Subject: List of Orthodox Mailing Lists (Long)


Subject: List of Orthodox Mailing Lists (Long)

Date: 1999/01/11

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List of Eastern Orthodox Mailing Lists Version 'keu' 11-Jan-99 NS

Collection of electronic mailing lists which may be of
interest to Eastern Orthodox Christians.
The information was freely obtained, and is freely sent
forth for any usage. I will not be maintaining this list of lists
forever, so please correct/update/reorganize your own copies of
this list, and use as you see fit. keu []
LISTNAMES [Lists appear in no particular order]
orthodox 10questions atlanta-serbs church-affairs evang-ortho
fateful-affairs gospelthoughts greekorthodox iconostasis igoa
kosovo logos monastery oca-clergy oca-boyz orthodox-tradition
orthodoxy orthodoxhomechurchschool oldbelievers
orthodox-sermons orthodox-convert orthodox-ru praxis
prologue pravoslavlje redeemingthetime rocor rocaclergy
scripture saints-l stotsalumni st_andrew suryoyo-online ustav
orthodoxchristians orthpoem orthodox-members orthpop
orthodox_singles orthodoxia orthodoxy orthodox-forum
orthodox-theo oc.orthodox orthodox-synod orthoAOL
KEY     Includes:
a)      short description
b)      e-mail address of list
c)      longer description of list; general purpose and content
d)      subscription information
e)      listowner contact information
f)      www address of archives or to read on the web
a)      Orthodox Christianity
c)      Orthodox (Orthodox Christianity) is dedicated to the
        thoughtful exchange of information regarding
        Orthodox Christianity worldwide, especially its
        impact upon and resurgence within Russia & her
d)      To subscribe, send email to
        and in the body of the message, put
        SUB ORTHODOX  Firstname Lastname
e)      alt.religion.christian.eas...@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU
a)      10questions group - 10 questions and about orthodox
b)      Announce-Only
c)      "10questions" is an email list with periodic messages
        containing "Ten Questions and Answers" about important
        aspects of Orthodox Christian Theology and practice, with
        a special emphasis on biblical texts.
        They are also available in a "Quiz" format at These topics have been
        used in weekly (usually lively!) catechetical discussions
        at St Nicholas, led by the author, Priest Seraphim
        Holland, pastor of St Nicholas Orthodox Church, Dallas,
        Texas, USA (  New questions and
        answers are posted reguarly.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send an empty message to
a)      atlanta-serbs Group - Orthodox Serbs in Atlanta
c)      This is an eGroup for use by Serbian Orthodox Christians
        in the U.S. and abroad. By subscribing to this list, you
        will automatically receive e-mails posted by Ss. Peter &
        Paul Serbian Orthodox Church of Atlanta, regarding
        various religious and political news topics. If you are
        interested in putting your name on this list, please
        respond to this introductory e-mail.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
a)      church-affairs group
c)      In this E.mail group readers will be able to be in touch
        with the Orthodoxy affairs among the world, especially in
        the meddle east.  We deal with serious affairs, which
        effects Mans salvation.  We discuss these affairs freely,
        honestly.Our aim is to vanish out the darkness to raise
        the rightness.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
a)      evang-ortho Group - Evangelical and Orthodox Christian
c)      The Evang-Ortho forum is for the balanced discussion of
        the Evangelical Protestant and Orthodox Christian
        traditions and theology, comparing and contrasting the
        two ("balanced" here means that neither side is the
        official position of the list; e.g. this list is not
        merely to explain Orthodoxy or Evangelicalism to
        inquirers as is the case elsewhere).  This group is
        ostensibly to pick up the slack where the old list left off to become the agape-rehab
        list, oriented more toward organizing humanitarian
                The baseline requirement for members is that they
        affirm as a given for purposes of discussion the
        Nicean-Constantinopolitan Creed (with or without the
        filioque clause, but note that discussion of this clause
        has been ruled to be outside the bounds of this list, as
        it is mostly an issue between Orthodox and Roman
        Catholics).  Interpretations of the Creed will vary, of
        course (and would certainly be a good topic of
        discussion), but participants should try to frame all
        discussions with it in mind.
                For the purposes of this list, "Orthodox"
        includes both the Chalcedonian (Eastern) Orthodox and
        Non-Chalcedonian (Oriental) Orthodox.  (It also includes
        some of the jurisdictions not generally considered
        canonical by the aforementioned two groups, such as those
        called the "Evangelical Orthodox.") Evangelicalism is a
        good deal more doctrinally varied that Orthodoxy, so
        "Evangelical Protestant" for the list's purposes will be
        defined by members holding to some interpretation of the
                The list will be strictly monitored to discourage
        and disallow personal attacks and discourtesy.
        Additionally, political and jurisdictional infighting of
        any sort (whether intra-Evangelical, intra-Orthodox, or
        inter-Christian) will be strictly disallowed.  Close
        monitoring will also be done to ensure that discussion
        remains on-topic; although anyone may join the list, only
        Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism as they relate to each other
        may be discussed.  It is not that Roman Catholicism or
        other sorts of Christianity should not be discussed, but
        that there are other forums more appropriate for that
        sort of thing.  It is most appropriate to discuss from
        the viewpoint of explaining and honestly trying to live
        one's own faith, so while anyone is allowed to join
        Evang-Ortho, the list will be most beneficial to those
        who are either Evangelicals or Orthodox or are sincerely
        seeking to follow one of those two paths.
                The tolerance which both sides will exercise
        towards one another does not, of course, imply
        relativism.  We are honest seekers of Truth here, and
        thus we will conduct ourselves in the love of our Lord
        Jesus Christ as we earnestly contend for the faith.
                All posters must also limit themselves to three
        posts per day, or else they will get put on moderated
        mode until such time as they return to the proper limit.
        The only exception to this rule is when the moderator
        needs to make moderatorial comments to the list aside
        from his normal participation in the conversation. Also,
        if a member has a question about the administration of
        the list or subscription matters, he may contact the
        moderator at  If it's a
        question more along the lines of "Does anybody know...?"
        that could not be answered by email to the moderator
        alone, then it is acceptable to exceed the three-per-day
        limit.  So as to make effective use of your three posts
        per day, it is suggested that you combine all your
        comments on a particular subject into one post, replying
        to various posters therein.
                All participants should also limit the amount of
        material that they quote when replying to messages.  The
        majority of posts should be new material.  Quoting an
        entire post and then adding one or two lines of comment
        is not acceptable. If all you want to add is "Amen!" or
        "Good post!" it is far better to send a private reply
        off-list.  Also, sending non-text attachments and/or
        binaries is strongly discouraged.  Many people pay for
        their connections by the byte, and so this is simply
        pretty standard "Netiquette."
                All new subscribers (especially those who intend
        to post) are encouraged to send a message to the list
        introducing themselves, though this is not required.
                The list is not a democracy, and it's basically
        run from the ground up at the discretion of the
        moderator, who will not hesitate to use what discipline
        he sees fit in order to keep the list orderly, friendly,
        and worthy of the name "Christian." Even though the list
        is not run by taking votes, moderation will be done
        taking into consideration the desires of members, and the
        moderator will occasionally run a poll to see what
        everyone thinks about something. Basically, Evang-Ortho
        is a sort of (hopefully benevolent) monarchy where you
        don't have to pay tribute, you can leave any time you
        like, there is no privileged ruling class, and you can
        mostly do what you want within certain previously agreed
        upon limits.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's web page at:
a)      fateful-affairs Group
c)      In this E.mail group readers will be able to be in touch
        with the Orthodoxy affairs among the world, especially in
        the meddle east.  We deal with serious affairs, which
        effects Mans salvation.  We discuss these affairs freely,
        honestly.Our aim is to vanish out the darkness to raise
        the rightness.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
a)      gospelthoughts Group - Thoughts on the Sunday Gospels
b)      Announce-Only
c)      "gospelthoughts" are Orthodox Christian homilies about
        mostly the Sunday Gospel readings, sent out "almost"
        weekly. Most are from St Nicholas Orthodox Church, Dallas
        Texas, and are available at Other edifying sermons
        about the Gospels may also be included.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      greekorthodox Group - Greeek Orthodox Christians
c)      Contempory discussions about the daily journeys of
        Orthodox Christians.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
a)      iconostasis Group - Orthodox Study of Icons and
c)      We are specifically interested in discussions and studies
        of icons, iconography, and the iconostasis (icon screen)
        in the Orthodox Church -- of all traditions, including
        but not limited to those seen in the West, those seen in
        Africa, the Middle East, Greece and Russia...  We are
        interested in all items pertaining to this subject,
        theological, academic, books, analysis, and reviews of
        books and analysis.  Bear in mind that this is an open
        discussion list, much like any parish hall, schoolroom,
        or public coffee shop, and children, faithful, and non
        Orthodox may be recipients and participants of the
        discussion, and we should comport ourselves politely and
                One important note:  Please do not send attached
        files to the list -- as jpg files sometimes can mess up
        personal computers -- please post them on your web site
        so we can look as we are able.  Of course graphics are
        very important, but please also use language to describe
        the icons and iconostasis configuration, and do cite the
        full title of a book or pattern book, and note where in
        the world it can be purchased, borrowed, or viewed.
                This list will be open as long as possible.
        Please do not worry if participation ebbs and flows --
        this is a meeting place for sharing, learning, and
        teaching -- but we recognize that this is from time to
        time a very obscure interest.  If you find something in a
        newsgroup or on another list -- please summarize it and
        refer to the archive resource where someone can look it
        up.  Posting forwarded items is risky, as some of the
        newsgroups and discussion lists are a bit more
        contentious than a mother would allow her kids to view or
        participate in.  This is a learning forum for them, as
        well as our own special devotion and interest, whether
        spiritual, cultural, artistic, vocational, or academic.
                You need not be subscribed to post, you need not
        be subscribed to read from the web.  But members only may
        post -- and this restriction is so that all posters at
        least know and are aware of our special care and
        consideration of young and more genteel folk who may
        inhabit this quiet list.
                In Christ,
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      igoa Group - The Italo-Greek Orthodox Church
c)      This List is intended to provide our friends, supporters,
        benefactors and other interested individuals with
        information and news pertaining to the Italo-Greek
        Orthodox Church and our on-going efforts to reorganize
        and revitalize this particular local Orthodox Church.
                General news and information, as well as topics
        pertaining to a liturgical, spiritual, administrative and
        cultural nature, will be posted regularly on the List.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      kosovo Group - Kosovo Highlights
c)      Kosovo Highlights List of the Orthodox Diocese of Raska
        and Prizren provides important information about the
        latest developments of the Kosovo crisis from the point
        of view of the Serbian Orthodox Church as well as other
        related information of interest.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
a)      logos Group - Logos Orthodox List
c)      This list is a forum of discussions and information about
        the Eastern Orthodox Church. Everyone interested is
        invited to join in.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      monastery Group - monastery without walls
c)      The Monastery Without Walls provides discussion and
        direction for those wishing to follow a Orthodox
        Christian rule of life in today's secular world.  Prayer
        requests are received  for those in need. Spiritual
        direction and inspiration.  And sometimes a joke just to
        make you laugh. Questions answered and information
        provided. Operated by the monastic brotherhood of St.
        Anthony's Orthodox Monastery. God works quietly.  So we
        are listening to the silence.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      oca-clergy Group - Clergy of the Orthodox Church in America
b) (Members Only)
c)      This list is a discussion forum for clergy of the
        Orthodox Church in America.  This list is NOT an official
        voice/department of the OCA, nor is it administered by
        any department of the OCA.  This list is not open to the
        general public.
                All suggestions and comments should be directed
        to the list manager.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
e)      "Deacon Thomas Soroka" <>
a)      oca-boyz Group - Humorous List for OCA Clergy
b) (Members Only)
c)      This list is for more personal and/or humorous discussion
        which might emanate from other OCA clergy lists.
        Membership is limited to clergy of the Orthodox Church in
        America.  It is not an official list of the Orthodox
        Church in America.  You must have a demonstrable,
        verifiable sense of humor to join.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
a)      orthodox-tradition Group - Orthodox Christian
c)      The purpose of this list is to allow the free exchange of
        ideas and opinions between Orthodox Christians who
        consider themselves to be traditionalists. We are
        Orthodox Christians who have made a stand against
        modernism, false ecumenism, and innovation, and wish to
        hold onto, and pass to the next generation, the Faith of
        our Fathers intact and uncorrupted. Traditional Orthodox
        Christians are invited to join regardless of which
        jurisdiction they belong to.  While the list is intended
        for this audience, all are welcome to join. If you join
        please send an introduction to the list as soon as you
        feel comfortable so we can all get to know you. If you
        have any questions please feel free to contact me at
d)      To subscribe, send e-mail to
a)      orthodoxy Group - Orthodox Christianity
c)      A forum intented for open discussion on Orthodox
        Christianity.Information exchange and questions are the
        principle focus.  Not intended as a chat group. All
        Orthodox jurisdictions are welcomed. Restrictions on
        participation are based on decent conduct.  Posters may
        be moderated for profane language, personal attacks, and
        threatening behaviour. The intent is to be as open as
        possible on the content of the message.
d)      To subscribe, send empty e-mail to
a)      orthodoxhomechurchschool Group - The Orthodox Home Church
c)      Public school efforts, though excellent and very
        resourceful, do not always provide support or enrichment
        to teach the children their faith.  As parents,
        grandparents, church school teachers and pastors, we are
        trying to support one another in either enriching the
        public school education system with Christian teachings,
        or entirely homeschool our young children.  This list is
        hoped to be a resource for church school, home school,
        and family and friends, to support one another and share
        ideas, hopes and practical tips and experiences to make
        these holy efforts successful.  The foundation of faith
        is Orthodox Christian -- of the first seven ecumenical
                Posters need not be members of this list -- but
        we ask that topics stay on the subject of home school and
        church school, for the education of Orthodox Christian
        children.  Discussion should contribute to applying
        learning technologies, traditions, and resources, towards
        that goal. Helpful anecdotes and encouragements are also
                May God bless your efforts and please help us
        help one another raise Christians in the way.
                In Christ,
d)      To subscribe, send empty e-mail to:
a)      oldbelievers Group - Old Believers (Russian Orthodox)
c)      This forum was formed to bring those interested in the
        Russian Orthodox Church and Old Believers to discuss
        common interests and encourage study and discussion of
        past and current events and history, theology, society,
        trends and traditions of Old Believers of the Russian
        Orthodox Church.  As such, there may be both scholarly
        interests and personal interests represented in the
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's home page at
a)      orthodox-sermons Group - Orthodox Sermons
b)      Announce-Only
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
a)      orthodox-convert Group - Orthodox Convert Mailing List
c)      The Orthodox-Converts Mailing List is for discussion
        between people who have converted to Orthodox
        Christianity or are interested in Orthodoxy. Cradle
        Orthodox and Clergy are invited to join to offer advice
        to those members who are young in the faith.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's home page at
a)      orthodox-ru Group - Russian Orthodox Conference
c)      Russian Orthodox discussion group in Russian ICQ # 24151224.
        �Esli vi ne mozhete prochest' soobsheniya v russkoi'
        kodirovke, soobshite ob etom po adresu:
d)      To subscribe, send e-mail to:
a)      praxis Group - Ortho-Praxis (Practical Orthodox tips)
c)      PRAXIS is an electronic forum whose purpose is to share
        practical and pragmatic advice, 'tips and tricks' if you
        will, on what has been referred to as "Orthopraxis".
        Tips on handling incense, on Saints to invoke for various
        problems, on setting up an Icon corner, information on
        various customs, on fasting and feasting, are just some
        examples of what may be shared here.  You may post
        information gathered from Web sites, from books,
        pamphlets, life experience, your spiritual father,
        e-mail, newsgroups, Scripture, etc. and please attempt to
        mention the source and obtain permission before sending
        here.  We will do no  checking of sources and gaining
        permission for you, so do be careful and respectful. The
        Eastern Orthodox Church, in her wisdom, has  roduced many
        wonderful customs, and the resourcefulness of her members
        over the past 2,000 years is quite astounding at times.
                PLEASE NOTE: This is *not* in any way, shape or
        form a replacement for the guidance of your spiritual
        father/spiritual mother, Bishop, priest, confessor.  This
        is *not* a way for anyone to avoid talking with those who
        are your elders, and it is not a replacement for
        attending  ervices, a pilgrimmage to a monastery or other
        holy place, or reading the wise advice of the Saints and
        Godly people of the past, such as Saint Theophan the
        Recluse or others.  This digest is for sharing of Eastern
        Orthodox Christians living in the world, and any advice
        contained within that you decide to use must be tempered
        with common sense and the blessing of your priest. The
        listowner is not a priest, and is in no position to give
        advice on Orthodoxy, Orthopraxis or any such thing.
        Caveat Emptor.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
a)      prologue Group - Prologue from Ochrid Daily Readings
b)      Announce-Only
c)      This list is provided for those who wish to receive the
        daily readings for the Orthodox Saints of the Day from
        the Prologue From Ochrid by Bishop Nikolai
        (Velimirovich). The readings are according to the Julian
d)      To subscribe, send e-mail to
a)      pravoslavlje Group - St. Elijah Serbian Orthodox
c)      Glory to Jesus Christ! This group has been created to
        educate people in the Orthodox Faith and to inform them
        about the situations in Orthodox Lands.  Thank you for
        joining our group!
        Yours in Christ,
        Nikolaj Kostur
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
        or go to this e-group's home page at
a)      redeemingthetime Group - Redeeming the Time
b)      Announce-Only
c)      "redeemingthetime" is the email version of "Redeeming the
        Time" an almost weekly "spiritual journal", published in
        booklet form, via email, and on the web
        (, from St Nicholas
        Orthodox Church, Dallas, TX, USA.
        It concentrates on the current Sunday, and the upcoming
        week, with:
        + Catechetical material used in classes at St Nicholas
        + Lives of saints
        + Homilies and sayings of the Fathers
        + Explanations of various things
        + Commentary about scripture readings
        + Local news and upcoming events at St Nicholas
        + Other news of interest to Orthodox Christians and
        especially those in the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad.
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a message to
e) (Fr Seraphim Holland)
a)      rocor Group - Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
b) (Members Only)
c)      This list is a forum for news and discussion among the
        members of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.
        Messages may be submitted and accessed only by members of
        the list. Subscriptions to the list are subject to
        approval.  All posted messages will be sent directly to
        the members of the list, without prior review. Therefore
        we encourage those who participate to post only those
        messages that they would like read by the whole group.
        Please send personal or private messages using an
        alternate medium.
d)      To subscribe, e-mail to:
a)      rocaclergy Group - Russian Orthodox Church Abroad Clergy
b) (Members Only)
c)      "rocaclergy" is a mailing list open only to clergy in the
        Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. Clergy may post concerns,
        questions, comments, etc in a private environment. All
        clergy who join must agree to not forward any posts to
        other mailing lists or others who are not clergy in ROCA.
                Our clergy speak with proficiency many languages,
        including Russian, English, German and French, and any
        communication in one language is certain to not be
        understood by all. Clergy may post in any language,
        however, the majority of clergy on the list at least
        understand English, so it will be the dominant language
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
e)      Group Moderator: (Priest
        Seraphim Holland, St Nicholas Orthodox Church, Dallas
        Texas, USA (  Fr Seraphim speaks
        only English.)
a)      scripture Group - Daily Orthodox Scripture Readings
b)      Announce Only
c)      This list is for the distribution of Daily Orthodox
        Scripture Readings, according to the Julian Calendar and
        the Menaion of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of
d)      To subscribe, send blank e-mail to:
a)      saints-l Group - Eastern Orthodox Saints
c)      SAINTS-L is a mailing list for posting and discussing
        information about Eastern Orthodox Christian Saints.
        These include Saints of the Christian East as well as
        pre-Schism Saints of the Christian West. Hagiographies
        are most especially welcome, as are Troparion, Kontakion,
        tidbits from Patrikons, personal experiences with
        intercessions of the Saints, etc. Also, holy people not
        yet glorified officially by the Church are welcome to be
        talked about, biographical information, etc. (such as the
        Holy Elders on Mt Athos, or other modern-era monastics,
        holy Bishops, etc). Glory to the Triune God in all His
d)      To subscribe, send an empty message to
        To unsubscribe, send a
        message to
a)      stotsalumni Group - STOTS Alumni
b) (Members Only)
c)      This list is open to Alumni of St. Tikhon's Orthodox
        Theological Seminary only.  Alumni status is determined
        by the Seminary.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this e-group's
        home page at
a)      st_andrew Group - St. Andrew Discussion List
c)      A forum for discussion for St. Andrew Antiochian Orthodox
        Church, Lexington KY.  Everyone is invited to join,
        especially members of the parish.
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
        or go to this e-group's home page at
        Also, visit St.Andrew's website at:
e)      Group Moderator:
a)      suryoyo-online Group - Suryoyo Online Mailing List
c)      Suryoyo Online Mailing List is for Syriac Studies and
        about Syrian Orthodox Church
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's home page at
a)      ustav Group - Orthodox Typicon and Liturgical Music  d
c)      "Ustav" facilitates email discussion, questions,
        commentary and teaching concerning the traditional
        Orthodox Christian typicon and music. The Russian word
        "ustav" means typicon, and indicates that our discussion
        will be slanted towards the Russian Orthodox typicon and
        music, as practiced in the Russian Orthodox Church
        Outside of Russia (, but all other
        traditional usages may also be discussed.
                ROCOR uses the church calendar (the so called
        "Julian", or "Old" calendar), and discussion will
        generally be assumed to be involving this calendar.
                Those who follow the "New Calendar" or are not
        Orthodox Christians are welcome to participate, but this
        list is not intended to be a debate forum to argue about
        calendars, as, for traditional Orthodox, this issue is
        closed. Other usages from non Orthodox should not be
        presented, except for occasional comparison purposes.
                In general, this list is for traditional Orthodox
        Christians who love the church and it's typicon, and want
        to learn more about it, and help others to learn about
        it, or anyone who wishes to learn about the  beauty and
        theological profundity of Orthodox Christian worship and
                The most comon and preferred language,
        understandable to the vast majority, will be English.
        Other languages may be used, especially Russian. Group
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this e-group's home
        page at
e)      Moderator: (Priest Seraphim
        Holland, St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Dallas, TX )
a)      orthodoxchristians Group - Orthodox Christians
c)      Faith & Love of Orthodox Christians
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's home page at
a)      orthpoem Group - Original Poetry of Orthodox Christians
c)      A place for Orthodox Christians to sendtheir original
        poetry.  It can be of any form.  This is not a discussion
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
        or go to this e-group's home page at
a)      orthodox-members Group - Orthodox Christians
c)      Orthodox Christian missions and activities worldwide
d)      To subscribe, send a message to or go to this
        e-group's home page at
a)      orthpop Group - Orth interpretation of popular culture
c)      Discussion list for an Orthodox interpretation of popular
        culture.  This is not so much for a debasing of popular
        culture, as worldly as it is, but rather, to find what is
        potentially redeemable  (in popular music, literature,
        television, movies, etc) and magnifying such things when
d)      To subscribe, send a message to
        or go to the e-group's home page at
a)      orthodox_singles Group - Orthodox Singles
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