"Hagia Sophia & Religious Freedom: A Panel Discussion"
Please find time to watch a panel discussion organized by the Metropolis of Chicago that ranges from the history of the Hagia Sophia, religious freedom in Turkey and what you can do to make a difference.
"Metropolitan Nathanael's COVID-19 Parish Relief Fund Update & More"
His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael discusses the COVID-19 Parish Relief Fund, timing for distributions to parishes in need, the significance of the recent grant awarded by The Renaissance Fund, and what the pandemic represents for the Metropolis and its faithful.
"Sermon on the Feast Day of Ascension by Metropolitan Nathanael"
His Eminence Metropolitan Nathanael delivers a sermon on the Feast of the Ascension of our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at the Ascension Greek Orthodox Church in Chicago, IL.
"Where Do We Stand on War? Teachings From Our Orthodox Faith"
Metropolitan Nathanael and the Rev. Dr. Perry Hamalis discuss violence, war, and military service as presented in the newly-published text, For the Life of the World: Toward a Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church.
"Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis and Its Implications on Our Metropolis"
Metropolitan Nathanael moderates a discussion with health care, public health and law enforcement from professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring professionals from Northwestern University Healthcare System, Howard Brown Health, and the Chicago Police Department.
"PSA: Stay Home. Save Lives. (Greek Version Only)"
Metropolitan Nathanael of Chicago and Dr. George Chiampas, ER Doctor at Northwestern University, have an important message regarding the safety measures needed to care for our elderly and communities to stop the spread of coronavirus.
"Ascending the Ladder: Discussion with Fr. John Chryssavgis"
Fr. John Chryssavgis joins Metropolitan Nathanael to discuss St. John Climacus and his great spiritual work, The Ladder of Divine Ascent, which the Orthodox Church commemorates on the Fourth Sunday of Lent.