HATFIELD in HOUSTON: Lenten Retreat

Fr Chad Hatfield, shown here setting foot on St Nilus Island (Alaska) back in 2006, will be our Retreat Master for this year’s annual Lenten Retreat at St George Orthodox Church.
[Links to pics from my Alaska trip – here.]

“Life Lessons from the Alaskan Saints”

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Beginning with the Liturgy of Souls at 9:00 A.M; ending with Great Vespers at 4:00 P.M.

Archpriest Chad Hatfield is chancellor of St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, New York. He has experience in various pastoral, teaching and administrative roles, spread over some 30 years of ordained ministry including 16 years of ministry in the Episcopal Church as parish priest, school chaplain, missionary in South Africa, and cathedral dean. He served as founding pastor of All Saints Orthodox Church, Salina, Kansas and as Dean of St Herman’s Seminary, Kodiak, Alaska. Fr Chad also hosts a weekly podcast, Voices From St. Vladimir’s Seminary, on Ancient Faith Radio.

A complete bio may be accessed here.

Registration Form Deadline: March 1, 2009

_____ $15.00 per person ____ $25.00 per couple
Includes: Continental Breakfast & Lunch

Name(s)___________________________________________________
Address______________________________ City__________________ Zip_______________

Phone/email ________________________ Parish_____________________________________

Please send this form with payment (marked Lenten Retreat) to St George Church, 5311 Mercer at Bissonnet, Houston, TX 77005.

Child care available: $5 per child – call the church office to reserve a space (or for more info).

Retreat hosted by St. George Ladies Altar Society and the Fellowship of St John the Divine.

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