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Bibles in various languages


Lists of audio Bibles in English

List of bibles in various languages[edit]

The list below is organized alphabetically by the w:ISO 639-1 language codes. They are usually 2 characters long.

Amharic (AM) – አማርኛ[edit]

Amharic is the official language of w:Ethiopia.

w:Amharic calls itself w:am:አማርኛ (translit: Amarəñña).

The Bible is w:am:መጽሐፍ ቅዱስ in w:Amharic.

Amuzgo Guerrero (AMU) – Amuzgo de Guerrero[edit]

The w:Guerrero Amuzgo language is an w:Amuzgo language spoken in southwest w:Guerrero state in w:Mexico.

Arabic (AR) – العربية[edit]

w:Arabic calls itself w:ar:اللغة العربية (translit: arabīy).

The Bible is w:ar:الكتاب المقدس in w:Arabic.

Awadhi (AWA) – अवधी[edit]

Bulgarian (BG) – Български[edit]

w:Bulgarian language is spoken mostly in w:Bulgaria.

The w:Bulgarian language calls itself w:bg:Български език (translit: bǎlgarski).

The Bible is w:bg:Библия in Bulgarian.

Chinanteco de Comaltepec (CCO)[edit]

Cebuano (CEB)[edit]

Cherokee (CHR) – ᏣᎳᎩ ᎦᏬᏂᎯᏍ[edit]

w:Cherokee language

Sorani (CKB) – كوردی سۆرانی[edit]

w:Sorani is a dialect or a language of the w:Kurdish languages that is spoken in w:Iraq

Kaqchikel (CKW) – Cakchiquel Occidental[edit]

w:Kaqchikel language is an indigenous Mesoamerican language.

Czech (CS) – Čeština[edit]

w:Czech language calls itself w:cs:Čeština.

The Bible is w:cs:Bible in Czech.

Welsh (CY) – Cymraeg[edit]

w:Welsh language calls itself w:cy:Cymraeg.

The Bible is w:cy:Y Beibl in Welsh.

Danish (DA) – Dansk[edit]

w:Danish language calls itself w:da:Dansk (sprog).

The Bible is w:da:Bibelen in Danish

German (DE) – Deutsch[edit]

The w:German language calls itself w:de:Deutsch.

The Bible is w:de:Bibel in German.

die-bibel.de seems to use the same software as Raamattu.fi.

English (EN)[edit]

Spanish (ES) – Español[edit]

The w:Spanish language calls itself w:es:Idioma español.

Persian (FA) – فارسی[edit]

w:Persian language calls itself w:fa:زبان فارسی (translit: Fārsī).

The Bible is w:fa:کتاب مقدس in Farsi.

Finnish (FI) – Suomi[edit]

The w:Finnish language calls itself w:fi:Suomen kieli.

The Bible is w:fi:Raamattu in Finnish.

French (FR) – Français[edit]

The w:French language calls itself w:fr:français.

The Bible is 'la w:fr:Bible' in French.

Greek (EL) – Κοινη[edit]

The w:Greek language calls itself w:el:Ελληνική γλώσσα (translit: Elliniká).

The Bible is w:el:Αγία Γραφή in Greek.

Gujarati (GU) – ગુજરાતી[edit]

w:Gujarati language is an w:Indo-Aryan language native to the w:Indian state of w:Gujarat and spoken predominantly by the w:Gujarati people.

Gujarati calls itself w:gu:ગુજરાતી ભાષા (translit: Gujarātī).

The Bible is w:gu:બાઇબલ in Gujarati.

Hausa (HA)[edit]

Hebrew (HE) – עברית[edit]

The w:Hebrew language calls itself w:he:עברית (translit: Ivrit).

The Bible is w:he:ביבליה in Hebrew.

Hindi (HI) – हिन्दी[edit]

w:Hindi is an w:Indo-Aryan language spoken chiefly in w:India.

Hindi calls itself w:hi:हिन्दी (translit: Hindī).

The Bible is w:hi:बाइबिल in Hindi.

Hiligaynon (HIL) – Ilonggo[edit]

w:Hiligaynon language, also often referred colloquially simply as Ilonggo, is an w:Austronesian w:regional language spoken in the w:Philippines by about 9.1 million people

Chhattisgarhi (HNE) – Chhattisgarhi[edit]

w:Chhattisgarhi language is an w:Indo-Aryan language spoken by 18 million people in the Indian state of w:Chhattisgarh.

Croatian (HR) – Hrvatski[edit]

The w:Croatian language calls itself w:hr:Hrvatski jezik.

The Bible is w:hr:Biblija in Croatian.

Haitian Creole (HT) – Kreyòl ayisyen[edit]

The w:Haitian Creole calls itself w:ht:Kreyòl ayisyen.

The Bible is w:ht:Bib in Haitian Creole.

Hungarian (HU) – Magyar[edit]

The w:Hungarian language calls itself w:hu:Magyar nyelv.

The Bible is w:hu:Biblia in Hungarian

Hawai‘i Pidgin (HWC)[edit]

w:Hawaiian Pidgin.

Icelandic (IS) – Íslenska[edit]

The w:Icelandic language calls itself w:is:Íslenska.

The Bible is w:is:Biblían in Icelandic.

Italian (IT) – Italiano[edit]

The w:Italian language calls itself w:it:Lingua italiana.

The Bible is w:it:Bibbia in Italian.

Japanese (JA) – 日本語[edit]

The w:Japanese language calls itself w:ja:日本語 (translit: Nihongo).

The Bible is w:ja:聖書 in Japanese.

Jakaltek (JAC) – Jacalteco, Oriental[edit]

The w:Jakaltek language is a w:Mayan language of w:Guatemala spoken by 90,000 w:Jakaltek people in the department of w:Huehuetenango.

Kekchi (KEK) – Kekchi[edit]

The w:Qʼeqchiʼ language, also spelled Kekchi, Kʼekchiʼ, or Kekchí, is one of the w:Mayan languages, spoken within w:Qʼeqchiʼ communities in w:Guatemala and w:Belize.

Kikuyu (KI)[edit]

The w:Kikuyu language calls itself w:: (translit: ).

Korean (KO) – 한국어[edit]

The w:Korean language calls itself w:ko:한국어 (translit: hangugeo) in the south and 조선말/朝鮮말, chosŏnmal in the North.

The Bible is w:ko:성경 in Korean.

Karelian language (KRL) / vienankarjalakši[edit]

w:Karelian language

Kurdish (KU)[edit]

The w:Kurdish languages calls itself w:ku:Zimanê kurdî.

The Bible is w:ku:Încîl in Kurdish.

Latin (LA) – Latina[edit]

The w:Latin calls itself w:la:Lingua Latina.

The Bible is w:la:Biblia in Latin.

Luganda (LG) – Luganda[edit]

w:Luganda is a w:Bantu language spoken in the w:African Great Lakes region.

Luganda calls itself w:lg:Luganda.

The Bible is w:lg:Baibuli in Lugandan.

Maori (MI) – Māori[edit]

w:Māori language is an w:Eastern Polynesian language spoken by the w:Māori people, the indigenous population of w:New Zealand.

Macedonian (MK) – Македонски[edit]

The w:Macedonian language calls itself w:mk:Македонски јазик (translit: makedonski jazik).

The Bible is w:mk:Библија in Macedonian.

Marathi (MR) – मराठी[edit]

w:Marathi language is an w:Indo-Aryan language spoken predominantly by around 83 million w:Marathi people of w:Maharashtra, w:India.

Marathi calls itself w:mr:मराठी भाषा (translit: Marāṭhī).

The Bible is w:mr:बायबल in Marathi.

Mam (MVC) – Mam, Central[edit]

Mam (MVJ) – Mam, Todos Santos[edit]

Low German (NDS) – Plautdietsch[edit]

w:Low German is a w:West Germanic w:language variety spoken mainly in w:Northern Germany and the northeastern part of the w:Netherlands.

Low German calls itself w:nds:Plattdüütsch or w:nds-nl:Nedersaksisch

The Bible is w:nds:Bibel in Low German.

Nepali (NE) – नेपाली[edit]

The w:Nepali language calls itself w:: (translit: ).

The Bible is w:ne:बाइबल in Nepali.

Nahuatl (NGU) – Náhuatl de Guerrero[edit]

w:Nahuan languages

Dutch (NL) – Nederlands[edit]

The w:Dutch language calls itself w:nl:Nederlands.

The Bible w:nl:Bijbel (christendom) in Dutch.

Norwegian (NO) – Norsk[edit]

The w:Norwegian language calls itself w:no:Norsk and w:nn:Norsk.

The Bible is w:no:Bibelen in Norwegian.

Chichewa (NY) – Chichewa[edit]

Chewa (also known as Nyanja) is a w:Bantu language spoken in much of Southern, w:Southeast and w:East Africa, namely the countries of w:Malawi and w:Zambia, where it is an w:official language, and w:Mozambique and w:Zimbabwe where it is a recognised minority language.

The w:Chewa language

The Bible is w:ny:Baibulo in the Chewa language.

Oriya (OR) – ଓଡ଼ିଆ[edit]

w:Odia language is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in the w:Indian state of w:Odisha.

West Central Oromo (ORM) – Orominay[edit]

Oromo is an w:Afroasiatic language that belongs to the w:Cushitic branch. It is native to the w:Ethiopian state of w:Oromia and spoken predominantly by the w:Oromo people and neighbouring ethnic groups in the w:Horn of Africa.

Punjabi (PA) – ਪੰਜਾਬੀ[edit]

w:Punjabi language sometimes spelled Panjabi) is an w:Indo-Aryan language spoken by the w:Punjabi people and native to the w:Punjab region of w:India and w:Pakistan.

Punjabi calls itself w:pa:ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ (translit: Punjabi).

The Bible is w:pa:ਬਾਈਬਲ in the Punjabi.

Polish (PL) – Polski[edit]

Polish calls itself w:pl:Język polski.

The Bible is w:pl:Biblia in the w:Polish language

Pipil (PPL) – Nawat[edit]

w:Nawat language (academically Pipil, also known as Nicarao) is a w:Nahuan language native to w:Central America.

Portuguese (PT) – Português[edit]

The w:Portuguese language calls itself w:pt:Língua portuguesa.

The Bible is w:pt:Bíblia in Portuguese.

Quichua (QU)[edit]

w:Kichwa language (Kichwa shimi, Runashimi, also Spanish Quichua) is a Quechuan language that includes all Quechua varieties of w:Ecuador and w:Colombia (w:Inga), as well as extensions into w:Peru. It has an estimated half million speakers.

Kichwa calls itself w:qu:Kichwa.

The Bible is w:qu:Apuyaya Simin in Kichwa.

K'iche' (QUT) – Quiché, Centro Occidenta[edit]

w:Kʼicheʼ language (also Qatzijobʼal "our language" to its speakers), or Quiché, is a w:Mayan language of Guatemala, spoken by the w:Kʼicheʼ people of the central highlands.

Romanian (RO) – Română[edit]

The w:Romanian language calls itself w:ro:Limba română.

The Bible is w:ro:Biblia in Romanian.

Russian (RU) – Русский[edit]

The w:Russian language calls itself w:ru:Русский язык (translit: russkiy yazyk).

The Bible is w:ru:Библия in Russian.

See w:ru:Список переводов Библии for more translations.

Slovak (SK) – Slovenčina[edit]

The w:Slovak language calls itself w:sk:Slovenčina.

The Bible is w:sk:Biblia in Slovak.

Sami (SMI) / Sámegiella[edit]

Sami languages calls themselves saemiengïelh, sámegiela, sämikielah and sääʹmǩiõl

Somali (SO)[edit]

Somali language calls itself w:so:Af Soomaali.

The Bible is w:so:Kitaabka quduska in the w:Somali language.

Albanian (SQ) – Shqip[edit]

Albanian language calls itself w:sq:Shqip (translit: shtschip).

The Bible is w:sq:Bibla in the w:Albanian language.

Serbian (SR) – Српски[edit]

The w:Serbian language calls itself w:sr:Српски језик (translit: srpski).

The Bible is w:sr:Библија in the w:Serbian language.

Swedish (SV) – Svenska[edit]

The Swedish language calls itself w:sv:svenska.

The Bible is w:sv:Bibeln in the w:Swedish language.

Swahili (SW) – Kiswahili[edit]

The w:Swahili language calls itself w:sw:Kiswahili.

The Bible is w:sw:Biblia ya Kikristo in the Swahili language.

Tamil (TA) – தமிழ்[edit]

w:Tamil language is a w:Dravidian language natively spoken by the w:Tamil people of w:South Asia. Tamil is the w:official language of the w:Indian state of w:Tamil Nadu, as well as two sovereign nations, w:Singapore and w:Sri Lanka.

The w:Tamil Language calls itself w:ta:தமிழ் (translit: Tamiḻ).

The Bible is w:ta:விவிலியம் in the Tami.

Thai (TH) – ภาษาไทย[edit]

The w:Thai language calls itself w:th:ภาษาไทย (translit: Thai)

The Bible is w:th:คัมภีร์ไบเบิล in Thai.

Tagalog (TL) – Tagalog[edit]

The w:Tagalog language calls itself w:tl:Wikang Tagalog.

The Bible is w:tl:Bibliya in Tagalog. Spoken mostly in the Philippines.

Twi (TW)[edit]

Twi is a Central Tano language

Twi calls itself w:twi:Twi.

The Bible is w:tw:Twere Kronkron in the w:Twi language.

Ukrainian (UK) – Українська[edit]

The w:Ukrainian language calls itself w:uk:Українська мова (translit: ukrainska mova).

The Bible is w:uk:Біблія in the Ukrainian.

Urdu (UR) – اردو[edit]

Urdu is the lingua franca of Pakistan and also spoken in India.

Urdu calls itself w:ur:اردو (translit: Urdū)

The Bible is w:ur:بائبل in the w:Urdu.

Uspanteko (USP) – Uspanteco[edit]

The Uspanteko (Uspanteco, Uspanteko, Uspantec) is a w:Mayan language of w:Guatemala, closely related to w:Kʼicheʼ.

Vietnamese (VI) – Tiêng Viêt[edit]

The w:Vietnamese language calls itself w:vi:Tiếng Việt.

The Bible is w:vi:Kinh Thánh in w:Vietnamese.

Yoruba (YO) – Yorùbá[edit]

Yoruba is a language spoken in w:West Africa, most prominently w:Southwestern Nigeria. It is spoken by the ethnic w:Yoruba people.

The Yoruba calls itself Èdè Yorùbá

The Bible is w:yo:Bíbélì Mímọ́ in the w:Yoruba language.

Chinese (ZH) – 汉语[edit]

The w:Chinese language calls itself w:zh:汉语 (simplified Chinese) 漢語 (traditional Chinese) (pinyin: Hànyǔ) or 中文 (pinyin: Zhōngwén)

The Bible is w:zh:聖經 in the w:Simplified Chinese characters used in mainland w:China and 聖經 in the w:Traditional Chinese characters used in w:Taiwan.

Kichwa[edit]


Christian churches[edit]

This partial list to discover what Christian churches exist on planet Earth was moved here into the Stop Synthetic Filth! wiki on Tuesday 2021-08-03. I began compiling this list on 2020‎-07-22. The taxonomy and descriptions are largely sourced from Wikipedia. The list may contain inaccuracies.


w:Christianity can be w:taxonomically divided into five main groups

  1. Church of the East was a church
  2. #Oriental Orthodox Churches (w:fi:Orientaaliortodoksiset kirkot)
  3. #Eastern Orthodoxy (w:fi:Ortodoksinen kirkko)
  4. #Protestantism (w:fi:Protestantismi)
  5. #Roman Catholicism (w:fi:Katolinen kirkko)


Wikipedia links


Ecumenical[edit]

Please add any ecumenical organizations here.


Oriental Orthodox Churches[edit]

w:Oriental Orthodox Churches are the churches descended from those that rejected the w:Council of Chalcedon in 451. They are a group of w:Christian churches adhering to miaphysite w:Christology and theology, and together have about 60 million members worldwide.

Below is a list of the six autocephalous Orthodox churches forming the main body of Oriental Orthodox Christianity, all of which are titled equal to each other. Based on the definitions, the list is in the alphabetical order, with some of their constituent autonomous churches and exarchates listed as well. (Wikipedia)

  1. w:Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria is lead by w:Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria w:Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria. w:Seat of the Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria is currently at the w:Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, w:Abbasia, w:Cairo.[contact 2][contacted 2]
    1. The w:British Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom (at britishorthodox.org) (contact form)[contact 3][contacted 3]
    2. The w:French Coptic Orthodox Church in France French Coptic Orthodox Church at eocf.free.fr
    3. w:Coptic Orthodox Church in Britain and Ireland (Coptic Orthodox Patriarchage - The Diocese of Ireland, Scotland, North East England and its affiliated Regions atcoptic-isneed.org) (contact form) [contact 4]
    4. The w:Coptic Orthodox Church in Europe
  2. The w:Armenian Apostolic Church governed by w:Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin lead by Catholicos w:Karekin II contact info at armenianchurch.org[contact 5][contacted 4]
    1. The w:Holy See of Cilicia Armenian Church Catholicosate of Cilicia at armenianorthodoxchurch.org[contact 6][contacted 5]
    2. The Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople turkiyeermenileripatrikligi.org in Turkish and Armenian only. (contact form in Turkish)
    3. The w:Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem at armenian-patriarchate.com (contact form)[contact 7][contacted 6][added to db 1]
  3. The w:Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (eotc.faithweb.com) headquartered in the w:Holy Trinity Cathedral (Addis Ababa) co-lead by w:Abunas w:Abune Merkorios and w:Abune Mathias[contact 8]
  4. The w:Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church (lisantewahdo.org) headquartered in the w:Enda Mariam Cathedral, Asmara, w:Eritrea[contact 9][contacted 7][added to db 2]
  5. The w:Syriac Orthodox Church (syriacpatriarchate.org) of Antioch headquartered in the w:Cathedral of Saint George, Damascus, w:Syria and led by w:Patriarch w:Ignatius Aphrem II[contact 11][contacted 9][added to db 4]
    1. The w:Jacobite Syrian Christian Church (jscnews.org) (contact form at jscnews.org) headquartered in w:Kerala and run by w:Catholicos of India w:Baselios Thomas I.[contact 12][contacted 10][added to db 5]
  6. The w:Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (mosc.in) lead by w:Catholicos of the East w:Paulose II (Indian Orthodox Church) based in w:Kerala, w:India[contact 13][contacted 11][added to db 6]
    1. w:Orthodox Syrian Church in Malaysia

Coptic

The w:Copts are an w:ethnoreligious group indigenous to North Africa who primarily inhabit the area of modern w:Egypt, where they are the largest Christian denomination in the country. Copts are also the largest Christian denomination in Sudan and Libya. Historically, they spoke the w:Coptic language, a direct descendant of the Demotic Egyptian that was spoken in late antiquity.

  1. w:Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria

Eastern Orthodoxy[edit]

w:Eastern Orthodox Church, officially the Orthodox Catholic Church, is the second-largest Christian church, with approximately 220 million baptised members, It operates as a communion of autocephalous churches, each governed by its bishops in local synods. Roughly half of Eastern Orthodox Christians live in Russia. The church has no central doctrinal or governmental authority analogous to the w:bishop of Rome, but the w:Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople is recognised by all as w:primus inter pares ("first among equals") of the bishops. (Wikipedia on 2020-08-09)


The EOC is lead by the w:Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople w:Bartholomew I of Constantinople contact information at patriarchate.org[contact 28][contacted 12]

The four ancient Patriarchates:

    1. The semi-autonomous Archdiocese of Crete website [contact 29][contacted 13][added to db 7]
    2. The w:Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain (thyateira.org.uk)[2] [contact 30][contacted 14][added to db 8]
    3. The w:Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta (ortodossia.it) [3] (limited self-government but without autonomy)[contact 31][contacted 15][added to db 9]
    4. The w:Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (goarch.org)[4][contact 32][contacted 16][added to db 10]
    5. The w:Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia (greekorthodox.org.au)[5][contact 33][contacted 17][added to db 11]
    6. Self-governing Monastic Community of Mount Athos (http://mountathosinfos.gr/ mountathosinfos.gr])
    7. w:Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church* (eoc.ee) (autonomy recognized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate but not by the Russian Orthodox Church)
    8. Archdiocese of Russian Orthodox Churches in Western Europe* (archdiocese.uk) ([http://www.archeveche.eu/ archeveche.eu) (1931-2018)
    9. w:Orthodox Church of Finland (Archbishop of Helsinki and All Finland, formerly Archbishop of Karelia and All Finland)
    10. w:Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta (limited self-government but without autonomy)
    11. w:Korean Orthodox Church (orthodoxkorea.org) (limited self-government but without autonomy)
    12. w:Philippine Orthodox Church
      1. w:Exarchate of the Philippines (orthodoxchurchinphilippines.omhksea.org) (limited self-government but without autonomy)
    13. w:American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese (acrod.org) ([https://www.acrod.org/diocese/contact/ contact form) (limited self-government but without autonomy)[contact 34][contacted 18][added to db 12]
    14. w:Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada (uocc.ca) (contact form) (limited self-government but without autonomy)[contact 35][contacted 19][added to db 13]
    15. w:Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA (uocofusa.org) (limited self-government but without autonomy)[contact 36][contacted 20][added to db 14]
  1. w:Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria and all Africa (patriarchateofalexandria.com) (contact info at patriarchateofalexandria.com)
  2. w:Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch (antiochpatriarchate.org)
    1. w:Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America (antiochian.org)
  3. w:Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem (en.jerusalem-patriarchate.info)[contact 37][contacted 21][added to db 15]
    1. The autonomous w:Church of Sinai
    2. Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai (sinaimonastery.com)

(From w:Greek Orthodox Church)

Present-day autocephalous churches previously under the Ecumenical Patriarchate

  1. w:Bulgarian Orthodox Church (bg-patriarshia.bg ) autocephaly granted in 870; autocephaly re-recognized in 1235 and 1945. (contact info)[contact 38][contacted 22][added to db 16]
  2. w:Orthodox Church of Georgia (patriarchate.ge) (486, Patriarchate from 1010)
  3. w:Russian Orthodox Church (patriarchia.ru) autocephaly recognized in 1589.
    1. w:Belarusian Orthodox Church (church.by)
    2. w:Latvian Orthodox Church (pareizticiba.lv)
    3. w:Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)* (autonomy recognized by the Russian Orthodox Church but has not longer recognized as one by the Ecumenical Patriarchate since October 2018, Patriarchate of Alexandria since November 2019, and Church of Greece since August 2019)
    4. w:Metropolis of Chișinău and All Moldova (mitropolia.md)
    5. w:Orthodox Church in Japan* (orthodoxjapan.jp) (autonomy recognized by the Russian Orthodox Church but not by the Ecumenical Patriarchate)
    6. w:Chinese Orthodox Church* (omhksea.org)(virtually non-existent, autonomy recognized by the Russian Orthodox Church but not by the Ecumenical Patriarchate)
    7. w:Estonian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate (orthodox.ee)
  4. w:Church of Greece (ecclesia.gr) (Archdiocese of w:Athens and All w:Greece); autocephaly recognised in 1850. [contact 39][contacted 23][added to db 17]
    1. w:Church of Cyprus (churchofcyprus.org.cy)[contact 40][contacted 24][added to db 18]
  5. w:Serbian Orthodox Church (spc.rs) autocephaly granted in 1219; abolished in 1463 and 1766, re-recognized in 1557 and 1879.[contact 41][contacted 25][added to db 19]
    1. w:Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric (poa-info.org)
  6. w:Romanian Orthodox Church (patriarhia.ro) autocephaly recognized in 1885. w:List of members of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church [contact 42][contacted 26][added to db 20]
      1. w:Metropolis of Bessarabia (mitropoliabasarabiei.md)
      2. w:Romanian Orthodox Metropolis of the Americas
  7. w:Polish Orthodox Church (w:Warsaw) (orthodox.pl) autocephaly recognised in 1924 by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and in 1948 by the Russian Orthodox Church. [contact 43][contacted 27][added to db 21]
  8. w:Orthodox Church of Albania (Archdiocese of w:Tirana, w:Durrës and All w:Albania) (orthodoxalbania.org); autocephaly recognised in 1937.[contact 44][contacted 28][added to db 22]
  9. w:Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church (pp-eparchie.cz) (orthodox.sk) (Metropolis of w:Prague, Czech Lands and Slovakia); autocephaly recognised in 1951 by the Russian Orthodox Church and in 1998 by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.[contact 45][contacted 29][added to db 23][contact 46][added to db 24]
  10. w:Orthodox Church of Ukraine (pomisna.info); intention to grant autocephaly announced in 2018.[6][7][8] Rejected by the Russian Orthodox Church, the Polish Orthodox Church, and the Serbian Orthodox Church. The Ecumenical Patriarchate granted autocephaly to the w:Orthodox Church of Ukraine on 5 January 2019.[contact 47][added to db 25]

(from w:Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople#Present-day autocephalous churches previously under the Ecumenical Patriarchate)

*Autonomy not universally recognised.

Unrecognized churches in the Eastern Orthodox Church[edit]

Borrowed from w:Eastern Orthodox Church organization#Unrecognized churches

Churches in resistance (True Orthodoxy)[edit]

See w:True Orthodoxy

These are churches that have separated from the mainstream communion over issues of w:Ecumenism and Calendar reform since the 1920s.[9] Due to what these churches perceive as being errors of modernism and ecumenism in mainstream Orthodoxy, they refrain from w:concelebration of the w:Divine Liturgy with the mainstream Orthodox, while maintaining that they remain fully within the canonical boundaries of the Church: i.e., professing Orthodox belief, retaining legitimate w:apostolic succession, and existing in communities with historical continuity. With the exception of the w:Orthodox Church of Greece (Holy Synod in Resistance), they will commune the faithful from all the canonical jurisdictions and are recognized by and in communion with the w:Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.

Due in part to the re-establishment of official ties between the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia and the Moscow Patriarchate, the Orthodox Church of Greece (Holy Synod in Resistance) has broken ecclesial communion with ROCOR, but the converse has not happened. Where the Old Calendar Romanian and Bulgarian churches stand on the matter is as yet unclear.

The Churches in resistance are:

Churches that voluntarily stay outside any communion[edit]

These Churches do not practice Communion with any other Orthodox jurisdictions nor do they tend to recognize each other. Yet, like the Churches in resistance above, they consider themselves to be within the canonical boundaries of the Church: i.e., professing Orthodox belief, retaining what they believe to be legitimate w:apostolic succession, and existing in communities with historical continuity. Nevertheless, their relationship with all other Orthodox Churches remains unclear, as Orthodox Churches normally recognize and are recognized by others.

  1. w:Old Believers (rpsc.ru)
  2. w:Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece (ecclesiagoc.gr)
  3. w:Russian True Orthodox Church (trueorthodox.org)
  4. w:Russian Orthodox Church in America (mospatusa.com) (parish directory) (clergy directory)[contact 49][contacted 31][added to db 26]

Churches that are unrecognized[edit]

The following Churches recognize all other mainstream Orthodox Churches, but are not recognized by any of them due to various disputes:

  1. w:Abkhazian Orthodox Church (aiasha.ru)
  2. w:Belarusian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (belapc.org)
  3. w:Association of Croatian Orthodox Believers (hrvatskipravoslavci.com) (civic association)
  4. w:Macedonian Orthodox Church – Ohrid Archbishopric (mpc.org.mk)
  5. w:Montenegrin Orthodox Church (cpc.org.me)
  6. w:Turkish Orthodox Church

Churches that are both unrecognized and not fully Orthodox[edit]

The following Churches use the term "Orthodox" in their name and carries belief or the traditions of Eastern Orthodox church, but blend beliefs and traditions from other denominations outside of Eastern Orthodoxy:

  1. w:Evangelical Orthodox Church (evangelicalorthodox.org) (blends with Protestant - Evangelical and Charismatic - elements)[contact 50][contacted 32][added to db 27]
  2. w:Orthodox-Catholic Church of America (orthodoxcatholicchurch.org) (blends with Catholic and Oriental Orthodox elements)[contact 51][contacted 33][added to db 28]
  3. Nordic Catholic Church in Italy (coi.chiesavecchiocattolica.it) (originally the Orthodox Church in Italy with ties to the UOC-KP; now associates with the w:Nordic Catholic Church and the w:Union of Scranton)
  4. w:Lusitanian Orthodox Church (igrejaortodoxa.pt) (blends with Catholic elements)
  5. w:Communion of Western Orthodox Churches (orthodoxie-occidentale.org) (blends with Oriental Orthodox elements)
    1. w:Celtic Orthodox Church (Église Orthodoxe Celtique at eoc-coc.org
    2. w:French Orthodox Church (eof.fr)
    3. w:Orthodox Church of the Gauls (eglise-orthodoxe.eu)

Protestantism[edit]

Protestantism is the second-largest form of Christianity with a total of 800 million to 1 billion adherents worldwide or about 37% of all Christians. It originated with the 16th century w:Reformation, a movement against what its followers perceived to be errors in the #Catholic Church. Protestants reject the Roman Catholic doctrine of w:papal supremacy and sacraments, but disagree among themselves regarding the real presence of Christ in the w:Eucharist and matters of w:church polity and w:apostolic succession. They emphasize the w:priesthood of all believers, justification by faith alone (sola fide) rather than also by w:good works, and the highest authority of the w:Bible alone (rather than also with w:sacred tradition) in faith and morals (w:sola scriptura). (Wikipedia on w:protestantism definition on 2020-08-09)

Protestantism includes many groups which do not share any ecclesiastical governance and have widely diverging beliefs and practices. Major Protestant denominations include

Adventism[edit]

Adventism is a branch of w:Protestant w:Christianity[10] that believes in the imminent Second Coming (or "Second Advent") of Jesus Christ. It originated in the 1830s in the w:United States during the w:Second Great Awakening when w:Baptist preacher William Miller first publicly shared his belief that the Second Coming would occur at some point between 1843 and 1844. His followers became known as Millerites. After the w:Great Disappointment, the Millerite movement split up and was continued by a number of groups that held different doctrines from one another. These groups, stemming from a common Millerite ancestor, became known collectively as the Adventist movement. (Wikipedia)

  1. w:List of Seventh-day Adventists
  2. w:Adventism in Norway
  3. w:Australian Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

Anabaptism[edit]

Anabaptism (from w:New Latin anabaptista, from the Greek ἀναβαπτισμός: ἀνά- "re-" and βαπτισμός "w:baptism", German: Täufer, earlier also Wiedertäufer[a]) is a Christian movement which traces its origins to the w:Radical Reformation. The movement is generally seen as an offshoot of w:Protestantism, although this view has been challenged by some Anabaptists. (Wikipedia)

Anglicanism[edit]

Anglicanism is a Western w:Christian tradition that has developed from the practices, w:liturgy, and identity of the w:Church of England following the w:English Reformation. (Wikipedia)

  1. w:Church of England | w:List of bishops in the Church of England

Baptism[edit]

Baptists form a major branch of w:Protestantism distinguished by baptizing professing believers only (w:believer's baptism, as opposed to w:infant baptism), and doing so by complete immersion (as opposed to w:affusion or w:aspersion). Baptist churches also generally subscribe to the w:doctrines of w:soul competency (the responsibility and accountability of every person before God), w:sola fide (salvation by faith alone), w:sola scriptura (scripture alone as the rule of faith and practice) and congregationalist church government. Baptists generally recognize two ordinances: baptism and communion.


Lutheranism[edit]

Lutheranism is one of the largest branches of w:Protestantism that identifies with the teachings of w:Martin Luther, a 16th-century German reformer. Luther's efforts to reform the theology and practice of the church launched the w:Protestant Reformation. The reaction of the government and church authorities to the international spread of his writings, beginning with the 95 Theses, divided Western Christianity.

Lutheran organizations



Gatherings

Wikipedia

Methodism[edit]

Methodism, also called the Methodist movement, is a group of historically related denominations of Protestant w:Christianity which derive their doctrine of practice and belief from the life and teachings of w:John Wesley.

Morovianism[edit]

Moravian Church, formally called the Unitas Fratrum (w:Latin for "Unity of the Brethren"),[19][20][21] known in German as the [Herrnhuter] Brüdergemeine[22] ('Unity of Brethren [of w:Herrnhut]', after the place of the Church's renewal in the 18th century), is one of the oldest Protestant denominations in the world, dating back to the w:Bohemian Reformation of the 15th century and the w:Unity of the Brethren (Czech: Jednota bratrská) founded in the w:Kingdom of Bohemia. (Wikipedia)

Pentecostalism[edit]

Pentecostalism or Classical Pentecostalism is a w:Protestant Christian movement[23] that emphasises direct personal experience of God through baptism with the Holy Spirit. The term Pentecostal is derived from w:Pentecost, the Greek name for the Jewish w:Feast of Weeks. For Christians, this event commemorates the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the followers of Jesus Christ, as described in the second chapter of the w:Acts of the Apostles.

Reformed Christianity[edit]

Calvinism (also called the Reformed tradition, Reformed Christianity, Reformed Protestantism, or the Reformed faith) is a major branch of w:Protestantism that follows the theological tradition and forms of Christian practice set down by w:John Calvin and other Reformation-era theologians.

Calvinists broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century. Calvinists differ from Lutherans (another major branch of the Reformation) on the w:real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, theories of worship, and the use of God's law for believers, among other things.[24][25] The term Calvinism can be misleading, because the religious tradition which it denotes has always been diverse, with a wide range of influences rather than a single founder; however almost all of them drew heavily from the writings of w:Augustine of Hippo a millennium prior.[26] In the context of the Reformation, w:Huldrych Zwingli began the Reformed tradition in 1519 in the city of w:Zürich. His followers were instantly labeled w:Zwinglians, consistent with the Catholic practice of naming heresy after its founder. Very soon, Zwingli was joined by w:Martin Bucer, w:Wolfgang Capito, w:William Farel, w:Johannes Oecolampadius and other early Reformed thinkers. (Wikipedia)

w:Calvinism or Reformed Christianity includes the

  1. Continental Reformed church is a w:Reformed church that has its origin in the European continent. Prominent subgroups are the w:Dutch Reformed, the w:Swiss Reformed, the French Reformed (w:Huguenots), the w:Hungarian Reformed, and the Waldensian Church in Italy.
  2. Presbyterian is a part of the w:Reformed tradition within w:Protestantism, which traces its origins to w:Great Britain, particularly w:Scotland. Presbyterian churches derive their name from the presbyterian form of church government, which is governed by representative assemblies of elders.
  3. Evangelical Anglican - Evangelical Anglicanism or evangelical Episcopalianism is a tradition or church party within w:Anglicanism that shares affinity with broader w:evangelicalism. Evangelical Anglicans share with other evangelicals the attributes of "conversionism, activism, biblicism and crucicentrism" identified by historian w:David Bebbington as central to evangelical identity. The emergence of evangelical churchmanship can be traced back to the w:First Great Awakening in America and the Evangelical Revival in Britain in the 18th century. In the 20th century, prominent figures have included w:John Stott and w:J. I. Packer. (Wikipedia)
  1. Congregationalist churches are Protestant churches in the w:Reformed tradition practicing congregationalist church governance, in which each congregation independently and autonomously runs its own affairs.
  2. Reformed Baptist (sometimes known as Particular Baptists or Calvinistic Baptists) are w:Baptists that hold to a w:Calvinist soteriology. They can trace their history through the early modern Particular Baptists of w:England. The first Reformed Baptist church was formed in the 1630s. The w:1689 Baptist Confession of Faith was written along Reformed Baptist lines.

Roman Catholicism[edit]

The w:Catholic Church, sometimes referred to as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with approximately 1.3 billion baptised Catholics worldwide as of 2018. (Wikipedia on the Catholic Church on 2020-08-09)

Roman Catholicism (vatican.va) w:Holy See lead by w:Pope Francis.[contact 58][contacted 40]


Eastern Catholic Churches

The w:Eastern Catholic Churches or Oriental Catholic Churches, also called the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches, Eastern Rite Catholicism, or simply the Eastern Churches and in some historical cases referred to pejoratively as Uniates, are twenty-three Eastern Christian w:sui iuris (autonomous) w:particular churches of the w:Catholic Church, in w:full communion with the w:pope in Rome.

The pope is the supreme leader of the Church, and also, the head of the universal college of bishops. Each autonomous (w:sui iuris) church has its own patriarch or other presiding bishop:

  1. w:Maronite Church (bkerki.org): Patriarch Bechara Boutros al-Rahi
  2. w:Melkite Greek-Catholic Church (melkitepat.org) (contact form): Patriarch Youssef Absi[contact 59]
  3. w:Syriac Catholic Church (syr-cath.org) (contact form in Arabic: Patriarch Mar Ignatius Joseph III Yonan
  4. w:Coptic Catholic Church (coptcatholic.net) (contact form in unknown language): Patriarch Ibrahim Isaac Sidrak[contact 60]
  5. w:Armenian Catholic Church (armeniancatholic.org): Patriarch Krikor Bedros XX Gabroyan
  6. w:Chaldean Catholic Church (saint-adday.com): Patriarch Louis Raphaël I Sako[contact 61]
  7. w:Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church (ugcc.ua) (map): Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk[contact 62]
  8. w:Syro-Malabar Catholic Church (syromalabarchurch.in) (contact form) (bishops) (dioces) (parishes) (congregations): Major Archbishop George Alencherry[contact 63]
  9. w:Syro-Malankara Catholic Church (catholicate.net) (contact form): Major Archbishop Moran Mor Baselios Cleemis Catholicos[contact 64]
  10. w:Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church (archpitt.org) (parish directory and map) (officials directory): Metropolitan William C. Skurla
  11. w:Hungarian Greek Catholic Church (gorogkatolikus.hu): Bishop Péter Fülöp Kocsis
    1. https://hd.gorogkatolikus.hu/
    2. https://www.migorkat.hu/
    3. https://www.nyirgorkat.hu/
  1. w:Slovak Greek Catholic Church (grkat.nfo.sk): Metropolitan Ján Babjak
  2. w:Ethiopian Catholic Church Archbishop Berhaneyesus Souraphiel
  3. w:Eritrean Catholic Church Archbishop Menghesteab Tesfamariam
  4. w:Romanian Greek-Catholic Church (bisericaromanaunita.ro) (contact info: Major Archbishop Lucian Mureșan[contact 65]

(Originally from w:Christian_denomination#Major_branches)


Churches and organizations in Finland in Finnish[edit]

Linkkejä ja tietoa

  • Uskonnot Suomessa (uskonnot.fi) on Kirkon tutkimuskeskuksen hanke, jonka tarkoituksena on kerätä ja ylläpitää tietokantaa Suomessa toimivista ja toimineista uskonnollisista yhteisöistä.

Protestanttiset[edit]

Adventistit[edit]


Anglikaanit[edit]


Baptistit[edit]



Helluntailaiset[edit]


Luterilaiset[edit]

w:fi:Suomen evankelis-luterilainen kirkko evl.fi (contact info database at evl.fi) (bishops)

Katso w:fi:Luettelo Suomen luterilaisista kirkoista.

contact form



Metodistit[edit]

w:fi:Suomen Metodistikirkko metodistikirkko.fi on Suomessa toimivien metodistiseurakuntien emäkirkko ja w:fi:rekisteröity uskonnollinen yhdyskunta. Kirkkoon kuuluu kymmenen seurakuntaa: Helsinki, Kokemäki, Kuopio, Lahti, Lappeenranta, Oulu, Pirkkala, Pori, Tampere, Turku. Jäseniä on yhteensä noin 840.[contact 76]


Ei tietoa oikeasta luokasta[edit]

Betel Raseborg karisbetel.fi on kaksikielinen vapaan suunnan kirkko, joka toimii Karjaalla.[contact 78]


Ortodoksikirkko[edit]

Katoliset[edit]

Mediaa[edit]


Ekumeeniset[edit]

Suomen Ekumeeninen Neuvosto[edit]

w:fi:Suomen Ekumeeninen Neuvosto [1] (lyh. SEN, Ekumeniska Rådet i Finland, Finnish Ecumenical Council) on Suomessa toimivien w:fi:kirkkojen, kristillisten yhteisöjen ja seurakuntien ekumeeninen yhteistyöelin. Ekumeenisella neuvostolla on 11 jäsenkirkkoa, 5 tarkkailijakirkkoa tai -yhteisöä ja 17 kumppanuusjärjestöä.

SEN jäsenet[edit]

SEN tarkkailijajäsenet[edit]

SEN kumppanuusjärjestöt[edit]

Contact information[edit]

  1. The Taizé Community info from https://www.taize.fr/en_article332.html By email:
    • meetings@taize.fr (meetings team; but for enquiries about coming to Taizé preferably use the registration form)
    • community@taize.fr (to contact one of the brothers)
    • editions@taize.fr Les Presses de Taizé (only for publishing matters.)
    • media@taize.fr For journalists seeking further information on Taizé and the international youth meetings.
    • webadmin@taize.fr (only for technical questions concerning the website)
    The Taizé web site: http://www.taize.fr By telephone:
    • The welcome team: +33 (0)3 85 50 30 02 (in English)
    (Monday to Saturday: 10:00-12:00 CET)
    • The community: +33 (0)3 85 50 30 30
    By Post: For the meetings:
    • “Meetings”
    • The Taizé Community
    • 71250 Taizé
    • France / Ranska
    For the community:
    • The Taizé Community
    • 71250 Taizé
    • France / Ranska
    By fax:
    • Meetings: +33 (0)3 85 50 30 16
    • Community: +33 (0)3 85 50 30 15
  2. From Wikipedia and Google
    • Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria
    • Seat of the Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria
    • Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, El-Demerdash Hospital, El-Demerdash, Al Waili
    • Cairo
    • Egypt
  3. From http://britishorthodox.org/contact-us/
    • The British Orthodox Secretariat
    • 10 Heathwood Gardens
    • Charlton
    • SE7 8EP London
    • UK

    • Telephone: (020) 8854 3090
    • Email: info@britishorthodox.org
  4. Only contact form at http://www.coptic-isneed.org/contact-us/
  5. From https://www.armenianchurch.org/index.jsp?&lng=en To contact the headquarters of the Armenian Church:
    • Catholicosate of All Armenians
    • Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin
    • 1101 VAGHARSHAPAT
    • REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA

    • Telephone: (374-10) 517-110
    • Fax: (374-10) 517-301
    • Email: divanatun@etchmiadzin.am
  6. From https://www.armenianorthodoxchurch.org/en/contact
    • Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia
    • P.O. Box: 70 317
    • Antelias
    • Lebanon / Libanon

    • Antelias Tel: (+961-4) 410 001 – (+961-4)410003 – (+961-4)410550 – (+961-4)523461 – (+961-4)523462
    • Fax: (+961-4) 419 724
    • Bikfaya Tel: (+961-4) 983 634

    • His Holiness’ Office catholicos@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Chancellery chancellor@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Information and Communication Department info@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • HASK Official Periodical hask@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Department of Christian Education christian-edu@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Ecumenical Relations Department ecumcil@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Bookstore bookstore@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Printing House dbaran@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Library library@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • “Cilicia” Museum museum@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Youth Department youth@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Archives Department archives@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Accounting Department accounting@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Khatcher Kalousdian Center for Pedagogical Development khatcherkalousdian@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
    • Department of Armenological Activities edu@armenianorthodoxchurch.org
  7. From http://armenian-patriarchate.com/contact/ Mail:
    • Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
    • P.O.Box 14235
    • Jerusalem Old City 9191141
    • ISRAEL

    Visit:

    • Armenian Patriarchate Street 87
    • Jerusalem – Old City
    • Israel

    • E-mail: pressinfoapj@gmail.com webmaster@armenian-patriarchate.com
    • Telephone: +972 (0)2 6282331 extension 204
  8. See the directory http://www.eotc.faithweb.com/dire.html
  9. (With google translate) from https://www.lisantewahdo.org/index.php/english/saints-and-holy-places
    • ቤት ጽሕፈት መንበረ ፓትርያርክ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋሕዶ ቤተ ክርስቲያን ኤርትራ
    • Home Secretariat Patriarch Orthodox Tewahedo Church Eritrea
    • No. 728
    • Asmara
    • Eritrea

    • Phone + 291-1-184290 / 182270
    • Fax + 291-1-182195
    • info@lisantewahdo.org
  10. From https://www.tewahdo.org/contact/2-diocese Below address is not valid, letter bounced.
    • Eritrean Orthodox Church Archdiocese of North America
    • P.O.Box 186
    • Redan, GA 30074
    • USA

    • Phone: (678) 774-9388
    • Fax: (770) 828-0646
  11. From https://syriacpatriarchate.org/correspondence-contact/ or
    • St. Jacob Baradeus Monastery
    • Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate
    • Atchaneh – Bikfaya
    • Lebanon / Libanon

    Phone Numbers:

    • Patriarchate Headquarters – Damascus 00963115438383, 00963115438387, 00963115418100
    • Patriarchal Residence – Atchaneh 009614984446

    • Mor Aphrem Monastery – Ma’arat Saydnaya 00963115951870, 00963115951585, 00963115959875, 00963115951880

    • St. Jacob Baradeus Monastery for Nuns – Ma’arat Saydnaya 00963115952520

    Fax:

    • Patriarchate Headquarters – Damascus 00963115413100
    • Patriarchal Residence – Atchaneh 009614984447

    Email Addresses:

    • His Eminence Archbishop Mor Boutros Kassis, Patriarchal Assistant assistant@syriacpatriarchate.org
    • Secretariat secretary@syriacpatriarchate.org
    • Media Office media@syriacpatriarchate.org
  12. From http://www.jscnews.org/contact.php
    • Malankara Orthodox Church
    • Catholicate Palace
    • Devalokam P.O.
    • (Via.)Muttambalam
    • Kottayam – 686 004
    • Kerala
    • India

    • Tel no 0481 2578500, 2578499
    • Principal Secretary of His Holiness The Catholicos :+918086696900
    • Personal Secretary of His Holiness The Catholicos:+919562369696
    • Email of the office of H. H. The Catholicos: catholicos@mosc.in
    • Web Manager: webmanager@mosc.in
    • Public Relations Officer: pro@mosc.in
  13. From http://saintmark.com/contact/ Address
    • St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church
    • 427 West Side Ave,
    • Jersey City, NJ 07304
    • USA
    Contact us
    • (201) 333-0004
    • St. George Coptic Orthodox Church
    • 411 DeKalb St
    • Norristown, PA 19401
    • USA

    • South Philly Center
    • 2022 S 13th St
    • Philadelphia, PA 19418
    • USA
    • Fr. Roufail Youssef frroufail@gmail.com
    • Fr. Mina Shaheid frminashaheid@gmail.com
  14. From http://stabraam.org/new/index.php/contact-us
    • St. Abraam Coptic Orthodox Church
    • 90 Woodbury Road
    • Woodbury, NY 11797
    • USA

    • phone: 516.367.1328
    • fax: 516.367.7996

    Contact the Clergy

    If you would like to contact a member of our clergy directly, please see below:

    • Fr. Guirguis S. Tadros e-mail: Fr.GuirguisT@Gmail.com telephone 631.425.7819
    • Fr. Moussa Shafik e-mail: Fr.Moussa@Gmail.com phone: 516.622.4482

    For general questions and comments

    • e-mail: stabraam@gmail.com
  15. From https://st-takla.org/Contact-us.html
  16. From http://www.eglise-copte-orthodoxe-de-france.fr/
    • L'Eglise Copte Orthodoxe De France
    • Secrétaire de la Métropole : Hani BARSOUM
    • 126 rue saint Maur, 75011 Paris
    • France / Ranska

    • e-mail : postmaster@eglise-copte-orthodoxe-de-france.fr
    • Tel : 01.43.38.27.25 & Port : 06.60.81.27.25

    • Secrétariat
    • 126, rue saint Maur
    • 75011 Paris
    • France
    • Tel : 01.43.38.27.25
    • Port : 06.60.81.27.25

    • Ermitage saint Marc
    • Chemin de la Chapelle Copte
    • Fontanieu
    • 83200 Le Revest Les Eaux
    • France
    • Tel : 04.94.98.95.60
  17. From https://stmark.org.uk/contact/
    • St. Mark’s Coptic Orthodox Church
    • Allen Street, Kensington, London
    • United Kingdom, W8 6UX
    • Email: contact@stmark.org.uk
    • Father Antonious Shenouda phone: +44 (0)7956 855 334
    • Father Sarapion phone: +44 (0)7730 561 170
    • Father Thomas phone: +44 (0)7967 229 986
  18. From http://www.coptic-churches.ch/
    • Email: adel@coptic-churches.ch
  19. From https://www.koptischekerkeindhoven.nl/contact.html
    • Kerk van de Aartsengel Michaël en Sint Antonius Abt te Eindhoven
    • Alpenroosstraat 11
    • 5644 Ej Eindhoven
    • Netherlands

    • Tel: 040-2137513 / 040-2137515

    Vader: Youssef M. Rizkalla

    • Abouna Youssef Mansour Rizkalla
    • Telefoon 0031622902986
    • E-mail: vader.youssef@koptischekerkeindhoven.nl

    Vader: Mena B. Habib

    • Abouna Mena Badieh Habib
    • Telefoon 0031681832680
    • E-mail: m.b.habib81@gmail.com
  20. From http://www.koptischekerk.nl/contact.html
    • Koptisch Orthodox Diocese van Nederland
    • Mosstraat 2,
    • 1032 JW Amsterdam
    • Netherlands

    • koptnl@ziggo.nl
    • +31 020-6366954
    • fax: +31 020-6372568
  21. From https://koptischekerkutrecht.nl/
    • Koptisch Orthodoxe kerk Utrecht
    • Adriaan van Bergenstraat 61a
    • 3554VC Utrecht
    • Netherlands

    • Tel: (030) 246 77 03
    • Fax: (030) 244 78 94
  22. From http://www.koptisk.dk/ContactUs_DA.html
    • Skt. Maria & Skt. Markus koptiske ortodokse kirke
    • Taastrup Hovedgade 162 B
    • 2630 Taastrup
    • Denmark / Tanska

    • Telefon: +45 88 82 32 42
    • E-mail: kontakt@koptisk.dk
    • Kirkens Kontaktperson (A. Ghabrial)
    • For forslag, ideer eller kommentarer om kirkens hjemmeside kan du kontakte webmaster: webmaster@koptisk.dk
  23. From https://smass.co.uk/find-us
    • St. Mary & St. Shenouda Coptic Orthodox Church
    • Rickman Hill
    • CR5 3DS Coulsdon
    • UK
    From https://smass.co.uk/contact-us Below are the details of people you can contact personally:
    • Priest: Father Kyrillos Asaad fr_kyrillos@outlook.com
    • Senior member of the youth: Dr. Ramy Bassily ramybassily@hotmail.com
    • Site admin: SMASSservices smass.services@gmail.com
  24. From https://www.koptische-gemeinde.de/de/contact.html Vater Guirgis El Moharaki
    • E-Mail: Not copied
    • Mobil: 01714 360 460
    Vorstand:
    • Dr. Sameh Iskandar
    • E-Mail: Not copied
    Webmaster
    • E-Mail: Not copied
    From https://www.koptische-gemeinde.de/de/addresses.html Adressen der St. Georg Gemeinde in Sachsen
    • St. Georg Gemeinde Gast bei St. Petrus Kirche
    • St. Petrus Kirche
    • Dohnaer Str.53
    • 01219 Dresden
    • Germany / Deutchland
  25. From https://eglisecopte.ch/contacts/
    • Paroisse Copte Orthodoxe de la Vierge Marie
    • Rue Virginio-Malnati 35
    • 1217 Meyrin, Genève
    • Switzerland / Suisse

    • Téléphone: +41 22 782 53 58
    • Fax: +41 22 782 53 58
    • Mail: info@eglisecopte.ch

    Monseigneur Amba Louka

    • Evêque de la Suisse Romande et du Sud de la France
    • Natel : +41 79 912 04 70
    • Mail : msg.louka@eglisecopte.ch

    Père Mina Hanna

    • Mail : pere.mina@eglisecopte.ch
    • His All-Holiness Bartholomew
    • Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch
    • The Ecumenical Patriarchate
    • Rum Patrikliği, Dr. Sadık Ahmet Cad. No. 19,
    • 34083 Fatih-İstanbul
    • Turkey / Turkki
    • Tel: +90 (212) 531.9670 - 6
    • Fax: +90 (212) 531.6533
    • E-mail: patriarchate@ec-patr.org
    • Archbishop Irinaios Athanasiadis
    • Archdiocese of Crete
    • Agios Minas Cathedral
    • Heraklon
    • Kreikka / Greece
    • Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
    • 5, Craven Hill
    • W2 3EN London
    • UK

    • +442077234787
    • +442072249301
    • Email: mail@thyateira.org.uk
    • Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta
    • Castello 3422, Campo dei Greci,
    • 30122 Venezia
    • Italia
    • Tel. (+39)041.52.39.569,
    • fax (+39)041.52.27.016
    • e-mail: arcidiocesiortodossa@gmail.com
    • Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
    • 8 East 79th Street,
    • New York, NY 10075
    • USA
    • Phone: (212) 570-3500
    • Fax: (212) 570-3569
    • Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
    • 242 Cleveland Street
    • Redfern, NSW 2016
    • Australia
    • Telephone: +61 2 9690 6100
    • Facsimile: +61 2 9698 5368
    • E-mail: info@greekorthodox.org.au
    • Website: www.greekorthodox.org.au
  26. From https://www.acrod.org/diocese/contact/
    • American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A.
    • 312 Garfield Street, Johnstown, PA 15906
    • USA
  27. From https://uocc.ca/contact/
    • Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada
    • 9 St. John’s Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba,
    • Canada, R2W 1G8
    • Toll-Free: 1-877-586-3093
    • Phone: 204-586-3093
    • Fax: 204-582-5241
    • consistory@uocc.ca
  28. From https://www.uocofusa.org/ Mailing Address
    • Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
    • P.O. Box 495
    • South Bound Brook, NJ 08880
    • USA
    Offices:
    • Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
    • Metropolia Center
    • 135 Davidson Avenue
    • Somerset, NJ 08873
    • consistory@uocofusa.org
    • 732-356-0090 (Phone)
    • 732-356-5556 (Fax)
  29. Patriarch’s Private Office:
    • Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem
    • Patriarch’s Private Office
    • Aides: Archimandrite Vartholomaios & Hierodeacon Markos
    • P.O. Box 14518,
    • Jerusalem 91145
    • Israel
    • Tel.: +972 2 6271657, +972-546112486
    • email: patriarch@jerusalem-patriarchate.info
  30. From https://bg-patriarshia.bg/en/index.php?file=contacts.xml
    • Bulgarian Orthodox Church
    • His Eminence Metropolitan Seraphim of Nevrocop
    • 1000 Sofia, 4 Oborishte Str
    • Bulgaria
    • Official site of St. Synod: www.bg-patriarshia.bg
    • Fax: (2) 989 76 00
    • Phones of St. Synod:
      • Headquarters: (2) 987 56 11
      • Archive: ext. 219
      • Pass: ext. 201
  31. From http://www.ecclesia.gr/English/holysynod/diarkis.htm
    • Church of Greece
    • 14, Ioannou Genadiou street
    • 115 21 Athens
    • Greece
    • Calling Centre: 210 72 72 202-210
    • e-mail: holysynod@ecclesia.gr
  32. From https://churchofcyprus.org.cy/ Adress:
    • Ιερά Αρχιεπισκοπή Κύπρου (Holy Archdiocese of Cyprus)
    • Πλατεία Αρχιεπισκόπου Κυπριανού (Archbishop Kyprianou Square)
    • 1016 Λευκωσία (Nicosia)
    • Kypros / Cyprus
    • Tel: +357 22554600, +357 22554611
    • Fax: +357 22431796
    • Email: office@churchofcyprus.org.cy
  33. From http://www.spc.rs/eng/contact
    • SERBIAN PATRIARCHATE
    • 5 Kralja Petra Str.
    • 11000 Belgrade
    • Serbia
    • Central +381-11-3025-101
  34. From http://patriarhia.ro/contacts-367-en/
    • The Holy Synod Office
    • Aleea Dealul Mitropoliei, no. 25
    • RO - 040163, Bucharest IV
    • Romania
    • (phone) +40-21.337.08.30,
    • (fax) +40-21.337.08.22,
    • email: cancelaria@patriarhia.ro

    • Communications and Public Relations
    • Aleea Dealul Mitropoliei, no. 25
    • RO - 040163, Bucharest IV
    • Romania
    • (phone) +40-21.406.71.67,
    • (fax) +40-21.406.71.72,
    • email: presa@patriarhia.ro
  35. From https://www.orthodox.pl/kontakt/ Warszawskiego i całej Polski:
    • Kancelaria Prawosławnego Metropolity
    • 03-402 Warszawa, Al. Solidarności 52
    • Puola / Poland
    • tel. 22 619-08-86, fax 22 619-29-96

    Adresy email:

    • Kancelaria Metropolity: kancelaria@orthodox.pl
    • Wydawnictwo: wydawnictwo@orthodox.pl
    • Biblioteka: biblioteka@orthodox.pl
    • Archiwum: archiwum@orthodox.pl
    • Muzeum: muzeum@orthodox.pl
  36. From https://orthodoxalbania.org/2020/en/patriarchates-and-autocephalous-churches/
    • Kryepiskopata e Shenjtë e Tiranës, Durrësit
    • Kisha Orthodhokse Autoqefale e Shqipërisë,
    • Bulevardi "Deshmorët e Kombit", Nr.5, Tiranë
    • Albania
    • Tel. (00355) 4–2257 261,-2, fax 4–2257 263
    • Email: orthchal@orthodoxalbania.org

    • Mitropolia e Shenjtë e Beratit
    • Berat. Lagjja "28 Nëntori".
    • Albania
    • Zyra e Mitropolitit: Tel/fax 0322 33 532
    • mitropoliaberat@yahoo.com

    • Mitropolia e Shenjtë e Gjirokastrës
    • Gjirokastër. Rr. "Alqi Kondi", nr. 27.
    • Albania
    • Tel. (00355) 84–242.66, fax 84–237.73.
    • mitropolia.gjirokaster@yahoo.com

    • Mitropolia e Shenjtë e Korçës
    • Korçë. Rr. "Kryepiskopi Anastas", nr. 2.
    • Albania
    • Tel. (00355) 82–242.876, fax 82–246.100.
    • mitropoliako@gmail.com

    • Mitropolia e Shenjtë e Fierit
    • Fier. Kisha “Shën Gjergji”, lagjja "1 Maji", rr. “Jani Bakalli”.
    • Albania
    • Tel: +35534908121
    • mitropoliafier@orthodoxalbania.org

    • Mitropolia e Shenjtë e Elbasanit
    • Elbasan
    • Albania
    • mitropolia.elbasan@gmail.com
  37. From https://www.pp-eparchie.cz/
    • Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church
    • Čtvrtek, 6. Srpen 2020
    • Šárecká 1065/36, 160 00 Praha 6
    • Tšekin tasavalta / Czech Republic

    • +420 224 315 015
  38. From https://orthodox.sk/kontakt/ PRAVOSLÁVNA CIRKEV NA SLOVENSKU
    • Úrad metropolitnej rady
    • Bayerova 8, 080 01 Prešov
    • Slovakia / Slovensko
    • Tel. č.: +421 51 77 24 736
    • Email: mrpc@orthodox.sk
  39. From https://www.pomisna.info/uk/ Adress:
    • Orthodox Church of Ukraine
    • вул. Трьохсвятительська, 8
    • м. Київ, 01001
    • Ukraine / Україна
    • (044) 278-41-45
    • Email: info@pomisna.info
  40. From http://www.roacusa.org/directory.php SAINT NICHOLAS THE WONDERWORKER ORTHODOX PARISH His Eminence, the Most Reverend Andrew, Archbishop of Pavlovskoye and Rockland, Adminstrator of the
    • Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church of America
    • 95 Elm Street
    • Elmwood Park, New Jersey
    • 07407-1610
    • USA
    Services in Slavonic
    • Phone: (347) 321-4870
    • Fax: (208) 730-7551
    • Email: ArchbishopAndrei@roacusa.org
  41. From https://mospatusa.com/
    • The Patriarchal Parishes in the USA
    • 15 E. 97th Street
    • New York, NY 10029
    • 917-683-0339
    • chancellor@mospatusa.com
    • webmaster@mospatusa.com
  42. From https://www.evangelicalorthodox.org/home Address:
    • Evangelical Orthodox Church
    • 1113 Hazen Street
    • Saskatoon, S7K0Z9
    • CANADA
    • jerold@sasktel.net
    • Tel: +1 (306) 6642808
  43. From https://www.orthodoxcatholicchurch.org/
    • Orthodox Catholic Church Of America
    • Fort Wayne, IN 51-0186879
    • USA
    • LWF Communion Office
    • Ecumenical Center
    • 150, route de Ferney
    • P.O. Box 2100
    • CH-1211 Geneva 2
    • Switzerland / Suisse
    • info@lutheranworld.org
    • t +41/22-791 61 11
    • f +41/22-791 66 30
    • International Lutheran Council
    • PO Box 10149
    • Fort Wayne, IN 46850
    • USA
    • Telephone: +1-314-800-0310
    • FAX: +1-314-814-8062
    • E-mail: info@ilcouncil.org
    • Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference
    • President Gaylin Schmeling
    • 6 Browns Ct.
    • Mankato, MN 56001
    • USA
    • E-mail: president@celc.info
    • ELCA Churchwide Ministries
    • 8765 W Higgins Road
    • Chicago, IL 60631
    • USA
    • Toll-Free: 800-638-3522
    • Phone: 773-380-2700
    • Fax: 773-380-1465
    • Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
    • 1333 S. Kirkwood Road
    • St. Louis, MO 63122-7226
    • USA
    • Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
    • N16W23377 Stone Ridge Drive
    • Waukesha, WI 53188-1108
    • USA
  44. Pope Francis
    • His Holiness Pope Francis
    • Apostolic Palace
    • 00120 Vatican City
    • Vatican
  45. From http://www.melkitepat.org/eng/contact_us
    • Melkite-Greek Catholic Patriarchate
    • of Antioch & all the east
    • of alexandria & of jerusalem
    • p.o.box 70071
    • Antelias
    • Lebanon / Libanon
    • phone 961 4 525301 - 525655 - 417566 - 413111
    • fax 961 4 418113
    • email: gcp@pgc-lb.org
    • email: info@pgc-lb.org
  46. http://coptcatholic.net/%d8%af%d9%81%d8%aa%d8%b1-%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%b2%d9%88%d8%a7%d8%b1/ contact form in Arabic (???)
  47. From http://saint-adday.com/
    • Email: chaldeanpatriarchate1@gmail.com
  48. See http://www.syromalabarchurch.in/dioces_list.php
  49. From http://www.catholicate.net/contact-us/
    • His Excellency Yoohanon Mar Theodosius
    • Email : bishoptheodosius@gmail.com
    • His Excellency Samuel Mar Irenios
    • Rev. Fr. Wilson Thattaruthundil
    • Rev. Fr. Prabheesh Geroge
    • Email : frprabheesh@gmail.com
    • Rev. Fr. Sheen Thankalayam
    • Email : thanksheen@gmail.com/ yahoo.com
    • Prof. Abraham Joseph
    • Mr. Samuel O
    MAJOR ARCHIEPISCOPAL CURIA (???)
    • Catholicate Centre
    • Trivandrum - 695 004
    • Kerala
    • India
    • Mail Us mcccuria@gmail.com
    • Call Us +91- 471-2558864
    • Fax : 0091-471-2553244
  50. From https://bisericaromanaunita.ro/biserica-romana-unita-cu-roma-greco-catolica/contact/
    • Arhieparhia de Alba Iulia și Făgăraș
    • 515400 Blaj (AB),
    • P. P. Aron 2
    • România
    • 0040-258-712057
    • 0040-258-713602
    • mitropolia@gmail.com
    • Eparhia de București
    • Str. Alexandru D. Xenopol, nr. 15, 010472,
    • Sector 1 – Bucureşti,
    • ROMÂNIA
    • +4 074 039 99 39
    • +4 021 210 16 32
    • episcopie.bucuresti@gmail.com
    • Eparhia de Cluj-Gherla
    • 400001 Cluj-Napoca (CJ)
    • Moţilor 26
    • România
    • 0040-264-439018
    • 0040-264-431964
    • cluj-gherla@bru.ro
    • Eparhia de Lugoj
    • 305500 Lugoj (TM),
    • Ep. Dr. Ioan Bălan 6
    • România
    • 0040-256-353597, 0040-256-336670, 0040-256-351457
    • email: episcopialugoj@bru.ro
    • Eparhia de Maramureș
    • 430341 Baia Mare (MM),
    • Vasile Lucaciu 50
    • România
    • 0040-262-213398
    • 0040-362-814531
    • email: epgrcatmm@yahoo.com
    • Eparhia de Oradea
    • 410210 Oradea (BH),
    • Episcop Mihai Pavel 4
    • România
    • 0040-259.436.492, 0040-.359.410.844, 0040-359.410.845, 0040-259.430.509
    • email: episcop@egco.ro
  51. Betel Turku From https://turku.adventtikirkko.fi/yhteystiedot.html
    • Betel-kirkko
    • Yliopistonkatu 29 a / Puutarhakatu 8
    • 20100 Turku
    • Pastori Ioannis Giantzaklidis
    • Nuoriso- ja kansainvälinentyö
    • puh. 044 553 6448
    • ioannis.giantzaklidis(at)adventtikirkko.fi
    • Pastori Evita Ilola
    • puh. 050 472 0742
    • evita.ilola(at)adventtikirkko.fi
  52. Betesda Ekenäs From http://betesdachurch.fi/?page_id=286883&lang=en
    • Betesda Church
    • Långgatan 19
    • 10600 Ekenäs
    • firstname.lastname@betesdachurch.fi
  53. Suomen Anglikaaninen kirkko - https://www.anglican.fi/ https://www.anglican.fi/contact/
    • Suomen Anglikaaninen kirkko
    • Tehtaankatu 23 B
    • 00150 Helsinki
    • Tel. 050 309 9132
    • Email: office@anglican.fi
  54. Hangö församlingar From https://www.hangoforsamling.fi/hango-svenska-forsamling/kontaktuppgifter.html
    • Hangö församlingar
    • Pastorskansliet
    • Parkgatan 7
    • 10900 Hangö
    • hango.svenska@evl.fi
    From http://www.hangonseurakunta.fi/hangon-suomalainen-seurakunta/yhteystiedot.html
    • Hangon seurakunnat
    • KIRKKOHERRANVIRASTO
    • Puistokatu 7
    • 10900 HANKO
    • hangon.suomalainen@evl.fi
  55. Inkoon seurakunta From https://www.inkoonseurakunta.fi/yhteystiedot
    • Inkoon seurakunta
    • PL 5
    • 10210 Inkoo
    • Tel, (09) 2219 030
    • Fax (09) 2961 212
    email: inga.kansli@evl.fi
  56. Raaseporin seurakunta
    • Raaseporin seurakunta
    • Kirkkoherranvirasto
    • Keskuskatu 23
    • 10300 Karjaa
    • raaseporin.seurakunta@evl.fi
    • puh. 019 279 3030
    • Tammisaaren palvelupiste
    • Larssonintie 1
    • 10600 Tammisaari
    • email: ekenasnejdens.församling@evl.fi
    • tel. 019 2411 060
  57. Karis-Pojo Svenska församling From https://www.karis-pojoforsamling.fi/stod-och-hjalp/postilla
    • Pastorskansliet i Karis
    • Centralgatan 23
    • 10300 Karis
    • tel. 019 279 3000
    • email: karis-pojo.forsamling@evl.fi
  58. Virtain seurakunta
    • Virtain seurakunta
    • Rantatie 9
    • 34800 Virrat
    • Finland
    • Email: virtain.seurakunta@evl.fi
  59. Oriveden seurakunta
    • Oriveden seurakunta
    • Latokartanontie 5
    • 35300 Orivesi
    • Finland
    • Phone: +358-40-8049-600
    • Email: orivesi.srk@evl.fi
  60. RUOVEDEN SEURAKUNTA
    • RUOVEDEN SEURAKUNTA
    • Honkalantie 8
    • 34600 RUOVESI
    • Finland
    • Phone + 358 40 804 9567
  61. Suomen Metodistikirkko - https://www.metodistikirkko.fi/?page_id=101
    • Suomen metodistikirkko
    • Punavuorenkatu 2 B 17
    • 00120 Helsinki
    • suomen(at)metodistikirkko.fi
  62. Finlands svenska metodistkyrka - http://www.metodistkyrkan.fi/node/6
    • Finlands svenska metodistkyrka
    • Kyrkostyrelsen
    • Apollog. 5
    • 00100 Helsingfors
    • kyrkostyrelsen[ät]metodistkyrkan.fi
  63. Betel Raseborg - http://www.karisbetel.fi/fi/seurakunta/yhteystiedot/
    • Sähköposti: info@karisbetel.fi
    • Käyntiosoite:
    • Betel Karis
    • Keskuskatu 73
    • 10300 Karjaa
    Postiosoite:
    • Karis Betel r.f.
    • Pb 25
    • 10301 Karjaa
  64. Suomen ortodoksinen kirkko https://ort.fi/yhteystiedot
    • Suomen ortodoksinen kirkko
    • Arkkipiispan kanslia
    • Liisankatu 29 A
    • 00170 Helsinki
    helsingin.hiippakunta@ort.fi
  65. Katolinen kirkko Suomessa - https://katolinen.fi/yhteystietoja/
    • Katolinen kirkko
    • Hiippakunnan kuuria
    • (Stiftets kuria; Diocesan Curia)
    • Rehbinderintie 21, 00150 Helsinki
    • puh.: 09-6877460, fax 09-639820
    • e-mail: hiippakunta(at)katolinen.fi
  66. Taivas TV7 - https://www.tv7.fi/yhteystiedot/
    • Martti Ojares, toimitusjohtaja (Lighthouse Network Ltd.)
    • Mirja Ojares, toiminnanjohtaja (Ristin Tuki Ry)
    • TV7 / Ristin Tuki ry / Lighthouse Network Ltd Oy
    • Vilhonvuorenkatu 11 A 3. krs
    • 00500 Helsinki
    • TV7 Keskus (arkisin klo 9.00 – 16.00, kiinni 27.6. – 26.7.) 09 756 2510
    • Yleinen sähköposti
    • tv7(ät)tv7.fi
    • Henkilökunnan sähköposti etunimi.sukunimi(ät)tv7.fi
  67. Radio Dei - https://www.radiodei.fi/info/yhteystiedot/
    • Radio Dei
    • Mannerheimintie 105, 5.krs
    • 00280 HELSINKI
  68. Missionskyrkan i Finland From http://mkf.fi/388-2/ tai http://mkf.fi/kontor/
    • Missionskyrkan i Finland
    • Torngatan 4
    • 10600 Ekenäs
    • Finland
    • +358 50 3620602
    • E-MAIL: info@missionskyrkan.fi
  69. International Evangelical Church in Finland https://www.church.fi/contact-us
    • IEC Center
    • Tähtitorninkatu 18 A
    • 00140 Helsinki
    • Tel: 050 5695936

Contacted[edit]

  1. The Taizé Community
    • 2020-08-26 sent many cards, some small cards and a magnetic card
    Mailed 2020-08-25 21-15-00 Taizé community - France.jpg
  2. Contacted Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-21-24 Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria - Egypt.jpg
  3. Contacted The British Orthodox Secretariat
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-06-12 Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria - The British Orthodox Secretariat - UK.jpg
  4. Contacted Armenian Apostolic Church
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-23-06 Armenian Apostolic Church - Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin - Armenia.jpg
  5. Contacted Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-02-31 Armenian Apostolic Church - Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia - Lebanon.jpg
  6. Contacted Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-03-29 Armenian Apostolic Church - Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem - Israel.jpg
  7. Contacted Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-03-41 Oriental Orthodox Churches - Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church - Eritrea.jpg
  8. Contacted Eritrean Orthodox Church Archdiocese of North America
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards that bounced as the Eritrean Orthodox Church Archdiocese of North America is no longer at that address
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-00-00 Eritrean Orthodox Church - Archdiocese of North America - USA.jpg
  9. Contacted Syriac Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-03-51 Oriental Orthodox Churches - Syriac Orthodox Church - Syria.jpg
  10. Contacted Jacobite Syrian Christian Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-02-39 Syriac Orthodox Church - Jacobite Syrian Christian Church - India.jpg
  11. Contacted Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-02-59 Oriental Orthodox Churches - Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church - India.jpg
  12. Contacted Eastern Orthodox Church
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-20-59 Eastern Orthodox Church - Turkey.jpg
  13. Contacted Archdiocese of Crete
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-03-09 Eastern Orthodox Church - Archdiocese of Crete - Crete.jpg
  14. Contacted Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-02 Eastern Orthodox Church - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain.jpg
  15. Contacted Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-11 Eastern Orthodox Church - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta.jpg
  16. Contacted Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-58-19 Greek Orthodox Church - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America - USA.jpg
  17. Contacted Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-20 Eastern Orthodox Church - Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.jpg
  18. Contacted American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-59-27 Eastern Orthodox Church - American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A.jpg
  19. Contacted Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-59-50 Eastern Orthodox Church - Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada.jpg
  20. Contacted Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-59-39 Eastern Orthodox Church - Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA.jpg
  21. Contacted Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem
    • 2020-08-29 Sent an assortment of cards.
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-28 Eastern Orthodox Church - Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem - Israel.jpg
  22. Contacted Bulgarian Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-39 Eastern Orthodox Church - Bulgarian Orthodox Church - Bulgaria.jpg
  23. Contacted Church of Greece
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-48 Eastern Orthodox Church - Church of Greece - Greece.jpg
  24. Contacted Church of Cyprus
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-04-57 Eastern Orthodox Church - Church of Cyprus - Cyprus.jpg
  25. Contacted Serbian Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-05-06 Eastern Orthodox Church - Serbian Orthodox Church - Serbia.jpg
  26. Contacted Romanian Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-05-15 Eastern Orthodox Church - Romanian Orthodox Church - Romania.jpg
  27. Contacted Polish Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-05-24 Eastern Orthodox Church - Polish Orthodox Church - Poland.jpg
  28. Contacted Orthodox Church of Albania
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-05-38 Eastern Orthodox Church - Orthodox Church of Albania - Albania.jpg
  29. Contacted Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-10 00-05-51 Eastern Orthodox Church - Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church - Czech Republic.jpg
  30. Contacted Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church of America
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-58-31 True Orthodoxy - Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church of America - USA.jpg
  31. Contacted Russian Orthodox Church in America
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-59-16 Eastern Orthodox Church - Russian Orthodox Church in America - USA.jpg
  32. Contacted Evangelical Orthodox Church
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-58-47 Evangelical Orthodox Church - Canada.jpg
  33. Contacted Orthodox-Catholic Church of America
    • 2020-10-09 sent an assortment of cards
    Mailed 2020-10-09 23-59-05 Orthodox Catholic Church Of America - USA .jpg
  34. Contacted Lutheran World Federation
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-21-50 Lutheran World Federation - Switzerland.jpg
  35. Contacted International Lutheran Council
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-22-01 International Lutheran Council - USA.jpg
  36. Contacted Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-22-15 Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference - USA.jpg
  37. Contacted Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-22-53 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America - USA.jpg
  38. Contacted Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-22-29 Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod - USA.jpg
  39. Contacted Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
    • 2020-08-29 Sent 6 English cards, 1 Finnish card and 2 small multilingual cards.
    Mailed 2020-08-29 21-22-42 Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod - USA.jpg
  40. Catholic Church contacted
    • 2020-08-28 Sent 7 cards and 3 small cards, one in Finnish. Addressed to the Pope, the secretary and the council.
    Mailed 2020-08-27 20-53-49 Catholic Church - Pope Francis - Vatican.jpg
  41. Virtain seurakunta contacted
    • 2020-08-23 Left 4 signed Finnish cards in their mailbox 3 addressed to the priests and one for other staff
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  42. Oriveden seurakunta contacted
    • 2020-08-26 Sent signed Finnish cards for the vicar, clergy, council and other staff
  43. RUOVEDEN SEURAKUNTA contacted
    • 2020-08-26 Sent signed Finnish cards for the vicar, clergy, council and other staff
  44. Taivas TV7 contacted
    • 2020-08-26 Sent 6 Finnish cards, 1 English, 2 small cards. Addressed to Martti Ojares, Mirja Ojares and the other folk
  45. Radio Dei contacted
    • 2020-08-26 Sent 5 Finnish cards, 1 English and 2 small cards

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  4. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America should not be confused with the Orthodox Church in America, whose autocephaly – granted by the Russian Orthodox Church – is not recognized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and many other churches of the Eastern Orthodox Communion.
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