Our Church is a center for spiritual growth, where positive attitudes are developed, where good people become better, where hurts are healed, where lessons are learned, where friendships are developed, where marriages are strengthened, where families are bonded, where the restless find peace, where love is alive,where God and where Jesus Christ is Lord. We are on a campaign when a noble goal...to spread the message of the Gospel which brings a life-changing experience
Saturdays: 4pm in English
Sundays: 11am in Ukrainian / English
Holydays: Check the website
Confessions: Half hour before Liturgy
After Saturday's & Sunday's Liturgy, there will be Blessing of Fruits & Myrovannia. The blessed fruit will be distributed.
An Organizational meeting regarding our church participation in the Classic Car Show Bazaar, hosted by Americans for Ukraine on Saturday, September 10 in Morgantown to raise money for Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine will be held next Sunday, August 7 After 11am Divine Liturgy. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
On May 18th Archbishop Borys Gudziak took part at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary’s annual graduation ceremony, Concursus. Doctor of Humane Letters degree, honoris causa, was awarded to Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., retired Archbishop of Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Mnohaya Leeta!
With great regret,
passed away on Saturday, July 9th. Mr. Kolubinsky was one of the oldest and long-standing parishioners of our church who loved to sing in the choir and read Sundays' Epistle. A quiet and gentle person, the loss of his presence will be felt.
Thank you to Cyndee Bono and Paul Kowal who made donations of $1,000 each toward our church domes repair. May God reward your gnerosity and bless you richly for many happy years!
Thank you Bob and Lisa Dries for their $500 donation toward the repair of the domes.
Thank you to parishioners and friends of Walter Kolubinsky for their donations in his memory.
Gene & Ann Rydel
Patriarch Sviatoslav met with US Ambassador to Ukraine, Bridget Brink on July 19.
Archbishop-Metropolitan Borys Gudziak and Auxiliary Bishop Andriy Rabiy participated at the installation of Bishop Bryan Bayda to the see of the Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern Canada.
Humanitarian Aid Fund Report as of May 31, 2022: https://ukrarcheparchy.us/archeparchy-news/humanitarian-aid-fund-report-as-of-may-31-2022
Redner's Supermarket has a program "Save-A-Tape" whereby they offer to non-profit organizations a 1% Rebate Offer. Please drop your Redner's receipt in the basket at the back of the church or send your collection of receipts and mail it to Father Ihor.
We need volunteers to staff the Church Thrift Store on the weekends when the store is opened. Check this website for days and hours the Thrift Store will be opened or call Cyndee at 610-587-1471. Your help will be appreciated.
Goals have been set for the Planning in the Archeparchy of Philadelphia: the Preparatory Phase. For more information click on this link: http://ukrarcheparchy.us/the-way
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Each family needs to complete the Registration Card that is found in the church envelopes. Include your email address. If nothing has changed please mark "No Changes".
If you have moved, changed address, added or changed your email address, please notify Lisa Dries.
Lord, I come before you today in need of your healing hand. In you all things are possible. Hold my heart within yours, and renew my mind, body, and soul. I am lost, but I am singing. You gave us life, and you also give us the gift of infinite joy. Give me the strength to move forward on the path you've laid out for me. Guide me towards better health, and give me the wisdom to identify those you've placed around me to help me get better. In your name I pray. Amen
Dear Parishioners! The only way that we can continue our ministry here at Sts. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church is with your generous financial help. Thank you for your generosity in the weekly collection. Know that we need your help and deeply appreciate the sacrifices you make!
We wholeheartedly thank everyone who have volunteered for our parish fundraising projects. They pyrohy makers do exemplary work in helping the parish to pay monthly bills. We ask everyone to become a part of our parish stewardship society because more hands make everything easier in our life. Please speak with Fr. Ihor about your desire to volunteer in our parish church.
Thank you for your generous support of the essential work of the Holy Father and his charitable acts through the Peter's Pence Collection. You have helped to cast Christ's love upon the world. To read more about the good done through the Peter's Pence Collection, please visit: www.usccb.org/mationalcollections
I Stand With Ukraine Yard Signs
are available after Saturday and Sunday Liturgy. There is a $20 donation with all proceeds going to the Ukrainian Relief Aid.
Any gravesite decorations should be removed and taken home to discard and not left at the cemetery. No Dumping is Allowed on the cemetery property. We are unable to discard of them and would like to keep our cemetery neat and free of unwanted decorations. Thank you for your cooperation.
If anyone who is sick or homebound wishes to receive the Sacraments of Confession and Communion, please contact Fr. Ihor at the rectory (610-933-7801 or 973-979-3430).
We ask for you support to the church. Your generous donations helps pay our bills and maintain the church. You may mail your weekly offerings to the church office.
If you would like to request a Liturgy for a family member or friend, there are envelopes in the vestibule of the church. Please complete the information and include your free will donation. Thank you.
We would like to increase our choir membership. If you love to sing, please consider to be a part of our church choir. Contact Marusia Dombchewsky after Sunday's Liturgy.