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Holy Resurrection Orthodox Mission (OCA) in Fargo, ND

Some of you may be familiar with the reasons why the former AOCNA mission in Fargo, ND is now Holy Resurrection Orthodox Mission Church under the Orthodox Church in America. I will not elaborate on those reasons here; a simple Google search will no doubt retrieve all relevant information.

Rather, I would simply like to point out that one of the various outcomes of the events in question is that the community no longer has their mission grant from the AOCNA. All of the surrounding circumstances being somewhat abrupt, the mission is evidently struggling to keep its head above water. Please prayerfully consider giving a gift to this community in their time of need; I have no doubt that every and any little bit would help. Additional information may be found on their website; their mailing address is 1845 16th St. S., Fargo, ND 58103.


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