Reverend Father Volodymyr Feskiv was born in the village of Sokoliv, the region of Buchach, Ternopil oblast, Ukraine, into the Orthodox family of Dmytro and Halyna Feskiv. His father, Dmytro Mykolaievych Feskiv, fell asleep in the Lord in 1996.
In 1998, having been recognized with an award of academic merit, he enrolled in the Cantor and Conductor College at the Ivano-Frankivsk Theological Academy.
In 2000, he entered the Ternopil Theological Seminary; completing his studies there in 2004. He and Natalia Stepanivna Pankevych were married that same year.
On February 17, 2004, he was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of Ternopil and Kremenets’k in the Church of St. Volodymyr in Buchach.
On December 5, 2004, following Divine Liturgy in the Church of the Dormition of the Theotokos in the village of Sokoliv, the same hierarch ordained him a Priest.
In 2005, Fr. Volodymyr and Mrs. Natalia Feskiv emigrated to Canada, to join his mother. Their daughter, Veronika was born.
From 2005 to 2008, he studied at St. Andrew’s College at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg.
On August 31, 2008, Fr. Volodymyr was assigned to serve as a priest by His Eminence, Archbishop JOHN (Stinka) of Winnipeg and Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada at the Cathedral of St. Volodymyr in Toronto.
From September 31, 2011, the Reverend Father was assigned by His Eminence, Archbishop YURIJ (Kalistchuk), Archbishop of Winnipeg and Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada as Dean of the Church of St. Anne, in Scarborough, Ontario.
In early 2019, Father Volodymyr moved with his growing family, now including a young son, Ephrem — to accept responsibility for the spiritual life of Descent of the Holy Spirit Ukrainian Orthodox Sobor in Regina; with duties extending also to ministry in the Chapel at Selo Gardens Personal Care Home.