Saturday, March 26th, 2022 12:30 - 5:00 pm
Keynote Speaker: The V. Rev. Fr. Josiah B. Trenham St. Andrew Antiochian Church, Riverside, CA
Before March 13th: $10 adult/$5 child
After March 13th: $15 adult/$10 child
Please see the sign up (link below) to RSVP by March 13th and for further details on hosting and/or attending the tea. For help with the form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about the tea, contact Lia Blomgren at 810-813-4092.
Please save the date for this annual event to connect with one another and have the opportunity to hear from a knowledgeable speaker on the Orthodox faith.
Presbytera Eugenia will be briefing the book, selling it and signing it on Sunday, March 27, 2022, during the Agape meal after Liturgy around 12:00 noon. Please Join us.
The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ are central events in our salvation. Yet few Christians have a good grasp of the first-century historical and religious context in which the Crucifixion took place, nor of its true significance for the people of that time-and hence for our time as well. Biblical scholar and attorney Dr. Jeannie Constantinou puts modern readers in the center of the events of Christ's Passion, bringing the best of modern scholarship to bear while keeping her interpretation faithful in every particular to the Orthodox Tradition.
Eugenia Constantinou holds a Bachelor's Degree in Religious Studies (1980) and a Master of Arts degree in Practical Theology from the University of San Diego (1992). She received a Master of Theology degree from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in 1996 where she specialized in Orthodox Theology and Patristics. She also received a Master of Theology from Harvard Divinity School in 1998 where she specialized in the New Testament. She had also previously earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1985 and has been a member of the California Bar since that same year. Dr. Constantinou received her Ph.D. at Université Laval, Quebec City, Canada, in 2007, writing her doctoral dissertation on Andrew of Caesarea and the Apocalypse in the Ancient Church of the East.Dr. Constantinou has been teaching Biblical Studies and Early Christianity at the University of San Diego since 2002. Previously she taught New Testament at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology from 1998-1999. She has led bible studies, taught and lectured on the Bible and Orthodoxy at parishes, conferences, retreats and seminars for over thirty years. She is married to Fr. Costa, who is a Greek Orthodox priest, and is simply Mom to son Christopher.
Join our volunteers for cooking and cleaning the kitchen afterwards at St. Anthony on Wednesday, March 16th.
Volunteers can join anytime from 2:30 PM - 6 PM to serve the spaghetti and Costco rotisserie chicken into 125-150 disposable "clam shell" containers. St. Anthony is located at 2825 Merton Ave., San Diego 92111.
Another group is needed to take the food downtown and help give meals to homeless individuals at 6:00 PM near 16th St. and Island Avenue, San Diego. We are looking for people from any of our San Diego Orthodox Christian Churches who would like to help Anthony prepare the food, clean the kitchen, put the food into the containers and/or take it downtown and/or hand it out to our brothers and sisters in Christ. If you would like to volunteer, please call or text Anthony at 619-987-3246
Patty Diaz Director,
FOCUS San Diego
Invites you to join us for our Church Consecration by Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, 2022 at 2825 Merton Avenue San Diego, California 92111
Be Renewed O New Jerusalem Be renewed, O New Jerusalem, for your light has come and the glory of the Lord has shown on you. This house, the Father has created, this house, the Son has established, this house, the Holy Spirit has renewed; so let us celebrate in hymns and praise in Psalms this divine feast, the renewal of sacred things and we shall obtain the mercy of the Savior and Lord.
Saturday June 25, 2022 @ Church
Sunday, June 26, 2022