St. Michael the Archangel Russian Orthodox Church
A Patriarchal Parish in the USA
335 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia

Although we are not able to celebrate Divine Liturgy in person, at this critical time, we can know that through our sacrifice, we are helping to save lives - perhaps not down the street - but in the neighboring city or state or country.  Our financial responsibilities for maintaining the property even during this challenging time continue. The Church would greatly appreciate any financial support that you are able to contribute. There are multiple ways this can be accomplished, safely. 
Through U.S. Mail:  Please send your gifts and donations to St. Michael the Archangel Russian Orthodox Church,  335 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123. These will be processed weekly.
Automatic Bank Draft via Online Banking:  You can also set up a regular check from your bank account to St. Michael the Archangel Church through an automatic Bill Pay. Choose St. Michael the Archangel Russian Orthodox Church in Philadelphia as a payee, with the address 335 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19123. Here, you set the amount of your gift and a recurring schedule, e.g., weekly, monthly. With this option, the bank sends your financial commitment on a regular schedule so the church will benefit from the regular cash flow.
Through Secure Online Giving via PayPal Please note that the church incurs fees for all transactions made via this option.  Each donation includes a .30 PayPal transaction fee along with a 2.9% credit/debit card fee.  All donations will be applied to Sunday donation/contribution account.  
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Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone back at St. Michael's celebrating Divine Liturgy in our community when it is safe to do so again.