Minnesota Eastern Orthodox Christian Clergy Association
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INTRO TO ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY
|WINTER 2023||MONDAYS 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|January 30||God - Holy Trinity|
|February 06||Mankind - Creation, the Fall, Messiah|
|February 13||Christ I - Incarnation, Theotokos, Saints|
|February 20||Christ II - His Work & Teachings|
|March 06||Church I - Birth, Mission, Structure|
|March 13||Church II - Tradition, Bible, Creeds, Councils|
|March 20||Sacraments I - Baptism, Chrismation, Confession|
|March 27||Sacraments II - Eucharist, Unction (Liturgy, Worship, Prayer)|
|April 03||Sacraments III - Marriage, Ordination (& Monasticism)|
|April 24||The Goal - Second Coming & Living the Christian Life|
|May 01||Orthodoxy in America, Jurisdictions, Missions|
Click Here to Register: https://forms.gle/sVcXqVVenSgfVySa8
Printable Registration Form: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cfob12xvb5m4p7v/2023%20Winter%20Catechism%20Registration%20Form.pdf?dl=0
Please return the printable form to Attn: Fr. Perry, St. George GOC, 1111 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105 or email it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suggested Books: Introducing the Orthodox Church by Fr. Anthony Coniaris; The Orthodox Church by Bishop Kallistos Ware; The Orthodox Way by Bishop Kallistos Ware; Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy: Finding the Way to Christ in a Complicated Religious Landscape by Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Location: St. George GOC (1111 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105) or online via Zoom. Links will be emailed before the course begins.
Sponsored by the: Minnesota Eastern Orthodox Christian Clergy Association (www.meocca.org)
Coordinator: Fr. Perry Kallis (email@example.com)(651-222-6220)
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Fr. Paul Hodge, President
Fr. Mircea Vasciu, Treasurer
|What is MEOCCA?
MEOCCA is an association of local Orthodox clergy and Church leaders, which provides a forum for coming together in fellowship and liturgically to symbolize the sacramental and theological unity of the various Orthodox jurisdictions beneath their episcopal divisions.
When does MEOCCA come together liturgically?
The parishes represented by MEOCCA come together regularly in worship, specifically at:
MEOCCA meets regularly to:
Through the contributions of the Orthodox Faithful in the Twin Cities region, MEOCCA is able to offer financial support to: