The Brotherhood of St. Moses the
Black - a
pan-Orthodox nonprofit organization whose mission is to minister to
Americans the gift of Orthodoxy. In an effort to be good stewards of the
manifold grace of God (I Peter 4:10), the organization presents an
annual conference that targets those who have little exposure to
Orthodoxy as well as the African roots of Orthodoxy. Its vision is to
bring Americans closer to Jesus Christ.
Christian Camp Association
The Orthodox Christian Camp Association is a group of Orthodox Christian
camp professionals from all Orthodox Christian jurisdictions.
Operating with the blessing of SCOBA (The Standing Conference of
Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas), the Orthodox Christian Camp
Association is to witness to the truth and love of Jesus Christ through
the Orthodox Christian camping experience.
Orthodox Fellowship of the
our Fellowship was made an endorsed organization of SCOBA, the Standing
Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in America. Our purpose is to
provide an Orthodox response to the growing ecological crisis of our day
and to be of service to the Church in a variety of ways.
is a spiritual community that assists homeless people by feeding
the neighboring poor, offering hospitality to temporary guests, and
enabling long term residents to gain the skills they need to change
- The Russian Brotherhood Organization of the U.S.A., a fraternal
International Orthodox Christian Charities
Established in March 1992 as the official international humanitarian organization
of the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas
Orthodox Christian Mission Center - Consonant with the Great
Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:19-20), the vision of
the Orthodox Christian Mission Center is to encourage, support and
facilitate the establishment and development of self-supporting,
Eucharistic Orthodox Christian communities worldwide, thus incorporating
the person into the fullness of the life in Christ.
- a monthly periodical whose emphasis is
on Orthodox education, spirituality, sacramental living (as taught by
the Orthodox Church and Her Holy Fathers), heretical / ecumenical
awareness, prophecies by Orthodox Saints, and Holy Tradition. It is
sponsored by the Greek Orthodox Brotherhood of St. POIMEN, a laity
group, whose aim is focused on defending traditional Orthodoxy and also
spiritual as well as material almsgiving.
Fellowship of Orthodox Christians in America - (FOCA) an
official organization of the Orthodox Church in America; our mission is
to proclaim, share and reveal our Orthodox Christian Faith through service,
fellowship and example.
The Pokrov Foundation -
The Pokrov foundation has been established in 1994 as an effort of the
laity within the Orthodox Church, the main Christian denomination in
Bulgaria, to restore genuine philanthropy, promote Orthodox Christianity
and restore the public presence of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
Ukrainian Orthodox Society - an integral organization of faithful of
the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA. dedicated to supporting: the spiritual
rebirth of the people of Ukraine; the establishment of universal principles
of justice, charity and tolerance; the re-establishment of churches and
religious organizations in Ukraine; the rebirth of the Ukrainian Orthodox
Church in Ukraine as a unified Kyivan Patriachate.
Orthodox League of the USA - an auxiliary organization of the Ukrainian
Orthodox Church, formed by the seventh Sobor in 1946. The major purposes
of the UOL include the development of better knowledge and understanding
of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church; encouraging youth interest and participation
in the Church; publishing and distributing educational materials; promoting
religious, cultural, and social activities and programs; promoting by every
means possible the growth and development of the Orthodox Church.
Life! is a support organization committed to helping Orthodox Christian
women in a crisis pregnancy.
- Resource page for victims of sexual abuse and other abuses at the hands
of Orthodox Christian Clergy.
- The goal of the Carpatho-Rusyn Society is to unite Carpatho-Rusyns culturally,
and celebrate, manifest, and develop the continuity and integrity of this
The Antiochian Orthodox Christian
Women of North America - organization of the Antiochian Orthodox
Christian Archdiocese of North America, founded in 1973 through the vision
of His Eminence Metropolitan PHILIP (Saliba).
Fellowship of St. John the
Divine - Develops, funds and runs a variety of programs for the Antiochian
Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. The Fellowship ( formerly
known as Senior SOYO) is the oldest of all the Archdiocese Organizations
and is responsible for the early development of Choirs, Church School Programs
and Youth Ministry Programs. The Fellowship currently develops and oversees
a wide variety of programs on the parish, regional and archdiocesan levels.
The Order of St. Ignatius of Antioch
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North Order of St. Ignatius.
Provides information and resources on the Orthodox Christian Church and
the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America.
Brotherhood Organization (R.B.O.) of the U.S.A., a fraternal benefit
society. The R.B.O. has contributed to many worthwhile charity, patriotic
and educational causes. It has supported churches here and abroad.
The R.B.O. not only provides life insurance to its members but also provides
help with scholarships for its young people.
Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine,
Psychology and Religion - OCAMPR exists to foster interdisciplinary
dialogue and promote Christian fellowship among helping professionals in
medicine, psychology and religion.
MIT Orthodox Christian Fellowship - a diverse group of Eastern Orthodox
Christians from a variety of ethnic backgrounds (Greek, Russian, Egyptian,
Romanian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Armenian, Bulgarian, Georgian, Albanian, Ethiopian,
Syrian, and, of course, American) and Christians interested in learning
about and living the traditional New Testament Faith.
Unity is an organisation of Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Christians
which seeks to make available positive information about the dialogue between
the Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches.
· Orthodox Christians' Online Club - A place for Orthodox Christians to
St. Cyril of Alexandria Orthodox
Christian Society - Our mission is to establish a community of
Orthodox Christian Theological fellowship whereby prospective and
current young servants, scholars and missionaries can utilize various
resources for spiritual growth and leadership development in present or
future Christian ministry through affordable and attainable education.
The Orthodox Speakers Bureau
is your resource for Orthodox Christian speakers. You have read their
books, listened to their podcasts and have been blessed to hear them
speak in person… Now you are able to easily book them for your own
Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry ,
the official prison ministry of SCOBA—The Standing Conference of the
Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas.
Shepherd's Guild is a fraternal service organization for Orthodox.
Associate membership is open to members of the Canonical Orthodox
jurisdictions. Founded in September 1999.
Christians for Life - (OCLife) is a non-profit religious educational
Pro-Life organization consisting of members from the Eastern Orthodox
Church which is recognized as a fourth major faith in the United States.
OCLife was founded in early 1986 by Rev. Fr. Edward Pehanich an Orthodox
priest of the
American Carpatho-Russian jurisdiction, Fr. Deacon John Protopapas
(Orthodox Church in America), and his wife Valerie. OClife
functions in cooperation with the hierarchy, clergy, and laity of the
canonical Orthodox Church regardless of jurisdiction or geographical
location; and supports the doctrines and canons of the Church.
The NEPA Orthodox
is for use as a resource for Orthodox Christians, or those
interested in the Orthodox Christian Church, to share information on
church events and happenings in and near the Pocono Mountains area of
Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA). This includes the Bethlehem,
Allentown, Easton, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Stroudsburg areas and beyond.
ACRY - National
American Carpatho Russian Youth Organization of the American Carpatho-Russian
Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A.
The Official Website
of the National Jr. ACRY of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox
Diocese of the U.S.A. --- The Jr. ACRY fosters good Christian living and
character building, stimulates constructive Christian Youth Activity for
the benefit of the Church, Diocese, and Community.
Orthodox Youth Camp - under the auspices of The Diocese of Chicago and
Detroit of The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.
in America - Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries - Our goal:
To foster the ongoing spiritual growth of youth and young adults, and work
toward their continual integration into the life and ministry of the Orthodox
Christian Church in North America.
Fellowship - OCF - Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the official
campus ministry effort under SCOBA. We are a Pan-Orthodox effort, overseen
by an Executive Committee and aided by an 16 person Student Advisory Board.
We are here to guide and support local OCF chapters through communication
with the larger Orthodox Community, our National Programs, and development
of resources Orthodox college students and those interested in Orthodoxy
Office of Youth Ministry - Please utilize all of the resources provided
by the OYM to ensure that the youth of God’s Holy Ukrainian Orthodox Church
are receiving the guidance and opportunity for learning and fellowship that
will help them become responsible and loving Orthodox Christians.
Orthodox Christian Youth
Ministry - Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese- Living the Orthodox
Faith In Christ Through Worship, Witness, Service and Fellowship.
The American Romanian
Orthodox Youth - the young people of The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate
of America are the "American Romanian Orthodox Youth," working together
under the blessing of their Archbishop, with the support of their parishes
and the prayers of their families.
The Hub for Youth and
Young Adult Ministries - Orthodox Church in America - To foster the ongoing
spiritual growth of youth and young adults, and work toward their continual
integration into the life and ministry of the Orthodox Christian Church
in North America.
A Website of the Orthodox Peace Fellowship
An association of Orthodox believers trying to apply the principles of the
Gospel to situations of division and conflict, whether in the home, the
parish, the community we live, the work place, within our particular nation,
and between nations.
Orthodox Christian Laity - an independently
organized movement of Orthodox Christian laity and clergy involved with
Orthodox Renewal in the Americas
- The World Fellowship of Orthodox Youth, is a federation of Orthodox youth
movements and theological schools around the world, working under the blessing
of all the local canonical Churches, to serve the Church, Her unity, witness
of Mount Athos - The object of the society is "the advancement of education
of the public in the study and knowledge of the history, culture, arts,
architecture, natural history, and literature of the Orthodox monasteries
of Mount Athos and the promotion of the religious and other charitable work
of the Holy Community and monasteries of Mount Athos."
Cleveland - The official homepage of the Churches of
Orthodox Christianity in Cleveland, Ohio