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The '''Holy Metropolis of Singapore''', headquartered in Singapore, is an [[eparchy]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]].  The Metropolis was established in January 2008 to encompass Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.
 
The '''Holy Metropolis of Singapore''', headquartered in Singapore, is an [[eparchy]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]].  The Metropolis was established in January 2008 to encompass Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.
  
==History==
 
On [[January 9]], 2008, the [[Holy Synod]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]] decided to divide the western part of the [[Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia]] from the eastern part, thus forming the Holy Metropolis of Singapore which extends further west to encompass South Asia.  At that time, the Synod did not select a bishop for the new metropolis.
 
  
On [[November 3]], 2011, the Holy Synod elected the [[Protosyngellos]] of the Metropolis of Hong Kong, Archimandrite Constantine (Tsilis) as the first Metropolitan of Singapore.<ref>http://romfea.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9735:eklogi-mitropolitpon&catid=13 Romfea.gr "Election of new Metropolitans to the Ecumenical Patriarchate"</ref>
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On January 9, 2008, the Holy Synod of the Church of Constantinople decided to divide the western part of the Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia from the eastern part, thus forming the Holy Metropolis of Singapore which extends further west to encompass South Asia.  At that time, the Synod did not select a bishop for the new metropolis.
  
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On November 3, 2011, the Holy Synod elected the Protosyngellos of the Metropolis of Hong Kong, Archimandrite Constantine (Tsilis) as the first Metropolitan of Singapore.
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The Metropolitanate of Singapore encompasses the nations of Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.
  
The Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia has announced that Fr. Konstantinos Tsilis, chancellor of the Metropolitanate of Kong Kong, has been elected as the first Metropolitan of Singapore and South Asia. The Metropolitanate of Singapore encompasses the nations of Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. Fr. Konstantinos became chancellor under the first Metropolitan of Hong Kong, Met. Nikitas (Lulias), and continued under his brother, the present Metropolitan Nektarios (Tsilis). When Met. Nektarios was elected in 2008, the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate divided the Metropolitanate, creating the new Metropolitanate of Singapore
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Fr. Konstantinos became chancellor under the first Metropolitan of Hong Kong, Met. Nikitas (Lulias), and continued under his brother, the present Metropolitan Nektarios (Tsilis). When Met. Nektarios was elected in 2008, the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate divided the Metropolitanate, creating the new Metropolitanate of Singapore.
  
  
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*Rev Fr Chrysostomos Manalu is the archepiscopal vicar for Indonesia.  
 
*Rev Fr Chrysostomos Manalu is the archepiscopal vicar for Indonesia.  
 
 
Rev. Chrysostomos Manalu is a graduate of the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece (1995). Fr. Chrysostomos has taken many underprivileged children under his care as more and more of the Indonesian people sink into poverty.  He provides them with room and board, food and schooling.  A women medical center, Theological school (St. Paul Theological School) with a boarding house, a Computer School, are also in the works in order to better serve the needs of the area.
 
Rev. Chrysostomos Manalu is a graduate of the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece (1995). Fr. Chrysostomos has taken many underprivileged children under his care as more and more of the Indonesian people sink into poverty.  He provides them with room and board, food and schooling.  A women medical center, Theological school (St. Paul Theological School) with a boarding house, a Computer School, are also in the works in order to better serve the needs of the area.
  

Revision as of 21:48, November 16, 2011

Holy Metropolis of Singapore
Jurisdiction Constantinople
Diocese type Metropolis
Founded 2008
Current bishop Constantine (Tsilis)
See(s) Singapore
Headquarters Singapore
Territory Singapore, India, Indonesia, other nearby countries
Liturgical language(s) English, Greek, other native languages
Musical tradition Byzantine Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Population estimate unknown
Official website unknown


The Holy Metropolis of Singapore, headquartered in Singapore, is an eparchy of the Church of Constantinople. The Metropolis was established in January 2008 to encompass Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.


On January 9, 2008, the Holy Synod of the Church of Constantinople decided to divide the western part of the Orthodox Metropolitanate of Hong Kong and Southeast Asia from the eastern part, thus forming the Holy Metropolis of Singapore which extends further west to encompass South Asia. At that time, the Synod did not select a bishop for the new metropolis.

On November 3, 2011, the Holy Synod elected the Protosyngellos of the Metropolis of Hong Kong, Archimandrite Constantine (Tsilis) as the first Metropolitan of Singapore.

The Metropolitanate of Singapore encompasses the nations of Singapore, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives Islands, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.

Fr. Konstantinos became chancellor under the first Metropolitan of Hong Kong, Met. Nikitas (Lulias), and continued under his brother, the present Metropolitan Nektarios (Tsilis). When Met. Nektarios was elected in 2008, the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate divided the Metropolitanate, creating the new Metropolitanate of Singapore.


  • Archimandrite Daniel Toyne is the sole priest in Singapore.
  • Rev Fr Chrysostomos Manalu is the archepiscopal vicar for Indonesia.

Rev. Chrysostomos Manalu is a graduate of the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece (1995). Fr. Chrysostomos has taken many underprivileged children under his care as more and more of the Indonesian people sink into poverty. He provides them with room and board, food and schooling. A women medical center, Theological school (St. Paul Theological School) with a boarding house, a Computer School, are also in the works in order to better serve the needs of the area.

Orthodox parish in Medan: St. Demetrios Orthodox church, Jl. Kapiten Purba, Simalingkar, Medan , Indonesia. Tel: 62-61-8368747

Orthodox Monastery "Theotokos": Aghia Sophia Educational Center, Tanjung Anom, Kabupaten Deli Serdang, North Sumatera, Indonesia.

Former metropolitans

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External links

Metropolis of Singapore

http://orthodoxchurch.sg/Welcome.html

Exarchate of Indonesia

Exarchate of India

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