Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

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Denominations Of Christianity - Historical Schisms and Methods of Classification Scheme - Western Churches
... Church in Australia Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia Orthodox Antiochian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia Serbian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Non-Chalcedonic Coptic Orthodox Church in Australia Pentecostal Related Australian Christian Churches (AOG) Christian City Church Intl ...
Christian Heresy - Denominations
... Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia Orthodox Antiochian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia Serbian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Non-Chalcedonic Coptic Orthodox Church in Australia Pentecostal Related Australian Christian Churches (AOG) Christian City Church Intl ...
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Of Australia And New Zealand
... The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand was an Archdiocese of the Greek Orthodox Church in Australia and New Zealand, part of the Eastern Orthodox religion ... The archdiocese was split in 1970 to form the 'Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia' and the 'Metropolis of New Zealand' ...
Christian-ism - Major Denominations Within Christianity - Catholic
... Uniting Church in Australia Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia Orthodox Antiochian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia Serbian Orthodox of Australia New Z ... Non-Chalcedonic Coptic Orthodox Church in Australia Pentecostal Related Australian Christian Churches (AOG) Christian City Church Intl ...

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