Orthodox Christian Fellowship
In 2004, Fordham formed a chapter of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship. The Orthodox Christian Fellowship is a pan-Orthodox organization of college students who meet for fellowship, worship, and support at colleges and universities across the country. In addition to worship services, the group hosts speakers and performs charitable outreach.
2013-14 Executive Board:
Christopher Awad, FCRH '14
James Florakis, FCRH '15
Alexander Kuvshinoff, Gabelli '16
Michael Palamara, Gabelli '15
Maria Pappas, FCRH '15
Jennah Shahid, Gabelli '15
Starting at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 14th
and continuing biweekly, OCF will have its first LOGOS
meetings are gatherings where students can pray together, talk about the week, and try to grow together in our faith.
Please join us for some down time with free food and good company. For more information, please contact Michael Palamara at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, November 16th,
OCF will sponsor a trip to the Emmaus House in Harlem to volunteer by helping prepare and serve food to the homeless.
The next meeting and services for the 2013-2014 academic year will be Tuesday, November 19th, 2013, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
in the Blue Chapel of Keating Hall on the Rose Hill Campus.
OCF students volunteer at Emmaus House of Harlem, an Orthodox-sponsored house of care.
For more information about Fordham's chapter or to be added to the email list, please contact Fr. Elias Villis
(914-967-2838), who serves as the OCF chaplain.
The Orthodox Christian Fellowship meets thanks to the support of Fordham's Office of Campus Ministry
Visit to Emmaus House, October 26, 2013