The St. Ursula’s Church (Finnish: Pyhän Ursulan kirkko) is the name given to a parish church affiliated with the Catholic church dedicated to St. Ursula in Kouvola a city in Finland. The church was designed by architect Benito Casagrande. The temple was completed and inaugurated on December 11, 1993.
The church of St. Ursula was founded by the congregation as a chapel on March 9, 1985 and became independent in 1991, after which began to build their own church. Construction of the building is carried out in part with the great help of German Catholics.
From September, 2017, the priest in charge is Jean Claude Kabeza. The parish is still a meeting place for members of a diaspora of 380 faithful from more than 20 countries.
Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is.— Jeremiah 17:7