Tag Archives: Real Break

17 Stages of Real Break

1. You stay up until midnight anxiously waiting for registration to open.   2. And when it does, you’re the first to register. 3. Then you’re confirmation email comes, and you’re like… 4. But now it’s time to fundraise! 5. And when you reach your fundraising goal… 6. You suddenly realize Real Break isn’t for […]

My Real Break Story: Student Reflections

Students think back on their Real Break trips from last spring.   “Through this mission, God revealed to me Orthodox Christians pursuing the Truth in every aspect of life. It filled me with joy to be shown that at every corner of the United States, despite Orthodoxy being an overwhelming minority, God is worshiped in […]

12 Reasons To Go On Real Break

1. Spend your spring break in service to others and worship to Christ instead of on the couch watching Netflix and scrolling through Facebook!   2. Meet other Orthodox Christians from around the world!   3. Travel somewhere you’ve never been before one of our eight trips!   4. Try new food, hear a new […]

My OCF Story: Lindsey Birdsall

In this series, “My OCF Story,” alumni share their experiences from their time in OCF and its impact on their transition and life in the post-grad real world. My name is Lindsey Maria Birdsall and I am a proud OCF alum. I studied English and Political Theory at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and […]

Real Break 2016 Registration is Open

Registration for the 2016 Real Break season is now open. Dates and Locations are as follows: Constantinople: February 26 – March 5, 2016 Romania: March 4-12, 2016 Jerusalem: March 4-12, 2016 New Orleans: March 7-12, 2016 Alaska: March 12-19, 2016 Cleveland: March 14-18, 2016 Guatemala: March 19-26, 2016 Thessaloniki: March 18-26, 2016 To access the Registration Page click HERE

How Real Break Changed My Life

Real Break, a program of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship, provides week-long service and pilgrimage trips for college students over spring break. Real Break is built on four pillars of fellowship, education, worship and service. As an alternative option to the modern day spring break, Orthodox college students are given the opportunity to travel the world while growing to understand […]