Reception of Fr Job Clark

At the Holy Monastery of St. John of San Francisco in Cobleskill, NY on Friday night, September 23/Oct 6, 2017, through Saturday morning while celebrating an all-night vigil followed by a Hierarchical Divine Liturgy, His Eminence, Metropolitan Demetrius of America, graciously received Fr. Job Clark of Kentucky into the Church of Christ and the Holy Synod of the GOC of America in the presence of God and in the multitude of the Saints and Angels.

"As it seemed good unto the Lord so hath it come to pass, blessed be the name of the Lord"

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