The Society of the Friends of Mount Athos is dedicated to the study and promulgation of
knowledge of the history, culture, arts, architecture, natural history, and literature
of the Orthodox monasteries of Mount Athos, and to the promotion of the religious and
other charitable work of the Holy Community and the monasteries, both
those located on Mount Athos, and those elsewhere which are dependent or connected
in some way with Mount Athos.
Welcome to the Friends of Mount Athos Online
Here persons interested in Mount Athos, the Holy Mountain and Garden of the Panagia,
may find information about both Mount Athos itself
and ways to participate in the activities of the Friends of Mount Athos
in their mission of support for the Holy Community of Mount Athos.
What is happening....
The Sixth Madingley Conference, 8-10 March, 2013 Announcement and Reservation Information.
The Theme of the 2013 Conference willl be Spiritual Guidance on Mount Athos.
Royal Patron for the Friends of Mount Athos
Pilgrimage to Armenia & Western Georgia: 26 Oct - 3 Nov, 2013
(exclusively for FoMA members)
FoMA invites you to support its ongoing
The Friends of Mount Athos are raising funds for the relief and rebuilding
of Hilandar Monastery following the catastrophic fire of March 4, 2004.
Funds raised by the Friends of Mount Athos are contributed directly to the Monastery,
proceeds from the current appeal going to the restoration of the Monastery's library.
- Humus & Humility
"Ecological choices are, at their root, not economic or political, but rather cultural and spiritual."
FoMA member Bryan Cash has produced this stunning on-line photographic exhibition to illustrate
the inspiring connection between spirituality and the environment as seen on the Holy Mountain.
The poster image is of the Elder Paisios (1924-1994), photo by George Stafanopoulos, from the English translation of the biography of the Elder Paisios by Hieromonk Isaac.
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for additional events, details about upcoming events, and information on our annual Autumn Meetings.
View of the Holy Mountain from a balcony at Stavronikita Monastery, with elements of the katholikon in the foreground.
Photograph by Robert W. Allison, © 2008.