With the blessings of His Eminence, Metropolitan Demetrius, we would like to invite you and your family to attend this year's Conference titled:
Reverence and the Fear of God
We hope to make this a fulfilling and enriching weekend of learning about our Orthodox Faith, not only at home and in our churches, but also in the world we live in. Please join us as we worship and learn together with our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.
Click here to obtain the registration form.
*** You can also print the form then mail it with a check to:
RE: Youth Conference
20 Palm Street
Concord, NH 03301
*** Please register for the conference by 9/30.
Purchase event tickets on the Eventbrite website.
To purchase Hotel Accommodations, click here. Reference Dormition Youth Conference. Prices are valid through 9/30, so please book early!
To attend the banquet only, contact Judith Roberge, 603-224-1455 for more info.
Click here to download the conference itinerary.
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Click here to download the Conference flyer.
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