Father Steven Shaheen
Father Seraphim Moslener
We would like to expand our Board. If you are interested in being a board member, please reply to this email.
Bishop THOMAS: His Grace the Right Reverend THOMAS (Joseph), Ed.D., is the bishop of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, serving in the Diocese of Oakland, Charleston and the Mid-Atlantic.
Father Paul Abernathy
Rooted in the Gospel and the teachings of the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church, the mission of the Beaver County Orthodox Christian Ministry (BCOCM) is to cooperate and coordinate with local ministries and social services in Beaver County regardless of their affiliated Archdiocese. Together we will identify the true need in Beaver County and help and assist those churches to organize, implement, provide, and deliver services to our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Yes, 100% of your donation goes directly to food, clothing or other items that benefit those in need. See our 100% promise here!
We are very fortunate to have private donors who pay 100% of our overhead costs so we can promise that 100% of your contribution goes to our programs helping those in need.
100% of your donation helps those in need LOCALLY. Our ministry serves those needing assistance in Beaver County.
All monetary donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of tax law and your personal circumstances. We are a 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal ID number is: 87-4087165 and our IRS confirmation letter can be viewed by clicking here.
At Beaver County Orthodox Christian Ministry (BCOCM), we know far too many people in our community lack access to food, clothing, and other basic necessities. And we know how terrifying it feels to not know where your next meal might come from.
We believe everyone in need should receive help, free of judgment and anxiety. So we came together as a local movement of Orthodox Christians, to help the homeless and working poor right here in our own neighborhoods, in the name of Christ’s love.
At BCOCM, we treat all who come to us like family, with love, respect, and compassion. BCOCM does not require anyone who helps us, or anyone who reaches out to us for help, to be an Orthodox Christian. We do our best to help all who come to us in need, regardless of their sex, race, or religion.