The St. Tikhon's Seminary Choir performed this past weekend at Orthodox Education Day held at St. Vladimir's Seminary. This annual event
which draws orthodox and non-orthodox from all over the country is an opportunity to listen to speakers, purchase books and attend seminars.
This year the theme for the event was "For God and Country: Honoring Military Chaplains and Armed Forces." One of the key attractions was a presentation by the curator of the Metropolitan Museum at St. Tikhon's Monastery, Fr. John Perich (STOTS 1979). On loan from the museum was a display honoring Fr Vladimir Borichevsky who was the first orthodox US Army chaplain as well as former dean of St. Tikhon's Seminary.
The photos were provided by David Lucs as well as the Website of the Russian Patriarchal Church.