Community of Saint John ~ New York City
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Here is the web page for the Orthodox-Catholic Church of America. Our ministry began in the 1880s, with establishment as the North American archdiocese of the Syriac Patriarchate of Antioch in 1892. We became self-governing in 1910.
Here is the web site for the Saint John of Kronstadt Centre, which was established in New York City in 1998 and serves as the administrative center for the Diocese of New York and the Atlantic Coast.
Since 1982, Axios NYC has been a voice for Eastern and Orthodox LGBT Christians, their families, friends, and allies.
Axios is the Greek word for 'worthy.' Meetings are ordinarily held in the LGBT Community Center in the West Village.
Mother Lynn is an Associate Priest at Trinity Church, in Kearny, New-Jersey, a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark. Please visit their web site at http://www.trinitychurchkearny.org/Home.htm
www.gaychurch.org is a web site dedicated to ministering to the gay and lesbian Christian community (GLBT) and to the friends of our community. The site features one of the largest gay Christian bulletin boards and gay "welcoming" Christian church directories in the world. The site includes a large section of articles dedicated to helping a gay person reconcile their faith with their sexual orientation and a web magazine with articles on a wide range of subjects. Articles and features are offered in English as well as Spanish. In addition there is an online art gallery which meditatively focuses on various scriptures in the Bible. Check the site often as new material is added on an almost daily basis.
WelcomingChurches.com is a new resource for churches, church staff, and Christians around the country who believe that the Body of Christ should be known for welcoming everyone just as Christ did. Their web site contains a national directory of LGBT-friendly congregations.
Founded by Father Archimandrite Eusebius A. Stephanou, Th.D., the fellowship exists to restore the gifts found in Charismatic/Pentecostal Renewal to historic Orthodoxy. Their centre is in Miramar Beach, on Florida's Gulf Coast. Visit the web site at www.stsymeon.org.
Inclusive Orthodoxy provides a great number of links as well as resources related to the development and networking of inclusive and affirming congregations.