Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Switzerland

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The '''Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Switzerland''', headquartered in Chambésy (near Geneva), Switzerland, is a [[diocese]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]]. Its current [[primate]] is His Eminence xx, [[Metropolitan]] of Switzerland.
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The '''Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Switzerland''', headquartered in Chambésy (near Geneva), Switzerland, is a [[diocese]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]]. Its current [[primate]] is His Eminence Jérémie (Calligiorgis), [[Metropolitan]] of Switzerland.
 
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== The Episcopacy ==
 
== The Episcopacy ==
 
=== Current Episcopacy ===
 
=== Current Episcopacy ===
* Metropolitan xx of Switzerland.
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* Metropolitan Jérémie (Calligiorgis) of Switzerland.
 
=== Primates in Switzerland ===
 
=== Primates in Switzerland ===
  

Revision as of 03:13, February 24, 2007

The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Switzerland, headquartered in Chambésy (near Geneva), Switzerland, is a diocese of the Church of Constantinople. Its current primate is His Eminence Jérémie (Calligiorgis), Metropolitan of Switzerland.

Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Switzerland
Jurisdiction Constantinople
Diocese type Metropolis
Founded 1982
Current bishop Jérémie (Calligiorgis)
See(s) Chambésy
Headquarters Chambésy, Switzerland
Territory Switzerland, Liechtenstein
Liturgical language(s) Greek, French, German, Italian
Musical tradition Byzantine Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Population estimate unknown
Official website Metropolis of Switzerland


Contents

History

  • 11 October 1982

Organization

The Episcopacy

Current Episcopacy

  • Metropolitan Jérémie (Calligiorgis) of Switzerland.

Primates in Switzerland

External links


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