Diocese of Worcester and New England
Welcome to the Diocese of Worcester and New England, part of the Self-Ruled Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese in America. The Diocese of Worcester is led by His Grace Bishop John and includes 12 churches and missions in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The web site for the Diocese of Worcester and New England
The 75th Parish Life Conference will be held from June 27-30, 2013, at the Wyndham Hotel in Andover, MA. Buy your tickets early and book your hotel rooms by May 30. Go HERE to register
Online Registration available for Event Registration, Sponsorship or General Donations by clicking Here: www.antiochianevents.org/96
**Note the Parent Consent and Teen’s Code of Conduct forms are required regardless if the minors’ parent(s) is at the conference or not! These forms must be completed, signed and turned in at registration in order to receive their Conference Badge, which is required to participate in any Conference activity. Forms are available on the Saint George Lowell website: http://www.SaintGeorgeLow...
Also, get your tickets for New England's Got Taste and Talent by May 10. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door. They are $20 for Adults and $10 for Children under 12. Please send in the ticket purchase form along with your checks; download the form HERE.
There is still time for you to register for your diocese's "family reunion" this summer, your regional Parish Life Conference (PLC)! The theme for this year, "The End of History...The Last Judgment," will be the focus of the Creative Festivals, a highlight of the conferences. Youth and organizational meetings, spiritually edifying speakers and services, and social events for kids and adults alike, all make the PLCs one of the Archdiocese's most established and popular traditions. Visit the Conventions and Conference Planning page for full information.
First up is the Diocese of Wichita PLC, kicking off on June 5 in Kansas City. St. Basil Orthodox Church hosts the PLC at the Westin Kansas City Hotel in downtown Kansas City, "one of America's Best downtowns" according to Forbes magazine.