Trip to New York City
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From March 1-3, 2024, twenty parishioners led by Fr. John traveled to New York City to see an exhibition on African and Byzantine Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and attend local churches.

The churches visited were the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection (OCA) on Second Street, St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral (Moscow Patriarchate) on 97th Street, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Sign (ROCOR) on 93rd Street, and Ss. Peter & Paul Orthodox Cathedral (OCA) on Grand Street in Jersey City, NJ.

We are appreciative of all the churches who welcomed us so warmly and we thank all those who made this trip possible! Glory to God for a wonderful weekend!

Photos

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine - 03/01/24

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Cathedral of the Holy Virgin Protection (OCA) on Second Street - 03/02/24

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Africa & Byzantium Exhibit - 03/02/24

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St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral (Moscow Patriarchate) on 97th Street - 03/02/24

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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Sign (ROCOR) on 93rd Street - 03/02/24

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Ss. Peter & Paul Orthodox Cathedral (OCA) on Grand Street - 03/03/24

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NYC - Miscellaneous - 03/03/24

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Last updated: 2024-03-09 19:35:04
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