Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Bangalore Dioceses
Dioceses in the history of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, were formed for the first time in 1876 consequent to the Mulanthuruthy Synod. H.H.Patriarch Mar Peter III divided the Malankara Church into seven Dioceses. In 1938, Diocese for outside Kerala (Bahya Kerala Bhadrasanam) was formed and in 1976 the outside Kerala Diocese was divided into three, namely Bombay, Madras and Delhi dioceses.
Our Patron Saint
St. Thomas disciple of Jesus Christ arrived in India in AD 52. He preached the gospel, established 7 churches, St. Thomas disciple of Jesus Christ arrived in India in AD 52. He preached the gospel, established 7 churches.
Blessings to all our Chor-Episcopoi, Priests, Deacons, Managing Committee members, and all the faithful of the Orthodox Diocese of Bangalore.Blessings to all our Chor-Episcopoi, Priests, Deacons, Managing Committee members, and all..
This page will be soon updated with Publications which comes under the Bangalore Dioceses. These Publications will give us more insights about the dioceses in its spirtual and developmental catergories…………..
Marth Mariam Vanitha Samajam (Women’s Wing of Orthodox Church of India) Bangalore Region is counducting a half day conference at St Marys Orthodox Valiyapally,...
Bangalore Orthodox Bible Convention – MELTHO is organized annually over three days by the Orthodox Christian Parishes in Bangalore to enrich the cardinal virtues...
Yovela (Hebrew word, meaning for “full of joy”) is a youth camp of the Bengaluru Diocese Youth Movement (OCYM & MGOCYM) was counduted from...
the things that i can't do.
Father, i place into your hands
the times that I've been through.
Father, i place into Your hands
the way that i should go,
for i know i always can trust