Chrismation of Zachary Thomas Davidson

On Sunday, October 10th, we had the Chrismation of Zachary Thomas Davidson. We congratulate him, his wife, Ioana, as well as their entire family and friends. May the Lord God grant His newly-illumined servant, Zachary, health, strength, salvation, furtherance in every good thing and many blessed years!

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Chrismation of Zachary Thomas Davidson - 10/14/18

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