Forefeast of the Meeting of Our Lord
Martyr Tryphon of Campsada near Apamea in Syria (250).
New Hieromartyr Nicholas priest (1938).
St. Brigid of Ireland (523) (Celtic & British).
Dear Readers, I am posting in case anyone is interested in going despite the late notice. I am not sure if tickets are still available. I apologize for the delay. Still looking for assistant editors. : ) Hint Hint.
Update I have been notified walk ins welcome!! Thank you Cliff, you are always helpful!
St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (fb) presents:
Christ is in our midst!
St. Vladimir’s Seminary (SVOTS) is journeying to Seattle in less than two weeks, and tickets are still available! RSVP by Sunday, February 10 to join us in support of SVOTS seminarians, the future leaders of the Church.
The Fête in the Northwest
will be an evening of inspiration and entertainment. Enjoy live music by Seattle-based duo Mr & Mrs Something
and their acoustic folk, bluegrass, and Americana sounds, drinks (cash bar), and eats by Takis Mad Greek Food
. The event will also feature Seminary President Archpriest Chad Hatfield and Amazon’s Rebecca Pagani, chair of the Orthodox Christian Leadership Initiative.
This event is so important because, truthfully speaking, it is about you and the Church. We want you to hear about what St. Vladimir’s Seminary is doing to raise up your next bishop, priest, deacon, choir conductor, youth minister, Sunday school teacher, or iconographer. We want you to hear about how your help sends missionaries to Africa, Guatemala, and other regions of the world still discovering the True Faith, and how authors and scholars go on from Seminary to write and teach the things that God uses to help change lives—maybe even yours. This is about your church and the Church. Purchasing a ticket allows us to cover the cost of putting on this great evening, but your presence and further donation is what gives seminarians the support they need to serve the Body of Christ—you, us, and all who have been baptized into our Lord’s death and resurrection.
The evening kicks off at 7 p.m. at the hall of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org