The Archdiocese’s NSW Youth Branch invite young adults to a spiritual retreat


The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese's New South Wales Youth Branch (GO Youth NSW) is organising a three-day retreat for young people aged 18 to 30 from February 5th - 7th, 2021.

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With the blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Makarios of Australia, the Youth of the Archdiocese invite all youth and young adults aged 18-30 to The Young Adult Retreat 2021. 

Under the guidance of His Grace, Bishop Emilianos of Meloa, whether you’re searching to find, affirm or renew your faith, this spiritual retreat is designed to connect you to the truth of Orthodoxy by exploring freedom and love, celebrating the connections and friendships that are made in Christ.

We’re offering worship services and all talks entirely in English and we invite all youth and young adults across NSW to enjoy and benefit from this experience. Registrations are necessary.

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