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List of Greek Orthodox churches in the United States

This is a list of Greek Orthodox churches in the United States that are notable, either as buildings or as church congregations. Some are buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places[1] or state- or local historic register for their architecture or other reasons. Some are former church buildings; others are current churches within the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

These are Orthodox Christian cathedrals or churches in North America that are notable, whether for their architectural design and or historical characteristics or for other reasons.

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These are: (by state then city)

Name Images Location Jurisdiction Dates Note
Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption (Oakland, CA).JPG 9th and Castro Sts., Oakland, California

37°48′15″N 122°16′43″W / 37.80417°N 122.27861°W / 37.80417; -122.27861 (Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption)

1920 built

1978 NRHP-listed[1]

Designed by Charles Burrell, Beaux Arts-style
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Sioux City from NW 1.jpg 900 6th St.
Sioux City, Iowa
42°29′46″N 96°23′55″W / 42.49611°N 96.39861°W / 42.49611; -96.39861Coordinates: 42°29′46″N 96°23′55″W / 42.49611°N 96.39861°W / 42.49611; -96.39861
1918 founded
1926 built
1998 NRHP-listed
Designed by William L. Steele
Saint Athanasius Greek Orthodox Church ArlingtonMA GreekOrthodoxChurch.jpg Arlington, Massachusetts

42°24′59″N 71°9′27″W / 42.41639°N 71.15750°W / 42.41639; -71.15750 (Saint Athanasius Greek Orthodox Church)

1841 built

1985 NRHP-listed[1]

Romanesque-style church included in Arlington Center Historic District. Built in 1841 for a Universalist]] congregation. Served as Saint Athasius Greek Orthodox Church during 1964-2004. Now known as Highrock Church, home to an Evangelical Covenant Church congregation.
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church 602 Park Avenue
Omaha, Nebraska
41°15′14″N 95°57′22″W / 41.25389°N 95.95611°W / 41.25389; -95.95611 (St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church)
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 1907 founded

1908 built

1951 purchased

1958 dedicated

Building designed by architect John Latenser, Sr. in Byzantine style to serve Omaha's Temple Israel. Sold to St. John's parish in 1951. Listed as an Omaha city landmark.
Greek Orthodox Church of St. George Piscataway, New Jersey
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Liberty Street Park northeast stair jeh.jpg
Manhattan, New York Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 2014-pending
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Annunciation Church Apr09.jpg
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America 1959 built
Holy Trinity Cathedral Holy Trinity Cathedral.jpg 279 S. 200 West, Salt Lake City, Utah
40°45′47″N 111°53′57″W / 40.76306°N 111.89917°W / 40.76306; -111.89917 (Holy Trinity Cathedral)
1923 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Byzantine architecture. Listed on the NRHP as Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.