ⓘ Category:United States religion-related lists

List of the dioceses of the Orthodox Church in America

In the Orthodox Church in America, the diocese is the basic church body that comprises all the parishes of a determined geographical area. It is governed by the Diocesan Bishop, with the assistance of a Diocesan Assembly and a Diocesan Council. The OCA is currently composed of twelve geographic and three ethnic dioceses. The boundaries of the ethnic dioceses overlap those of certain geographic ones. These dioceses are the result of smaller ethnic jurisdictions joining the OCA at some point in its history, usually after having broken from other bodies. The Stavropegial Institutions are chur ...

List of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in the United States

The Monastery of Our Lady and St. Laurence, Canon City, Colorado. Prior: Father Theodore. www.ladyminster.com St. Thekla Convent, CLOSED. St. Paul Skete, Grand Junction, Tennessee. Female skete. Superior: Mother Nektaria.

List of Islamic Society of North America conventions

The annual convention of ISNA is the largest annual gathering of Muslim Americans to discuss their role in society, politics, public media, activism, educational institutions, etc. The convention occurs every Labor Day weekend and also include parallel conventions by the Muslim Students Association MSA of North America, the Muslim Youth of North America MYNA, and The Islamic Medical Association of North America IMA or IMANA as well as many other smaller groups associated under the umbrella group ISNA. Attendance in recent years peaked close to 50.000, which is a significant number especial ...

List of religious movements that began in the United States

Methodist Episcopal Church 1783 Neo-Druidism - Late 18th century Universalist Church of America, 1793 Shakers - formed in 1772 by Ann Lee in Manchester, England, but relocated to Watervliet, New York a few years later

                                     

List of historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds a number of sites as historically significant. This list is intended as a quick reference for these sites. The sites may or may not be owned by the church. Furthermore, independent historical registries have recognized a number of current or previously Church-related properties, such as L. D. S. ward building in Lava Hot springs, Idaho, listed on the U.S. national register of historic places.