The Windsor Parish District

The Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral Of St. Vladimir

St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral is located in the most southerly city in Canada, Windsor Ontario. It provides the Orthodox Faithful of Windsor, Essex County and neighbouring US city, Detroit Michigan, a focal centre for many Ukrainian activities - religious, cultural, educational and social. In October 2007, we celebrated our 80th Anniversary as a congregation, and 45 years at our present site on 2000 Tecumseh Road East. In October of 2012 we celebrated our 85th Jubilee and 50 years at our present site.

Our parish has just under 140 members. The Divine Liturgies are celebrated Sundays at 10 AM from September to May, and at 9:30 AM in the summer months from June to August. Vesper Services are at 6:30 Saturday.

Our current pastor is the Reverend Roman Kocur, who came to St. Vladimir's from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Saskatoon in August of 2014.

St. Mary The Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church

Leamington is also part of the Windsor Parish District, with Divine Liturgy celebrated monthly, on a regular basis, at St. Mary The Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Leamington, the Tomato Capital of Canada, is located southeast of Windsor in southern Essex County. St. Mary's is the most southerly Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Canada.

On the weekend of October 29, 2006, the Leamington Parish celebrated their 50th Anniversary as a parish with a Visitation by His Eminence Archbishop Yurij, and a Jubilee Banquet, attended by over 100 faithful.

St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral and St. Mary The Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church are members of the Eastern Eparchy, Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada.

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