List of Eparchies of The Serbian Orthodox Church

List Of Eparchies Of The Serbian Orthodox Church

This is the list of Metropolitanates, Archeparchies (Archdioceses) and Eparchies (Dioceses) of the Serbian Orthodox Church.

Metropolitanate See Territory Cathedral Founded Metropolitan Link
Belgrade and Karlovci Belgrade Belgrade St. Michael's Cathedral, Belgrade 1931 Irinej (Gavrilović)
Dabar and Bosnia Sarajevo Central Bosnia Nativity of the Theotokos Cathedral, Sarajevo 1220 Nikolaj (Mrđa)
Montenegro and the Littoral Cetinje Monastery, Cetinje Central Montenegro and Montenegrin Littoral Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, Podgorica 1219 Amfilohije (Radović)
Zagreb and Ljubljana Zagreb Northern Croatia and Slovenia Cathedral of Holy Transfiguration, Zagreb 1931 Jovan (Pavlović)
Australia and New Zealand Sydney, NSW St Lazarus Cathedral, Alexandria 1973 Irinej (Dobrijević)
Eparchy See Territory Cathedral Founded Bishop Link
Austria and Switzerland Vienna Austria, Switzerland and Italy 2011 vacant, administrated by the Bishop of Bačka
Bačka Novi Sad Bačka Saint George's Cathedral, Novi Sad Irinej (Bulović)
Banat Vršac Serbian Banat Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, Vršac 1932 Nikanor (Bogunović)
Banja Luka Banja Luka Eastern Bosanska Krajina Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Banja Luka 1900 Jefrem (Milutonović)
Bihać and Petrovac Bosanski Petrovac Western Bosanska Krajina Cathedral of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Bosanski Petrovac 1925 (Diocese of Bihać); 1990 (reestablished) Chrysostom (Jević)
Braničevo Požarevac Braničevo Cathedral of Saint Archangels Michael and Gabriel, Požarevac before 1018, reestablished in 1921 Ignjatije (Midić)
Britain and Scandinavia Stockholm United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Malta Church of St Sava, Stockholm 1990 Dositey (Motika)
Buda Sentandreja Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia Virgin's Cathedral ("Belgrade Cathedral"), Sentandreja 1740s Lukijan (Pantelić)
Budimlje and Nikšić Đurđevi stupovi, Berane Northern Montenegro Cathedral of St Basil of Ostrog, Nikšić 1219, reestablished in 2001 Joanikije (Mićović)
Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Central and South America 2011 vacant, administrated by the Metropolitan of Montenegro and the Littoral
Canada Campbellville, Ontario Canada Holy Transfiguration Serbian Orthodox Monastery, Campbellville, Ontario 1983 Georgije (Đokić)
Central Europe Hildesheim-Himmelsthür Germany Himmelsthür monastery 1990 Constantine (Đokić)
Dalmatia Šibenik Northern Dalmatia Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, Šibenik 1809 Fotije (Sladojević)
Eastern America Mars, Pennsylvania District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, Pittsburgh 1963 (Diocese of Eastern America and Canada) Mitrophan (Kodić)
Kruševac Kruševac Cathedral of the Nativity of Theotokos in Kruševac 2010 David (Perović)
Mileševa Mileševa Northern Raška and Sandžak Mileševa monastery 1992 Filaret (Mićević)
New Gračanica and Midwestern America Third Lake, Illinois Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin New Gračanica Monastery 2009 Longin (Krčo)
Niš Niš Southeastern Serbia Holy Trinity Cathedral, Niš Jovan (Purić)
Osečko polje and Baranja Dalj Croatian Baranja Cathedral of St. Demetrios in Dalj 1991 Lukijan (Vladulov)
Ras and Prizren Prizren Kosovo i Metohija and Eastern Raška St George's Cathedral, Prizren Teodosije (Šibalić)
Šabac Šabac Mačva Cathedral of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, Šabac 1835 Lavrentije (Trifunović)
Slavonia Pakrac Slavonia Cathedral of Holy Trinity, Pakrac Sava (Jurić)
Srem Sremski Karlovci Syrmia St. Demetrius Cathedral, Sremski Karlovci 1500 Vasilije (Vadić)
Šumadija Kragujevac Šumadija Cathedral of Holy Assumption, Kragujevac 1947 Jovan (Mladenović)
Timişoara Timişoara Romania Cathedral of the Ascension, Timişoara vacant since 1932, administrated by Bishop of Buda
Timok Zaječar Timočka Krajina Cathedral of the Nativity of Theotokos, Zaječar 1830s Justin (Stefanović)
Upper Karlovac Karlovac Banija, Kordun, Lika, Krbava, Gorski Kotar and Istria Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, Karlovac 1695 Gerasim (Popović)
Valjevo Valjevo Kolubara Cathedral of Resurrection, Valjevo 2006 (reestablished) Milutin (Knežević)
Vranje Vranje Southern Serbia Cathedral of Three Hierarchs, Vranje 1975 Pahomije (Gačić)
Western America Alhambra, California Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington St. Steven's Cathedral, Alhambra 1963 Maxim (Vasiljević)
Western Europe Paris France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Spain Church of St Sava, Paris 1994 Luka (Kovačević)
Zahumlje and Herzegovina Mostar Herzegovina and Southern Dalmatia Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Mostar 1219 Grigorije (Durić)
Žiča Žiča Monastery near Kraljevo Western Serbia Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Kraljevo Hrizostom (Stolić)
Zvornik and Tuzla Tuzla (temporarly relocated to Bijeljina) Northeast Bosnia Cathedral of the Serbian New-martyrs, Zvornik vacant
Autonomous Ohrid Archbishopric
Metropolitanate See Territory Cathedral Founded Metropolitan Link
Skopje Bitola Skopje 2005 Jovan VI (Vraniševski)
Diocese See Country Cathedral Founded Bishop Link
Bregalnica Štip Eastern Republic of Macedonia 2005 Marko (Kimev)
Debar and Kičevo Western Republic of Macedonia 2005 vacant, administrated by Bishop of Polog and Kumanovo
Polog and Kumanovo Kumanovo Northern Republic of Macedonia 2005 Joakim (Jovčeski)
Prespa and Pelagonija Bitola Prespa and Pelagonija 1931 (Diocese of Ohrid and Bitola), 2005 vacant, administrated by Bishop of Bregalnica
Strumica Southeastern Republic of Macedonia 2005 vacant, administrated by Vicar Bishop of Stobi
Veles and Povardarie Povardarie 2005 vacant, administrated by Archbishop of Ohrid and Metropolitan of Skopje

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