List of Coptic Orthodox Churches in Australia

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==Diocese of Melbourne, West and South Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania==  
 
==Diocese of Melbourne, West and South Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania==  
The Hierarch of this diocese is His Grace Suriel, Bishop of the Holy Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania.  
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The Hierarch of this [[diocese]] is His Grace Suriel, [[Bishop]] of the Holy Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania.  
The following is a list of the churches under the Diocese and the priests that serve in each church:<ref>[[http://www.melbcopts.org.au]] Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Melbourne</ref>
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The following is a list of the [[church]]es under the Diocese and the [[priest]]s that serve in each church:<ref>[[http://www.melbcopts.org.au]] Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Melbourne</ref>
  
 
===Victoria===
 
===Victoria===
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==Monastery of St Anthony, Heathcote, Victoria==
 
==Monastery of St Anthony, Heathcote, Victoria==
The Monastery is situated on 150 acre of land. It is the first Coptic Monastery to be established in Australia. The monastery is currently under the direct jurisdiction of His Grace Bishop Suriel, Bishop of the Diocese of Melbourne & Affiliated regions. The Abbot of the monastery is the Bishop of the Diocese. There are a total of 4 monks who live and worship in the monastery:
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The [[Monastery]] is situated on 150 acre of land. It is the first Coptic Monastery to be established in Australia. The monastery is currently under the direct [[jurisdiction]] of His Grace Bishop Suriel, Bishop of the Diocese of Melbourne & Affiliated regions. The [[Abbot]] of the monastery is the Bishop of the Diocese. There are a total of 4 [[monk]]s who live and worship in the monastery:
 
*Fr Titus El-Baramousy
 
*Fr Titus El-Baramousy
 
*Fr Matta El-Baramousy
 
*Fr Matta El-Baramousy
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*'''St. Mary; Seoul'''
 
*'''St. Mary; Seoul'''
  
==Monastery of St Shenouda the Archmandrite, Putty, New South Wales==
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==Monastery of St. Shenouda the Archmandrite, Putty, New South Wales==
The monastery is situated on a land of approximately 110 acre. It is currently under the direct supervision of His Holiness Pope Shenouda III. The current Abbot of the monastery is Fr. Daniel El-Antony.
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The monastery is situated on a land of approximately 110 acre. It is currently under the direct supervision of His Holiness Pope [[Shenouda III (Gayyid) of Alexandria|Shenouda III]]. The current Abbot of the monastery is Fr. Daniel El-Antony.
 
There are a total of 5 monks who live and worship in the monastery:
 
There are a total of 5 monks who live and worship in the monastery:
 
*Fr Daniel El-Antony (Abbot)
 
*Fr Daniel El-Antony (Abbot)

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Diocese of Melbourne, West and South Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania

The Hierarch of this diocese is His Grace Suriel, Bishop of the Holy Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia, New Zealand and All Oceania. The following is a list of the churches under the Diocese and the priests that serve in each church:[1]

Victoria

Australian Capital Territory

South Australia

Western Australia

Tasmania

  • St. Demiana & St. Abraam; Newstead
    • Fr Yowakim El-Baramousy

New Zealand

  • St. Mark; Auckland
    • Fr Bishoy Mikhael
  • St. Mary & St Athanasius; Christchurch
    • Fr Sourial Youssef
  • Archangel Michael; Dunedin
    • Fr Filimon El-Baramousy
  • St Mary & St Mina; Wellington
    • Fr Hedra El-Baramousy

Fiji

  • St. Mark; Suva
    • Fr Antony Lemuelu
  • St. Mary; Tavenui
  • St. Antony & St. Athanasius; Pacific Harbour

Pakistan

  • St. Mark; Islamabad
    • Fr Bishoy Safranaz
    • Fr Anthony David John

Monastery of St Anthony, Heathcote, Victoria

The Monastery is situated on 150 acre of land. It is the first Coptic Monastery to be established in Australia. The monastery is currently under the direct jurisdiction of His Grace Bishop Suriel, Bishop of the Diocese of Melbourne & Affiliated regions. The Abbot of the monastery is the Bishop of the Diocese. There are a total of 4 monks who live and worship in the monastery:

  • Fr Titus El-Baramousy
  • Fr Matta El-Baramousy
  • Fr Dawood El-Baramousy
  • Fr Maximos El-Baramousy

Diocese of Sydney, New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory and all East Asia

Whose Hierarch is His Grace Daniel, Bishop of the Holy Diocese of Sydney, New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and all East Asia.The following is a list of the churches under the Diocese and the priests serving in each church:

New South Wales

Queensland

Northern Territory

  • St. Mary, St Moses the Mighty & St Takla Haimanot; Darwin

East Asia

Japan

  • St. George; Kagoshima
    • Fr Thomas Kanazaki

Thailand

  • St. Mark & St. George; Bangkok
  • St. James the Apostle Orphanage; Sangkhlaburi

Singapore

  • St. Mark; Singapore

Hong Kong

China

  • St. Mary & Archangel Michael; Guangzhou

Malaysia

  • St. Mary & St. Mark; Malacca
    • Fr Joseph Sim

South Korea

  • St. Mary; Seoul

Monastery of St. Shenouda the Archmandrite, Putty, New South Wales

The monastery is situated on a land of approximately 110 acre. It is currently under the direct supervision of His Holiness Pope Shenouda III. The current Abbot of the monastery is Fr. Daniel El-Antony. There are a total of 5 monks who live and worship in the monastery:

  • Fr Daniel El-Antony (Abbot)
  • Fr Wissa El-Anba Bishoy
  • Mk Shenouda El-Anba Bishoy
  • Mk Theodore El-Anba Bishoy
  • Mk Antony St Shenouti

External links

References

  1. [[1]] Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Melbourne
  • The Coptic Orthodox Church of Australia 1969-1995, by Fr Matthew Attia, formally Mr Maged Attia
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