UOC believers' prayer for peace in Ukraine starts on Vladimir Hill in Kyiv

Prayer for peace on Vladimir Hill in Kiev. Photo: UOJ

Nearly 100 believers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, who suffered from the aggression of schismatics, gathered on the Vladimir Hill for a prayer service.

A prayer for peace in Ukraine began on Vladimir Hill in Kyiv, after which the believers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church will hand over an appeal regarding the persecution of their Church to President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky.

Representatives of the communities, affected by the raider actions of the OCU and the Kyiv Patriarchate, arrived to send the letter to the capital.

The appeal was signed by over 1,063,000 people.

About 100 parishioners of the UOC, who suffered from the aggression of schismatics, gathered for the prayer service.

The UOC Information Center has published a live broadcast of the prayer service on the Vladimir Hill.

The event was also broadcast by the First Cossack youtube channel:

Earlier, the UOJ published the text of the appeal of the UOC believers to the President regarding the persecution of their Church.

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