PA: Scranton - 4

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Metro Area: Scranton - Wilkes-Barre - Hazleton (PA)
St Vladimir Ukrainian Greek-Catholic
426 N 7th Ave
Scranton
PA
18503-2104
USA
See Mailing Address Below
Phone: 570-342-7023
Other: 570-346-4301 (Hall)
Fax: 570-342-7130
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Ukrainian Greek-Catholic
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
Cemetery: This parish has a cemetery


Always call ahead to verify times

Day

Service

Time

Sunday Divine Liturgy 10:30am
Monday - Friday Divine Liturgy As announced
Saturday Divine Liturgy (Sunday Vigil) 4:00pm
Feast Days Divine Liturgy As announced

Mystery of Reconciliation

Days on which Divine Liturgy is served Prior to or after Divine Liturgy
Other Days & Times By Appointment

The Weekly Bulletin is available online


Mailing Address:
St Valdimir Church
430 N 7th Ave
Scranton
PA
18503-2104
USA
Ph: 570-342-7023
Fax: 570-342-7130

The exterior photograph appears on the semi-official website of the parish and is used here with the kind permission of Rev Paul (Wolensky), pastor of St Vladimir
The interior photograph is by Pavloosh, a member of the parish, and also a member of the Byzantine Forum community - where he posts under that name. It originally appeared on the Forum's Photo Gallery.
Semi-official website links to a page maintained by the parish at parishesonline.com
Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1908, as Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church Congregation of St Wolodymir of Scranton, PA
Parish erected in: 1908, under the patronage of St Wolodymir (Vladimir)
Relocated in: 1932, to meet at St Lucy (Latin) Church & St Mary (Byzantine) Church, during construction
Relocated in: 1933, to its original (and present) site
Renamed in: 1933, as St Vladimir Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church
For this church, this is entry 2
of 2
This Entry Last Updated: 10/23/2010
Latitude: 41.4128283
Longitude: -75.6718235
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