Indonesia Orthodox Church

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Indonesia Orthodox Church
Indonesian: Gereja Ortodoks Indonesia
The Indonesian Orthodox followers doing a prayer.
TypeEastern Orthodox
ClassificationIndependent Eastern Orthodox
Mitra-Arkimandrit FatherDaniel Bambang Dwi Byantoro
FounderDaniel Bambang Dwi Byantoro
Java, Indonesia
Recognitionby one Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia's dicoese as canonical
Members2,000 (2009)[1]

Indonesia Orthodox Church (Indonesian: Gereja Ortodoks Indonesia, simply GOI) is an Eastern Orthodox Christian denomination in Indonesia from Russian Orthodox Church denomination[citation needed]. It has approx. 2,000 members and includes 13 parishes that spread in Java, Bali, Sumatra, Celebes, Timor and Papua. Currently[timeframe?], it was headed by Mitra-Arkimandrit Father Daniel, who was canonized under Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia and New Zealand from Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR).[1]


  1. ^ a b Profil Gereja Ortodoks Indonesia di Russkiy Mir Foundation (ditulis oleh Nikolai Tolmachev).

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