High School Mission Trip
The High School Student Mission Trip is a ministry of the
UkrainianOrthodox Church of the USA. We hope to bring aid and comfort
tothose in need through out our country. It is easy to turn a blindeye to
those reaching out a hand for help in our local communities. By our
actions, we hope to show the face of Christ to these people in need and
all we come in contact with and by doing so reaffirm the Holy Orthodox
Faith in an Orthodox Service Community. We pray that by offering daily
prayer services, as well as our love and works, that we will bring not only
ourselves but all involved closer to Christ our God.
2009 Trip to St. Anthony of
Las Cruces, NM
Grants available from the Jr Ukrainian
Orthodox League to aid in defraying
the cost of the trip. Download the grant
form (which may be filled out mostly
electronically) and email or mail to the
Office of Youth Ministry.
2012 Trip to St. Augustine, FL
Orthodox Christian Mission Center &
St. Photios Shrine
About Pokrova and St. Vladimir's
Fire at Pokrova
The church building devastated by a fire in
April of 2013. By a miracle of our Lord, the
icons of the iconostas were untouched.
The parishioners of Pokorova were taken in
by their sister parish of St. Vladimir's across
town. In 2014, the parishes decided to
become one and are working together to still
overcome the aftermath of the fire.
•bout the Trip
• How many are chosen for the team?
• How old do I have to be? Between
•15-18 years old
• What does it cost? $500
•+ your travel to NJ
• When? August 6 - 14
What will you do there?
• Help restore the historic Fisher Family Cemetery Plot
• Help continuing efforts of the St. Vladimir and Pokrova
• Aid the underprivileged communities in South Bound Brook
• Tour historic Philadelphia
• Be the Face of Christ and meet the Faces of Christ
South Bound Brook,NJ
Applications now being accepted!
President of the New Jersey
Delegation to the Continental
Hendrick Fisher was present for the
signing of the Declaration of
Independence on July 4, 1776. He
returned to his residence bringing with
him a copy of the historic document.
About Heinrick Fisher
First mentioned in 1740 in Somerset
County, Hendrick Fisher held the
following political offices:
New Jersey Representative at the
Continental Congress of 1765.
President of the Colonial Assembly.
Member of the Committee of
President of The First Provincial
Congress of New Jersey, 1775.