Sacred Arts Contest
The Consistory Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry wants to encourage youth and young adults to explore their creative talents and to glorify God through art, with the Annual Ukrainian Orthodox Church Sacred Arts Contest.
Part of our mission, is to provide youth and college aged young adults the opportunity to become more involved with their faith, while showcasing the talented and creative youth we have within in our Ukrainian Orthodox Churches. We want our youth to realize that having fun and utilizing creativity can be manifested in a project that shows how they correlate their life with their faith.
Provided on this page are the rules and entry information for the contest. We ask that you encourage all youth and college students to participate. Deadline for entries is October 1st. Prizes will be awarded for first and second place. This year we will be focusing on visual arts. Participants may make their submission in any visual art form: drawing, painting, watercolor, computer design.
Questions about the contest may be made to the Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry at email@example.com
Entrants will be judged within their age category
Make sure to review the rules and regulations to make sure your artwork is submitted correctly.
Submitt your artwork by October 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org with the needed entry form.
All entrants will be on display at the 22nd Sobor of the UOC of the USA October 16 - 19, 2019. At that time our winners and runners-up will be announced.
1. Ages 6-9 Younger Children:
2. Ages 10-12 Older Children:
3. Ages 13-18 Teenagers:
4. Ages 18-22 College Aged Students:
2nd Place Winners will receive an Amazon Gift Card!
All participants will receive a small gift of thanks for their participation! All participants' artwork will be shown at the 22nd Sobor
2018 Faith & Photography Winners
We are pleased to congratulate this year's winners of the Faith & Photography Contest! To view the larger photo, view the slideshow. Hover over the image to learn about the contestant and how their photo was important to the history of their parish.