The Administration of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia

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  1. Jacob Dahlen

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    The Administration of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia is manifested in the Council [Sobor] of Bishops through the First Hierarch with the Synod of Bishops and the Diocesan bishops. The Council of Bishops, convened approximately every two years, is the supreme authority of the ecclesiastical legislative, administrative, judicial and executive organ for the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. The Synod of Bishops is the executive organ of the Council. The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia is divided into dioceses. All dioceses are under the authority of their diocesan bishops. In each diocese there is a diocesan council, and also a diocesan ecclesiastical court. According the the Regulations of the The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, diocesan council meetings with the participation of the clergy, layment and representatives of monasteries, church brotherhoods, schools and charitable organizations must be convened no less than once every three years

    Metropolitan LAURUS, Eastern America and New York Diocese,
    FIRST HIERARCH of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, Ruling Bishop of the Syracuse-Holy Trinity Diocese

    75 East 93rd Street
    New York, NY 10128, U.S.A.
    Tel: (212) 534-1601; fax: (212) 534-1798

    Holy Trinity Monastery
    P.O. Box 36
    Jordanville, NY 13361-0036, U.S.A.
    tel: (315) 858-0940; Fax: (315) 858-0505; e-mail: [email protected]

    Archbishop ALYPY, Chicago and Detroit Diocese.
    Deputy of the President of the Synod of Bishops.
    The Most Rev. Archbishop Alypy


    1800 Lee Street
    Des Plaines, IL 60018, U.S.A.
    Tel: (847) 824-6531; fax: (847) 759-9836
    Website of the Chicago and Detroit Diocese: http://www.roca.org/chicagoanddetroit/
    Archbishop MARK, Berlin, Germany and Great Britain Diocese.
    Second Deputy of the President of the Synod of Bishops.
    Overseer of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem.
    Seine Eminenz Erzbischof Mark


    Hofbauernstr. 26
    81247 Muenchen, GERMANY
    Tel: 49 (89) 834-8959; fax: 49 (89) 886-777; e-mail: [email protected]

    Website of the German Diocese: http://www.russian-church.de

    Website of the British Diocese: http://www.rocor.org.uk
    Archbishop HILARION, Sydney, Australian and New-Zealand Diocese.
    The Most Rev. Archbishop Hilarion
    20 Chelmsford Avenue
    Croydon, N.S.W. 2132, AUSTRALIA
    Tel: 61 (2) 9747-5892; fax: 61 (2) 9747-5109; e-mail: : [email protected]

    Website of the Australian and New-Zealand Diocese: http://www.rocor.org.au
    Archbishop KYRILL, San Francisco and Western American Diocese.
    Member of the Synod of Bishops.
    The Most Rev. Archbishop Kyrill
    109 6-th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94118, U.S.A.
    e-mail:[email protected]

    Western American Diocesan Office:
    598 15-th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94118, U.S.A.
    Tel: 415-387-8757 Fax: 415-387-5955
    e-mail: [email protected]
    Bishop AMBROISE, Geneva and Western European Diocese.
    Son Eminence l'Eveque Ambroise


    12, rue des Communaux
    1800 Vevey, SUISSE
    Tel: 41 (0) 21 921 84 63; fax: 41 (0) 21 921 71 57.
    Diocesan Administration:
    18, rue de Beaumont
    1206 Geneve, SUISSE
    Tel/fax: 41 (0) 22 346 47 09
    Bishop EVTIKHII, Ishim and Siberian Diocese.
    Deputy Ruling Bishop of the Parishes of the Church of Russia in Moscow and St. Petersburg.


    Russia, City of Ishim
    Korkinskaya St., 52
    Episkop Evtikhii
    Tel: 7 (34551) 2-37-67; fax: 7 (34551) 9-21-61
    Bishop AGAFANGEL, Simferopol and Crimean Diocese.


    Ukraine 65005, city of Odessa
    A-Ya 21
    Episkop Agafangel
    Pl Mikhailovskaya 1
    Odessa 65005
    UKRAINE
    Tel. (048)7311203, 7334464 fax: (0482)66617, e-mail:[email protected]

    Website: http://www.ipc.od.ua
    Bishop DANIEL, Erie, Vicar President of the Synod of Bishops for the Old Believers.
    The Right Rev. Bishop Daniel
    246 E. Second Street
    Erie, PA 16507, U.S.A.
    Tel: (814) 452-0845; fax: (814) 459-8515
    Bishop GABRIEL of Manhattan, Vicar Bishop of the Eastern American and New York Diocese, Secretary of the Synod of Bishops.


    75 East 93rd Street
    New York, NY 10128, U.S.A.
    TÆÆ: (212) 722-6577; ¸·Ãú: (212) 426-1086; e-mail: [email protected]
    Bishop MICHAEL of Boston, Vicar of the Eastern American and New York Diocese.
    The Right Rev. Bishop Michael
    c/o Holy Trinity Monastery
    P.O. Box 36
    Jordanville, NY 13361-0036, U.S.A.
    Tel: (315) 858-0940

    Bishop AGAPIT of Stuttgart, Vicar of the German Diocese.
    Seine Eminenz Bischof Agapit
    Hofbauernstr. 26
    81247 Muenchen, GERMANY
    Tel: 49 (89) 834-8959; fax: 49 (89) 886-777; e-mail: [email protected]

    Website of the German Diocese: http://www.rocor.de
    Bishop PETER of Cleveland, Vicar of the Chicago Diocese
    The Right Rev. Bishop Peter
    1110 Prospect Lane
    Des Plaines, IL 60018, U.S.A.
    Tel: (847) 299-2585


    The Montreal and Canada Diocese. The Eastern part of the Diocese is temporarily ruled by Metropolitan LAURUS, and the Western portion by Bishop Kyrill.


    Holy Trinity Monastery
    P.O. Box 36
    Jordanville, NY 13361-0036, U.S.A.
    Tel: (315) 858-0940; fax: (315) 858-0505; e-mail: [email protected]

    The Right Rev. Bishop Kyrill
    109 6-th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94118, U.S.A.
    Tel: (415) 386-0452; fax: (415) 386-1472; e-mail:[email protected]


    Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem. Deputy Head of the REM: Hegumen Andronik (Kotliaroff)
    The Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem


    P.O. Box 20164
    Jerusalem 91200, ISRAEL
    Tel: 972 (2) 628-30-88
    Website of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem: http://www.jerusalem-mission.org
     
  2. Ben W

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    I was told that a number of Russian Orthodox Churches that exist outside of Russia do not recognise the current Russian Orthodox church because of their percieved historical relations with the KGB, and their changes made to the church to make it more compatible with a communist government?
     

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