Branches of the Fellowship throughout the world.
Contact information for the Fellowship's branches throughout the world is found below. Questions regarding individual local branches and their activities may be addressed to the indicated contact person. General enquiries about the Fellowship may be addressed to the General Secretary at the Fellowship's main offices (contact details at bottom of page).
, Bishop Sionii
||Sofia Theological Seminary, Sofia.|
, Niki Tsironi
|email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
, (under re-organisation)
, Julia Klushina and Natalia Kulkova
||c/o St Tikhon's Orthodox University
, Archpriest Alexander Diaghilev
, Dick Nyberg
, Bp. Biörn Fjärstedt.
, Kai Larsen
||+46(0)70-211 90 15
, Mr George Woodman
|Bristol & Bath
, The Very Revd Archimandrite Kyril
, The Revd Fr Raphael Armour
, Archpriest Benedict Ramsden
, The Revd Dr J Turner
||Merrywood, 25 Fourth Ave
Essex CO13 9DU
, Mr I Golds
||33 Wakefield Gardens
London SE19 2NF
, Fr Stephen Platt
||1 Canterbury Road|
, Rosemary Carter
||c/o St Alban's Cathedral|
||St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
575 Scarsdale Road,
Based in Oxford, England, the Fellowship operates with the blessing of the local Orthodox hierarchs, and with the approval of the Anglican and Roman Catholic authorities. Our Patrons are:
In addition to its other activities, the Fellowship maintains an information service for those seeking to know about the Orthodox Church both in Great Britain and throughout the world. Enquiries may be sent by post, telephone, or e-mail. We also maintain an unusual collection of books and periodicals on subjects relating to the Eastern Churches which our members may use.
The Fellowship makes a number of grants each year to groups and projects which operate in accord with its aims. Through our sponsorship of a wide range of church-related activities throughout the world, we are able to form new contacts between Orthodox and other Christians.
In addition, we have our own programme of activities in several Orthodox countries, including Greece, Russia, Serbia and Romania. These include publications, conferences and exchange visits.