Clerics of Resurrection Cathedral donate 100 ltr of antiseptic to capital

The antiseptic was made by the clergy of the Kyiv Resurrection Cathedral of the UOC. Photo:

Besides antiseptic, the community of the Kyiv Resurrection Cathedral of the UOC purchases and independently sews protective masks for further transfer to those in need.

The head of the eparchial department of the Kyiv Eparchy of the UOC Archpriest Pavel Bely and the clergyman of the Kyiv Resurrection Cathedral, Fr. John Feer donated 100 litres of antiseptic to the Social Policy Department of Kyiv, reports the press service of the Resurrection Cathedral.

The disinfectants that meet all the necessary standards were made in just a few days by the clergy of the cathedral for further transfer to institutions in great need.

The community of the cathedral, together with the Synodal Department for Social Service and Charity of the UOC, carries out a number of such actions. So, on March 25, the head of the department, Archpriest Sergiy Eshkiyan and Archpriest Pavel Bely handed over 1,000 medical masks to the Kyiv Social Policy Department.

On March 30, with the help of the International Charity Fund of the Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the distribution of grocery sets, antiseptics, and protective masks to elderly and poor people was organized.

As reported earlier, the Primate of the UOC, His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kyiv and All Ukraine, blessed all eparchies to participate in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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