Fr. Harry Pappas is the presiding priest at the Church of the Archangels in Stamford, CT. He has also taught at St. Vladimir’s Seminary and Holy Cross. He received a PhD in Biblical Studies at Yale University. His particular interests in parish work include Bible study, preaching, worship, contemplative prayer, pan-Orthodox cooperation, and ministry development, especially social outreach and missions.
This webinar from the Center for Family Care discusses the stress of the Nativity season and how to navigate the potholes. More »
Can the Old Testament be used as a parental teaching tool? Yes! In this webinar we learn how the Old Testament can become a resource for spiritual growth and a tool to be used to nurture faith in the home. More »
Parents of children with disabilities often have compounded fears about their future. Panelists share their insights surrounding these fears, with a particular emphasis on how to cultivate freedom from fear of the future in order to enjoy life with our families now. More »
Panelists offer their personal and professional lessons learned in a discussion of what healthy independence looks like in families with disabilities. More »
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 »