Slavic Orthodox Vicariate is a canonical structure within the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
It was established by the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Orthodox Church, which was announced by the head of the Archdiocese, Archbishop Elpidophoros on March 9, 2020. This good news was announced during the great holidays of the Triumph of Orthodoxy, the acquisition of the head of the prophet John the Baptist and the memory of the blessed St. Matrona of Moscow, which are especially revered in Vicariate.
Vicariate unites the parishes of the Slavic tradition represented in America.
Archimandrite Alexander (Belya) was appointed Vicar of Slavic parishes in America.
The Main Office of the Slavic Orthodox Vicariate is located in the Cathedral of St. Matrona of Moscow in Miami (Florida), at the address 113 S. Federal Hwy, Dania Beach, FL 33004.