The Orthodox House
December 03, 2009 Length: 23:56
On the campus of the University of Illinois is a large house owned and operated by Orthodox Christians where students can live, hang out, pray, and study. It is part of the local Orthodox Christian Fellowship program. Learn more as John Maddex talks with students as well as advisor Fr. James Ellison. Also, check out the web site.
"Thank you for AFR's ministry to those of us who live in remote areas. My husband and I live in the far north of Scotland, and AFR is a lifeline for me as an American and for my husband, who as a Scotsman had never heard this kind of programing nor realized how vital the faith is to many of us in America. In the UK, it is so far marginalized as to be almost non-existent in spite of wonderful people like Met. Kallistos Ware."