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  • YAL Bible Study »

    February 16 - May 4

    Join the Youth & Young Adult League ("YAL") for a weekly bible study via Zoom with Father Kosmas Kallis and Chrysanthy Tiggas, MDiv, where the Book of Exodus will be discussed.

  • His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael’s Lenten Liturgical Calendar 2021 »

    March 6 - April 25

    Great Lent is the Church’s 40-day period of preparation for its greatest feast—the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is a most blessed period that draws us closer to God and to each other through prayer, fasting, and charity. Join His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael for prayer at the following liturgical services.

  • His Grace Bishop Timothy's Lenten Liturgical Calendar 2021 »

    April 2 - April 25

    Great Lent is the Church’s 40-day period of preparation for its greatest feast—the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is a most blessed period that draws us closer to God and to each other through prayer, fasting, and charity. Join His Grace Bishop Timothy for prayer at the upcoming Lenten liturgical services.

  • SSCH/Outreach Feed 6 »

    April 17

    Together with the organization Feed6, an Outreach International non-profit organization, Sts. Constantine & Helen will package and distribute 50,000 nutritious meals for local food banks.

  • Orthodox Lecture Series by His Grace Bishop Athenagoras of Merene »

    April 20 - April 24

    With the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael, Spanish speakers are invited to join His Grace Bishop Athenagoras of Merene for a 4-Part Orthodox Lecture Series in person at each parish location or online.

  • 38th Annual Saint John Chrysostom Oratorical and Fine Arts Festival (Virtual) »

    May 8

    The Saint John Chrysostom Oratorical and Fine Arts Festival is a longstanding tradition that provides a unique opportunity for our youth both to learn about their faith and to display their talents in the areas of Speech, Essay, Poetry, Iconography and Vocal Solo (new category as of 2019). Those who are successful at their individual parish festivals are invited to participate at the Metropolitan Festival each spring.

  • Philhellenism Through the Ages »

    May 16

    “Philhellenism Through the Ages,” is a two-part series that will explore the impress and influence of Hellenic culture from antiquity to the present. In part one (February-May), four online conversations with scholars will lay an intellectual and historical foundation for the very idea of Philhellenism and its varied expressions in the past, to think ultimately about how it played a key role in the formation of the modern Greek state.

  • Lighthouse Camp »

    June 26 - July 3

    Lighthouse is a summer camp ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago designed to walk high school seniors through an Orthodox understanding of vocation, and arm them with the tools they need to hold fast to their faith during their college years.

  • 2021 Clergy-Laity Assembly »

    October 7 - October 10

    Please join us for the Metropolis of Chicago's biennial Clergy-Laity Assembly, where our ordained and lay leaders will come together to discuss and decide important matters affecting the life, growth, and unity of the Church, its ministries, finances, and philanthropic concerns. Registration will open online beginning in Spring 2021. More details to follow.