Orthodox Cleveland
Greater Cleveland Council of Orthodox Clergy
Orthodox Christianity in Greater Cleveland, Ohio

The twenty nine Orthodox Christian parishes and two monasteries of the Cleveland and Lorain, Ohio, area welcome you. The Orthodox Church, which was established at Pentecost, proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, sanctifies its adherents through sacraments and serves humanity through many charitable endeavors.

Everyone is welcome to visit an Orthodox Church; however sacraments are reserved to practicing Orthodox Christians. The information provided in this web site is presented to aid the public in locating a church, attending its services, and learning the doctrine that it proclaims.

Map of Orthodox Churches in Cleveland area 

Dates to Remember

December 10 - 4pm -- The Greater Cleveland Council of Orthodox Clergy invites you to The 25th Annual Pan-Orthodox Nativity Concert at Holy Trinity in Parma (6822 Broadview Rd) - flyers

December 19 - 9am -- GCCOC & St. Herman House - FOCUS Cleveland Pre-communion Prayers and Prayers of the Hours, followed by 9:30am Divine Liturgy at the Chapel at St. Herman House (4410 Franklin Blvd), followed by a light brunch and coffee. - flyer

January 26 & 27 - 7pm & 10am -- Taming the Passions: Timeless Wisdom in Being Orthodox on Purpose with presenter Fr. Barnabas Powell. - flyer

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