Campus and Student Activities

Students, faculty, staff, trustees and visitors at St. Vladimir's share food and fellowship all year long; at our annual Thanksgiving Feast and in our weekly Sunday potlucks; through our Lenten gatherings after Presanctified Liturgies and when St. Nicholas pays his annual visit to our community; in the evening hours when we swap babysitting services and serve together in ministry to the homeless of New York City. Living side by side is both challenging and rewarding. At its best, our community brings to mind the words of the Psalmist: "Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!"

Student-Run Workshop Focuses on Crisis Pregnancy Ministry

L to R: Fr. Herman Majkrzak, Keri Landeche, Meryl Turchi, and St. Ambrose leader Ignatius GreenL to R: Fr. Herman Majkrzak, Keri Landeche, Meryl Turchi, and St. Ambrose leader Ignatius GreenBy seminarian Daniel Greeson

The St. Ambrose Society, a St. Vladimir's pro-life student organization, held a public seminar on November 13, 2015. The event featured Maryl Turchi, the Executive Director of Life Options Center, a Yonkers crisis pregnancy center, and Keri Landeche, the Northeast Regional Coordinator of Students for Life of America.

Celebrating the 1,000 Year Legacy of St. Vladimir

O marvelous depth of wonders!
Those who were hard-hearted in understanding and wandering in vain,   
rejoice now in the holy Church,
for this is the day of Vladimir.
Christ our God reigns, and has found another Paul,
setting him as faithful prince in his land,
for by holy baptism he has enlightened his people!
—Aposticha for the Feast of St. Vladimir

On the weekend of October 31–November 1, 2015, the community of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary (SVOTS) gathered to honor its heavenly patron, the Great and Holy Prince Vladimir, by commemorating the translation of his holy relics to Three Hierarchs Chapel.

Seminarians Convene for Weekend Retreat

On the afternoon of Friday, October 23rd, ten students from St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary drove amidst brilliant autumn colors to Pennsylvania for a weekend of fellowship and reflection as part of the Orthodox Inter-Seminary Movement (OSIM). St. Tikhon's Seminary in South Canaan, PA, welcomed 30 students from St. Vladimir's Seminary, Holy Cross/Hellenic College in Brookline, MA, Holy Trinity Seminary in Jordanville, NY, Christ the Savior Seminary in Johnstown, PA, and St. Herman's Seminary in Kodiak, AK.