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Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
Ecumenical Patriarchate
Eparchial Bishop - Metropolitan Antony
Address: 400 Delmore Avenue
South Plainfield, NJ 07080
Phone: (908) 400-7099

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NEW DATE: Parish Feastday Celebration-September 13, 2015: PDF FLYER

80th Anniversary of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary: PRESS RELEASE

PRAY FOR UKRAINE! Statement of the Council of Bishops of the UOC of USAPRESS RELEASE

The 67th Annual Ukrainian Orthodox League ConventionPRESS RELEASE

20th Regular Sobor of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USAPRESS RELEASE

Archpastoral Visit to Nativity of the Mother of God Ukrainian Orthodox Parish in So. Plainfield, NJPRESS RELEASE

2013 Graduation at St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Theological SeminaryPRESS RELEASE

Deacon Vasyl Pasakas Ordained to the Holy PriesthoodPRESS RELEASE


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Holy Great Prince Volodymyr

The Holy Great Prince Volodymyr, Equal of the Apostles. Few names in the annals of history can compare in significance with the name of St. Volodymyr, the Baptizer of Kyiv Rus, who stands at the beginning of the spiritual destiny of the Ukrainian Church and the Ukrainian Orthodox people.

Apostle Aquila of the Seventy

As soon as he looked into the face of the man known as Paul, he understood that he was in the presence of greatness. What a preacher this man was! And what a message he was car­rying out to the world - this electrifying mes­sage of salvation from sin and death through faith in the Holy Redeemer, Jesus Christ of Nazareth!

St. Andrew of Crete - July 4

He spent the first seven years of his life in silence. From birth he had been a mute, and there seemed to be little hope that he would ever speak. Deeply con­cerned, his parents had taken him from one healer to the next, but without re­sults. At last they gave up their hope that he might recover and tried to accept his handicap, since it could not be remedied.

Apostle Bartholomew

He died as he had lived - afraid of nothing, and full of praise for the Holy Father and His Beloved Son, Jesus Christ. Crucified upside down after hav­ing been betrayed by a group of pagan priests in Armenia, St. Bartholomew the Holy Apostle continued to preach the Good News of Christianity to everyone in earshot!

The Apostles Andronicus & Junia of the Seventy

They traveled the roads together – the ancient, cobblestone roads of a region that would one day include such countries as "Austria" and "Hungary" and "Slovakia." On horseback and on foot, they moved endlessly back and forth among the mud­-walled towns and the tiny farm villages of their immense region, located to the south and the west of the Danube River.



(NOTE: there will be NO services

at the parish on the actual feast-day)



Procession of the Cross (8/1):


Procession with the Cross & blessing of honey


Baptism of Rus’-Ukraine (8/1):


Small blessing of water


Holy Transfiguration (8/6):


Blessing of fruits & vegetables


Dormition of the Theotokos (8/15):


Blessing of herbs & flowers


Nativity of the Theotokos (9/8):


Parish Feast-day Celebration

Small blessing of water & a procession around the Church



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