Although founded by a group of Ukrainian
expatriates, our community is open to people of
any nationality. All who come with sincere intent,
whether or not they are Orthodox or Christian, are
welcome, and all who attend, whether or not they
are Ukrainian, will have a good chance to make
friends as we worship together according to the
ancient Christian tradition, and together explore
how to apply the wisdom of Christian teachings to
our lives in today's world.
Services alternate between Ukrainian and
Japanese, with English used each week. Our priest,
Fr. Paul Koroluk, speaks English and Japanese.
We are extremely grateful to the Faithful of St. Alban's
Anglican Church, and to Bishop Takahashi of
Tokyo, for allowing us to worship at St. Alban's.
God Grant them many years!
1st and 3rd Sundays of the Month
Divine Liturgy at 1:00 p.m., at St.
Alban's in Kamiyacho
(Confession and reading of hours at 12:30 p.m.)
2nd and 4th Sunday of the Month
Divine Liturgy at 11:00 a.m. Fleet Activities Yokosuka
Chapel of Hope
Yokota Air Base Friendship
please do not
for any reason
we have been
able to resume
Chapel of Hope
in Tokyo we
long as Tokyo
remains at 'red
' alert level.
their home to
us for so many
years now, and
they, and we,
will be able
to return to
chance to do
March - Great
April - Annunciation
April - Palm
Sunday 2 May -
Here for you
Fr. Paul is always
eager to bring the sacraments, or simply a
friendly ear, to anyone who wishes either.
If you, or anyone you know, has some need,
or is simply in Japan for a long or short
stay, please contact the mission to
arrange a visit. For visiting seafarers, a
visit to your ship and services on board
or at a nearby Mission to Seafarers can be
Women who come to
Japan alone face unique difficulties, but
you are never really alone; God will never
forget you, and neither will we! Our
community includes other women who would
want to meet you.
Please see our contact page to find out how to reach