Ukrainian Church (1961)
Contact: Kenneth Wood
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald Friday 13 January 1961 Page 6
UKRAINIAN CHURCH--Decorations throughout thois new Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, established in a former cheese factory 2 miles south of Lynn in Clark County, shares infleuences called Byzantine. In the far background is an apse for the altar. In this area, removed from the center of the building, only male members of the church are permitted to enter. Exquisite Ukrainian needlework, the handicraft of members of the church, is draped about religious art on the walls of the church. Eight Ukrainian families, numbering about 50 persons, organized the parish and furnished the funds to convert the old factory into a church. An interim pastor from St. Paul, Minn., now serving the shurch on the first and third Sundays of the month. A resident pastor is expected to be assigned in spering.
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