October 19 Designated Orthodox College Student Sunday!

The Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops has designated October 19 as Orthodox College Student Sunday in support of Orthodox Christian Fellowship in its work with our college students as they deepen their own faith in Jesus Christ while sharing the Orthodox Tradition with love and humility to their peers on campus.

We ask you to share the work of OCF with your parish by:

  • Sharing the Orthodox College Student Sunday encyclical with your parish on October 19.
  • Supporting the mission of OCF by taking a special collection on College Student Sunday –gifts received before November 30 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000 by a generous donor!
  • Including information on OCF in your Sunday bulletin on October 19. We have prepared bulletin-ready information available on our website at: ocf.net/college-student-sunday

Your parish’s gift is vital to our ministry to serve our young people and actively engage them in their faith.

Thank you for welcoming OCF as a part of your parish family; we greatly look forward to serving our young adults together in Christ.

Andrew N. Abboud
Student Leadership Board Chairman

P.S. Please help us take advantage of this exciting opportunity to make your support go twice as far! Gifts received before November 30 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000.

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