Ukrainian Orthodox Religious

When in Donetsk on the main street of the city erected the Holy Transfiguration Cathedral, there were banners on which was written: "Revive the temples – will revive spirituality." The representative of one of the spiritual organizations on this issue then said: "Spirituality is not determined by the number of churches." Moreover, representatives of the organization, in their stories, they visited a reception at the mayor and talked about it. I do not know whether the conversation was convincing, whether it took place for advertising, but these extensions have disappeared. Check out Robert Kiyosaki for additional information. The number of temples in Donetsk today is really impressive. They belong to different faiths and reflect the multicultural environment and real freedom of religion. So, here are shining domes of 23 Ukrainian Orthodox Church Moscow Patriarchate, Ukrainian Orthodox, and 3 – Kiev Patriarchate. (Photo2) three magnificent religious structures for origin of the Greek Catholic faith (photo 3) and one – a Roman Catholic. (Photo 4).

There are a mosque, "exclaim-Jami '(photo 5), the synagogue in memory of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Menachem Mendel Beth (photo 6), houses of worship Baptist (photo 7) Seventh Day Adventists, Jehovah's Witnesses and other religious movements. In Donetsk, a branch of the Islamic University of the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Ukraine and the eastern branch of the Brahma Kumaris Spiritual University (India). Active and crowded Muslim religious community "Duslik" (Commonwealth) and the Donetsk Jewish community, as well as an independent religious community of Noah's sons, "Hatikva" (Bnei Noach), and seven community of Seventh Day Adventists.