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Please use all available features of this new site. We will keep you posted when we are ready to move forward with our new website.
Holy and All-praised Apostle Philip (1st c.). St. Justinian the Emperor of Byzantium (565) and his wife St. Theodora (548). St. Gregory Palamas, archbishop of Thessalonica (1360).
Ephesians 2:4-10; Luke 10:25-37To Apostle: 1 Corinthians 4:9-16; John 1:43-51
Last day before Nativity Fast
Picture Gallery from Veterans Day Celebration
Veterans Day Celebration Picture 8Veterans Day – One Way to St. John the Baptist Parish
Veterans Day Celebration Picture 9St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Veterans Day CelebrationPhotographers Dr. Peter A Hatala, Jeff Hatala and Seminarian Hryhoriy
Veterans Day CelebrationAltar boys are ready for the procession to the church
Fr. Ivan Synevskyy and Fr. Myron Oryhon greeting the HierarchsVeterans Day Celebration Picture 53
Hierarchical Divine Liturgy with His Eminence Metropolitan Antony and Bishop DanielVeterans Day Celebration – Reading of the Gospel
Fox40 HDNews and WBNG chanels have news clips. Click on the picture bellow to see the video. Bishop Daniel posted some pictures on the facebook page. Stay tuned as more pictures will be published soon…
By Esperanza Gutierrez
JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) -- The ceremony held at St. John's Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Johnson City on Sunday recognized all veterans and those currently still serving.
The ceremony called "Salute and Honor St. John's Military Veterans" attracted a big crowd.
Source: http://www.wicz.com/story/33643495/st-johns-orthodox-church-honors-veteransBy Erin Hamm
On sunny but cool autumn morning parishioners of St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Johnson City NY, together with the guests gathered to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the parish.
After customary greeting of His Eminence Metropolitan Antony by Jr. UOL, Sisterhood, Parish President and the priest celebration began with the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy.
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