Vashon Island, Washington. Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. Coffees and teas by e-commerce and photos.
Resaca, Georgia. Online store sells icons, books, incense and other liturgical items. An Epitropia ( Representation)of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulcher, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem
Cambridge, New York. Orthodox Church in America. Offer religious, liturgical, and fine art, clothing, and hospitality to pilgrims. They are also known for their food products and German Shepherd dogs and dog training.
Etna, California. A dependency of the Holy Monastery of Saints Cyprian and Justina in Fili, Greece. Catalog of vestments, altar covers, and embroidery handmade by the Sisters.
Reddick, Florida. Includes directions and information about incense produced. ( In English and Greek)
Castro Valley, California. Romanian, but serving Orthodox Christians of all ethnic backgrounds, with services in English, Greek, Slavonic and Romanian. Includes history, mission, service schedule, hymns, and feast day.
Otego, New York. Orthodox Church in America. Includes background, catalog of items made by the nuns, and FAQ.
Brookline, Massachusetts. Under the Bishops of the Holy Orthodox Church of North America (HOCNA). Information on products produced and sold, including ikons, books, and liturgical items.
A male monastic community under the auspices of the Synod of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. Virtual tour, Orthodox Seminary, Candle Factory, Icon Mounting Studio. Jordanville, NY.
Ocala, Florida. Male monastic community under the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, founded by Elder Ephraim of Philotheou. Producers of traditional beeswax candles as well as paraffin candles.
Kelseyville, California. Holy Orthodox Church of North America (old calendar Greek). Includes sale of greeting cards and icons.
Stavropegial monastery of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, in Astoria, New York.
A small Eastern Orthodox monastery in Wisconsin dedicated to the semi-eremitical way of life. Includes a complete catalogue of icons and other goods.
South Canaan, PA. Founded in 1905 by the New Martyr Patriarch St.Tikhon. One of the oldest monastic institutions in the United States.
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