Save the Date! UGCC Singing Conference in Parma Ohio


More details to come...and save the date- this is going to be really really really (!) great.

Чекаємо Вас! // Save the date!

All cantors, singers, choir directors, faithful, and all interested are invited to the First Annual Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Singing Conference organized by the Patriarchal Liturgical Commission and the St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy in Parma

St Elias Featured on Zhyve TV's "Open Church"

Here it is! Zhyve TV's latest episode of "Open Church/ Відкрита церква" featuring our Parish. Ми щиро дякуємо всій талановитій команді з України, яка створила це відео. Even if you don't understand Ukrainian you'll enjoy the film.
FYI - Zhyve TV is a project of the UGCC , sharing live broadcasts, information and activities in Ukraine and the world. If you watch their programming, consider making a donation towards their continued good work-visit website and click the donate button (the big yellow one on the top right) or, contact the parish office. We can vouch that that talented + dedicated crew will appreciate your gift and put it to good use. To view click on the photo below.

February 10th 2018- Interview and Open Church episode. By Zhyve TV on aired on Channel 5 Ukraine.

Seminary News...

Unless directly connected most of us don't give a whole lot of thought about where our future clergy study and receive their formation. Every parishioner should know where and how our seminarians study- and pray for them.

Holy Spirit Seminary has been an important part of our lives at Saint Elias.  Please read the statement below from the Canadian Bishops, on the decision to move the Seminary to Alberta, reflect on it and be informed.

weekly round up!

Axios! Fr. Andrij

Parishioners will remember the newly Fr. Deacon Andrij spent his summer here and if you were really lucky you heard his amazing saxophone and piano talent. He was recently ordained in Rome. Hurry back for a visit!


Meanwhile in Texas

If this doesn't make you smile- we don't know what will. Bishop Venedykt's visit to Houston. (apologies, no photo credit)