SF Metropolis Young Adult League Conference

A weekend of worship and fellowship, engaging workshops, inspiring speakers, and community service!

Award-winning actor, talented musician and devout Orthodox Christian Jonathan Jackson is the special guest speaker for the 2019 Young Adult League Conference this Labor Day weekend.

On Friday, August 30, Jonathan will share his personal journey to Orthodoxy, living life in a high-profile profession while maintaining his faith, and the importance of proclaiming one’s beliefs and putting those beliefs into action. Check out this video to hear and see Jonathan boldly proclaim his faith!

In addition to celebrity Actor Jonathan Jackson, our own celebrity Father Niko Bekris will also be speaking at the Conference!

During the weekend, Jonathan will be joined by his wife, Elisa Vultaggio Jackson, to discuss their personal relationship, how their faith in God brought them together, and how to be a living example of their Orthodox Christian faith as a couple, and as parents. The Jackson family makes their home in Nashville, Tennessee where they attend Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church and Saint Ignatius Orthodox Church.

If you’re between the ages of 18 – 35, 
the YAL Conference is where you’ll want to be!

For more information, visit: www.sanfran.goarch.org/events

Jonathan has starred in numerous TV and films including “Nashville,” “General Hospital,” and “Tuck Everlasting,” along with several others. Jonathan is a devoted Orthodox Christian who dedicated his fifth EMMY® to the Mother of God, the Theotokos, and the monks on Mount Athos. He is also the lead singer and writer for the band ENATION which recently completed an international tour. Jonathan is committed to raising awareness to combat the growing global atrocity of modern-day slavery and human trafficking.

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