Church of St. James the Greater, Sokolniki

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Location
52°15'11"N
017°42'32"E
Country
 Poland
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  • Sacral
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The Church of St. James the Greater Apostle is a parish in Sokolniki, Września County, Poland, built in the thirteenth century. Its consecration took place in 1416. The current church, constructed in neo-baroque style, was built 1926 and consecrated by August Hlond on 28 August 1932. It is one of 10 parishes within the deanery. On 6 September 2009, the Board of Greater Poland approved the list of operations for the Rural Development Programme for the years 2007 to 2013. The district thus received a grant to repair the church roof.

Documents

Parish registers: Baptisms since 1795 Marriages since 1795 Deaths since 1795

Bibliography

Piotr Maluśkiewicz: Barokowe kościoły Wielkopolski. Wydawnictwo Wojewódzkiej Biblioteki Publicznej i Centrum Animacji Kultury, Poznań 2006, ISBN 8387816949
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