List of parishes in the North Island (NZ)
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- Antiochian Orthodox Mission of St George. Rector: Rev. Fr. George Bosauder. Language: Arabic and English.
- Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity. Rector: Fr Jacob Cohen. Language: Greek.
- Russian Orthodox Church of the Resurrection of Christ. Rector: Priest Vladimir Boikov. Language: Russian.
- Serbian Orthodox Church of St King Milutin. Rector: Rev. Fr. Sasha Radoicic. Language: Serbian.
- Greek Orthodox Church Transfiguration of our Lord. Rector: served irregularly by Metropolis clergy. Language: Greek
- Greek Orthodox Church of St John the Baptist. Rector: served irregularly by Wellington clergy. Language: Greek.
- Russian Orthodox Community of St Michael the Archangel. Rector: Hieromonk Ambrose. Language: English/Russian.
- Antiochian Orthodox Mission in Wellington. Rector: Rev. Fr. (Dr) Ian J Nield. Language: English, Arabic (others as needed).
- Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation. Rector: Rev. Fr. George Serras. Language: Greek.
- Greek Orthodox Church of St Andrew the First-Called. Rector: Fr Theologian. Language: Greek.
- Greek Orthodox Church of St Nektarios. Rector: served irregularly by Wellington clergy. Language: Greek.
- Romanian Orthodox Church of St Mary. Rector: Rev. Fr. Marian Dinca. Language: Romanian.
- Russian Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour. Liturgy twice monthy. Hieromonk Ambrose and Priest Vladimir Boikov. Language: Russian.
- Serbian Orthodox Church of St Sava. Rector: Hieromonk Lazar Caran. Liturgies served twice-monthly. Language: Serbian.