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Join us for an evening of learning more about the current humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A meal of Ukrainian cabbage soup, bread, pierogies, tea, and desserts is being donated by Lancaster County businesses and organizations.
Donations will be collected to benefit the work that Bethany Slavic Church in Ephrata is doing to help provide evacuation, temporary housing, accommodation's in Poland, Romania and supplying aid to occupied Ukrainian cities.
Date and time:
Mon, March 14, 2022
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Yoder's Restaurant & Buffet
14 South Tower Road
New Holland, PA 17557
March 14th, 2022 6pm-8:30pm6pm-6:15pm:
Casual welcome, meet & greet, taking seats
6:15pm – 6:30pm:
Myron Stoltzfus: Welcome, opening remarks, personal
Opening Prayer (MS or as appointed by MS)
6:30pm – Dinner is served by Volunteers
6:30pm – 6:45pm:
Bethany Slavic Church Childrens Choir – Luda Romanyuk intro’s & provides overview of their journey. (Her’s, the kids & their parents).
6:45pm – 7pm:
Steve Leever: Ukrainian History: Context of European history, Ukraine & Russia
7pm: Deserts / Tea & Coffee – Self Serve
Self- serve and open table discussion based on history overview. Table discussion prompts to be provided
Pastor Bobby P. History of his family's exile to Siberia, Escape & Immigration to Canada
Panel Discussion: Personal refugee journey. Ilya to moderate. Andrey Teleguz. / Konstantin Reznik / Vanessa Teleguz
Family history of persecution & immigration. 40's, 80’s, 90’s, last 30 years and how the current war has impacted each of us today.
Ukrainian War Refugee Aid Fund overview & opportunity to respond: Konstantin Reznik
Myron Stoltzfus: Closing Remarks