Ukrainian World Congress asks everyone to switch to virtual services due to COVID-19
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) urges Ukrainians to join services online in the situation of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection pandemic.
This is stated on the website of the UWC.
"In the conditions of global quarantine, we can no longer visit churches, but nothing prevents us from joining the Sunday Liturgy online. Be responsible for your health and the health of your neighbors. We offer links to broadcasts of the divine services, to which everyone can join from home," UWC states.
In particular, weekly broadcasts, starting from March 29, can be seen on the channel UA: Pershy, UA: Crimea. Viewing is open to North America and Europe.
The broadcast schedule, time in Kyiv:
9:30 - Sunday Holy Mass of the Roman Catholic Church in Ukraine (live broadcast)
10:00 - Divine Liturgy in St. Michael's Cathedral of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine and All-Ukraine nationwide prayer (live broadcast)
11:30 - Sunday Liturgy of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (live broadcast)
Also, as noted, not only on Sunday but also on other holidays, the liturgies from the St. Michael's Golden-domed monastery of the OCU in Kyiv can be viewed via the social network.
On the eve of each Sunday, the Religious Information Service of Ukraine updates the list of Ukrainian churches where online broadcasts are available. Dozens of channels of worship services in North America and Europe, Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, are collected on a separate web resource Live Liturgy.
Also, all believers are invited to join the common prayer of the Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church Johnson City NY and the Saint Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Parma, OH.