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  • Nina Tkachuk Dimas
      http://newsminer.com/bookmark/17717372-Orthodox-missionary-plans-Fairbanks-visit Orthodox missionary plans Fairbanks visit by Staff report  Fairbanks Daily
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      Orthodox missionary plans Fairbanks
      visit

      by Staff
      report 
      Fairbanks Daily News Miner
      Mar 01, 2012 | 

      FAIRBANKS — A message of hope and healing, “Power
      for living in difficult times,” is being brought to the Interior by Rev. Maximus
      Regis Urbanowicz, a missionary of the Orthodox Church of
      America.

      Urbanowicz is president of Gospel to all Nations and has spent
      23 years doing evangelism throughout 44 nations. He serves at St. Nicholas
      Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

      During his weeklong stay, the missionary
      evangelist will be hosted by the Orthodox Christian Fellowship group which meets
      weekly, Thursday at noon, on the University of Alaska Fairbanks
      campus.

      The clergyman will present retreats for women at 11:30 a.m. March
      14 at Gulliver’s Books and for men at the same time and location on March
      15.

      Urbanowicz will hold seminars at 1 p.m. March 16 and 17 at Schaible
      Auditorium on the UAF campus. Main meetings will be held each evening at 7:30
      p.m., also at Schaible Auditorium in the UAF Bunnell building.

      The priest
      will conduct the

      9 a.m. March 18 Divine Liturgy at St. Herman Orthodox
      Church, Goldstream Road.

      All of the events are open to the community and
      members of all
      faiths.


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