Wednesday, January 4, 2012

One Orthodox Church for Every Country- Vanuatu to Vietnam

These are all churches that currently hold Orthodox services. If I can't find evidence of a church that holds regular services (house churches count), then the country does not have an Orthodox Church listed. I have included Oriental Orthodox Churches. If you know of a country with an Orthodox Church that I have missed or overlooked, please let me know.


 There is not an Orthodox Church on the islands, but here it says that the Orthodox are going to build a chapel for further services. 
Please pray for the Orthodox in Vanuatu!

 Church of the Sign of the Mother of God, Valencia

Russian Orthodox Parish of Our Lady of Kazan, Vung Tau


  1. How can I find Our Lady of Kazan church's website and schedule of divine liturgies? I currently live in Ho Chi Minh and would love to attend a liturgy there.
    Would appreciate your advice!


  2. I have been looking and looking for you, and you know, it is REALLY hard to find anything out. There is no website for the church that I can find (maybe there is one in Russian or Vietnamese?) and I can't even find the general address of the Russian Village in Vung Tau, as it has very high security. I'll continue looking for you, but I'm sorry I can't be of more help.

    - Alethia

  3. Oh no worries! Thank you so much for your time! Yeah, I've been surfing internet and there's NOTHING... If only I could find any web-site or phone number of a Russian center/village/community in Vung Tau... It's pretty crazy just to show up there considering that it's quite far from HCMC and I work on weekdays and volonteer on weekends.

    Anyway, thanks once again!

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    1. Hey Nick I looked everywhere and couldn't find the address for the church in Vung Tao.
      With all of the Russian communities in Vietnam, you would think that someone would be able to petition the MP to have more priests. How would one go about doing such a thing? -Harry. Unofficial Church babysitter.