List of churches in Aleppo

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List of active churches and cathedrals in the Syrian city of Aleppo.[1]

Active Churches[edit]

Religious congregation Name Consecration year
Armenian Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of the Forty Martyrs 1429
Armenian Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Surp Krikor Lusavorich Church (Saint Gregory the Illuminator Church) 1933
Armenian Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Surp Kevork Church (Saint George Church) 1937
Armenian Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Surp Hagop Church (Saint Jacob of Nisibis Church) 1943
Armenian Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of the Holy Mother of God 1983
Armenian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of Our Mother of Reliefs 1840
Armenian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo The Holy Saviour - Saint Barbara Church 1937
Armenian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Our Lady of Annunciation 1942
Armenian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Holy Trinity Church 1965
Armenian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of the Holy Cross 1993
Armenian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Emmanuel Church 1922
Armenian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Bethel Church 1923
Armenian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Martyrs' Church 1931
Armenian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Church of Christ
Affiliated with the Armenian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Syrian Evangelical Church
Syrian Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of Saint Ephrem the Syrian 1926
Syrian Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint George the Martyr's Church 1935
Syrian Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Our Lady of Syrians 1994
Syrian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Mar Assia Al-Hakim Church 1500
Syrian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Saint Ephrem the Syrian 1960
Syrian Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption 1970
Greek Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of the Dormition of Our Lady 15th century
Greek Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint George Church
Greek Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Saints Peter and Paul
Greek Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of Elias the Prophet 2000
Greek Orthodox Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Joseph Church 2002
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Cathedral of Virgin Mary 1843
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Matilda Church 1964
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Theresa[disambiguation needed] Church 1995
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Saint Michael the Archangel
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Our Lady of Joy
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint George Church
Melkite Greek Catholic Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Demetrius Church
Chaldean Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Joseph Cathedral
Maronite Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Elias Cathedral 1873
Maronite Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Our Lady of Montligeon 1909
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of San Bonaventura 1910
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Francis of Assisi Cathedral 1937
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of the Missionaries of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Saint Anthony of Padua Church
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary
Latin Prelacy, Diocese of Aleppo Church of Our Lady of Annunciation
Arabic Presbyterian Evangelical Church of Aleppo Arab National Evangelical Church 1848
Christian Evangelical Alliance Churches of Syria (Centre in Damascus) Church of Jesus Light for All Nations (Nour El-Alam) 1985
Arabic Baptist Evangelical Church of Aleppo Baptist Evangelical Church

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