On September 15, a new academic year began in Georgia. According to the established good tradition, the students of the Spiritual Gymnasium of the Kharagauli Municipality at the Church of St. Andrew received gifts from the Russian Humanitarian Mission and the Foundation for the Support of Christian Culture and Heritage – 18 laptops and more than 350 textbooks for first-graders and high school students on their Knowledge Day.
On the same day, the grand opening of the new stage, the construction of which was completed recently, took place. The red ribbon was cut by Bishop Melchizedek (Khachidze) of Margvet and Ubisky and a representative of the Partskhnalis Foundation, with whose support the summer theater was built and equipped.
The implementation of a humanitarian program to support church communities in socially disadvantaged areas of Georgia began in December 2020. In the Spiritual Gymnasium of the Kharagauli Municipality at the Church of the Apostle Andrew in Kharagauli (Georgia), the Russian Humanitarian Mission, with the financial assistance of the Christian Culture and Heritage Support Fund, equipped modern classrooms and a medical office, installed an autonomous power supply system, repaired the roof and prayer room in the St. Nino kindergarten in Zestafoni, a new sports ground has been opened.