Chicago Synergy announces annual Symposium October 18
CHICAGO, IL [MW Diocese Communications] — Chicago’s Orthodox Christian Synergy will hold its annual Symposium at Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, 5701 North Redwood Drive, Chicago on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
The theme of the annual gathering is “Operation Thy Kingdom Come: How Do We Live Our Faith in a Secular Age?” The theme will underscore how the Kingdom of God has power to take back His People from the secular world and fill the empty secular heart.
His Grace, Bishop Anthony of the Antiochian Orthodox Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest will be the keynote speaker. Born and raised in Ironwood, MI, he attended the University of Michigan, where he received his BA in Literature, Science and the Arts, having a double major in History and English literature. He attended Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Yonkers, NY.
Registration and payment prior to October 9 is only $35.00. (Husband and wife couples: $50.) From October 10 –18, the cost is $40.00 per person. High School and College Students will receive a discounted rate of $20.00. Registration includes coffee service and lunch.
For more information, please visit Synergy’s web site — www.chicagosynergy.org/symposium.html — or call 847-647-8880 or 630-230-0079. A flyer in PDF format may be downloaded here.
Orthodox Christian Synergy includes clergy and lay representative of Chicago-area Orthodox Christian parishes who seek to project awareness of Orthodox Christianity to the public at large. Synergy works together with its parent organization, the Orthodox Christian Clergy Association of Greater Chicago, and with the blessings of the Chicago area Orthodox hierarchs.