Exactly 6 years ago, on August 2, 2014, the construction of the St. Nicholas Temple Complex began in the village of Deimanivka, Pyryatinsky district, Poltava region. Moreover, as of today, construction continues every day, in summer and winter.
There is almost no information about the village church of St. Nicholas, on the place where the St. Nicholas Temple Complex is currently being built. There is not even a photo of the church. However, a brief historical reference can still be found.
The wooden cult building that once stood in the center of the village was burned during the Second World War. At this place, during the long years of the Soviet period of history, the residents of Deimanivka village were mowing hay near the electrical transformer. After Ukraine has become independent, village believers installed a wooden cross on the place of the church, where festive services, consecration of water, pasture, honey and potions took place on major Orthodox holidays.
And, probably, over the years, the time has come to restore spirituality...
At the request of the village religious community, with the financial support of the benefactor Misak Khidiryan, in 2011, a small chapel was first built by Charitable Organization «Charitable Foundation named after Khidiryana Oganesa Misakovycha». Deimanivka residents and guests of the village began to gather near the prayed place more often. Since August 2, 2014, the construction of the St. Nicholas Temple Complex has been started.
Every year, the St. Nicholas Temple Complex impresses more and more with its beauty and grandeur. A bell tower, an amphitheater for solemn events, a children's playground, a chapel and a memorial to fallen soldiers - part of all this can already be seen at this stage of construction.
And, of course, the most important thing is that St. Nicholas Church over the past six years has become a place of prayer, festive services and blessings for many and many Orthodox believers who make up its strong and friendly community, and in the future a native home for its parishioners.
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