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17494Youth Department relaunches “The Hub”—R esources for youth and campus ministries

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  • Bill Samsonoff
    Feb 7, 2013

      February 4, 2013
      Youth Department relaunches �The Hub��Resources for youth and campus


      The Orthodox Church in America�s Department of Youth, Young Adult, and
      Campus Ministry <http://oca.org/about/departments/youth-young-adult> has
      recently re-released �The Hub <http://oca.org/the-hub>,� a comprehensive
      series of resources for youth ministry. Available on the OCA web site,
      �The Hub� features a wealth of ideas, including youth and campus
      ministries programs, camp ministry, study guides and sample forms.

      �This unique resource was originally assembled and published about a
      decade ago under the supervision of Archpriest Michael Anderson and many
      volunteers,� said Andrew Boyd, OCA Youth Director. �Funded by the
      generosity of the Fellowship of Orthodox Stewards
      and the Fellowship of Orthodox Christians in America
      �The Hub� offers a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in youth
      ministry. We are pleased to feature it directly on the OCA web site, and
      we hope to keep adding to it and refining it in the coming years.�

      Mr. Ryan Platte, web site Technical Manager, was responsible for
      importing hundreds of files from �The Hub <http://oca.org/the-hub>�
      directly into the OCA web site.

      �I had browsed the material in the past, but as I went through the
      process of bringing it to oca.org <http://oca.org>, I was struck by the
      breadth and depth of the articles here,� said Ryan. �I have already
      found it useful in working with the youth in our parish. In bringing
      �The Hub� to oca.org <http://oca.org>, we focused on making it easy to
      explore and discover the 340-plus articles and other resources, spanning
      over 50 different sections.�

      �The Hub <http://oca.org/the-hub>� is free and available to everyone.
      Suggestions for additions or corrections may be sent to Andrew Boyd at
      aboyd@... <mailto:aboyd@...>.

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