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December 14, 2013:
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES FOR CHRISTMAS 2013/2014

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November 09, 2013:
Orthodox monastery flooded in Thailand.

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July 11, 2013:
Saint Panteleimon Orthodox parish helps a medical clinic in Cambodia.

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July 08, 2013:
Official notice on the health of archimandrite Oleg (Cherepanin)

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June 23, 2013:
Pentecost celebration on Phuket.

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June 21, 2013:
A message by archbishop Mark of Egorievsk.

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June 19, 2013:
Charity gift by Siam Commercial Bank.

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June 16, 2013:
Thai citizen embraced Orthodoxy.

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June 13, 2013:
New Orthodox church opened on Samui island.

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June 11, 2013:
Visiting the Russian Independence Day celebration banquet.

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Supporting our Seminarians

«The Lord teaches people through people» - so say the Fathers of the Orthodox Church. Therefore, it is crucial to have decent preachers, especially natives, who can explain and spread the Word of God to others.

The education of students, their air travel to Russia, insurance and other costs are quite a heavy burden on the general church budget of the Orthodox Church in Thailand. Therefore, we ask your help:

Brothers and sisters, please accept the opportunity to sponsor the religious education for at least one of our students. Selecting someone so sponsor from the list below, will be of great assistance to Orthodoxy in Thailand and throughout Southeast Asia.

You may:


God bless you for your help!

archimandrite Oleg (Cherepanin),
The representative of the Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand.

 

Summary of donations for the religious education for students from local residents
(Thailand, Laos, Cambodia)

file of a detailed balance


OUR STUDENTS:

Bunthorng Shu
Bunthorng Shu
Bunthorng Shu - a citizen of Cambodia.

Mr. Bunthorng Shu was born in Cambodia in Koh Korng town in 1991. At hte age of 10 he was baptized in the Protestant Church. Upon finishing the school, Bunthorn found job and worked, supporting his mother and relatives. Currently, Bunthorn is enrolled in catechetical courses at the Representation of The Russian Orthodox Church in Thailand.


 Pongsakorn Rodaon
Pongsakorn Rodaon.
PAUL (Pongsakorn Rodaon) - a Thai citizen.

Paul (Pongsakorn Rodaon) was born in 1992 in the province of Nonthaburi to a family of military personnel. He graduated from high school in Yothinburana, then he began to study law at Panakorn Rachapaph University in Bangkok. He has successfully completed the first year. He was baptized 5/6/2012 at St. Nicholas Chapel in Bangkok, with the name Paul in honor of the apostle Paul. He wants to obtain religious education in Russia and devote himself to the service of the Holy Orthodox Church. 


Thongham Piaxayavong
Thongkham Piaxayavong
ANTHONY (Thongkham Piaxayavong) - a Laotian citizen and student at St. Petersburg Theological Seminary.

Anthony (Thongkham Piaxayavong) comes from a farmworker family. He converted to Orthodoxy from the Roman Catholic church. While living in a Catholic mission, Anthony visited the Orthodox parish in Bangkok. He was interested in the theological differences between Orthodoxy and Catholicism. After quite a long time he decided to enter Orthodox Church. In Orthodoxy, he was named in honor of St. Anthony the Great. In 2009, Anthony was sent to study at the Sretenskaya Theological Seminary, and then in St. Petersburg Theological Seminary.


Kampan Phiaxayawong
Kampan Phiaxayawong
CONSTANTINE (Kampan Phiaxayavong) - a Laotian citizen and student at St. Petersburg Theological Seminary.

Constantine (Kampan Phiaxayavong) is Anthony’s younger brother who also converted from Catholicism to Orthodoxy. After moving to St. Nicholas parish, Bangkok, he has a variety of church work. He was taught the basics of Orthodoxy and the English language. He often visited the Holy Dormition Monastery in the province of Ratchaburi, where he worked assiduously for the good of the monastery.



Pone Sompheth
Pone Sompheth
Peter (Pone Sompheth) - a Laotian citizen of Laos and student in training at St. Nicholas in Bangkok.

From a farming family in a small village near Luang Prabang (Laos), Peter (Pone Sompheth) worked as an electrician and driver, providing for his young family, wife and child. In October 2011, after learning about the educational opportunities provided by the Orthodox Church in Thailand for the Thai and Laotian people, he moved to St. Nicholas parish, Bangkok. Along with a variety of church work, Peter desires to be a priest in the Orthodox Church.

ESTIMATED MONTHLY EXPENSE PER PERSON:

TOTAL PROVISION PER PERSON: 9,917.00 Bhat or 316 USD per month.

Please specify the donation with a letter by e-mail (archimandrite Oleg) the student (missionaries) which you have chosen to support. A sample letter format:

I, ______________________________, wish to support the student (missionary) __________________
I transferred (directly to a bank account, via PayPal or by Western Union) the amount of __________________
«DD» MONTH,     20YY.