Archbishop Averky Memorial Fund
PO Box 36; Jordanville,
Subsidizes seminary and seminarians. Biannual fund appeal.
Blessed Xenia Memorial Fund
75 E 93rd St; New York, NY
Nina A. Syniawsky
Charitable aid to needy, monasteries and churches.
Fund for Assistance to the Russian Orthodox Church
93rd St; New York, NY 10128-1331
Fund-raising arm of the Synod of Bishops. Periodic appeals for support. Sale of
annual calendar. Financial assistance for world-wide church-related activities,
needy clergy, educational and missionary activities, Holy Land properties, and
Synod headquarters. Income primarily from donations and bequests.
Fund of St. John of Kronstadt, Inc.
PO Box 56; Utica, NY
Abp. Laurus, pres; Fr. Igor Hrebinka, v-pres; Fr. Peter
(Loukianoff), secÕy; Fr. Joseph Jarostchuk, treas.;
Financial aid for churches & poor, primarily in S. America, Eastern Europe
Orthodox Benevolent Fund
PO Box 203; Fly Creek, NY
Peter D. Nelson
Funds solicited with the blessing of the Synod of Bishops; assistance for
domestic & foreign missions (including the St. John of Kronstadt Orphanage in
Chile, St. Edward's Brotherhood, England, and Annunciation Church, Uganda; Haiti
Mission; Bethany Orthodox School; Korean Mission; Chinese Missionary Society),
relief for clergy and Orthodox families in need.
Orthodox Palestine Society, USA
75 E 93rd St; New York,
Irina Bagration, president
Est. Russia 1882, continues to support monastic communities in the Holy Land.
Relies solely on charitable contributions for support. Membership $20/yr. Bp.
Gabriel, Vice-Pres. of Board.
Information for this directory is from a printed directory,published annually by
and available from
The Saint John of Kronstadt Press.
The printed Directory includes as well an alphabetical index (by Christian name)
of clergy of the Church, with pertinent information concerning addresses, phone
numbers, and their namedays (as well as for their families, where pertinent and