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About Us
Registration Form
News amp; Events
DFW Lenten Retreat March 7-9
Pan-Orthodox Vespers Schedule
3 Evening Retreat Feb. 23-25 in McKinney
NTOM Conference Jan. 31-Feb. 1 in DFW Area
Oct. 30 Lecture: Christian Tradition in a #8220;Postmodern World #8221;
Orthodox Questions?
Journey to Orthodoxy
Talk To A Priest
Contact NTOM
Support New Local Women #8217;s Monastery
Monastery friends is a group dedicated to the support of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ Women's Monastery in Texas. With the blessings of His Beatitude Metropolitan Jonah and His Eminence Archbishop Dmitri, the birth of this new monastery has begun with a search for a location and a building. Learn more.
DFW Lenten Retreat March 7-9
Download the flyer聽for this retreat.
Posted March 7, 2014
Pan-Orthodox Vespers Schedule
(Sundays during Great Lent 鈥撀6 p.m.)
March 9聽鈥 Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Dallas
March 16聽鈥 St. Peter鈥檚 Antiochian Orthodox Church, Ft. Worth
March 23聽鈥 Sts. Constantine amp; Helen Antiochian Orthodox Church, Dallas
March 30聽鈥 St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Ft. Worth
April 6聽鈥 St. Seraphim Orthodox Cathedral, Dallas
A Lenten meal is served after Vespers.聽
Posted February 22, 2014
3 Evening Retreat Feb. 23-25 in McKinney
Download the flyer聽for details.
Posted January 28, 2014
NTOM Conference Jan. 31-Feb. 1 in DFW Area
Orthodox Christian Perspectives
The Hidden Joy of Christian Living:
Sharing Christ #8217;s Love with Our Neighbor
January 31, 2014
at St. Peter Orthodox Christian Church, Ft. Worth
Dinner 6:00 p.m., Program 7:00 p.m. 鈥 9:00 p.m.
February 1, 2014
at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Dallas
Coffee 8:30 a.m., Program 9:00 a.m. 鈥 1:00 p.m.
Learn more by reading our Flyer
Bishop Gregory of Nyssa
Primate of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA
Fr. Maximus Cabey
St. Matthew OCA
(Green Bay, WI)
Bishop Gregory, before becoming a priest and bishop, worked for 20 years as a researcher in the field of cardiology. After taking a mission trip to Alaska, he felt the calling to pursue the priesthood. He received the M.Div. from Holy Cross seminary in 2006 and was ordained a priest in 2007. As an Ierokyrix and a Confessor, he has provided spiritual direction to the clergy and faithful of the metropolis of Atlanta. With an affinity for youth ministry and a skilled administrator he oversaw all the youth programs in the Metropolis of Atlanta. Bishop Gregory was elevated to the episcopate in 2012.
Fr. Maximus, a graduate of St. Vladimir, was ordained to the holy priesthood on the Feast of the Universal Exaltation of the Cross by Metropolitan Jonah on September 14th 2010. In 2011 Father was appointed the new Rector for St Matthew. In addition to the M. Div., Fr. Maximus has a B.A. in Theology and Mental Health and Human Services from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Fr. Maximus has been involved in pastoral ministry and teaching for the past 23 years.
Posted January 22, 2014
Oct. 30 Lecture: Christian Tradition in a #8220;Postmodern World #8221;
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013 7pm
Archpriest John Erickson
Former Dean and Professor
St. Vladimir #8217;s Orthodox Theological Seminary
Location of Public Address:
St. Seraphim Orthodox Cathedral
4208 Wycliff, Dallas, Texas 75219 (530 ) 921 1567
About The Presenter:
Fr. John H. Erickson is thePeter N. Gramowich Professor of Church History, Emeritus, and former Dean of St. Vladimir鈥檚 Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood NY, where he taught from 1973 until his retirement to Tucson, Arizona, in 2009.
His publications include The Challenge of Our Past: Essays in Orthodox Church History and Canon Law; The Quest for Unity: Orthodox and Catholics in Dialogue; Orthodox Christians in America: A Brief History; as well as over sixty published articles and book chapters.
Since retiring, Fr. John has kept busy with speaking engagements and with serving assignments throughout the Southwest. As needed, he also gives a 14-unit online course in church history as part of the Diaconal Vocations Program of the Orthodox Church in America.
A Brief Summary of the Evening Presentation:
Cultural historians, social theorists, philosophers, literary critics and many others refer to our world today as 鈥減ostmodern.鈥 They do so to call attention to a cultural shift that is as far-reaching as it is profound. Much of what the 鈥渕odern world鈥 took for granted is now being called into question. Suspect, among other things, is the metanarrative, the big story, the 鈥渢otalizing narrative schema鈥 that claims to present transcendent and universal truth. In this new cultural context, what place is there for the 鈥渂ig story鈥 offered by historic Christianity? What word of hope does Christian Tradition have to offer men and women today, who are skeptical about the claims and promises of the past and at the same time anxious about the future?
A Second Opportunity:
In addition another presentation #8212; a bit less public however #8212; carrying a provocative title, will be offered by Fr. Erickson on Wednesday, October 30 at approximately 12 noon: #8220;Does Christian Marriage Have a Future? #8221; Here Fr. John will explore aspects of marriage that challenge Orthodox Christians each day. Members of the Church are certainly invited, but will be asked to leave afterwards for an informal Q amp; A between Fr. John and visiting clergy. This talk will be held at the Cathedral as well.
Posted October 29, 2013
IOCC Fundraising Dinner, October 20, 2013 in Dallas
Please join me at the annual International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC, fundraiser dinner on Sunday, October 20th, held this year at:
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
13555 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, Texas 75240
For more information, download the Flyer.
This is not a religious event, nor a political one, but an effort for a worthy cause, with high level impact. About 92 cents of every dollar donated to IOCC goes to the actual charitable effort, making IOCC one of the most efficient charities in the USA, much more efficient than many of the more well-known charities. IOCC has been involved in international relief efforts in such places as Syria, Ethiopia, Serbia, Russia, amongst other places in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
IOCC is fortunate such that out of every $1 donated, $7 (not a typo) is generated toward relief efforts, due to existing grant and philanthropic relationships.
We are also trying to set up a silent auction. If you have valuable memorabilia that you wish to donate, please contact me.
If you wish to sponsor a dinner table, or partially underwrite the event, please contact me. Sponsors will be given recognition at the dinner.
If you have ideas for best practices on how to make this event even more successful than last year, please聽contact聽Michael Petridis.
We expect our first committee meeting on Wednesday evening, 7pm, October 2nd, at Holy Trinity. Come join us!
Thank you for your time and consideration!
Why not donate $1 to make $7?
Please pass the word.
Posted October 6, 2013
#8220;The Theotokos as Model for Our Lives #8221; Retreat at The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ Monastery
The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ Monasteryp
Invites you to a Fundraising Retreat聽in Dallas聽to benefit the building the new
Retreat Center聽with guest Speaker Dr. Eugenia Constantinou (Presvytera Jeannie)
Full of Grace
The Theotokos as Model for Our Lives:
A Historical, Theological and Iconographic Journey.p
With Dr. Eugenia Constantinou
University of San Diego
What do we聽REALLY聽know about the Theotokos? Perhaps we imagine her as simple and submissive? Could she have been ardent or assertive?聽 Was she always passive and accepting or might she have been a perfectionist?聽 Considering the difference between daily life in first century Palestine and daily life in 21st century America, how can the Theotokos possibly serve as a spiritual example for modern men and women? Is she a realistic role model or an unattainable ideal?p
Part 1聽- Life or Legend? Theology or Piety? What do we really know about the Theotokos and why don #8217;t we know more? How important was the Theotokos in the early Church and why?p
Part 2聽- Extraordinary Exemplar: A reflection on the life of the Theotokos through the iconography of the Church. Spectacular icons will illustrate her life and help us gain new insights into how she can be a paradigm for us to follow.p
When:聽聽 Friday, March 08, 2013
Time:聽聽聽聽 6:PM #8211; 8:30 pm
Where:聽聽Bent Tree Country Club
聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 5201 Westgrove Dr
聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Dallas, TX 75248-2044p
Cost $30 per person for Dinner
(Family Tables are available)
Reservations are needed and are聽due by Monday March 4th, so Reserve your seats now.p
Submit Payment via check or money order by mail to:p
Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ Monastery
P.O.Box 426
Kemp, TX 75143p
You may also get payment to Reader Daniel Rudder with St. Seraphim Cathedral. For more information please visit the Monastery Website or call the Monastery at聽903-498-4474聽or Reader Daniel at聽469-556-6179.p
Click Here聽to download information.p
Mother Barbara
Posted February 26, 2013
March 11-13 Retreat in McKinney, TX
Three-Evening Retreat
March 11-13, 2013聽聽聽聽聽聽 Monday ~ Wednesday
Download the Flyer
Part 1: From His Birth to the Crossing of the Red Sea
A Patristic journey into the wealth of spiritual nourishment for our 21st Century lives, hidden beneath the historical account of his life
Keynote Speaker:
Fr Demetrios Carellas
St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, McKinney, TX
Nightly Schedule:
5:30 PM Vespers in Church.
Light meal to follow in Church hall
7:00 to 8:30 PM Presentation in Lecture hall
across the street, with Q amp; A and Fellowship
Everything is FREE, but please RSVP!
For planning purposes, please RSVP with names and/or # #8217;s of people
attending to Priest Seraphim Holland
(phone/text/email #8211; or 972.658.5433)
by Saturday, March 9th
If you do not RSVP, come anyway!
Our church hall will be available at all times to you.
Posted February 9, 2013
Conference in Dallas Feb. 22-23: Orthodox Christian Perspectives
To register for the conference, sign up here.
You can also download an NTOM Poster 8.5 #215;11 Flyer聽or an 11 #215;17 Flyer.
#8220;How to talk with your children and聽grandchildren about God #8221;
鈥淚 am a representative of Christ to all the children in my life.鈥
From The One Thing Needful: Meditation for the Busy Orthodox Woman
by Colette D. Jonopoulos, Light and Life Publishing
Friday February 22, 2013
6:00 pm 鈥 9:00 pm
St. Barbara OCA
5201 Alta Mesa Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76133
6:00 pm聽聽聽聽 Opening
6:45 pm聽聽聽聽 Welcome and opening prayer
鈥淚ndoctrination in the public schools and how it conflicts with our Orthodox Faith鈥 by Fr. Daniel Keller
鈥淪haring the Gospel with Our College Students鈥 by Fr. Nick Hadzellis
鈥淭alking to God about our children before we talk with our children about God鈥 by Fr. Justin Frederick
Saturday February 23, 2013
8:30 am 鈥 1:00 pm
Holy Trinity GOC
13555 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, TX 75240
8:30 am聽聽聽聽聽 Registration and Coffee hour
9:00 am聽聽聽聽聽 Welcome and opening prayer
鈥淭he Conflict That Never Was 鈥 How Science and Christianity Can Live Together In Harmony鈥 by Fr. Vasile Tudora
鈥淭eaching children about keeping their faith in the context of being a minority religion in America鈥 by Deacon Clint Sharpley
鈥淭alking to God about our children before we talk with our children about God鈥 by Fr. Justin Frederick
鈥淎s we pray, so we believe, so we pray.鈥
From Giver of Life, the Holy Spirit in Orthodox Tradition,
by Fr. John W. Oliver, Paraclete Press
These events are free to all. Children are especially welcome but we have no child care available.
Posted February 3, 2013
Pan-Orthodox Sunday Vespers, 6 pm
Please join us for pan-Orthodox vespers!
March 24 鈥 Holy Trinity GOC, Dallas
March 31 鈥 St. Peter AOC, Ft. Worth
April 7 鈥 St. John the Baptist GOC, Euless
April 14 鈥 St. Demetrios GOC, Ft. Worth
April 21 鈥 St. Seraphim Orthodox Cathedral OCA, Dallas
You may find the addresses of these parishes here.
Posted January 24, 2013
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