To the Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Ivan Suchavsky

A friendly, warm, inclusive and diverse congregation located in north end of Winnipeg. The Parish itself was formed in 1931 through the leadership of the members of the Brotherhood of St. Ivan Suchavsky. Founding members’ families still play an integral part in the life of the Parish. We celebrate our worship in three languages: Ukrainian, Slavonic and English. We are a cohesive parish working to grow spiritually in our love and service to God.

The mission of the Parish is to: Care for the spiritual-religious needs of its members in the Ukrainian Canadian Orthodox tradition, Provide Christian education in the Ukrainian Canadian Orthodox tradition, Care for the place of worship and the articles within it, Provide cultural, educational and social opportunities for its members, and Participate in the general Christian community at large.

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Who is St. Ivan?

On the appearance of St. John after his martyrdom and his Holy Relics: “An Orthodox priest in the city saw the New Martyr in a dream. John asked him to bring his body to the Church. There the Holy ...

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Our History

On March 1, 1931 a meeting was held at the home of Stephan Piseski. Twenty-nine faithful, from a group of immigrants and pioneers who had migrated from the territory of Bukovina ...

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Perogy Club

Founded in 1967 by Alexander Rogan, Nellie Skrynecki and Wasyl’ Piseski, St. Ivan’s Perogy Club has been meeting almost weekly ever since ...

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