Lenten Lecture Series

The Lenten Lecture series continues this year following Wednesday Pre-Sanctified Liturgies. The St. Mark tradition of bringing a sack “lunch” continues as well, but for those who are visiting or who forget their dinner, peanut butter, jelly and bread for sandwiches, as well as hot soup will be provided.

All lectures are following Pre-Sanctified Liturgy.

Lenten Lectures – 2020

March 4th – Richard Reeves  Topic: “Earthquakes and Ottomans: The Hagia Sophia”

March 11th – Carrie Frederick Frost  Topic:  “Orthodoxy and Motherhood: The ways motherhood has been portrayed and understood in the Orthodox tradition; in icons, hymns, homilies, and prayers – Also, the significance of motherhood for our entire community—men and women, mothers or not.”

March 18th – Bill Black  Topic: “The Orthodox Church in Kenya”

April 1st – Bishop Alexis  Topic:  “The Suffering Servant in Isaiah”

April 8th – Pdn. Peter Danilchick  Topic: “Orthodox Christian Leadership”

April 17th – Nicole Roccas – “The Time of Christ and the Eternity of Despondency: Healing an Ancient Ailment in a Modern World.”