Serbian Orthodox Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand
|Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand and Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand - New Gracanica Metropolitanate|
|Jurisdiction||Church of Serbia|
|Headquarters||Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia|
|Territory||Australia, New Zealand|
|Liturgical language(s)||Slavonic, Serbian, English|
|Musical tradition||Serbian Chant|
|Population estimate||approx. 30,000|
|Official website||Dioceses of Aust. & NZ|
The Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand, headquartered in Canberra, is the descriptive term of two parallel dioceses in Australia and New Zealand: the Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand, under the Patriarchate of Serbia; and the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand - New Gracanica Metropolitanate. Bishop Milutin is the current bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese, and administers the patriarchal diocese.
The Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand is two parallel dioceses in the one geographical territory of Australia and New Zealand, both under the one bishop. Currently there are 41 parishes in Australia and New Zealand, with two monasteries and two sketes.
The Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand was a founding member of SCCOCA.
- Monastery of Saint Sava "New Kalenic" Canberra, Australia. Bishop's residence.
- Monastery of Saint Sava, Elaine, Victoria. Headed by Archimandrite Fr. Theodore.
- Skit Rodjenje Presvete Bogorodice, Inglewood, South Australia. Headed by Abbess Mother Anastasia
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|Orthodoxy in Australia Timeline |
Orthodoxy in New Zealand Timeline
Gk Orthodox Archd. of ANZ
|GOA Aus - Abp Makarios|
Antiochian - Metr. Basil
ROCOR - Met Hilarion
Serbian - Bp Irinej
Romanian - Bp Michael
GOM NZ - Met Myron
| Episcopal Assembly of Oceania|
| Antiochian Orthodox |
Greek Orthodox (Aus)
O.L. of Kazan
|Proph. Elias |
St John Mtn
St Sava (Elaine)
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- Bishop Milutin of Australia and New Zealand.