How can we find light in times of darkness? How can we be a light? How can we help our families become lights in darkness? Join us as we discuss these questions and more in this GOA Center for Family Care webinar.

V. Rev. Anthony Yazge has had an amazing career in Youth Ministry for the last four decades. The last 14 years he was the Camp Director of the Antiochian Village, he served the Antiochian Archdiocese as the Chairman of the Department of Camping, was the Chairman of the Department of Young Adult Ministry and the Antiochian Archdiocese representative on the OCF Board of Directors. He also served 21 years as the Spiritual Advisor of Teen SOYO and has overseen the Teen SOYO Special Olympics Camp. Fr Anthony has been a priest for 32 years of which he spent 18 as the pastor of St George Church in Terre Haute, IN and is currently the pastor of St George Orthodox Church in Fishers, Indiana (just outside of Indianapolis.Fr Anthony is widowed and the father of three (Matthew 31, Mark 30 and Alexis 26).


Parenting in a Pandemic

An interactive webinar recognizing the unique blessings, opportunities and challenges brought on by this pandemic in our homes. More »

Light in Times of Darkness Webinar

How can we find light in times of darkness? How can we be a light? How can we help our families become lights in darkness? Join us as we discuss these questions and more in this GOA Center for Family Care webinar. More »

WEBINAR: Explaining Racism to Our Children

In the aftermath of George Floyd’s horrific death at the hands of police officers, protests have erupted across the nation. With everyone at home due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, parents now have an opportune moment to talk about racism with their children. But how do parents begin that tough conversation? More »

Marriage During a Pandemic: Blessings & Challenges

In this webinar, Fr. Tom and Pres. Pat Tsagalakis discuss opportunities and blessings for marriage to grow and thrive during this time through the challenges couples are encountering together. More »

Family Fellowship - Superglue to the Church

Fifteen years ago, a Greek Orthodox parish began small fellowship groups that met regularly in parishioner homes. Today, the ministry continues and the benefits are worth hearing! More »