Two Thousand People Joins the Russian Orthodox Church in India

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on February 3, 2019

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OCP News Service – 03/02/2019

India- Prayers are requested for Father Athanasius and the Russian Orthodox Mission Team in India. Russian Orthodox clergy and nuns from the USA, Canada, and Russia in India are in the process of baptizing around two thousand people into Orthodox Christianity, including fifty to hundred former Protestant Pastors.

The mission was active among the local community for many months.

This mission expects to receive more than hundred thousand people into the Orthodox Church.

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The donation will be given to the Indian Mission in Andhra Pradesh.

To know more about the Russian mission, please visit


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temesgen February 6, 2019 at 12:55 pm

for with God no thing shall be impossible

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