How Do We Share Orthodoxy?

What do we say to non-Orthodox people about Orthodoxy? This is probably the number one question I hear floating around OCF chapters and conversations with young adults. As Orthodox Christians in North America, we are certainly a religious minority, and as college students on diverse campuses, you have been–willingly or not–selected as ambassadors and representatives of […]

Southeast Regional Coordinator

After much prayer and consideration, John Meese (Southeast Regional Coordinator) has made the decision to leave Orthodox Christian Fellowship to pursue other endeavors. He has expressed his gratitude for the many opportunities he has been able to experience during his time with the organization, and OCF is grateful for his sacrificial work on behalf of […]

Congratulations! You’re a Priest!

My understanding of the priesthood perhaps dawned on me at the age of 15, shortly after the funeral of my father. A presbyter descended from a 400-year lineage of clergymen in the Ukrainian Church, my father had a knack for the unconventional. He would take semi-controversial stances for people to more deeply consider their faith; […]

Chapter Feature: Fordham University

The OCF Mid-Atlantic Region retreat was awesome. At the retreat there were over a hundred young adults all with a spiritually-focused mindset. It had a tremendously uplifting vibe and a great environment. We got to meet and bond with students all the way from Maryland, to Boston, and from Jersey to Ohio. It was a […]