Crimean Tatars offered the orthodox Christians of Kyiv patriarchate to hold services in their mosques, Ukrainian 5 Channel reported.
The priests of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kyiv Patriarchate in Crimea are ready to accept the offer made by Crimean Tatars, said archbishop Yevstratiy Zorya, the spokesperson of Kyiv Patriarchate, according to Religious Information Service of Ukraine.
Two priests have fled from Crimea already; eleven more, headed by archbishop Klyment, continue to serve there, although the entire Crimean clergy of Kyiv Patriarchate chose to evacuate their families from the peninsula. If threatened or driven out from their churches, the priests and lay believers of Kyiv Patriarchate will accept the Tatars’ invitation to use the premises of their mosques for worship.
“They promised to help us protect our rights” – remarked Zorya.
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