European Macedonian Orthodox Diocese

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Diocese of Europe

Европска Епархија
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St. Naum church in Malmö
Location
TerritorySweden
Germany
Italy
Slovenia
Austria
Croatia
Switzerland
France
HeadquartersMalmö, Sweden
Information
DenominationEastern Orthodox
Sui iuris churchMOC-OA
Established4 December 1994
LanguageChurch Slavonic
Macedonian
Current leadership
BishopMetropolitan Pimen
Website
mpee.mk

Diocese of Europe is a diocese of the Macedonian Orthodox Church in Western Europe. It is headed by Metropolitan Pimen of Europe from 06.4.2006.

The diocese today has 35 church communities across western European countries, of which 13 are in Germany. In its period of existence the diocese has built 4 new churches in Malmö, Triengen, Berlin and Mainz. Another one is being built in Zagreb.[1] In London, the church worships in the chapel of the House of St Barnabas in Soho.

List of Orthodox Churches[edit]

  • St. Naum of Ohrid church in Malmö
  • St. Nikola church in Mainz[2]
  • St. Naum of Ohrid church in Triengen[3]
  • St. Kliment of Ohrid church in Berlin[4]
  • St. Zlata of Meglen church in Zagreb (building)

References[edit]