Pan-Orthodox Men's Retreat at Antiochian Village
All men, single, married, and of all ages are welcome to join us for this Pan-Orthodox Men's Retreat weekend led by Paul Karos and hosted by Antiochian Village. Group discount available for groups of 10 or more. Bring your parish men’s group!
Learning and Fellowship
Come learn and discuss the every day challenges of building and leading our Orthodox homes as men. We will examine a framework that assists in becoming aware of the constant balancing act men face between vocation, growing in Christ’s likeness, and becoming the husbands and fathers we are called to be.
Fun, Food and Relaxation
- 4:30pm Check-in
- 5:00pm Vespers
- 6:00pm Dinner
- 8-9:30pm Session 1
- 8:00am Orthros
- 9:00am Session 2 (w/ Cont’l Breakfast)
- 11:30am Lunch
- 12:30pm Supplication Service l
- 1:30pm Session 3 (in Outdoor Chapel)
- 3:00pm Free time
- 6:00pm Cookout
- 8:30am Orthros
- 9:30am Divine Liturgy
- 11:00am Brunch
- 12:00 noon Check-out
Saturday afternoon “Free Time” optional activities may include pick-up basketball or volleyball, a guided hike on the Village property, or 9 holes of golf (extra fee) at nearby Champion Lakes Golf Course (www.pagolf.com).
Paul Karos is an Orthodox Christian husband and father of three children residing with his family in the Minneapolis area. He has had a successful professional career in the financial and airline industries and distinguished himself, in the early nineties, as the number one ranked Wall Street airline analyst in the world for five straight years (as quoted in the New York Times). Paul is active in lay ministries thru his home parish, St. Mary Greek Orthodox Church in Minneapolis. He is involved in men’s ministry, leading men’s Bible study/discussion groups, as well as individual guidance counseling with assistance by his priests. He also leads a weekly prison Bible study thru the Minnesota Orthodox Prison Ministry. He is a certified counselor for the Prepare/Enrich Marriage Program, and he and his family are active in Orthodox family camps, both in the Twin Cities and at Antiochian Village.