Situated at the beginning of the school year, Orthodox Awareness Month is a time to raise awareness of OCF within the Orthodox community, and spread awareness of Orthodoxy among non-Orthodox individuals. Discover below the events planned for this October!
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October 3rd is College Student Sunday.
In conjunction with Orthodox Awareness Month, the Assembly of Canonical Bishops has designated the first Sunday of October, along with Orthodox Awareness Month, as a way for parishes to recognize their college students and financially support the ministry of OCF. On this Sunday, we ask that your parish allows a student to share their OCF story and experiences. We also ask that a collection is made to support this vital ministry.
Grab your chapter and non-Orthodox friends and join OCF for these two virtual events. Register now before they fill up!
Slavery on the 21st Century College Campus: A talk about slavery to sin and servanthood to Christ
Presented by Fr. John Parker, Dean of St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
Thursday, October 28 | 8PM EST
Click here to register.
Salt & Light: Honoring Christ in Our Hearts by Living With a Missionary Ethos
Presented by Fr. Stephanos and Pres. Alexandra Ritsi
Thursday, October 7 | 8PM EST
Weekly Discord Events
Social Media Contest
Participate with your chapter. If you don’t have one, you can join us too!
The weekly themes will follow OCF’s four pillars.
- Service – Week 1
- Worship – Week 2
- Fellowship – Week 3
- Education – Week 4
During OAM we encourage chapters and individuals without a chapter to share photos each week reflecting on the weekly theme. Each post shared will enter participants into a drawing for some great OCF swag! Winners will be announced on November 1.
- Chapters must post on their Instagram page.
- Must be a feed post (no stories, reels, etc.)
- Posts must include the hashtag #OrthodoxAwarenessMonth and tag @OCFministry.
- Each post counts as one entry
- There will be two drawings:
- A drawing for Chapters with first, second, and third places.
- A drawing for Individuals Without a Chapter with first, second, and third places.