Alexey Godyaew

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The first Russian Orthodox churches in New Zealand were established in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s by Mitred Archpriest '''Alexey Godyaew'''.
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The mitred archpriest '''Alexey Gavrilovitch Godyaew''' was an Orthodox [[presbyter|priest]] who established the first Russian Orthodox [[church]]es in New Zealand in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s.
  
Fr Alexey travelled extensively pastoring the parishes until his retirement.
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==Life==
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Fr. Alexey was born on [[February 8]], 1900 in Bolshaya Utcha, Russia to Gavriil and Antonina Godyaew. He married Anna Muhlen in Paris in 1930.
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He travelled extensively pastoring the new parishes until his retirement.
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Fr. Alexey died at home on [[March 19]], 1991 and was buried at Waikanae Cemetery.
  
 
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==External link==
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*[http://www.antiochian.org.nz/parishes/Dunedin_Files/Dunedin.html News Of The Antiochian and Other Orthodox Churches in New Zealand: S.Michael's Orthodox Church Fingall Street Dunedin: History]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:25, May 19, 2007

The mitred archpriest Alexey Gavrilovitch Godyaew was an Orthodox priest who established the first Russian Orthodox churches in New Zealand in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the 1950s.

Life

Fr. Alexey was born on February 8, 1900 in Bolshaya Utcha, Russia to Gavriil and Antonina Godyaew. He married Anna Muhlen in Paris in 1930.

He travelled extensively pastoring the new parishes until his retirement.

Fr. Alexey died at home on March 19, 1991 and was buried at Waikanae Cemetery.


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