In 1988, after denouncing the heresy involved with the religious movement, many of its members and hierarchy joined a non-canonical group of the Orthodox Church under the name '''Christ the Saviour Brotherhood''' (or CSB). In 2000, members of CSB joined canonical jurisdictions of the Orthodox Church.
'''[http://www.raphaelhouse.org/about/history.shtml Raphael House]''', a property previously belonging to HOOM was originally an integrated charitable activity of CSB, but was incorporated as its own California [http://www.oca.org/RHArticle.asp?SID=15&ArticleID=109 nonprofit organization] in 1991. [http://www.oca.org/DOorg.asp?SID=5&LID=36 It is under] the [[OCA]] jurisdiction.
A thorough Orthodox explanation of the [http:/ /groups.yahoo.com/group/Orthodoxia/message/1914 journey of the Holy Order of MANS and Christ the Saviour Brotherhood] can be read in [http://www. conciliarpress.com / again/ Again], Vol. 23, No. 1, January-March 2001, pp. 23-26
Some of the existing congregations that include former members/clergy of HOOM/CSB include:
[http://www.stherman.net/ St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church] (ROCOR) in Grand Rapids, MI. [http://web.archive.org/web/20010407232942/http://www.stherman.net/ctsb.html CSB].
*[http://www.saintjohnwonderworker.org/ St. John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker Orthodox Church] (OCA) in Atlanta, GA
Several [http://www. gnosticorderofchrist.org/ about/lineage. htm religious cults] still exist today because of the influence of HOOM. In fact, in some ways, [http:// www. holyorderofmans. org/ HOOM still exists] to this day.