Fr. Theodore Dorrance on Luke 10:16-21

Fr. Theodore Dorrance is the Proistamenos of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Beaverton, Oregon. In addition to serving St. John the Baptist, Fr. Theodore is also a Vicar of the Northwest, a member of the Metropolis Council and is the President and Director of the Commission of Orthodox Missions and Evangelism (C.O.M.E.), the missions and outreach ministry of the Metropolis of San Francisco.

Fr. Theodore will also be giving a lecture at the upcoming "Speaking to Secular America" conference at Holy Cross Hellenic College on “Creating a Church That Reaches Out and Welcomes the Non-Religious."

This sermon, offered on the feast day of St. Luke the Evangelist Oct. 18th 2015 on Luke 10:16-21, speaks to the changing religious landscape of the United States, how this Gospel passage is still relevant to our lives, and challenges us to consider how we witness Christ to those around us.

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