Leadership Training Program 2019

Leadership Skills Development Training Program & Divyabodhanam Classes

The Leadership Training Program (LTP) held under the auspices of Marth Mariam Vanitha Samajam of the Northeast American Diocese will hold its final year of classes. LTP is a three year program. It has two main components namely the study of Orthodox faith based on the Divyabodhanam course materials and the development of leadership skills among the participants. Of the three sessions held annually, half a day will be set apart for learning a Divyabodhanam book and the other half for learning leadership skills. Those who successfully complete the three level courses based on the ten books (available both in English and Malayalam) will be awarded certificates of completion of the course.

2018 was a fruitful year in which thirty four participants attended the program at the two campuses. Husband and wife are encouraged to attend the program. This year being the final year will be a combined of the Rockland and New Jersey/Staten Island campuses. The registration fee is $75 per person which includes the textbooks, breakfast, lunch, and snack. Registration will start exactly on time at 8:30am on the first day of class. The program ends at 4pm.

Below is the schedule for the LTP/Divyabodhanam classes for 2019:

  • May 11th, Venue: St. Mary's Orthodox Church, 66 E. Maple Avenue, Suffern, NY 10901.
  • June 1st, Venue: St. Mary's Orthodox Church, 45 E Elm Street, Linden, NJ 07036  Leadership Session by His Grace Zachariah Mar Nicholovos.
  • August 10th, Venue: St. Mary's Orthodox Church, 45 E Elm Street, Linden, NJ 07036.
If anyone has any questions, please contact Mary Ennacheril, LTP Coordinator via email at maryroyennacheril@gmail.com or (914) 373-8865 (cell).

The continued prayerful support of our members - both men and women - is earnestly requested.

We look forward to the LTP 2019 with added vigor and enthusiasm.

Tags: Diocese Event, Marth Mariam Samajam


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