Interactive map of churches and religious buildings destroyed by the Russian army

The interactive map is available here

HRWF (12.04.2022) – During the first month of the war, the Russian army destroyed more than 60 Ukrainian churches and religious facilities in at least eight regions of Ukraine: Kiev, Donetsk, Zhytomyr, Zaporozhye, Lugansk, Sumy, Kharkiv and Chernihiv.


An interactive map of Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant, Muslim and Jewish places of worship and religious structures destroyed on the territory of Ukraine by Russian troops has been created by the State Service of Ukraine for Ethnic Affairs and Freedom of Conscience?


Among the destroyed Protestant buildings are the Prayer House of Christians of Evangelical Faith in Boiarok, the Baptist seminary and Eurasian Mission in Irpin, the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary in Pushche-Vodits, and New Life Church of Evangelical Christians Baptists in Izium, and churches in Mariupol.


See details, location and pictures here:


Ukrainian Orthodox Church in communion/ unity with Moscow Patriarchate (39)

This Orthodox denomination is more prevalent in Kyiv and Eastern Ukraine (Kharkiv – Donbas) where the war was raging during the first month

Orthodox Church of Ukraine/ Patriarchate of Constantinople (5)

This Orthodox denomination was created on 15 December 2018, recognized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and granted the tomos of autocephaly on 5 January 2019

Protestant communities (5)

Roman Catholic Church (1)

Muslim communities (3)

Jewish communities (3)



Photo: Irpen Bible Seminary (Protestant)

Further reading about FORB in Ukraine on HRWF website