Oberlin OCF Presents - Fr. Constantine Nasr
Oberlin OCF Presents - Fr. Constantine Nasr - 05/06/16
As part of Oberlin OCF's Spring program, we hosted guest speaker Fr. Constantine Nasr of Oklahima City, NE. On Friday evening, Fr Constantine gave an on-campus presentation The Co-existance of Jews, Christians and Musilms in the Holy Land. The following day he led a workshop The Journey Through the Divine Liturgy at St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Lorain.
Oberlin College Connections Fair
Our OCF booth was present ar this year's Oberlin College Connections Fair. This fall event is offered as an opportunity for all student organizations to advertise there groups. Fr Basil Stoyka and Subdeacon THeophan were on hand to provide new students with information about OCF and also handed out our famous backscratchers!
New Student Orientation / Connection Fair
Again, we will be participating with “Welcome Table” on the grounds of Wilder Bowl and receive our free Backscratcher! This is a great opportunity for all students to learn about and connect with religious groups in the Greater Oberlin area. Please visit us, and receive your free Backscratcher!
One of the services that we offer not only to our Orthodox students, but also to the entire student body is to bring in guest speakers to talk to the students about topics both spiritual and practical.
Past Speakers we have brought to Oberlin include:
Archpriest Peter Gillquist, Missionary & Author
Archpriest Constantine Nasr, Author
Frederica Mathewes-Green, Author
Dennis Bell, Iconographer
Archpriest Daniel Byantoro, Missionary
Jim Forest, Peace Advocate & Author
Prof. Kyriacos C. Markides, Author
Archpriest Patrick Henry Reardon, Author & Speaker
Archpriest Father Michael Oleksa, Author & Professor of Alaska History
Nathan Hoppe, Albanian Missionary
Archpriest Antonio Perdomo, Native Spanish Speaking Missionary
Dr. Eugenia Constantinou, Author & Speaker
Tuesday of the 5th Week
Visit the Online Chapel for more daily readings, hymns, a monthly calendar of saints and feasts, and more.
4:00 PM - Great Vespers followed by the Sacrament of Confession
9:00 AM - 3rd & 6th Hour
9:30 AM - Divine Liturgy
6:00 PM - Great Vespers ( On the Eve of the Feast )
8:30 AM - 3rd & 6th Hour
9:00 AM - Divine Liturgy