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David Ogan

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Fellowship of St. Silas

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www.antiochian.org

We ask for your continued support as we fulfill this calling to bring the light of the Gospel of Christ to the dark world of prison," says Father David Ogan, director of the Fellowship of St. Silas.


dosoca.org [cached]

Priest David Ogan, (Attached)


www.oca.org

Additional workshops and discussions were led by Fr Michael Anderson, Director of the Office of Youth and Young Adults for the OCA, Fr David Ogan, Director the Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry Service and Arlene Kallaur, Director of Humanitarian Aid for the OCA.


www.oca.org

Additional workshops and discussions were led by Fr Michael Anderson, Director of the Office of Youth and Young Adults for the OCA, Fr David Ogan, Director the Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry Service and Arlene Kallaur, Director of Humanitarian Aid for the OCA.


antiochian.org

Several years ago, Fr. David Ogan of the national Orthodox Prison Ministry referred a newly-released prisoner â€" who had begun Orthodox catechism in prison â€" to our local parish.
The man was released on a Wednesday afternoon and his first stop (bless his heart!) was to our parish that night for Vespers. Our priest met with him, warmly welcomed him, and assigned two men from our parish to be his "mentors."


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