San Francisco Directory

for the year 1876

CHURCHES.

Miscellaneous.

Russian Church.

Place of worship, 1108 Pierce Street. His Eminence Johannes, Bishop of Alaska, in charge; residence, 1108 Pierce Street. Rev. P. J. Kedrolivansky, Archpriest, and Ecclesiastical Superintendent of all the Russian Churches in Alaska; residence, southwest corner of Union and Pierce streets; Rev. N. Kovregin, Missionary Priest, residence, 1411 Jackson Street.

Services every Sunday morning at nine and Saturday evening at six o’clock.

There is a school in connection with the church held every day during the week except Sunday, instructing children in religion and preparing them for the church.

Officers.– Rev. P. J. Kedroliwansky, and Rev. N. Kovregin form the Board of Consistory. [Page 1080]

 

SOCIETIES.

Benevolent.

GREEK RUSSIAN SLAVONIAN ORTHODOX EASTERN CHURCH AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.– Organized September 2, 1867. Meetings held first Monday of each month, at 911 Jackson Street.

The objects of the society are to assist the poor, take care of its sick members, and bury its dead.

Officers.– Samuel Martinovich, President; L. Zenovich, Vice-President; B. Radovich, Secretary. Office NE cor Jones and Post Streets. [Page 1085]

 

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

Clergymen.

Johannes, bishop of Alaska, dwl 1108 Pierce

Kedrolivansky P. J., Archbishop Russo-Greek Church, dwl SW cor Vallejo and Pierce

Kovregin, Nicholas, Russo-Greek Church, dwl 1411 Jackson

Metropolsky Nicholas bishop Russian-Greek Church of Alaska, dwl Polk bet Green and Union. [Page 887]

 

 

Russia, Vladimir Weletzky consul, office 39 South Park [Page 704]

Russian Seminary, Johannas, Bishop of Alaska principal, Pierce bet Vallejo and Green [Page 704]