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  • Columbia University's Orthodox Christian Fellowship
    is a non profit Christian organization that aids poverty stricken children in Egypt Conceived in May 1988 Coptic Orphans aims to provide the children with the basic necessities so that they may attain physical mental and spiritual nourishment to fulfill their God given potential Members devoted one day of complete fasting The fast was broken at the meeting where representatives from Coptic Orphans described the organization and showed a movie about the organization s work The meeting made the attendees aware of the issue and inspired people to contribute generously Mercy House Mercy House is a monastery located down town New York The monks serve the hungry in the community During Great Lent we served food to several homeless people by going to the streets IOCC Fund Raiser OCF helped to raise money for International Orthodox Christian Charities IOCC In order to raise money we hosted the Coffee Hour at St Mary Magdalen our host parish and asked for donations Through the generosity and compassion of the kind members at St Mary Magdalen we were able to raise over 200 dollars IOCC was able to make that 200 dollars equal to 2000 dollars because outside funding raised each dollar by

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  • Columbia University's Orthodox Christian Fellowship
    do so by sending an email to ocf columbia edu You can also contact members of the Board individually as given below Advisor Fr Yakov Ryklin E mail Father Yakov at fryryk earthlink net or call Father Yakov at 212 283 7003 President Olivia Sorial BC 11 E mail her at os2171 barnard edu or call her at 212 853 7389 Treasurer Marianna Atiya CC 13 E mail her at

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  • Columbia University Orthodox Christian Fellowship
    know Either e mail us or go to the contacts page to find out more on how to get in touch with us February 2010 2 11 General Meeting Topic Kingdom of God Time 8pm 11pm 2 18 General Meeting Topic The Kingdom of God in the Parables Time 8pm 11pm 2 25 Guest Speaker Father Michael from St Mary and St Antonious Coptic Orthodox Church Topic TBD Time 8pm

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  • Columbia University's Orthodox Christian Fellowship
    of God Whether one was reading the Bible meditating or had a wonderful experience with Christ they feel would benefit others and glorify Christ in sharing all is inspired by the infinite Word of God So please if you have

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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    check out these helpful resources Thanks for visiting Teaching Resources Classroom Management Tips PDF The Conflict Model DOC Useful Links Community Impact at Columbia University Once you re a volunteer don t forget to register with Community Impact speak to your co group leader Need directions to your school Check out Peace by PEACE in the news Info on the NYC Dept of Education Applications Please contact your co group

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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    they ve learned It s really fun event and a great way to spend your day hanging out with kids even if you haven t volunteered with us during the year Peace by PEACE students look forward to Festival starting early in the first semester and their enthusiasm for the program is an inspiration for everyone who participates in this wonderful event Festival not only provides the kids with a day of fun and excitement to commemorate their achievements with hundreds of their peers but also shows each student that Peace by PEACE exists not only in their classroom or school but also in other schools in their community This sense of the scope of the Peace by PEACE program sends a powerful message to the kids that their conflict resolution skills can be applied outside of the classroom Plus after we come to their school all year it s a nice opportunity for them to finally see a bit of our school Columbia Stephanie Nova of PS 132 student speaker at Festival 2002 sums it up Some people like Peace by PEACE only for the games But the games are not everything in a conflict Peace by PEACE is

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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    and gain an appreciation of other s perspectives To promote creativity and critical thinking about methods of conflict resolution through the development and sharing of win win games To present students with roles models of university and high school students community leaders and other real world problem solvers who work daily to resolve conflict peaceably and creatively To promote understanding among different communities within New York City by bringing together diverse groups of students in a positive and trusting environment To reward students endeavors through recognition and to encourage them to incorporate conflict resolution into their lives EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH METHOD Community Impact helps sponsor the Peace by PEACE Program in New York City to encourage young people to recognize non violent conflict resolution alternatives and give them the necessary tools to peaceably solve their conflicts The Program sends groups of Columbia University volunteers into elementary school classrooms in Harlem The schools are only about a 10 minute walk from Columbia campus All Peace by PEACE volunteers receive training in conflict resolution curriculum instruction and general teaching strategies along with discussions on cultural and ethnic sensitivity Throughout the program volunteers meet regularly to share teaching experiences and strategies as well as

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