St. George Orthodox Church (ROCOR) in Cincinnati, OH

I would like to bring to your attention St. George Orthodox Church (Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia) in Cincinnati, Ohio.

This is their current building. This is what they are hoping to build soon:

I encourage you to do what you can to help them out. If you’re on Facebook, you can join the group titled, appropriately enough, “I just donated $20 to the St. George Building Fund will you too?” If you’re not, you can just just click here and find out everything you need to know about their building project and how to give online quickly and easily.

I’m particularly appreciative of their attempt to raise a small amount of money from thousands of people rather than large amounts of money from a small number of people. If it works for them, it could work for All Saints, too — so help make it work for them!


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