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St. Nedela Macedonian Orthodox Church, Ajax, Ontario

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St. Nedela
St.sunday-aj.jpg
View of St. Nedela Macedonian Orthodox Church
43°50′22″N 79°02′12″W / 43.83954°N 79.03662°W / 43.83954; -79.03662
Location485 Bayly Street West
Ajax, Ontario
L1S 6M7[1]
Country Canada
DenominationMacedonian Orthodox Church
Websitestnedela.ca[dead link]
History
Founded1993
Administration
DioceseAmerican-Canadian
Clergy
Pastor(s)V. Rev Ilija Dimitrieski, Rev. Aleksandar Zasov

St. Nedela (Macedonian: Света Недела), also known as St. Sunday (Nedela), is a Macedonian Orthodox Church located in Ajax, Ontario, Canada.

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Background

In 1993, a group of Macedonian Canadians from the Durham Region got together and decided to establish a church for the religious needs of the Macedonians in Ajax and the surrounding areas.[2] After many meetings, ideas, fund raising and discussions the group found a location at Bayly St and Westney Rd in Ajax. A lot of 1 hectare (2 12 acres) was purchased for a price of $450,000 CAD. Years later a new church was built and blessed by Archbishop Stephen, Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia.

As of 2020 the church managed a Macedonian community center, a banquet hall accommodating up to 250 guests, a woman's auxiliary, sunday school and a folklore dancing group.

References

  1. ^ "St Nedela Macedonian Orthodox Church". Retrieved 4 September 2019.
  2. ^ http://stnedela.ca/index.php. Retrieved 14 September 2014. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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This page was last edited on 9 September 2020, at 05:29
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