The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America announces the eagerly anticipated dates for the Ionian Village 2024 Summer Programs. As a cherished tradition for young Orthodox Christians for across the Archdiocese, Ionian Village continues to provide an immersive and transformative experience that connects participants with their faith, culture, and heritage.
The 2024 Summer Programs are set to take place at the breathtaking campus located on the shores of Glyfa Beach, offering participants an opportunity to engage in a life-changing spiritual journey while exploring the rich history and vibrant culture of the region. The program dates are as follows:
1. IV Next: Thursday, June 6 – Monday, June 17
2. Summer Camp Session 1: Tuesday, June 25 – Sunday, July 14
3. Summer Camp Session 2: Tuesday, July 23 – Sunday, August 11
Each session is carefully designed to foster spiritual growth, cultural awareness, and lasting friendships among participants, enhancing their connection to their faith and heritage.
Marina Floratos, Director of Ionian Village, expressed her excitement about the upcoming programs, stating, “Ionian Village is more than just a summer camp – it’s a transformative experience that empowers young Orthodox Christians to deepen their faith and develop a strong sense of community. We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming participants to the beautiful landscapes of Greece, where they will not only explore their spiritual journey but also forge lifelong connections.”
Ionian Village has been a beacon of faith and fellowship for generations of Greek Orthodox youth, providing an environment where participants can explore their faith, develop leadership skills, and create cherished memories. Through a combination of religious education, cultural immersion, and outdoor activities, Ionian Village encourages young adults to discover the profound beauty of their faith while nurturing personal growth.
Applications for the Ionian Village 2024 Summer Programs will open in the coming months. To stay updated and learn more about the programs, visit the official Ionian Village website at www.ionianvillage.org.
Source: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America