505 Watt Street

May 25, 2019 & May 26, 2019
Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Celebrating 100 YEARS!!

Holy Eucharist Church was first established in 1918 by Ukrainian Catholic Bishop Nykyta Budka, the Church today built in 1954 is located on Watt and Munroe and is adorned with a hand-carved Iconostas, crystal chandelier and stained glass windows and frescoes done by famous artists Mol, Kowal, Hordynsky, and Lucinda Dorian from Prairie Stained Glass. A sight to behold. Known for our Ukrainian heritage and traditions hosting many events throughout the year for all to participate…Holy Eucharist has carved a name in Winnipeg and abroad with their famous Perogys, our perogys have travelled the world leaving many craving for more of these tasty treats.

This year in Celebration of 100 Years in the Elmwood Community we invite you all to participate in “Winnipeg’s Largest PEROGY BASH”. Saturday, May 25, 2019, 460 Munroe Ave. Come join us for an evening of FUN, learn the perogy dance, perogy eating contest, and best of all… All the perogys you can EAT!!!! Tickets ($20 each) can be purchased through the Parish Office – 204-667-8866.

Guided tours will run every 60 minutes throughout the day, large groups please call ahead.

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