Greek Orthodox Church


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Greek Orthodox Church

1. Also called Greek Church the established Church of Greece, governed by the holy synod of Greece, in which the Metropolitan of Athens has primacy of honour
2. another name for Orthodox Church
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The parishes of the Greek Orthodox Church had peacefully existed even before the establishment of the UAE.
The Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church, Theophilos III, who is one of the statement's signatories, is believed to have been behind the sale, which caused hundreds of Palestinians to call for his removal.
Works were completed on the Community Hall next to the St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church on 6 November 2015, Mr Williams said.
Carols, organ music and choirs - a later addition for Christian churches in northern Europe - are unknown in the Greek Orthodox Church, which traces its roots back to the very start of Christianity.
The young people paid a visit to Chrysostomos II, the archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church in the Greek Cypriot administration.
The Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem is once again being rocked by controversy over alleged land sales to Israeli investors in the West Bank.
A GREEK ORTHODOX Church, which was holding services in English for the past year, has been given the go ahead to become a fully-fledged parish as of next month.
Constantine and Helens Greek Orthodox Church in Lancaster, the festival runs from 11 a.
Among the other religious leaders are representatives of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Greek Orthodox Church, the Church of God in Christ, the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, the Orthodox Church in America, Episcopalian bishops, the Anglican Communion Network, the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, and many independent church leaders.
LIVERPOOL'S Greek Orthodox church is to receive a pounds 60,000 grant.
ENI)--The Greek Orthodox church in the Holy Land enthroned a new patriarch to replace Irineos, who was deposed by his bishops after a scandal about the sale and leasing of church land to investors linked to ultranationalist Jewish groups, but Israel is in a quandary over whether to grant him recognition.
Recent polling shows a majority of Greeks favor the separation of church and state following ongoing media coverage of an array of scathing charges against the Greek Orthodox Church.