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1962-1964

Meeting was held to build a church in Parma, 10 acres of land was purchased, and the old Parma City Hall was purchased at an auction and moved to the current location of the hall...

1964-1966

Groundbreaking took place, and construction on the new church began...

1967

Building of the church was completed with a formal dedication and blessing...

1972-1973

The three-level, 23-foot-high baroque style iconostas (done by Serhiy Makarenko and Nadia Somko of New York) was completed and consecrated...

1974-1975

Three golden Kyivan Baroque style domes (designed by Alexander Nazaretz) were built (materials donated by the ALCAN Corporation) and installed...

1988

An 800-foot mosaic of St. Vladimir, St. Olha, and Christ overseeing the Baptism of Kyivan-Rus Ukraine (constructed in Italy by the Marchione Studio of Canton, OH) was installed and dedicated during the celebration of the Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine...

1992

New Baroque fiberglass replacement domes were built and installed (manufactured by Michael Dobronos Sr. of Architectural Fiberglass, Inc. of Cleveland, OH)...

1993

The Holodomor Monument, commemorating the victims of the 1932-33 artificial famine in Ukraine, was erected and dedicated on the grounds south of the church...

1995-1996

The Interior Restoration and Iconography Project was completed (done by Christine Uveges and Nicholas Loya of Eikona Studio of Cleveland)...

Our Iconography

This gallery contains photos of the interior iconography, including the iconostas (done by Serhiy Makarenko and Nadia Somko of New York in 1972-1973) and the wall iconography (done by Christine Uveges and Nicholas Loya of Eikona Studio in Cleveland, OH in 1995-1996).

(67 images)


Our Stained Glass Windows

This gallergy contains photos of our stained glass windows.

(21 images)


Our Mosaic

This gallery contains photos of the mosaic of the Baptism of Kyivan-Rus Ukraine (constructed in Italy by the Marchione Studio of Canton, OH), which was installed and dedicated during the celebration of the Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine in 1988.

(14 images)


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St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral
Location: 5913 State Road, Parma, OH 44134

Mailing: 3425 Marioncliff Drive, Parma, OH 44134

 

Email: st.vladimircathedral@gmail.com

Phone: (440) 886-3223 (office)