The Orthodox Church is comprised of various self-governing jurisdictions. Although one might be tempted to think of this in terms of multiple churches, the Orthodox Church is one, for she has one head, Jesus Christ. These jurisdictions are not a hierarchy as with the Roman Catholic church nor are they completely separate groups, but instead are unified in council and communion. They share beliefs and teachings although some forms and ceremonies may differ. The various jurisdictions of the Church are identified by location, frequently the original founding location by the Apostles and early missionaries of the Church.
Orthodox churches in Sweden
Information about the True Orthodox Church of Greece in Sweden (synod of Resistance) together with theological and liturgical material in Swedish
Orthodox England's directory of English-speaking parishes in the British Isles.
Orthodoxy in China
The official site of the Study Group on Orthodox Affairs in China organized by Dept. for External Church Relations of Moscow Patriarchate . Information about Orthodoxy in China, Guestbook and links.
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