Reception to Honor Inauguration of President Fr. Christopher Metropulos

Reception to Honor Inauguration of President Fr. Christopher Metropulos


The Board of Directors and Partners of the Orthodox Christian Network cordially invite you and a guest to a reception in honor of Our Founding Father, The Very Reverend Christopher T. Metropulos, following his Presidential Inauguration at Hellenic College Holy Cross in Brookline, MA. The reception will take place 7:00 PM on October 30th, 2015 at Dowd Hall, Hellenic College Holy Cross.

During the reception, guests will enjoy a VIP Presidential Tour of the campus, view the new Media Ministry Lab, and have an opportunity to donate toward our new Work Study Scholarship Program that will make it possible for HCHC students to learn 21st century digital media skills by working for the leading Orthodox media organization globally. In the words of Father Chris, “The potential we have at HCHC to produce and nurture the next generation of servant leaders and prepare them for digital media ministry is without parallel.”

Guests will enjoy a private screening of “Pistevo,” an inspirational documentary about the power and beauty of Orthodox iconography. This film is an excellent example of the potential of digital media for sharing the Orthodox faith. The Work Study Scholarship featured at the reception will help young Orthodox Christians begin acquiring the tools to create this kind of meaningful outreach.

The reception will also honor the 2015 OCN Hero Award recipient. With your love for Father Chris and our ministry, opportunity abounds to spread ‘Sparks of Goodness’ to millions more around the globe for years to come.  Wine and Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. To RSVP and make a donation in support of these initiatives, click here. For more information, call the OCN main office at 954-522-5567.

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