Found another Universalist jurisdiction

I’m convinced that God is not done with the Universalists when I find Christians of differing traditions and charisms professing God’s complete love to us. Tonight, I came across another.

Universalist Orthodox Church

The Universalism, as a theological point, comes through a bit clearer in what appears to be an earlier version of the jurisdiction’s website, and in any case I may be misreading it. The inclusion and leadership of LGBT persons is front and center.

It’s a young (coming together in 2016) jurisdiction, and small with two or three parishes (one the cathedral) and falls with the Independent Sacramental Movement, which I think has a lot of lessons to teach the rest of us. I pray them and their Archbishop Olga many blessings.

One Reply to “Found another Universalist jurisdiction”

  1. I’m so excited about this! We now have Liberal Catholic Universalists, General Lutherans (a relatively new Lutheran universalist group started in 2014), and now Orthodox Universalists. It seems there are a lot of people in liturgical traditions who are attracted to Christian Universalism. I want to say there is an Anglican/Charismatic group, as well, but I can’t remember the name of it.

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