Introducing the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr: Sponsors of MontaNIKA Conference

We are excited to announce that the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr is partnering with Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church and Patristic Faith as a sponsor of the upcoming conference, MontaNIKA. This Pan Orthodox Conference, centered around the theme “Seek First the Kingdom of God,” will take place from June 7th to June 11th, 2023, at the Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Butte, Montana.

The Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr is an international, confraternal, religious order of Christian chivalry. Formally blessed in 2019 by His Eminence Metropolitan Hilarion, the Late First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, the Order was founded with a mission to care for Orthodox Christians in the Holy Land and Greater Middle East who face need, want, or persecution for their faith. They are dedicated to upholding the dignity, human rights, and freedom of all Orthodox Christians, irrespective of their location.

This esteemed Order organizes, promotes, and engages in various charitable, humanitarian, educational, medical, and chivalric activities. Their initiatives include aiding the less fortunate, supporting the maintenance of holy places, and establishing institutions like hospitals, orphanages, and schools within the Orthodox community.

We are honored to have the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr sponsor our conference, showcasing their commitment to unity, understanding, and spiritual growth within the Orthodox community. Their partnership highlights the importance of theological education, sharing insights, and fellowship.

To learn more about the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr and how you can get involved, visit their website at Discover the impactful work they do and find out how you can contribute to their mission of supporting Orthodox Christians in need.

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