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The '''Metropolis of Glyfada''' (Gr:Γλυφάδα) is under the jurisdiction of the [[Church of Greece]] and is a new Metropolis divided into five areas with a total of 19 parishes.
 
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The '''Metropolis of Glyfada''' (Gr:Γλυφάδα) is under the jurisdiction of the [[Church of Greece]].
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==Metropolitan==
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His Eminence Metropolitan '''Paul of Glyfadas''' (b. 1943, Syros) was elected the first [[metropolitan]] of Glyfada on [[October 11]] 2002 and enthroned [[december 1]] 2002.
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==Parishes==
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#Nine parishes in ''Glyfada''
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#Two parishes in ''Ellinikou''
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#Three parishes in ''Boulas''
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#One parish in ''Bouliagmenis''
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#Four parishes in ''Varis''
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==Monasteries==
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#The Holy Cenobitic Monastery of the Holy Trinity and St. Nektarios, ''Glyfadas'' (male)
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.imglyfadas.gr/main.asp The Holy Metropolis of Glyfada official website] (in Greek)
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Revision as of 01:42, March 7, 2008

The Metropolis of Glyfada (Gr:Γλυφάδα) is under the jurisdiction of the Church of Greece and is a new Metropolis divided into five areas with a total of 19 parishes.


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Metropolitan

His Eminence Metropolitan Paul of Glyfadas (b. 1943, Syros) was elected the first metropolitan of Glyfada on October 11 2002 and enthroned december 1 2002.

Parishes

  1. Nine parishes in Glyfada
  2. Two parishes in Ellinikou
  3. Three parishes in Boulas
  4. One parish in Bouliagmenis
  5. Four parishes in Varis

Monasteries

  1. The Holy Cenobitic Monastery of the Holy Trinity and St. Nektarios, Glyfadas (male)

External Links