Reed at reed.matthew@gmail.com

To donate to the Mission Trip, please click the button below:

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St Arnold's Society
Jun
11
7:00 PM19:00

St Arnold's Society

LOCATION: NEW REALM BREWING COMPANY

TIME: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 7:00-10:00 PM [wine and oil day]

We will celebrate the Feast Day of Sts Bartholomew and Barnabas with a meeting of the St Arnold's Society on June 11th at New Realm Brewing Company over on the beltline. All are welcome! For more information, please email the new man in charge, Jim Bodington at Jwbodington@gmail.com

ADDRESS: 

550 Somerset Terrace NE, Unit 101
Atlanta, GA  30306

Restaurant: (404) 968-2777

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St Sophia Summer Camp
Jun
3
to Jun 10

St Sophia Summer Camp

DATES: June 3-10, 2018

AGES: 9-17

Saint Sophia’s Retreats offers a Christ centered environment for young women seeking to pursue a life pleasing to God; an environment rich in natural beauty with the fellowship of like-minded souls eager to support one another in their striving to know Christ and develop their God given talents.

While the days are packed full of adventure the retreats are centered around morning and evening prayers. During meal times stories are read about Christian Saints who have lived powerful lives for the sake of Jesus Christ. All week long a service project is developed, then taken into the senior community at the end of camp. The time spent together is an experience of living in Christian Community with sisters who are pursuing a common goal.

During the course of the week all activities are woven together to offer a well rounded experience. Daily activities are structured to inspire young women to return home with a deeper understanding of who they are, and to live life more purposefully. Workshops and activities are fun, invigorating and educational in a hands on approach. Campers participate in activities that may include: ropes course, volleyball, archery, swimming, music, drama, dance, iconography, animal husbandry, and arts and crafts.

If you would like to provided financially for one of our youth to be able to attend the camps, please click on our scholarship button to donate!

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Holy Pentecost
May
26
to May 27

Holy Pentecost

We will celebrate the Feast of Holy Pentecost with Great Vespers on Saturday night at 6PM and Matins and Festal Liturgy at 8:30AM and 10:00AM. Following the Divine Liturgy, we will pray the service for the kneeling prayers of Pentecost.

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St Arnold's Society-Annunciation
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

St Arnold's Society-Annunciation

We will be having our meeting of the St Arnold's Society Monday, April 16th. It is an opportunity for parishioners who love good fellowship, and love good beer to bring the two together on a regular basis. All are welcome! For more information, please email Fr Seth at frseth@saintjohnwonderworker.org

We'll be having out next meeting at Your Pie in Grant Park.

https://yourpie.com/stores/atlanta-grant-park/

Your Pie

275 Memorial Drive SE, Suite B1

Atlanta, Georgia 30312

678-399-3838

http://augustinesatlanta.com/index.html

 

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