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Saints Cyril & Methodios Church Consecration,
Camp Nazareth , Mercer, Pennsylvania
8/17/2003


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His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas
His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas blesses the Faithful on the Procession to the new church.

His Eminence, Metropolitan Nicholas


Bishops, Priests, Deacons, Sub-Deacons, & Readers lead the procession to the church.


 Very Rev. Michael Polanichka, Protopresbyter, a former pastor of St. John's, in the procession.

 
His Eminence, Archbishop Anthony of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the U.S.A.


Archbishop Jan from the Orthodox Church of Slovakia

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Our Father Andrew in the procession.


Bishop Demetrios of Xanthos, Ecumenical Officer of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America


The Magnificent Bell-Ringers

 
The Cupolas of SS.Cyril & Methodios Church against a stormy sky.


The sun breaks through.....


Our parishioner Michelle Bober in the procession...


A couple pictures of the extraordinary and beautiful church chandelier.


Inside the Church...

 


The incredible wood-carving of SS. Cyril & Methodios that is above the entrance to the Church.


The pilgrims from St. John's are pictured here with Father Andrew and Seminarian Matthew and family.   St. John's parishioners are sponsoring Seminarian Matthew during his study for the Holy Priesthood.


The pilgrims from Saint John's eagerly await for their bus to pick them up and take them on the 6 hour ride to the Consecration.   "Hey, where's the bus?" 

  If you have any photos of past St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church events, which you think might enhance our website or if you simply have any other suggestions, feel free to email Reverend Father Andrew Fetchina or  Fr.  Michael Rustick (Webmaster).
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