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Educational Programs - Clergy Laity 2004

Bulletin Builder

Date: 7/25/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Description: In this session, participants will be introduced to Bulletin Builder, a revolutionary ministry tool that will make creating your Sunday Bulletin a breeze. Participants will be introduced to the basics of using Bulletin Builder as well as its powerful and easy-to use features. By the end of the session, participants will be able to quickly and easily prepare their Sunday Bulletin as a booklet, a beautiful web site, and multimedia email. Bulletin Builder has been developed by the Department of Internet Ministries through the generous vision and support of Leadership 100.

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See above

Adobe Photoshop I: Introduction

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries


Description: This session will explore the basics of Adobe Photoshop - tools (marquis, magic wand, eraser, move tool, magnifying glass, gradient and solid fills), layers, color picker, and text.

Developing a Family-Based Catechetical Program

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Religious Education, Family Ministry
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Dr. Frank Marangos, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Religious Education


Description: Recent studies conclude that the American family is in a state of operational exigency. Data reveals that the sanctity of marriage and family is in a precarious state of spiritual free-fall. Christian concepts like family, marriage, commitment, faith, church, righteousness, and sacrifice have been distorted. As a result of the de-construction of important societal narratives the last 50 years have seen marked increases in juvenile delinquency, discipline problems in school, crime, sexual diseases, unwanted pregnancies, drug use, and suicide! Knowing that marriage and the family constitute one of the most precious of human values, parish programming should be developed to help those who are already aware of the value of marriage and the family and seek to live it faithfully and to those who are uncertain and anxious and searching for the truth. This workshop will examine the process of implementing a family-based parish catechetical program that will assist Orthodox families ward off societal distortions.

Bringing the Church on the College Campus

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Palace
Category: Campus Ministry, Youth and Young Adult
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Fr. George Pyle, Three Hierarchs Church - Champaign, IL
Rev. Fr. Jordan Brown, Transfiguration Church - Austin, TX
Mr. Joe Samra, Administration - National OCF Office - Brookline, MA
Moderator - Rev. Fr. Mark A. Leondis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Youth and Young Adult Ministries
Description: When our young people graduate from High School, Sunday School and Youth Group, too often, they graduate from God. Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is a student lead movement with national guidance which focuses on not only bringing the Church to the college campus, but reintegrating our young people back into the Church. This workshop will focus on how the Orthodox parish (priest, parish council, Philoptochos, young adult ministry, etc), can get involved in a local campus ministry effort.

Living as Family

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Dr. Philip Mamalakis, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care - Holy Cross School of Theology

Description: How do we connect church on Sunday morning with the rest of our week as a family? For many of us, it takes all our effort just to get things together to make it to church on Sunday. This seminar will discuss what it means to be a family that is living by discussing the pressures of everyday life and practical strategies for making the Divine Liturgy the center of, not just Sunday morning, but of the whole of family life.

Parish Accounting and Budgeting

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Royale
Category: Parish Management, Finances
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. John Barbagallo, CPA and Director - Archdiocese Department of Finance
Description: This workshop is recommended for Metropolis and Parish Council Presidents and Treasurers and will present the proper accounting procedures and standards that should be used in day-to-day Church accounting in order to prepare financial statements and budgets in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Also, there will be a short presentation on the new Financial accounting system implemented at the Archdiocese and the new Total Commitment monthly statements each Parish will receive in the near future.

Parish Management Software I: Members, Families, and Mailing Lists

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: This session will look at how computer software can make managing member databases and mailing lists easier for parishes. Topics to be covered include: a) The benefits of computer-based records; b) Software options for churches; c) Converting from a manual basis to a computer-based system; d) The pastoral implications of Orthodox database use in Orthodox Christian parishes; e) Keeping up with postal regulations and discounts. Attendees will also be able to participate in a hands-on demonstration of the member and mailing features of parish management software for Orthodox Churches.

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Adobe Indesign and PDF

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Nektarios Morrow, Archdiocese Dept. of Communications

Description: This session will introduce participants to Adobe InDesign, one of the standards in desktop publishing. Participants will learn the basics of Adobe InDesign as well as importing and laying out text, creating graphics and importing photos and clip art. This session will be focused on how to use the program to create, layout and print a professional-looking weekly bulletin or monthly parish newsletter and finally how to take the completed document and export it as a PDF file for use on your parish web site.

Adobe Photoshop II: Making Photoshop Work for Your Parish

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Description: This session will explore creating graphics for a parish web site. Topics covered will include how to create a header banner; how to optimize content graphics for the web; cropping photographs for displaying on a web site; and creating buttons.

Orthodox Web Site Builder

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Henry Kay, Trainer/Web Developer - www.orthodoxwebbuilder.com
Description: Orthodox Web Builder enables non-technical users to quickly and easily create and maintain a professional-looking Orthodox web site for use in parish ministry and outreach. In this session, participants will learn how to create a visually stunning parish web site within minutes without any programming skills whatsoever. Session participants will also learn how to customize their parish web site by easily adding content, pictures, pre-written articles about the Orthodox faith, and changing the entire design of your parish site on the fly to reflect different liturgical seasons. Orthodox Web Builder is the newest ministry tool from the Department of Internet Ministries.

Using the Archdiocesan Web Site's Tools and Services for Parish Ministry

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Description: The Department of Internet Ministries and the Archdiocesan web site offer a wealth of tools, information, and resources to assist clergy, church schoolteachers, youth workers, and all those involved in the various ministries of a parish. This session will highlight some of the many resources and services available and offer creative and practical strategies on how these can be used to enhance a parish’s ministries and outreach.

Ministering to Intermarried Couples and Their Families: A Pastoral Approach

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Marriage, Family Ministry
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Charles Joanides, Ph.D., LMFT - Archdiocese Dept. of Marriage and Family

Description: If you’ve been challenged with intermarried couples’ needs and concerns, this workshop should prove helpful. Based on results that emerged from the Interfaith Research Project (IRP), participants will be offered an overview of a pastoral approach that should prove useful to their efforts to minister more effectively to this growing population of faithful. To that end, the first part of the workshop will offer a description of an Ecological, Developmental Orthodox Theory that emerged from the IRP. The second part will present some strategies related to effectively working with this population. The third part will feature a case study illustrating the initial information offered in parts one and two.

Philanthropic Ministries in the Parish

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Royale
Category: Social Ministry, Philanthropy, Outreach and Evangelism
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Ms. Marion Avtges, Parish Nurse - Taxiarchae Church - Watertown, MA
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Magoulias, St. Paul Cathedral - Hempstead, NY
Rev. Fr. Christopher Talleos, Holy Cross Church - Middletown, NY
Rev. Fr. Dennis Strouzas, Archangel Michael Church - Roslyn Heights, NY
Moderator, His Grace Bishop Andonios of Phasiane - Director, Archdiocese Dept. of Philanthropy

Description: This workshop will provide participants with brief presentations on unique philanthropic parish ministries. Topics will include Parish Nursing, Grief and Bereavement Ministry, Prison Ministry, and Challenge Ministry.

Outreach and Evanglism in the Small Parish

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Missions, Outreach and Evangelism
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Fr. Luke Uhl, Chancellor - Metropolis of Denver
Rev. Fr. Nektarios Morrow, Holy Cross Church - Wichita Falls, TX
Ms. Katherine Coury, St. John Chrysostom Mission - Stuart, FL
Moderator - Rev. Fr. James Kordaris, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Outreach and Evangelism

Description: This workshop will present methods and tools for ministry in the small parish. The session, divided evenly between presentations and discussion, will cultivate an awareness of the tremendous importance of Outreach & Evangelism in the Small Parish, and of the need to make the Parish a powerful witness and passionate promoter of Orthodox Faith and Tradition.

Gaining Credit By Exam for the Greek Language in Public Schools

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Winter Garden
Category: Greek Education
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Ms. Sofia Petrou, Executive Administrator for School Improvement - Spring Branch ISD, Houston, TX

Description: Participants will learn how a Houston school district awards high school foreign language credit for students who participate in local Greek Language and Cultural schools. The presenter will describe the collaborative process between the Archdiocese and the district to provide Credit By Exam opportunities and meet local and state requirements. The session will include the steps to take when working with school districts and what state guidelines to research for documentation.

Parish Ministries: Grief and Bereavement/Challenge Ministry

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Shubert
Category: Outreach and Evangelism, Social Ministry, Philanthropy
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Mrs. Kay Pamas, Chairman - Grief and Bereavement Support Group - Cathedral of Saint Paul - Hempstead, NY
Mr. Manny and Mrs. Marina Katsoulis - Founders and Coordinators - Challenge Ministry - Archangel Michael Church -
Roslyn, NY
Description: This workshop will focus on two unique ministries of parishes in the New York area. First, Mrs. Pamas will present the focus, history, and methods of the Grief and Bereavement program of the Saint Paul Cathedral. The session “Losing Someone Close” will focus on how this ministry can help people answer the questions “How can I go on?”; Will the pain go away?”; and “Will I recover?”. In the second part of the session, Mr. Manny and Mrs. Marina Katsoulis will present the history and scope of the Challenge Ministry of the Archangel Michael Church. Since May of 1990, on the third Saturday of each month, the Challenge Liturgy has been celebrated at the parish. It is a special Divine Liturgy for physically and mentally challenged Orthodox Christians, their families, friends and members of the church community. This special ministry also includes various events throughout the year that enhance the offering of faith and love.

Planning and Developing a Successful Parish Web Site

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Presenter:
Rev. Father Peter Orfanakos, St. Barbara Church - Orange, CT

Description: If your parish is contemplating developing a web site or is looking to revamp an existing site, then this session is a must. Attendees will learn different strategies and tools available for planning and developing a successful parish web site. Through real-world examples and case studies, participants will learn how to engage in a successful web site initiative for their community.

Parish Email I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies

Description: In an effort to improve the speed and efficiency of its communications efforts, as well as lower costs, the Archdiocese will begin disseminating all communications to parishes and clergy exclusively via email. Through this initiative, every parish and priest will receive a permanent email address through the new "GOARCH Mail" system of the Archdiocese. This session will introduce clergy and parish representatives to the new "GOARCH Mail" system and its features. At the end of the session, participants will know how to use both basic and advanced features of the new system.

Time Out for Family: Bringing the Gospel Alive in the Home

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Ms. Melissa K. Bazos, Resource Coordinator - Archdiocese Dept. of Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Description: Today’s family is being pulled in many different directions. As a result, too often, families are no longer eating together, playing together, praying together or learning about the gospel of Christ. This workshop will explore family time and how we can assist families in developing it. We will introduce a new resource to assist parents in imparting the Gospel message to their children. This resource provides activities, stories, prayers for families based on the Sunday Gospel lessons. Additionally, this workshop will address how to introduce this as a tool for all families.

Designing a Webquest: A Learning Activity Using the Web Space

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Winter Garden
Category: Greek Education
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Prof. Andreas Karatsolis, Writing Director - The Albany College of Pharmacy
Description: This workshop will lead participants in how to expose students to authentic and highly interactive material on the Greek language and culture through the Internet. Students benefit in learning a second language from a communicative /structured approach in the web space. Webquest, an inquiry-oriented activity enables learners to interact with resources on the Internet. This presentation will offer guidelines to teachers and parents for the design of the Webquest model that focuses on Hellenic culture and language.

Parish Development: Raising Funds as a Component of Parish Life

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Palace
Category: Development, Parish Management, Stewardship
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Jerry Minetos, CPA, CFRM - Archdiocese Development Officer
Miss Laura Paulus, CFRM
Description: Parishes are faced with a variety of fundraising needs, from covering the operating budget each year to making building plans a reality. This seminar will introduce the Office of Parish Development, and the assistance it can provide in areas including stewardship, capital campaigns and planned giving.

Foreign Missions in the Local Parish

Date: 7/26/2004
Location: Uris
Category: Missions, Outreach and Evangelism
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Martin Ritsi, Director - Orthodox Christian Mission Center

Description: Foreign Missions in the Local Parish

Parish Email I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 9:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM
Presenters: Presenter:
Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies
Description: See Parish Email I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System

Streaming Audio and Video on Your Parish Web Site

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 9:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Description: Multimedia is one of the most effective and engaging tools for parish ministry, outreach, and education. This session will examine how a parish can add audio and video to their parish web site and onto CD-ROM. Topics covered will include a) basics for capturing audio and video b) an examination of multimedia formats c) preparing multimedia for deployment to a parish web site d) streaming servers and technologies e) software tools for encoding multimedia and preparing it for the web f) setting up live audio and video streaming broadcasts from your parish.

GOARCH Mail Tech Support Training

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 11:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies


Description: This support training session is by invitation only and open to designated Metropolis support representatives who will be local support contacts to assist clergy and parishes in troubleshooting problems with their GOARCH Mail accounts.

Planning and Developing a Successful Parish Web Site (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 11:00:00 AM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Peter Orfanakos, St. Barbara Church - Orange, CT

Description: See Planning and Developing a Successful Parish Web Site

Conducting a Successful Parish Oratorical Festival

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Uris
Category: Religious Education, Youth and Young Adult
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Presvytera Margaret Orfanakos, Director - National Oratorical Festival

Description: Have you ever witnessed an Oratorical Festival, been inspired by the presentations and wonder how this program can flourish in your parish? Although, the Oratorical Festival Manual provides many guidelines for organizing a successful Oratorical Festival, it cannot motivate teenagers to participate - that requires the determination and enthusiasm of the parish director. This session will discuss these and other important components for conducting a successful Oratorical Festival.

Strategies for Successful Relationships

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Dr. Peter M. Kalellis, Director and Founder - Human Growth Center - Westfield, NJ

Description: All humans live in some relationship that is personal, deep, and a potentially beautiful experience. But it can also be a complex, troublesome and painful coexistence when two people feel dissatisfied with the way they relate to each other. There are individuals who are unhappy with themselves, and they bring that unhappiness into their relationships. Unresolved issues of their past—some originating with their families of origin, cultural, political, religious upbringing—unmet needs of the present, or harbored anger could cause a gradual deterioration and eventual death to their relationship. The purpose of this session is to offer choices and strategies for healthier relationships. The participants will be able to identify issues that hurt their interaction with others. Handouts and material will be available which the participants can use either for themselves or for sharing with community leaders for a possible parish project.

Marketing a Unified Faith in Contemporary Society

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Palace
Category: Communications, Parish Management
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Jim Speros, Chief Marketing Officer - Ernst & Young, LLP

Description: This workshop will focus on the marketing of our Archdiocese, Metropolises and Parishes in order that society view the Greek Orthodox Church in America as a complete unified body. The workshop will also offer techniques for developing media contacts and relationships in order to achieve positive press and perceptions. A majority of the time will be allotted for specific questions and detailed answers to marketing concerns nationwide, in the hope that problems and successful solutions will benefit all in attendance.

Enhancing Outreach to Intermarried Couples and Their Families

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Royale
Category: Family Ministry, Marriage
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Charles Joanides, PhD, LMFT - Archdiocese Dept. of Marriage and Family

Description: If you’ve wondered what you should be doing to meet the needs of the growing numbers of intermarried couples and their families filling the pews in your church, this workshop should prove helpful. Here’s a brief overview of its objectives. The first half of this workshop will be devoted to helping participants understand how the changing society in which we are embedded impacts our efforts to reach out effectively to intermarried couples and their families. The second half will offer suggestions, observations, programs and approaches to assist participants in their efforts to reach out more effectively to this growing population of faithful.

Parish Management Software I: Members, Families, and Mailing Lists (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: See Parish Management Software I: Members, Families, and Mailing Lists

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Premarital Pastoral Care: Ministering to Those Planning to be Married

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry, Marriage
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Nicholas Krommydas, St. Demetrios Church - Weston, MA


Description: This workshop will provide an outline of a program of pastoral care for couples who are considering marriage in the Orthodox Church. The purpose of the workshop will be to highlight areas of adjustment and possible conflict and how to address these. Also emphasis will be placed on the differences between pre-marital direction and care and counseling. Participants will be given time for interaction after brief presentation.

Parish Day Schools: Holy Trinity Academy - Dallas, TX

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Shubert
Category: Greek Education, Day Schools
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Miss Leza Chryssovergis, Principal - Holy Trinity Academy

Description: This workshop will focus on the scope and ministry of the parish day school through a presentation of the school of Holy Trinity Academy in Dallas, Texas. Participants will be presented an overview of a community day school where Orthodox Christian faith and life is nurtured and cultural heritage - both American and Hellenic - is appreciated and fostered.

Parish Development: Raising Funds as a Component of Parish Life (Repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Development, Parish Management, Stewardship
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Jerry Minetos, CPA, CFRM - Archdiocese Development Officer
Miss Laura Paulus, CFRM

Description: Parishes are faced with a variety of fundraising needs, from covering the operating budget each year to making building plans a reality. This seminar will introduce the Office of Parish Development, and the assistance it can provide in areas including stewardship, capital campaigns and planned giving.

Parish Management Software II: Pledges, Offerings and Stewardship

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: One of the most important tasks a parish management software program can help with is the recording, tracking and reporting of the many pledges, regular offerings and special contributions that work their way through a church office. This session will look at how computer software can make managing those financial records easier and more reliable. Topics to be covered include: a) Using computer software in parish financial operations; b) Keeping parishioners informed; c) Software options for churches; d) Special concerns for Orthodox parishes, including memorial contributions and building funds; e) IRS regulations for reporting contributions. Attendees will also be able to participate in a hands-on demonstration of the pledge and contributions features of parish management software for Orthodox Churches.

Adobe Photoshop II (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Adobe Photoshop II

Eyes Wide Open: Looking for God in Popular Culture

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Winter Garden
Category: Youth and Young Adult
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Bishop Savas of Troas, Chancellor - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

Description: This workshop will look at the ways - reverent and otherwise - in which God, Christ and the Church are presented in popular culture. It will consider films such as "The Passion of the Christ," books like "The DaVinci Code" and the "Left Behind" series, television shows such as "The Simpsons," "The Sopranos," and "South Park," and Christian rock and hip-hop music. By participating in pop culture, do we as Orthodox Christians run the risk of entertaining ourselves to death? Or can something good come out of our critical engagement with it?

Orthodox Web Site Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Henry Kay, Trainer/Web Developer - www.orthodoxwebbuilder.com
Description: See Orthodox Web Site Builder

Adobe Photoshop III: Creating a Digital Photo Gallery for Your Web Site

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: This session will explore creating a digital photo gallery through Photoshop for use on your parish web site. The end of the course will give an introduction to ORTHODOX PHOTO and the advantages of using this service for ministries within the parish.

Orthodox Parishes in Worship and Ministry: Liturgical Music for Congregations and Small Choirs

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Marquis C
Category: Music
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Members of the National Forum
Description: Members of the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians will conduct a Church Music Workshop for Congress delegates. Various composers and conductors from each of the metropolises will share works, in English and Greek, which would be appropriate for congregational singing and for use with small choirs.

Parish Management Software II (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA

Description: See Parish Management Software II

Using the Archdiocesan Web Site’s Tools and Services for Parish Ministry (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Using the Archdiocesan Web Site’s Tools and Services for Parish Ministry

A Proactive Approach to Addressing Clergy Sexual Misconduct in the 21st Century

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Marquis A & B
Category: Clergy Misconduct, Parish Management
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: His Eminence Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver, Chair - Archdiocese Clergy Sexual Misconduct Committee
His Grace Bishop Savas of Troas, Chancellor - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Rev. Fr. Michael Kontogiorgis, Asst. Chancellor - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Rev. Fr. Gregory Waynick, Transfiguration Church - Florence, SC
Dr. Michael Kalogerakis
Mrs. Catherine Metropoulos


Description: Outreach and education are critical components of the Archdiocese's Statement of Policy Regarding Sexual Misconduct By Clergy. This panel discussion will provide a forum for concerned individuals to provide comments and input to the Advisory Board established under the policy. The goal of the workshop is to identify the needs of the Church community (both clergy and laity) as we continuously strive to implement the policy on a proactive basis.

Planning and Directing a Monthly Parish Family Night

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. James Bogdan, Holy Trinity Church - Grand Rapids, MI


Description: This workshop will assist the ministry of the parish to the family by guiding participants in the planning and directing of a monthly parish family night. Participants will receive sample resources for conducting educational sessions for the various age-groups, as well as suggestions for worship and fellowship activities that nurture family relationships and affirm the vital connection of the family to the church.

Clergy and Laity in Worship

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Palace
Category: Worship
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Dr. John Klentos, Associate Professor - Graduate Theological Union - Berkeley, CA
Rev. Fr. Pavlos Koumarianos, Assistant Professor of Liturgics - Holy Cross School of Theology
Rev. Fr. Stylianos Muksuris, Adjunct Professor - St. Anselm College - Manchester, NH
Rev. Dr. Alkiviadis Calivas, Emeritus Professor of Liturgics - Holy Cross School of Theology

Description: This workshop will examine the vital role of clergy and laity in the worship of the parish, as well as examine how the life of the church is reflected in and through Liturgy.

Outreach and Evangelism in the Established Parish

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Winter Garden
Category: Outreach and Evangelism, Missions
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Fr. Alexander Veronis, Annunciation Church - Lancaster, PA
Rev. Fr. Theodore Barbas, Taxiarchae Church - Watertown, MA
Mr. William C. Kallinikos - St. Paul Cathedral - Hempstead, NY
Moderator - Rev. Fr. James Kordaris, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Outreach and Evangelism


Description: The focus of this workshop is on Outreach & Evangelism in the Established Parish. This workshop will present methods and tools for ministry in the established parish with the objectives of: 1. Revitalizing the faith of active Orthodox; 2. Reaching out to inactive Orthodox Christians; and 3. Meeting the needs of those inquiring about the Orthodox faith. It is time for a new beginning and a renewed effort to inspire creativity and revival in Orthodox Christianity in America. The session, divided evenly between presentations and discussion, will cultivate an awareness of the tremendous importance of Outreach & Evangelism in the Established Parish, and of the need to make the Parish a powerful witness and passionate promoter of Orthodox Faith and Tradition.

Building Communities of Faith and Love in a Pluralistic Society

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Royale
Category: Ecumenical
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Dr. Elenie Huszagh, Immediate Past President - National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA (NCCC)
V. Rev. Demetri Kantzavelos, Chancellor - Metropolis of Chicago; Chairman, Nominations Committee (NCCC)
Dr. Antonios Kireopoulos, Associate General Secretary for International Relations - National Council of Churches
Dr. Despina Prassas, Faculty - Providence College - Providence, RI; Rep. to NCCC and WCC
His Grace Bishop Dimitrios of Xanthos, Ecumenical Officer - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America


Description: This workshop will help participants equip their parishes to respond dynamically, creatively and consistently to their sacred calling to be communities of faith and love in the pluralistic society in which we live in 21st century America.

Adobe Indesign and PDF (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Nektarios Morrow, Archdiocese Dept. of Communications

Description: See Adobe Indesign and PDF

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Jamil Samara, Asst. Director of Technology - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Values Education and the Orthodox Parochial School

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Shubert
Category: Greek Education, Day Schools
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. George Alexson, Annunciation Cathedral - Atlanta, GA
Description: This workshop will examine the timeless teachings and traditions of the Orthodox Church as applied to parochial school learning.

Using Technology in Christian Education Programming

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Religious Education, Internet Ministries
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Brad Borch, Digital Media Designer and Developer


Description: This workshop will explore several essential skills to enable participants to use technology more effectively in their religious education. Rather than an academic exploration of the pedagogical theory of using technology to teach, it will be a "how-to" on using technology to help communicate and teach within the entire spectrum of the CANA Curriculum. The presentations will provide participants with knowledge and skills such as newsgroups, graphics applications, and web page and site tools, to become change agents for their parish, integrating the principles of the CANA Curriculum.

Having the Talks: How to Approach Tough Topics with Young People

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Uris
Category: Youth and Young Adult
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Fr. Mark A. Leondis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Youth and Young Adult Ministries
Rev. Deacon Paul Zaharas, Director of Youth - Metropolis of Denver
Rev. Fr. Anthony Savas, Holy Trinity Church - Dallas, TX


Description: Youth workers and parents often dread talking with their kids about difficult topics. After all, discussing sex, drugs, and violence with young people can be very uncomfortable. This presentation will spotlight practical ways to share with youth the Church's views on these tough topics and focus on how to open the dialogue with them. Video, case studies and discussion will be utilized in this workshop.

Empowering the Family

Date: 7/27/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 5:00:00 PM - 6:00:00 PM
Presenters: Dr. Peter M. Kalellis, Director and Founder - Human Growth Center - Westfield, NJ


Description: This presentation will explore areas in family interaction that need special attention. Every generation tries to give something better to the next generation. Many parents say, “Let us give our children what we did not have when we were growing up, a better education and more material things.” Is church attendance essential? Is learning in Sunday School, Bible classes, summer camps enough? Of course, every little bit helps. But the heart of the matter is that we need to bring spirituality into our lives. How? Participants will learn how we can look within ourselves and find our true destiny, what is most valuable and eternal.

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 9:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Theo Nicolakis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Orthodox Web Site Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 9:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Henry Kay, Trainer/Web Developer - www.orthodoxwebbuilder.com

Description: See Orthodox Web Site Builder

Parish Management Software III: Registries and Sacraments

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 11:00:00 AM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: The Parish Sacramental Registry books are some of the most important and often-used documents in a parish office. Computer software can help extend the usefulness of the information found there and help safeguard its valuable records against accidental loss. This session will look at how Orthodox parish management software can be used to produce sacramental reports, letters and certificates and will include a hands-on demonstration of a computerized registry system. It will also show how they can enhance the operations of the parish office and the pastoral ministry. Attendees will also be able to participate in a hands-on demonstration of the registry features of parish management software for Orthodox Churches.

A Primer for Orthodox Leadership Development

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Parish Management, Religious Education
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Dean Macris, A.C. Macris Consultants

Description: Today the challenges of leadership are far reaching and universal. Leadership is in the forefront of the news as we read of CEOs, military generals, even entertainers and athletes. Leadership is not constrained to the workplace or military, but is essential to the success of any organization. What are the qualities we expect of a leader in the Orthodox Church? Yet a better question; how can we as faithful Orthodox Christians strike a balance between responsibilities of family, Church, business and community? This workshop will explore the balance as well as how we can enhance leadership skills within our Orthodox community. We also intend to introduce the concept of engaging Orthodox business and community leaders to employ their experience and skills to greater glory of our Orthodox faith.

Philanthropic Ministries in the Community

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Royale
Category: Social Ministry, Philanthropy, Outreach and Evangelism
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
V. Rev. John Heropoulos, St. Paraskevi Church - Greenlawn, NY
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Jonas, SS. Constantine and Helen Church - Palos Hills, IL
Rev. Fr. Peter Karloutsos, Assumption Church - Danbury, CT
V. Rev. Demetri Kantzavelos, Chancellor - Metropolis of Chicago
Moderator, His Grace Bishop Andonios of Phasiane - Director, Archdiocese Dept. of Philanthropy


Description: This workshop will provide participants with brief presentations on various philanthropic ministries that can be conducted by the parish in the community. Attention will be given to the St. Paraskevi Life Center, Project Diakonia, Prison Ministry and Covenant to Care, and AIDS Ministry.

Keeping Our Family Members Active in the Church

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Philanthropy, Outreach and Evangelism, Family Ministry
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. James Kordaris, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Outreach and Evangelism


Description: This workshop will explore the influence and effect of family on forming and maintaining the individual's ties to the Church. Discussion will include the importance of family in leading the unchurched to Christ and His Church. Practical steps for parishes and family members will be offered.

Stewardship as Worship and Ministry

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Uris
Category: Stewardship, Finances
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. James Gavrilos, St. Mark Church - Boca Raton, FL
Moderator: Rev. Fr. Alexander Leondis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Stewardship and Pastoral Resources



Description: This workshop will focus on stewardship as worship and ministry within the local parish.

Making Liturgy Relevant

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Winter Garden
Category: Worship
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Dr. Pavlos Koumarianos, Assistant Professor of Liturgics - Holy Cross School of Theology
Rev. Fr. Stylianos Muksuris, Adjunct Professor - St. Anselm College - Manchester, NH
Dr. John Klentos, Associate Professor - Graduate Theological Union - Berkeley, CA
Rev. Dr. Alkiviadis Calivas, Emeritus Professor of Liturgics - Holy Cross School of Theology


Description: This workshop will examine the centrality of worship and liturgy in the life of the parish and emphasize the need to make liturgy relevant to the lives of people.

Parish Management Software IV: Advanced Reporting and Integration

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: This forum is designed for users already familiar with parish management and office software and who would like to develop skills in putting their parish database information to use “outside the box.” Learn about merging mailing lists with word processors and database programs, how to send reports via e-mail or post them to the Internet and how to more efficiently share parish information. This session will also focus on how to create custom reports. Attendees will be able to participate in a hands-on demonstration of the advanced features of parish management software for Orthodox Churches.


Adobe Photoshop II: Making Photoshop Work for Your Parish (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Adobe Photoshop II: Making Photoshop Work for Your Parish

Family as Church: Living and Sharing our Orthodox Faith in the Home

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Plymouth
Category: Family Ministry
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Nektarios Morrow, Archdiocese Dept. of Communications


Description: This workshop will focus on the vital connection and relationship of the Family and the Church and examine how the essential attributes of the Church (worship, witness, service, education, and fellowship) should also be characteristic of the life of the family. Understanding the significance of these attributes and their relevance to family life will help parishes in their ministry to strengthen familial well-being as well as nurture faith and love in the home.

Using the New 9th Grade Curriculum

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Religious Education
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Dr. Vasiliki Tsigas-Fotinis, High School Curriculum Coordinator - Archdiocese Dept. of Religious Education


Description: Using the New 9th Grade Curriculum workshop will unveil the first completed Unit of the DRE Teenage Curriculum. The CANA Curriculum model as the foundation of this work will be explored through sections of actual lessons developed for the 9th Grade. The theme of the 9th Grade is Rejoicing in God. The aim of the workshop is to provide hands on experience with the new lessons as we rejoice in God.


Stewardship Panel

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Uris
Category: Stewardship, Finances
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Rev. Fr. Constantine L. Sitaras, Director - Saint Basil Academy
Rev. Fr. James C. Moulketis, St. Nicholas Church - Wyckoff, NJ
Rev. Fr. Alexander G. Leondis, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Stewardship and Pastoral Resources
Mr. Chris Andreas, Administrator - Archdiocese Total Commitment Program
Rev. Fr. Nicholas Krommydas, St. Demetrios Church - Weston, MA
Rev. Fr. James S. Gavrilos, St. Mark Church - Boca Raton, FL
Mr. Jerry Minetos, CPA, CFRM - Archdiocese Development Officer
Mr. James C. Fountas, Holy Trinity Church - Westfield, NJ
Dr. George Kaludis, St. George Church - Bethesda, MD

Description: This workshop will present a panel discussion of the topic of stewardship in the ministry of the local parish and will examine successful stewardship programs, models, and approaches.

Trafficking in Human Beings: A Concern for Orthodox Christians

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Shubert
Category: Philanthropy, Social Ministry
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Panel:
Ms. Carol Smolenski, Executive Director - ECPAT - USA
Rev. Fr. James Kordaris, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Outreach and Evangelism
The Honorable Sechan Siv, United States Mission to the United Nations
Moderator, Mrs. Lila Prounis, Rep. of the Archdiocesan Council to the United Nations
Moderator, Mr. Paul Zamora, Rep. of the Archdiocesan Council to the United Nations


Description: Many countries are involved in the sale of women and children who have been sexually exploited for prostitution and pornographic purposes. This is incompatible with the dignity and worth of human persons and endangers the welfare of the individual, the family, and the community. The United Nations is working with governments to develop and implement anti-trafficking initiatives. Religious communities should also help in this effort. The United States has warned its citizens that it is not only the women and children smuggled into the United States, but also American-born women and children who are being kidnapped and enslaved by criminal elements. It is becoming a problem of crisis proportion.

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Jamil Samara, Asst. Director of Technology - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Using the Archdiocesan Web Site’s Tools and Services For Parish Ministry (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 12:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Using the Archdiocesan Web Site’s Tools and Services For Parish Ministry

Developing a Parish Strategic Plan for Religious Education

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Majestic/Music Box
Category: Religious Education
Time: 1:00:00 PM - 2:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Dr. Frank Marangos, Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Religious Education


Description: Change our Sunday School program? Why would we ever want to do that? This is one of the most common--and frustrating--questions catechetical leaders encounter. Clergy, Sunday School directors, teachers, and missionaries are typically zealous for excellence in education, and this calls for change at one point or another. The change might involve the need for a new curriculum, a different teacher, or a new meeting place. Whatever the reason, change holds the promise of progress and better meeting people's needs. Parishioners, however, may be threatened by change and its perceived disruptions. Many people thrive on the familiar and the routine. They love traditions and "the way we've always done things." This workshop will examine the process of developing a successful change strategy based on a three-part philosophy and a five-step strategy. When all eight of these ingredients fall into place, the result is a potent formula for ministry success.

Parish Management Software V: Power Users Forum

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. John Touloumes, Holy Trinity Church - Pittsburgh, PA


Description: This is a “roll up your sleeves” interactive forum designed for administrators and other familiar with parish management software. There will be ample time for users to ask questions and find solutions to unique situations from which others may benefit.

Planning and Developing a Successful Parish Web Site (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries, Communications
Time: 2:00:00 PM - 3:00:00 PM
Presenters: Rev. Fr. Peter Orfanakos, St. Barbara Church - Orange, CT
Description: See Planning and Developing a Successful Parish Web Site

Orthodox Web Site Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Henry Kay, Trainer/Web Developer - www.orthodoxwebbuilder.com
Description: See Orthodox Web Site Builder

Parish E-mail I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries
Time: 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies

Description: Parish E-mail I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System

Adobe Photoshop III: Creating a Digital Photo Gallery for Your Web Site (repeat)

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Internet Ministries
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Andrew Constantinou, Graphic Designer/Web Developer - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries
Description: See Adobe Photoshop III: Creating a Digital Photo Gallery for Your Web Site

Parish E-mail II: Using GOARCH Mail with Microsoft Outlook and POP3 Mail Clients

Date: 7/28/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Parish Management, Internet Ministries
Time: 4:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies

Description: This session will build upon the fundamentals and features learned in session 1 and train priests and parish representatives on how to use Microsoft Outlook Express as an email client for their GOARCH Mail account. In this session, participants will walk through the various steps involved in setting up and configuring Outlook Express (or any POP 3 compliant email client) to connect with GOARCH Mail.

Parish E-mail I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System (repeat)

Date: 7/29/2004
Location: Lyceum 2
Category: Internet Ministries, Parish Management
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 11:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies
Description: See Parish E-mail I: Introduction to the "GOARCH Mail" System

Orthodox Web Site Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/29/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 11:00:00 AM
Presenters: Mr. Henry Kay, Trainer/Web Developer - www.orthodoxwebbuilder.com
Description: See Orthodox Web Site Builder

Bulletin Builder (repeat)

Date: 7/29/2004
Location: Lyceum 1
Category: Communications, Internet Ministries
Time: 11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM
Presenters: Mr. Bill Flegas, Asst. Director - Archdiocese Dept. of Internet Ministries

Description: See Bulletin Builder

Parish E-mail II: Using GOARCH Mail with Microsoft Outlook and POP3 Mail Clients (repeat)

Date:

7/29/2004

Location:

Lyceum 2

Category:

Internet Ministries, Parish Management

Time:

11:00:00 AM - 12:00:00 PM

Presenters:

Mr. Carl Reid, Network Administrator - Archdiocese Dept. of Information Technologies

Description: Parish E-mail II: Using GOARCH Mail with Microsoft Outlook and POP3 Mail Clients