Metropolitan Nicholas To Be Guest On CRL Radio Program
August 1, 2003
JOHNSTOWN, PA - His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas, was invited to participate in the Saturday August 23rd Program by Father Christopher Metropulos, Pastor of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the founder and editor of the radio program.
Come Receive The Light" was born from one South Florida church's desire to bring the Greek Orthodox faith to the homebound and to supplement the weekly worship of the faithful. But in just seven years, it has become so much more: a weekly ministry that brings its listeners "food for the soul." Along the way, the program has exploded in popularity - and listeners. Starting December. 04, 1996, a modest program that began as a parish ministry now sends its signal to Orthodox Christians of all nationalities across the Southeastern U.S. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based radio show is now the farthest reaching program of its kind in the United States, offering spiritual enlightenment to listeners tuning in and callers phoning in as clergymen and lay theologians discuss contemporary, moral and religious issues that touch our everyday lives. "This is truly a unique show. No one else in the country has a show with such a wide reach. It has been truly blessed by God with an incredible staff of volunteers." said Father Christopher Metropulos, the program's founder.
Be sure to tune in to this uplifting and spiritual program in which Metropolitan Nicholas will speak about the recent consecration of the new Saints Cyril and Methodios Church at Camp Nazareth and other topics.
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