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Metro Area: San Diego (CA)
St John the Baptizer Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church
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4400 Palm Ave
La Mesa
CA
91941-6524
USA
Phone: 619-464-8783
Other: 619-697-5085 or 619-905-5278
Rite: Byzantine
Church sui iuris: Ukrainian Greek-Catholic
Canonical Jurisdiction(s):
Metropolitan Archeparchy: Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
Eparchy: St Nicholas in Chicago of the Ukrainians
Cemetery: None


Always call ahead to verify times

Day

Service

Time

October - June
Sunday (1st in each month) Divine Praises 8:30am
Sunday
Divine Liturgy (Bi-Lingual)
9:30am
Weekdays Divine Liturgy Consult the Bulletin or the Calendar
Saturdays Great Vespers (English) 6:00pm
Feast Day Vigils Great Vespers (English) 6:00pm
Feast Days Divine Liturgy Consult the Bulletin or the Calendar
     
     
July - September  
Sunday Divine Liturgy (Bi-Lingual) 9:30am
Weekdays Divine Liturgy Consult the Bulletin or the Calendar
Feast Days Divine Liturgy Consult the Bulletin or the Calendar
     
     

Mystery of Reconciliation

Days of Divine Services Half-Hour Prior to Divine Services
Other Days and Times By Appointment

The Weekly Bulletin Is Available Online

The Monthly Calendar Is Also Available Online



The interior and exterior photographs appear on the parish website and are used here with the kind permission of Father James Bankston, pastor of St John the Baptizer
Status & Location Changes:
Formed in: 1960, as the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Mission of St Andrew the Apostle
Relocated in: 1961, to meet at St Didacus (Latin) Church, San Diego
Relocated in: 1962, to meet at St John the Evangelist (Latin) Church, San Diego
Renamed in: 1967, as Our Lady of Perpetual Help Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church
Relocated in: 1967, to meet in its own temple at 4014 Winona Ave, San Diego
Parish erected in: 1972, under the patronage of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Relocated in: 2001, to its present site
Renamed in: 2009, as St John the Baptizer Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church
For this church, this is entry 4
of 4
This Entry Last Updated: 02/29/2012
Latitude: 32.7584245
Longitude: -117.0153864
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