Here's a map that I took from the Ukrainian Baptist Union site, because I liked the way it showed the oblast ("state"):
Assuming we go with what we're thinking now, we'll be in the Zaporozhskaya oblast.
And here's a Google map:
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I don't know why it's putting my marker all the way down at the bottom, instead of centering on it, but that's good, because you can see Moscow (up at the top) and Kiev. You can also move around and zoom in with the controls. The yellow pin is on the town of Dneprorudiy. That's a possible location Scott suggested we could go to. (Their site still says that's where they live, but as I understand it, they're in another village now.) We'll probably head to Dneprorudniy and see if it's a good fit for us when we get there. So far, I know that it's a small town: 23,000 inhabitants. There is a church there, and that's probably where we would mostly be helping out.
Also, here's a good, detailed map of the region, but it's in Ukrainian.
You can go ahead and start with the questions. We might not have time to answer them for a few days, though. Tomorrow we'll be seeing my parents off and heading to Charlotte for the weekend. Goodbye!