The following news articles are collected from the following websites:

 

http://www.greekorthodox.org.au/ Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

http://www.rocor.org.au/ - Australian and New Zealand Diocese of ROCOR (Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia)

http://www.soc.org.au/en/news - Serbian Orthodox Church of Australia and New Zealand

 

Other news can be found on following links:

http://www.antiochianarch.org.au/News.aspx Antiochian Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand

 

News – Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

The resource for the Greek Orthodox in Australia

English – Australian and New Zealand Diocese (ROCOR)

Official website of the Australian and New Zealand Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia

Serbian Orthodox Church Australia and New Zealand - NEWS

Serbian Orthodox Church Australia and New Zealand - Official Website
  • The Serbian Orthodox parish of Saint Naum of Ohrid celebrates its fiftieth anniversary
    On Saturday 7th July, the feast-day of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist, the Saint Naum of Ohrid Serbian Orthodox parish in Broadmeadow (Newcastle) celebrated both its patronal feast-day (or “slava”) – Saint Naum is commemorated on 3rd July – and the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the parish.
  • ST MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL ORTHODOX CHURCH - HOMEBUSH
    Last night our parish joyously received His Grace Bishop Siluan for Lenten Vespers served by Fr Miodrag and attended by local clergy. The service was followed with a talk given by Fr Rade on the theme of judgement.
  • Inter-Orthodox Vespers of Orthodoxy 25.02.2018
    On Sunday, 25th February 2018, 7 pm, at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St. Nicholas Marrickville, His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos, Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, presided at the Inter-Orthodox Vespers of Orthodoxy, assisted by His Grace Bishop  Siluan (Serbian Orthodox Church), His Grace Bishop Seraphim of Apollonia, Priests of other Orthodox jurisdictions and wi...
  • Forgiveness Sunday
    This gospel is read on the Sunday before the Great Lent, called Cheese Fare Sunday or Forgiveness Sunday and it is the last of the preparatory Sundays. Also, this Sunday is called the Sunday of the Lost Paradise since we remember the expulsion of Adam and Eve from it. Because of their disobedience, Adam and Eve were cast out of Eden. That is the direct consequence of committed sin, that being the ...
  • Meatfare
    This Gospel is read on the second Sunday before the Great Lent, also called Meat Fare Sunday or Sunday of the Last Judgement. That is the Sunday when we stop eating meat, and remind ourselves that God who immensly loves people has also to come as the Judge. During His first arrival He came as a servant. His second arrival is going to be completely different. This time He is arriving in His glory, ...