This webinar provides an overview of domestic violence including its prevalence, forms of abuse, its basis in power and control, its impact on children cultural barriers to accessing mainstream services, why victims remain in abusive relationships, concepts of prayer and forgiveness, and the spiritual aloneness a victim feels who believes God has abandoned her. The webinar will end with suggested actions we can take to ensure we respond in helpful, not hurtful ways, including what to say to someone who is or we think is being abused, helping a victim increase her safety and that of her children, and how to find local domestic violence programs that can help a victim decide what she is willing and able to do.

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 »

Parenting in a Pandemic

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

It's Not About You

This webinar discusses how past relationships, from childhood onward, impact our marriages. More »