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Welcome to the Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest, part of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. The Diocese of Toledo is led by His Grace Bishop Anthony and includes more than 45 churches and missions in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. 

 

February 2016 Newsletter, Diocese of Toledo and the Midwest SOYO

Christ is in Our Midst! He is and Ever Shall Be! The Midwest Diocese Teen SOYO Board hopes that you are all having a blessed winter season! 2016 has begun with a many blessings, and more to come! This past January, the 2016 Canton Basketball Tournament was a success with many great games played! Congratulations to all churches who participated and came out to Canton! If you have any pictures you want to be featured Midwest SOYO's social media pages, feel free to message any of the officers!

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Bishop Anthony Celebrates his 60th Birthday with a Liturgy and a New Set of Vestments

On Sunday, January 17, His Grace Bishop Anthony celebrated the feast of St. Anthony the Great, and his 60th birthday, at St. George Church in Canton, Ohio. The clergy and churches of the diocese also came together to purchase a new set of vestments for His Grace. May God grant our beloved bishop many, many more years!

Update Regarding the Flint, MI Water Crisis

Protestors object to unsafe water in Flint, MIProtestors object to unsafe water in Flint, MIDear Metropolitan Joseph, Bishop Anthony, beloved hierarchs, and Midwest Diocesan Clergy,

Masters Bless! Christ is in our Midst!

I want to thank everyone who has contacted me about the terrible situation the residents of Flint, MI are going through. As you may have learned, this has been going on for over one and a half years.

I wanted to let you know our parish of St. George (Flint Township) along with the 3 other Orthodox Churches in the Flint area (Assumption-GOA, St. Mary Magdalene and St. Nicholas, both Bulgarian-OCA) are located outside of the City of Flint and are not part of the crisis. Further, like most of our parishioners, all of our clergy families live in the suburbs of Flint which, again, is not affected. Unfortunately, our parish has 40 families who live in the City of Flint and will continue to live with this unbelievable problem for an undetermined period of time.

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