About FDF

About Us

The Greek Orthodox Folk Dance Festival Ministry is dedicated, through Orthodox Christian Fellowship and committed leadership, to promoting, encouraging and perpetuating the Orthodox faith, Greek heritage and culture among individuals, families and communities by expressing it through folk dance, folk art, music and language.

Events

At FDF we take pride in creating an overall experience for our attendees. From Workshops to Kids Events to Glendia and the Sunday Awards Banquet.

Diakonia

Diakonia is a service or ministry for Christ and His Church, and that is exactly what the dedicated parishioners within our Metropolis undertake through Diakonia projects. Explore the amazing service and community outreach that has taken place throughout our Metropolis, and learn how you can be involved today!

Contact Us

Have a question? Have a suggestions? Need to get ahold of someone with Registration or Competition or general email? All your answers are here.

In the News

Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival
Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival1 week ago

Honoring the High School Class of 2020!
The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco wants to honor high school graduates by compiling a montage of senior portraits. An online form is available and all high school seniors from parishes in Alaska, Arizona, California,...

Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival
Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival1 month ago

May the joy of our Lord’s resurrection be with you all year long!

Love,
FDF Management Team and Board of Trustees

Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival
Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival2 months ago

Kali Anastasi to all! Archbishop Elpidophoros is sharing a digital light of the Resurrection to coincide with the Proclamation at the Ecumenical Patriarchate. Through this act, we mimic the sublime moment of receiving and sharing the light of Christ to all.

Greek Orthodox Folk Dance & Choral Festival
Archbishop Elpidophoros of America
I fervently pray that you all have a safe and blessed Anastasis (Easter). While we find ourselves unable to gather together physically to receive the Light of Christ this year, may we use this moment of isolation to still come together and pray as One Body for the health, safety, and recovery of all humanity, as we rejoice in the glorious Resurrection of our Lord.