of New Jersey
is a directory of all Orthodox Churches in New Jersey. All Orthodox
Churches in New Jersey will be listed according to New Jersey county
and by jurisdiction and/or diocese. If you know of an New Jersey
Orthodox Church or an Orthodox Monastery in NJ that is not listed please
submit it here.
To find an Orthodox Church in a particular New Jersey County, please
use the navigation column on the left, or you may click on any of the
Counties in the map below.
free to bookmark this site, as it will updated often, and will eventually
come to include a Classifieds Section for Orthodox Churches in New Jersey
( A place for a vestment exchange, candles, icons, etc...), as well
as a Bulletin Board for events and activities that are taking place
at the Orthodox Churches in and around New Jersey (brand new ---see
below). The Staff of Orthodox Christian Churches
of New Jersey is receptive to ideas and suggestions to enhance and
improve our website. Please email the site administrator with
ideas, and most importantly with Orthodox Churches in NJ that we might
not have listed or have omitted in error.
times a year, an
Orthodox Church in New Jersey that has a Website, will be featured in
the area below the map. The Church will randomly be selected.
If your Orthodox Church does not have a website, and if would like to
have a page and/or a Website for your New Jersey Orthodox Church please
administrator who will help you develop one.
Deacon Michael, Website Administrator
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Featured New Jersey Orthodox Church:
Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church
836 Lyons Ave.
Irvington, New Jersey 07111
"And Jesus came
and spoke to them, saying, ďAll authority has been given to Me in heaven
and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations,
baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy
Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you;
and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." Amen.
"Every work which does not
have love as its beginning and root, is nothing."
St. John Chrysostom