Summer Camp in Greece on Early Christian Communities
A week-long formation camp on the origins of Christianity. How did the pagan culture influence early Christianity? What are the radical differences between Christianity and Paganism? How were the first Christian communities founded by Saint Paul born?
One week of theological and archeological formation in Greece for an in-depth understanding of the faith in its first encounter with paganism and Judaism. Visits to archeological sites and museums in Athens, Corinth, Epidauros, Eleusis, Mycenes, Delphi, classes and personal study in community life, prayer and sharing.
Dates: August 31 – September 8
The appointment is at 6pm on Saturday 31 August at Larissis Station. Larissis Station is an underground station close to the center of Athens and easily reachable from the airport. The camp will end at around 1pm on Sunday 8 September.
Guides: p. Jean-Paul Hernandez, p. Theodore Kodidis and equipe.
Accommodation: Jesuit retreat house in Oinoi (Attica).
What to bring: bible, notepad, sleeping bag (or sheets), towels, swimming costume.
Cost: 220/240 € + flight and travel
NB: Financial problems should not be a reason not to come.
Info and registration: Valentina Cammarota, firstname.lastname@example.org