Our Orthodox Christian Metropolia stands firm in its adherence to the Holy Tradition of the Orthodox Church of Church, teaching and preaching the Holy Gospel of Our God and Lord Jesus Christ, following in the teachings and traditions of the Holy Apostles, Fathers, and Ecumenical Councils. Therefore, we resist and anathematize the Ecumenical and Modernist heresies, since they compromise the mission of the Orthodox Christian Faith.

Our Sacred Mission is to preserve unadulterated the Sacred Tradition of the Holy Fathers of the Orthodox Church; to continue the mission of the One, Holy Apostolic Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ to the nations to whom our service has been entrusted; to endeavor at every hour to spread the message of salvation granted to the Holy Apostles as Our Lord commands, to do, as the Canticle in the Gospel states: “to be a light to the revelation of the Gentiles, and the glory of Thy people Israel” (Lk. 2:32).

For a much clearer exposition of our Church’s position on the critical issues affecting Orthodoxy today, please read the Clergy Confession approved by our Metropolitan.

November 28, 2023

Statement Concerning Unapproved Liturgical Usages

It has come to our attention that a text known as “The Book of the Parochial Use”, printed in Scotland, is being put forth as in […]
March 10, 2020

Continuing Construction of Christ the Saviour Church in Mindanao, Philippines

Finally constructing the roof for Christ the Saviour Orthodox Church in Purok 1, New Bankerohan, Banate, Malungon, Sarangani Province, Mindanao Philippines. The faithful are currently attending […]
January 13, 2020

Ordination of Fr. Felix Marlow to the Priesthood

It is with great joy that the Diocese of the British Isles has a new priest. Fr Felix was Ordained on the Forth Sunday of Advent […]
October 7, 2019

Consecration of Bishop Enoch of Apshawa

On Tuesday, September 18th (OS) / October 1st (NS), Hieromonk Enoch was consecrated Vicar-Bishop of Apshawa by His Beatitude, Metropolitan John, His Eminence, Archbishop Gavrilo, His […]
October 7, 2019

Consecration of Bishop James of Whithorn, Dumfries, and the Marches

On Monday, September 17th (OS) / 30th (NS), the Abbot James of the Abbey of Sts. Alban and Aethelwold [Botel Abbey] was consecrated Vicar-Bishop of Whithorn, […]