Restoration of a neo-Gothic church has begun in Ternopil region

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In the village of Chabarivka in the Ternopil Region, work on the preservation of the Archangel Michael Church has begun.

About this reports said on the page of the Husiatyn Museum of Local History.

It is known that the shrine was built in 1925-1930. During the Soviet period, a collective farm warehouse operated in the temple. In the 2000s, the temple was returned to the Roman Catholic community.

Photo: Husiatyn Museum of Local Lore

Now the parish is served by Franciscans, namely members of the order of Friars Minor from the parish of St. Anthony in Gusyatyn.

Divine services in this temple are held on Sundays and holidays, on weekdays it is closed due to restoration work. The restoration of this temple is carried out at the expense of believers.

Photo: Husiatyn Museum of Local Lore

The Church of Saint Michael the Archangel is a pointed church made of unplastered brick covered with red tiles.



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