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Joseph Bill Bradley – Sunday Camp Director
Mr. Bradley begins his third seminary experience this year at the Antiochian House of Studies’ course called the St. Stephen’s Certificate in Orthodox Theology. He has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Baylor University and a Master’s degree in Divinity from Dallas Theological and Southwestern Baptist Seminaries.
He has just retired from teaching Ancient history and literature/Bible and writing curriculum at an area Christian college prep school for four decades.
Sunday Camp Curriculum
Our curriculum this year will focus on the Old Testament “Book of Salvation” – EXODUS.
Sts. Constantine and Helen offers adult instruction on the Orthodox Church including Catechism Classes, Bible Study, and topics for everyone to learn more about Orthodoxy. These classes are updated in the calendar and will accommodate parishioners attending via Zoom or in person.
Classes and offerings will be announced here and supported during the Covid-19 quarantine. We encourage everyone to grow and be knowledgeable of the Orthodox faith.
Catherine’s Corner Bookstore
Catherine’s Corner offers Orthodox teachings, icons, materials and religious artifacts for sale. Items can be shipped or picked up at Sts. Constantine and Helen Orthodox Church.
Reach out to our Chief Librarian and Curator, Christopher Massad, to inquire about a specific book or item to order or purchase. You can contact Christopher using this form.