Orthodox Services in Cork
Russian, Slavonic and English
Celebrated by Fr. George Zavershinskiy and Fr. Deacon Nikolai Evseev in
the 3rd Order chapel, Capuchin Franciscan Friary, Fr. Matthew Quay, next
to Holy Trinity Church.
Once a month, usually on the first Saturday.
Confessions at 9:30 am followed by Divine Liturgy
The Russian speaking community is part of the
larger parish of SS. Peter & Paul, Russian Patriarchate, Harolds Cross,
Once a month on Saturday 10:00 am
In the Capuchin Friary celebrated by Fr. Molkhazy from Dublin.
Contact: John Johansson,
Reader & Church Warden
Tel: 021 4841187
The Romanian Orthodox Parish of Cork was formed
in October 2005 with the blessing of Archbishop Joseph of Paris,
Metropolitan of the Western Europe Orthodox Church and it is dedicated
to "Saint Calinic of Cernica and Saint Patrick of Ireland". The parish
comprises people from the Romanian, Moldovian, Greek and Irish
communities of Cork and surroundings.
Location: Presentation Sisters Chapel on South Douglas
Time: Each Sunday between 9.30am and 1pm.
Occasional services are also held in the Honan Chapel of UCC for UCC
students and staff. Services are conducted in Romanian and English.
Fr. Viorel Hurjui serves the parish since April
2006 and he is the only Orthodox priest resident in Cork. He can be
contacted for any spiritual assistance that Orthodox people of Cork
Contact: Fr. Viorel Hurjui
Tel: 087 6772241