Group of Clergymen of the Kiev Diocese Sets Off for Combat Zone in the Eastern Ukraine

Source: Pravmir.ru
admin | 15 November 2014
November 13, 2014. With the blessing of the Most Reverend Onuphrius, Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine, a Service of Intercession took place at the All Holy Warriors Church at the Zhmachenko Street in Kiev. The service preceded the beginning of a peace support mission of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the Eastern Ukraine.
Group of Clergymen of the Kiev Diocese Sets Off for Combat Zone in the Eastern Ukraine

The website of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Synodal Department for the Cooperation with the Armed Forces of Ukraine has reported that Metropolitan Augustine of Bila Tserkva and Boguslav, Chairman of the UOC Synodal Department for the Cooperation with the Armed Forces of Ukraine, presided over the divine service.

Among the participants in the prayer were Archpriest Sergei Yuschik, Provost of the Kiev Theological Academy and Seminary; Archpriest Ioann Sveredyuk, Rural Dean of the Dneprovsky deanery; Archpriest Vyacheslav Yakovenko, Rector of the All Holy Warriors Church; and clergymen of the Kiev Diocese.

Following the Service of Intercession, the ecclesiastical mission set off. The mission includes the following priests: Fr. Sergei Yuschik, Fr. Vyacheslav Yakovenko, Fr. Sergei Kiselev, Fr. Andrew and Konstantin Dvoroviy, and also a group of veterans of the Afghan war.

Until the end of the week the clergymen will celebrate Services of Intercession before the shrine with the Holy Relics of the Holy Warriors, hold spiritual talks, and distribute icons and spiritual literature to the soldiers.

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