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  • YAL Bible Study »

    November 4 - February 10

    Join the Youth & Young Adult League ("YAL") for a weekly bible study via Zoom with Father Kosmas Kallis, where the Book of Acts will be discussed. This event will take place over the course of 12 Wednesdays, starting November 4 thru February 10, with some days skipped for holidays.

  • Halki Summit IV: Series of Webinars on COVID-19 and Climate Change »

    January 26 - January 28

    The pandemic of COVID-19 has permanently affected our planet and altered our lives. The world has wrestled to survive and learned to live with the coronavirus. But what are the lessons that we have learned? What have been the impact on nature and the environment? What have been the implications for healthcare? And what have we understood about the relevance and importance of science?

  • Fanari Winter Camp »

    February 26 - March 1

    Seeing that waiting an entire year for the next session of camp is just too long, Fanari Winter Camp brings all of the fun of Fanari Summer Camp to the winter months. Fanari Winter Camp offers two sessions, the first for Senior GOYAns (High Schoolers) and the second for Junior GOYAns (5th-12th Graders). Our most enjoyable activities include: Worship, Orthodox Life, Winter Olympics, tubing at Wilmot, and much more!

  • 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.

  • 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.