Shaped by a life of service to Christ’s Church, Fr. Christopher has dedicated himself to using all the tools God has placed at his disposal to spread the light of Orthodoxy across America. As Founding Father and host of the Orthodox Christian Network (OCN) and the “Come Receive The Light” national Orthodox Christian radio program, he shepherds a dynamic and rapidly expanding ministry bringing joy, hope, and salvation in Jesus Christ to millions of listeners on Internet and land-based radio around the world in more than 130 countries. Fr. Christopher is the former President of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology and Parish Priest of Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Having a Hard Time Staying Connected with God?: Let’s talk live with Fr. Stavros and Fr. Chris
Join Fr. Christopher Thomas Metropulos and Fr. Stavros Akrotirianakis for a #myOCN Online Community discussion. Limited availability. This program is generously brought to you by the James and Joanne Mitchell Foundation. If you would like to attend, please register HERE to receive sign-in instructions. Thursday, April 30th, at 4:00 pm EST
“Let’s Talk” 45-minute interactive video session on Zoom with limited availability for two-way discussion. We will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page. Join us and thousands online for prayers and discussion. Families are welcome, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions.
More about Fr. Stavros
Fr. Stavros Akrotirianakis has been a priest since 1998, and has served the St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Tampa since 2004. Fr. Stavros has been a director for St. Stephen’s Summer Camp for the Metropolis of Atlanta for nearly 20 years. He has also written a daily message called “The Prayer Team” since February 2015. Father Stavros has authored four books—“Let All Creation Rejoice: Reflections on Advent, the Nativity and Epiphany”; “The Road Back to Christ: Reflections on Lent, Holy Week and the Resurrection”; “Blessed is the Kingdom, Now and Forever: Reflections on the Divine Liturgy”; and “Let Us Be Attentive: Reflections on the Sunday and Feast day Scripture Readings of the Orthodox Church.”