Eastern, Greek, Russian, Ukrainian
American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA
This website from Johnstown PA includes an introduction to Orthodox Christianity.
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America: Antiochian Village
Antiochian Village is a new museum (opened 6/17/2004) and retreat center located on Route 711 six miles north of Ligonier in the Laurel Highlands (Westmoreland County).
Archdiocese of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania, Orthodox Church in America
Part of the Orthodox Church in American.
Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh
5201 Ellsworth Avenue, Pittsburgh
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, Pittsburgh Deanery
The Pittsburgh Deanery of the UOC of USA consists of the thirteen parishes of Southwestern Pennsylvania and and is part of the Central Eparchy.
Dormition of the Blessed Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox Church
Holy Assumption of St. Mary Orthodox Church
Located on the South Side of Pittsburgh, founded in 1917 as SS. Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church.
Holy Ghost Church
Ambridge, PA. A member of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA)
Holy Resurrection Church
St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
1600 Guyton Rd, Allison Park PA 15101
Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral
St. Nicholas Cathedral, 419 S. Dithridge St., Oakland (between Fifth and Forbes Ave. near the Carnegie Museums). Each May they hold a Greek Food Festival.
Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church
McKees Rocks, PA. A parish of the Orthodox Church in America
The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese Of North America
The Antiochian Church served Syria and Lebanon and this Archdiocese was created to serve the Arabic-speaking orthodox Christians who had emigrated to America. They have a museum in Antiochian Village north of Ligonier.
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of American
Includes information about the Orthodox Faith
Orthodox Church in America
This site contains information about Orthodox Christianity and its churches.
Parishes in Pennsylvania
Extremely interesting architecture here.
- Parishes in Pennsylvania
Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch Archdiocese of the Eastern United States
The presence of Syrian Orthodox faithful in America dates back to the late Nineteenth Century, when religious persecution forced immigration from Ottoman Turkey to the United States and Canada.
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA had its beginning in 1915 when several already existing parishes and clergy of other Orthodox and Catholic dioceses decided that the Ukrainian population of the USA had reached the level that this distinctive ethnic identity should have its own jurisdiction.
The Ecumenical Patriarchate
In Greek and English. The website for the Archbishop of Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey)
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and all Africa
An autocephalous Orthodox Church ministering to the spiritual needs of all Orthodox Christians throughout Africa, located in Alexandria, Egypt. The Patriarchal Throne, established by the disciple of Christ, Evangelist Markos in the year 40, represents one of the oldest established Churches in the Christian world.