“…and he and his entire household rejoiced that he had become a believer in God.” (Acts 16:34)

Lydia the first Christian in Europe, “was baptized along with her household” (Acts 16:15), after she heard—with great attention—the preaching of the Apostle Paul when he visited the town of Philippi. According to tradition, the founder of the Church of Aegina, Crispus—who was the head of the synagogue—was baptized by...

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International Symposium Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems “The Challenges of Technology”

With the grace of God, the Orthodox Metropolis of Korea organized on Saturday, November 19, 2016 an International Symposium under the general theme: “Orthodoxy and Contemporary Problems. The Challenge of Technology. ” The topic of the International Symposium did not concern only scientists and experts, but anyone seriously interested in...

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2016 Schedule of Services at St. Nicholas Cathedral for Christmas

Friday, 23 Dec.        9:00~10:30 am        Service of the Royal Hours 5:00-6:15 pm         9th Hour, Great Vespers   Saturday, 24 Dec.    9:00~10:00 am       Matins 10:00~ 11:15am      Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom 5:00~6:00 pm        Great Vespers   Sunday, 25 Dec.      8:45~10:00 am       Matins for the Feast of...

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Announcement: International Symposium “Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems: The Challenges of Technology” Saturday November 19th, 2016

Orthodox Metropolis of Korea 한국정교회 43, Mapo-daero, 18-gil,  Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea Tel: +82 2-362-6371 Email:  orthodoxkorea@gmail.com Announcement: International Symposium “Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems: The Challenges of Technology” November 19, 2016   The Orthodox Metropolis of Korea is pleased to announce the hosting of “Orthodox Christianity & Contemporary Problems:...

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Annual Fall International Food Festival was held October 9th.

Last Sunday, October 9th, The Metropolis of Korea held its annual fall International Food festival to strengthen the mission in Korea. Orthodox faithful from eight countries (Korea, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Belarus, Greece Uzbekistan and America) participated in the event. The festival attracted a large response from non-Orthodox in the surrounding area, many of...

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The Feast of the 24 Protector Saints of the Korean Orthodox Church

This last Monday, October 3, The Korean Orthodox Church celebrated the feast of the 24 Protector Saints of the Korean Orthodox Church at Our Lord’s Transfiguration Monastery in Gapyeong, Korea. The evening before (October 2) His Eminence, Metropolitan of Pisidia, Sotirios along with Metropolitan Ambrosios, and Deacon John Park celebrated...

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