Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Orthodox Christian Faith
Religious Traditions

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.

During the academic year, OCF hosts weekly LOGOS gatherings every Tuesday at 5pm where students pray together, talk about the week, and try to grow together in faith. The OCF also hosts speakers and performs charitable outreach at Emmaus House of Harlem, an Orthodox-sponsored house of care.
Liturgies for the 2014-2015 academic year will be held in the Keating Blue Chapel,
Keating Hall, Rose Hill Campus

Please check here for dates and times.

For more information about Fordham's chapter or to be added to the email list, please contact Fr. Elias Villis of the Greek Orthodox Church of Our Savior in Rye, New York,
who serves as the OCF chaplain at or (914-967-2838).

You may also contact the Office of Campus Ministry or the advisors and officers listed below.

2014-15 Executive Board:
Dimitrios Florakis, FCRH '15
Alexander Kuvshinoff, Gabelli '16
Michael Palamara, Gabelli '15
Maria Pappas, FCRH '15
Jennah Shahid, Gabelli '15
Christina Storino, FCRH '17
Deanna Toffales, Gabelli '16

Faculty Advisors:
George Demacopoulos
Aristotle Papanikolaou

For the Liturgy schedule and OCF events please stop by the Campus Ministry office or check upcoming events on this website.

All are welcome!


Fr. Elias Villis, Proistamenos, Church of Our Savior:

Mr. Conor O'Kane,
Director of Interfaith Ministry, Fordham University:

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