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Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude

“I am incredibly grateful to God for the gift of ministry and service to you over the past two years as your bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy … We have prayed together at the Divine Liturgies, I have personally greeted you and we have discussed how our Church and our community could be stronger, more vibrant and united.”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy

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DOLLARS RAISED OF $3,650,000 GOAL

  • Dollars Raised - Percentage of Final Goal 62% 62%

Current Campaign Donations

Together We Have the Power  to Impact Our Future

Having deeply comprehended the present challenges and future development of our Church, I initiated a fundraising campaign to preserve our spiritual and physical heritage for the future generations of our community. I am inviting you to join me in this important fundraising effort to better support all parishes and missions within the Eparchy; address the urgent restoration needs of the 112-year-old Cathedral; and to develop our Eparchial resources. Since its beginning, our Eparchy has been a spiritual home, a shelter for those in need, consolation for those in grief and joy for those living with God. Although we are geographically far apart, as members of one community we are close spiritually. Everyone in our family has a unique value and many talents to share. Let us share our God-given gifts to continue building our faith together in unity and with gratitude!”

Bishop Benedict (Aleksiychuk)

Campaign – Latest Updates

$2,044,000 Pledged

In spite of the fact that the COVID-19 virus has slowed down our campaign activities, we are planning a wrap-up of Phases 1 &2 and the launch. New staff have joined the Development Department to provide sustainable services to the Eparchy and our parishes. We are...

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Campaign Update

The COVID-19 virus has slowed our campaign activities, but we are planning wrap-up of Phases 1 & 2 and the launch of Phase 3.  New staff have joined the eparchy office, to provide sustainable capability for fundraising and development services to the Eparchy and...

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$1,912,000 Pledged

Our Building Our Faith Together, in Unity and with Gratitude capital campaign fund as of a week or so ago was at $1,912,128. We are receiving numerous donations weekly but, as anticipated, in substantially smaller amounts than we did in Phase 1. The St. Nicholas...

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Our Campaign Goals

The financial goal of the Campaign is $3,650,000. The proceeds will be used to address the three following objectives:

$500,000

EPARCHY ENDOWMENT TO STRENGTHEN OUR PARISHES

 

$2,650,000

ST. NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL RESTORATION 

$500,000

Development of Eparchial Resources

 

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Testimonials

“I enthusiastically support this Campaign both financially and through my efforts as Chairman of the Stewardship and Development Committee. St. Nicholas Church has been the site of the most meaningful and important family events in my life and I am grateful for the comfort and inspiration it has provided my family for over three generations. I also believe that, with the necessary financial support, the Eparchy is poised to make a substantial contribution to the whole Ukrainian Catholic community by assisting and developing all the parishes of Eparchy.”

Oleh Skubiak, St. Nicholas Cathedral

“Because we are part of the universal church it doesn’t make sense for us to be on our own. We need to be, we have to be part of the Eparchy. We need to have our Cathedral. We need to have our seminarians. I belong to a religious order, but we serve in this Eparchy and we have served under the Bishop of St. Nicholas Eparchy. We could not exist without the Eparchy, without the Cathedral, without the bishop. That is the essence of being a Catholic church.”

Fr. Daniel Schaicoski, Immaculate Conception Parish, Detroit

“For myself, for my immediate family and my broader family it’s important to maintain the Ukrainian Catholic traditions because we were brought up in them, we were raised in them. This is our life. But our world is changing and our church must evolve with it. Not on a day-to-day or month-to-month basis. We must think about the future of our church in terms of a long-term continuum. And the Eparchy, in its leadership role in our Church, must have the resources to lead and to continue to support our Ukrainian Catholic faithful for many decades to come.”

Andres Durbak, St. Joseph the Betrothed Church

I am a very strong supporter of our Ukrainian Catholic Church and I think that building up the Eparchy resources is a very important task. It seems to have been neglected for a while and I think that our new Bishop has done a fantastic job reaching out and connecting with our faithful throughout the whole Eparchy in the Western United States.”

Marta Farion, St. Volodymyr and Olha Church