The Head of the Orthodox Christian Church is our Lord and God and Savior Jesus Christ
For more, see the Bible There is no earthly head of the Orthodox Church. All bishops are equal, sharing the same ministerial grace and forming a brotherhood to which each is accountable. The unity of the Church is manifested in common Faith and communion in the Sacraments and no one but Christ Himself is the real Head of the Church.
Rector of St John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church Dean of the Eastern States of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA
He is married to the beautiful Natallia. Together they have three children - the twins Ioann and Katerina, and Helena. A short biography of the family can be found in newsletter issue from October-December 2016, pages 4-5. (973) 256-0314