The Russian Copper Company has built a shrine in the South Urals for John Chrysostom
21.07.2010 — News
A church in honor of St. John Chryostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, will be consecrated in September, 2010. The church was built in Karabash at the expense of the Russian Copper Company’s philanthropic foundation.
As the Russian Copper Company’s press office has informed RusBusinessNews, the construction began in July of 2006 and was not halted even during the financial crisis, which so affected the metallurgical industry's profits. Inside the church, in addition to the main altar, there is a baptismal area and a small temple on the lower level.
During a mid-July visit to the Church of St. John Chrysostom, the governor of the Chelyabinsk region, Mikhail Yurevich, and the directors of the privately-held Russian Copper Company planted trees in the main passageway through the church complex.
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