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Location
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North American, Culture, American (US), American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), East European, Christian, European, Orthodox, Russian American, Russian
Location
San Francisco, CA
The Congress of Russian Americans, Inc. (CRA) founded in 1973, by a group of concerned Russian Americans, is a national organization with membership throughout the United States. Its members are US citizens and permanent residents of Russian descent who are non-Communist in their beliefs. The personal and social lives of most members are firmly rooted in religious Christian Orthodox values which reject all racial, nationalistic, ethnic, or religious antagonism.
Community Focus
Culture, East European, European, Orthodox, Russian
Location
Seattle, WA
Seattle's primary Russian Orthodox Church. The is also the location where St. John of San Francisco reposed; the room where he reposed is now a chapel and a pilgrimage destination. Every Sunday, English liturgies are served in the chapel.
Community Focus
Culture, East European, European, Orthodox, Ukrainian
Location
Seattle, WA
Community Focus
Culture, East European, European, Indigenous, Orthodox, Romanian
Location
Goldendale, WA
Housed in a glorious Beaux Arts mansion on 5,300 acres high above the Columbia River, Maryhill Museum of Art opened to the public May 13, 1940 and today remains one of the Pacific Northwest’s most enchanting cultural destinations.
Community Focus
Culture, South European, European, Orthodox, Greek
Location
Seattle, WA
Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church is located in Seattle's Montlake neighborhood and serves a community of over 600 families.
Community Focus
Orthodox
Location
Issaquah, WA
Community Focus
Orthodox
Location
Kirkland, WA
A Coptic Orthodox Church with services for the Greater Seattle Area
Community Focus
Orthodox
Location
Seattle, WA
St. Spiridon Orthodox Cathedral, Seattle is a part of the Diocese of the West (OCA). All services are in English.