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Welcome to the section of our Library "Help orthodox teacher".  This is a database of programs, procedures, guidelines, scenarios of Orthodox holidays, multimedia materials (presentations, audio and video), examples of children's handicrafts, colorings, Orthodox puzzles, crossword puzzles, poetry, etc. for students of different age groups - from groups of preschoolers to groups of adults. Library is created to help the Orthodox Sunday school teachers, teachers of schools, clubs of moral and spiritual direction, as well as to help "home teachers".

Materials are constantly updated and available for downloading in the relevant parts of the Library. To find the right materials, please use the menu on the left.

We invite Orthodox teachers to place their materials on our site for sharing experiences with colleagues. To do this, please send materials to the address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Project Coordinator: Larissa Boyko-Boychuk

The project is implemented with the blessing of Reverend Philip, Archbishop of Poltava and Mirgorod, Head of the Synod Department for Religious Education and Catechesis of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.





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Today

Monday January 21, 2019 / January 8, 2019

35th Week after Pentecost. Tone one.

St. George the Chozebite, abbot (7th c.) and St. Emilian Bishop of Cyzicus (9th c.). Venerable Domnica of Constantinople (395). Venerable Gregory, wonderworker of the Kiev Caves (1093). Venerable Gregory, hermit of the Kiev Caves (14th c.). Hieromartyr Isidore and 72 companions at Yuriev (Dorpats) in Estonia, slain by the Latins in 1472. New Hieromartyr Victor priest (1937). New Hieromartyrs Demetrius, Vladimir priests, Paphnutius, Martyr Michael (1938). New Hieromartyr Basil priest (1939). Martyr John (1940). St. Michael confessor, priest (1941). Venerable Paisius of Uglich (1504). Hieromartyr Carterius of Caesarea in Cappadocia (304). Martyrs Theophilus the Deacon and Helladius in Libya (4th c.). Martyrs Julian and his wife Basilissa, and with them Marcionilla and her son Celsus, Anthony, Anastasius, seven children, and twenty soldiers, at Antinoe in Egypt (313). Venerable Elias the Hermit of Egypt (4th c.). Martyr Abo the Perfumer of Baghdad, who suffered at Tbilisi, Georgia (786) (Georgia). Sts. Atticus (425) and Cyrus (714), patriarchs of Constantinople. Venerable Agatho of Egypt, monk (4th c.) Holy Virgin Gudula of Brussels (659) (Celtic & British). St. Gregory of Ochrid, bishop of Moesia (1012) (Bulgaria). St. Severinus, apostle of Noricum, Austria (482). St. Theodore of Constantinople (595). St. Erhard, bishop of Regensburg (Bavaria) (700). St. Emilian the Confessor, bishop of Cyzicus (9th c.). St. Macarius (Macres) of Vatopedi, Mt. Athos (1431). St. Severin, bishop of Cologne (397). St. Nathalan of Aberdeenshire. St. Pega, hermitess, of Peakirk. St. Wulsin, bishop of Sherborne.
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