Nativity and New Year Greetings from the OCP Secretariat (2018-2019)

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on December 31, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News

OCP News Service – OCP Secratriate – 31/12/18

Dear Beloved 

Nativity and New year Greetings from Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE Society.

Christ is Born, Let us adore Him!!!

From our hearts, we wish you a great piece of luck and from our minds, we wish you tremendous success. May the festive spirit be in your minds and souls all year round! Wishing you a fantastic Christmas filled with happiness in all that you do.

We wish you all a blessed Christmas and a peaceful New Year full of happiness and joy.

In Christ

George Alexander
(Secretary)

Monu John Phillip
(Special Envoy of the Secretariat)

Fr. Prakash Kurikaose
(Delegate of Malankara)

Archdeacon Tefa Michael
(Delegate of UK and All Ireland)

Dr. Rubina Khachatryan
(Delegate of Yerevan and All Armenia)

Kisha D Dorado
(Delegate of Belgrade, Serbia & the Balkans
& Director- Dept of Church Research & Studies)

Maksachuk Ekaternia Pavlovna
(Delegate of Moscow & All Russia)

Maria Sidropoulou
(Delegate of Thessaloniki and All Greece)

Anca Sirbu
(Delegate of Bucharest and All Romania)

Prakash Varghese
(Delegate of Gulf, Levant and All Middle East)

Yonas Geredew
(Delegate of Addis Ababa and All Ethiopia)

Amir Ramzi
(Delegate of Alexandria and All Egypt)

Vipin Varghese
(Director- Dept. of Public Relations)

Varghese John Thottapuzha
Director – Dept. of Publications
& Chief Adviser on Oriental Orthodox & Assyrian Church Affairs)

Dr. Ajesh T. Phillip
(Delegate of the Indian Sub-Continent)

Abraham P Koshy
(Treasurer & Director – Dept of Finance)

Source:
OCP News Service

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