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  • Patron’s Feast and consecration of the renovated church of St. George parish in Cojusna

    Hundreds of parishioners in Cojusna community, Straseni region, gathered on 6 May 2018, to celebrate their Patron’s Feast, along with the archpastor of the Orthodox Church of Moldova, Metropolitan Vladimir, and parish rector, archpriest Serghei Jmurcov.

    Clergy from Straseni and other church circumscriptions also participated in the Divine Liturgy, when the renovated church was consecrated.

    During the Small Entrance at the Liturgy, father Serghei Jmurcov, the parish rector, was rewarded by Metropolitan Vladimir with the right of wearing mitra, in sign of high appreciation of the pastoral ministry and efforts for the renovation of the church building and revival of parish life in Cojusna community.

    Protodeacon Ioan Novac was ordained priest and appointed to Holy Trinity Parish in Gratiesti, Chisinau, while monk Filip MIstodie, 3rd year student at the Academy of Theology, was ordained hierodeacon for St. James the Persian Monastery in Sireti, Straseni.

    Metropolitan Vladimir congratulated the newly-ordained clerics and advised them to be worthy servants of the Lord’s Altar, performing their spiritual ministry in the light of love of Christ and His flock.

    In the archpastoral message addressed to the parishioners of Cojusna community, Metropolitan Vladimir thanked the church-goers for supporting the parish rector, Fr. Serghei, in the good administration of the holy shrine. Numerous ctitors were awarded church distinctions in sign of appreciation of their efforts and support.

    The children present at the Feast offered an impressive spiritual concert, supported by the community’s ethno-folk ensemble.

    Father Serghei thanked all those who contributed to the celebration, underlining that it will leave pleasant memories in the hearts of the community members.

    Synodal Sector of Institutional Communication and Mass-Media Relations