Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryev

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The '''Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy''' is a [[diocese]] of the [[Russian Orthodox Church]] with [[jurisdiction]] over the provinces of Aktobe, Atyrau, Kostanai, Mangistau, and West Kazakhstan in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In July 2010, the [[Holy Synod]] of the Russian Orthodox Church established the [[Metropolia of Kazakhstan|Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan]] as a [[metropolia]], with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy becoming one of its constituent eparchies.
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The '''Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryev''' is a [[diocese]] of the [[Russian Orthodox Church]] with [[jurisdiction]] over the provinces of Aktobe, Atyrau, Kostanai, Mangistau, and West Kazakhstan in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
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In July 2010, the [[Holy Synod]] of the Russian Orthodox Church established the [[Metropolia of Kazakhstan|Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan]] as a [[metropolia]], with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryev becoming one of its constituent eparchies.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
In 1871, the Russian Orthodox Church in Turkestan was organized as a [[diocese]] with its seat in Verne (now called Almaty). Forty-five years later a separate vicariate was created for the Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan with its seat in Verne, whilst in June 1945 the Diocese of Alma-Ata (Almaty) and Kazakhstan was established. As the Soviet Union collapsed this diocese was reorganized into three dioceses, with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy being established by the Holy Synod on [[January 30]], 1991.
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In 1871, the Russian Orthodox Church in Turkestan was organized as a [[diocese]] with its seat in Verny (now called Almaty). Forty-five years later a separate vicariate was created for the Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan with its seat in Verny, whilst in June 1945 the Diocese of Alma-Ata (Almaty) and Kazakhstan was established. As the Soviet Union collapsed this diocese was reorganized into three dioceses, with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy being established by the Holy Synod on [[January 30]], 1991.
  
 
==Eparchy today==
 
==Eparchy today==
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==Hierarch==
 
==Hierarch==
*Archbishop [[Anthony (Moskalenko) of Uralsk and Guryevskiy|Antoniy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy]] (1991-present)
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* Archbishop [[Anthony (Moskalenko) of Uralsk|Anthony (Moskalenko)]] (1991-present)
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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[[Category: Moscow Patriarchate Dioceses|Uralsk]]
 
[[Category: Orthodoxy in Kazakhstan]]
 
[[Category: Orthodoxy in Kazakhstan]]

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The Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryev is a diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church with jurisdiction over the provinces of Aktobe, Atyrau, Kostanai, Mangistau, and West Kazakhstan in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In July 2010, the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church established the Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan as a metropolia, with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryev becoming one of its constituent eparchies.

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History

In 1871, the Russian Orthodox Church in Turkestan was organized as a diocese with its seat in Verny (now called Almaty). Forty-five years later a separate vicariate was created for the Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan with its seat in Verny, whilst in June 1945 the Diocese of Alma-Ata (Almaty) and Kazakhstan was established. As the Soviet Union collapsed this diocese was reorganized into three dioceses, with the Eparchy of Uralsk and Guryevskiy being established by the Holy Synod on January 30, 1991.

Eparchy today

The Eparchy today includes 20 parishes and one monastery. Its seat is located at the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel in Uralsk.

Hierarch

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