Church Members in Winfield Dedicate Land for New Church and Cemetery

Posted by Kris Hendrickson on

Earlier this summer, the members of St. John the Wonderworker Russian Orthodox Mission Church gathered in Winfield Pennsylvania for an auspicious occasion...the dedication of land for a new orthodox temple and cemetery.  Keystone Edition's Kris Hendrickson was there. For more information, visit their website or call 570-523-8876.

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