Dear Brothers & Sisters,

We received the following from Holy Trinity Seminary. Upon reading it, please consider donating to this most important cause. This Sunday at both liturgies, we will take up a collection at the cross for the seminary. If you would like to cut a check, it should be made our to St John ROC/Seminary. After the collections are done, we will send one official check to Jordanville.

Thank you and God bless!

In XC,
Fr Victor

Dear Friends of Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary,

As we approach our 75th anniversary year in 2023, many positive developments continue to unfold.

Our student body keeps growing and prospering, benefiting from an enhanced curriculum, as well as the hiring of two new professors, both of whom happen to be distinguished graduates of our own M.Div. program.

As you well know, it is with your support—and only your support—that our seminary continues to perform its invaluable service to the Church! We receive no government funding, and it has been exclusively the generosity of donors like you that has brought us this far over these many years.

We still need to raise an additional $500,000.00 by December 31, 2022, which will balance the Seminary’s budget for the current fiscal year (ending on June 30, 2023).

Won’t you join in helping us with this wonderful goal?

Electronic donations are easily directed through PayPal, through the HTOS Facebook page, or through our website. If you choose to mail a check, please make it payable to the 'Jordanville Seminary Annual Fund' P.O. Box 36, Jordanville, New York 13361.

This year-end appeal marks the home stretch of the Jordanville Seminary Annual Fund 2022, and we will be so grateful for your generous participation!

In Christ,

Deacon Michael Pavuk
Director of Development
Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary

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