It is the second essay in a group of mini-reports about Orthodox Church life in America. Surprising, stimulating, and, at the same time, important facts about the geographic distribution of Orthodox parishes and church members in America are discussed in this essay.
Is there is anything unique about the geographic distribution of Orthodoxy in America as compared to other Christian groups?
How evenly are the parishes and members of the Orthodox Christian Churches distributed throughout the United States? Are there any “geographic pockets” where especially many Orthodox Church members live?
How easy (or difficult) is it to find an Orthodox parish which is geographically close to the place where I live?
Are the Orthodox Church jurisdictions currently expanding their geographic presence throughout the USA? That is, are they establishing parishes in new places and becoming geographically more widespread?
Are American Orthodox jurisdictions growing in members?
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