Gospel To All Nations

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The GTAN team is led by Fr. Maximus Regis Urbanowicz, [[evangelist]] and [[missionary]], who has undertaken missions to many countries of Eastern Europe and Asia since 2003, including [[Church of Ukraine|Ukraine]], Belarus, [[Church of Russia|Russia]], Pakistan, the Republic of [[Church of Georgia|Georgia]], and Sakhalin Island in the Russian far east.
 
The GTAN team is led by Fr. Maximus Regis Urbanowicz, [[evangelist]] and [[missionary]], who has undertaken missions to many countries of Eastern Europe and Asia since 2003, including [[Church of Ukraine|Ukraine]], Belarus, [[Church of Russia|Russia]], Pakistan, the Republic of [[Church of Georgia|Georgia]], and Sakhalin Island in the Russian far east.
  
GTAN is part of the [[Orthodox Church in America]] and is under the [[omophorion]] of  Metropolitan [[Herman (Swaiko) of Washington and New York|Herman]].
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GTAN is part of the [[Orthodox Church in America]] and is under the [[omophorion]] of  Metropolitan [[Jonah (Paffhausen) of Washington|Jonah]].
  
 
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Revision as of 18:45, November 11, 2009

Gospel To All Nations (GTAN) is an international Orthodox evangelism ministry. The headquarters for GTAN is in Winchester, Virginia.

The GTAN team is led by Fr. Maximus Regis Urbanowicz, evangelist and missionary, who has undertaken missions to many countries of Eastern Europe and Asia since 2003, including Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Pakistan, the Republic of Georgia, and Sakhalin Island in the Russian far east.

GTAN is part of the Orthodox Church in America and is under the omophorion of Metropolitan Jonah.

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