Diocesan News

Upcoming Events within the Life of Our Diocese

May 17, 2017

Diocean Council

Meeting

  Diocesan Chancery

  Bronxville NY

  11:00 a.m.

 

 

May 18, 2017

Presbyters Council

Meeting

  Diocesan Chancery

  Bronxville NY

  11:00 a.m.

 

 

June 4-17, 2017

Pentecost Pilgrimage

to the Holy Land

with

Archbishop Michael

information >

 

 

June 10, 2017

   Music Workshop

    for Children

  Our Lady of Kazan Church

  Sea Cliff NY

event registration >

 

 

June 24, 2017

NY State Deanery

Parish Council

Conference

 

 

August 20, 2017

NY State Deanery

Clergy Family Picnic

Lansing NY

 

 

August 26, 2017

   Annual Bike Ride

               for

  St. Andrew’s Camp

   details >

 

 

August 26, 2017

NY State Deanery

Church School

Conference

Elmira Heights NY

 

 

September 5-6, 2017

Annual Clergy

Conference

Wappingers Falls NY

 

 

September 23, 2017

  Dance Performance by

 the Tamburitzans

Clifton NJ

4:00 p.m.

event flyer >

on-line tickets >

 

 

October 6-8, 2017

   Annual Conference:

   The Brotherhood of

   Saint Moses the Black

      “Closer to Christ,

   Closer to Each Other”

Princeton NJ

event flyer >

 

 

November 1-2, 2017

DIOCESAN

ASSEMBLY

Endicott NY
 

DIOCESAN BENEFACTOR PROGRAM

What is a Distinguished Diocesan Benfactor?

In order to fund necessary ministries and fulfill the work of the Church in the Diocese of New York and New Jersey, Distinguished Diocesan Benefactors generously contribute financial support.  Their contributions are voluntary, significant, and arise from thankfulness and gratitude to God for blessings received.

Through their generosity the diocese obtains much needed funding to build up and nourish the Body of Christ (His Holy Church).  Without them, many essential ministries would simply go unfunded and unattended.

 

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What essential ministries do they support?

During the year 2011, Distinguished Diocesan Benefactors support three major initiatives.  They select how the diocese will use their contributions by designating the initiative of their choice:

Support A Mission Parish

Scholarship Our Seminarians

Help An Existing Parish

Who is a Distinguished Diocesan Benefactor?

Perhaps you … if God has richly blessed you!

 

“Please consider becoming a Distinguished Diocesan Benefactor!  By offering a sacrificial gift of $500, $1,000, $2,500,  $5,000 or whatever you are able this year, you will enable our Diocese to financially support a vitally important ministry of your choice.”

“May the Lord bless and keep you
in His loving care!”

~ Bishop +Michael ~

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BECOME A DISTINGUISHED DIOCESAN BENEFACTOR TODAY!

 

HOW DO I BECOME A DISTINGUISHED DIOCESAN BENEFACTOR?

Your generous support is what being a Distinguished Diocesan Benefactor is all about.  Your love, your prayers, and your sharing of the riches with which you have been blessed make it all possible.  You may contribute by check using the donation form included on the brochure available for download (above) and sending it to us by mail.  Or, you may contribute now on-line using your credit card.  For your convenience and safety, our credit card donations are processed through Payment Processing Consultants to ensure security and protect your transaction.

 

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 To learn more about the Diocese of New York and New Jersey and the upcoming events with the life of our Diocese, please click on the link below which will take you to the website for

The Diocese of New York and New Jersey:

http://www.nynjoca.org/

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His Grace, Bishop Michael

Bishop Michael presents a series of talks on matters of faith, belief, and the teachings of the Church. These instructional videos are concise and “to the point,” offering Orthodox Christians much-needed information, helpful advice for their spiritual journey, and assistance in answering questions that may come from non-Orthodox friends or acquaintances.

The goal is that we might better know and better live our faith.

The entire “Lessons in Our Faith” series is available through a special link by simply clicking below: 

http://www.nynjoca.org/lessons_in_our_faith.html