Jesse Brandow Missionary to Guatemala Will Lecture at several Churches in WA and OR, November 2014

Jesse Brandow (FB) a graduate of Holy Cross and St Vladimirs will be giving a presentation on his two year missionary experience to Guatemala.  For those unaware Guatemala has had a very large number of Mayan peoples become Orthodox Christians.

To learn more on Orthodoxy in Guatemala: 

An excellent article about the conversion of 300 Mayan Villages can be found at Roads to Emmaus Journal.  Scroll down to Issue #53 and you can order a back issue for $10.

What is God doing in Central America.

Pls contact parish in case of changes and for exact times:

Nov. 2nd in Seattle, WA: Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption — Sunday Divine Liturgy

Nov. 4th in Ellensburg, WA: Prophet Elijah  Antiochian Orthodox Mission — Tuesday evening Vespers

Nov. 5th in Walla Walla, WA:  St Silouan Russian Orthodox Church— Wednesday evening Vespers at 6:30 followed by talk at 7pm

Nov. 6th in Goldendale, WA: Mission Parish — presentation at Thursday evening catechism group  ( I believe Holy Cross Parish in Yakima would have contact info)

Nov. 8th in Roseburg, OR: Greek Orthodox Mission Parish — Saturday morning Divine Liturgy

Nov. 8th in Eugene, OR: St. George Greek Orthodox Church — Saturday evening Vespers

Nov. 9th in Eugene, OR: St. John Serbian Orthodox Church — Sunday Divine Liturgy

Nov. 16th in Tacoma, WA: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church — Sunday Divine Liturgy followed by presentation on missions, featuring Mr. Cliff Argue and Jesse Brandow

Nov. 19th in Arlington, WA: St. Andrew Antiochian Orthodox Church — Wednesday evening Vespers

Nov. 23rd in Shoreline, WA: Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church — Sunday Divine Liturgy


Flyer for Missionary Visit-page-0

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An Orthodox Christian, whose interests also include, GO, Square Dancing, hiking, exploring, swimming, kayaking, cooking, history, board games. I am the Editor of OrthodoxNorthwest which I hope benefits readers in the NW. I do post Romanian, Greek and Slavic info but I cannot read any of them - hey, I am an American. Would appreciate hearing from readers of the blog. Χριστός Ανέστη! (Anthony)
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