Church of Estonia (Moscow Patriarchate)
|Estonian Orthodox Church|
|Current bishop||Cornelius (Yacobs)|
|Liturgical language(s)||Church Slavonic, Estonian|
|Musical tradition||Russian Chant|
|Official website||Estonian Orthodox Church|
The Orthodox Church of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti Őigeusu Kirik, Russian: Эстонская Православная Церковь) is a semi-autonomous of the Russian Orthodox Church with jurisdiction in Estonia. Its current primate is Cornelius (Yacobs), with the title of Metropolitan of Tallinn and all Estonia.
The Estonian Orthodox Church should not be confused with the Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church, an autonomous part of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Estonia. The Russian Orthodox Church does not recognize the autonomy of the Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church, and its establishment in 1996 led to rupture of communion between the Moscow and Constantinople Patriarchates.