By Fr. Stephen Freeman, pastor of St. Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, TN. “For there is a shame that brings sin; and there is a shame which is glory and grace.” (Sirach 4:21) There is a popular definition of shame that describes it as “how we feel about who we are.” Along with this …
Presented by Gregory M. Weston, Trustee of Democracy Prep New York Schools The Challenge Communities of Color (COC) in the U.S. are challenged today as never before. The disparate impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on Communities of Color have laid bare the existing inequities in our healthcare system. Prior to the pandemic chronic health …
October 9, 2020 Protocol 10/007 Fellowship of Saint Moses the Black 2020 Annual Conference To the Reverend Fathers and Esteemed Faithful present, Christ is in our midst! With this letter, I greet all of the attendees of the 2020 Conference of the Fellowship of Saint Moses the Black, I congratulate all of the conference organizers, …
Orthodox Christian Fellowship, and CrossRoad Summer Institute hosted a discussion with Fr. Turbo Qualls about activism as an Orthodox Christian, as part of OCF’s Open Discussions on Race series.
Mother Katherine, Fr. Paul Abernathy, Fr. Turbo Qualls, Dn. John Gresham, and Dn. Jonathan Reavis take your questions on the hard topics of racial reconciliation. The discussion was facilitated by Dn. Adam Roberts and the Antiochian Orthodox Department of Missions & Evangelism.
Fr. John Chryssavgis of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America speaks with Mother Katherine, Fr. Dn. John Gresham, & Fr. Dn. Jonathan Reavis about the Orthodox Church and racial reconciliation.
Fr. John Chryssavgis of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America speaks with Fr. Moses Berry and Fr. Turbo Qualls about the Orthodox Church and racial reconciliation.
Orthodox Christian Fellowship, and CrossRoad Summer Institute hosted a discussion with Fr. Paul Abernathy about the spiritual wounds of racism, as part of OCF’s Open Discussions on Race series.
Fr. Turbo discusses prayer, protesting, and the difference between Peter and Paul ministry efforts.
Dn. Adam Roberts is conducting a series of interviews around the issue of racial reconciliation. Today’s interview is with FSMB vice-president Mother Katherine Weston of Indianapolis.