Slavic Orthodox Church or Slavonic Orthodox Church is an umbrella term for East Orthodox churches that use Church Slavonic or another Slavic language in liturgy, the latter being of Byzantine Rite. All but the Bulgarian and Polish churches use exclusively the Julian calendar and all use it for the calculation of the dates of Easter.
Autocephalous Slavic Orthodox churches
- Russian Orthodox Church
- Serbian Orthodox Church
- Bulgarian Orthodox Church
- Polish Orthodox Church
- Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church
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