The mission of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco Philoptochos Kids ‘n’ Cancer/Camp Agape Ministry is dedicated to providing support for children afflicted with cancer and their families. This beloved ministry offers a compassionate and caring environment, exemplary of Christ’s unconditional love, along with an opportunity to shape meaningful friendships and create precious memories.
The Kids ‘n’ Cancer – Agape Celebration of Love is a yearly event held to bring awareness to the ministry by providing a beautiful, fun-filled afternoon giving those in attendance the opportunity to participate in fundraising, meet Camp Agape families, and fellowship together. Please prayerfully consider how you will “give your heart to a child” by attending the event or by giving a tax-deductible gift. Thank you for your continued support.
Pascha Press believes in the good works that our priests and monastics do every day to serve the needs of people everywhere. Each quarter we will select a worthy church, monastery or charity devoted to Orthodox Christian causes and gift 10% of our profits or merchandise, whichever is greater.
Read more about our selected organization by clicking on the button and YOU can help by purchasing a title, donating directly to them via their website or sending a check, or by your much appreciated prayers. Thank you and God bless you!
September, October, November 2017
Philoptochos Kids ‘n’ Cancer/Camp Agape Ministry
"When My Baba Died and When My Yiayia Died are welcome resources for Orthodox caregivers facing the difficult task of tenderly guiding their children through the mourning process.
The author, Marjorie Kunch, writes gently and straightforwardly about what to expect at an Orthodox funeral service and the array of emotions attached to grief. Kids and adults alike will greatly benefit from these unique tools for teaching Orthodox of all ages about the Church's hope-filled response to death and eternity."
-Molly Sabourin, author of Close to Home: One Orthodox Mother's Quest for Patience, Peace and Perseverance.
"When Mama Had Cancer came my way just two weeks after my own cancer diagnosis. It is clear, calm, and gentle, and will help children (and those who are no longer children) to face this journey in peace and love of God. It reminds us of how much we have to be thankful for-doctors, family, and friends on earth and heaven."
-Kh. Frederica Mathewes Green, Orthodox speaker and author of 10 books including Welcome to the Orthodox Church and Facing East: A Pilgrim's Journey into the Mysteries of Orthodoxy
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