(A Subsidiary of the Malankara Archdiocese of the Syrian Orthodox Church in North America)
HIS HOLINESS MORAN MOR IGNATIUS APHREM II
(Patriarch of Antioch & All the East, Supreme head of the Universal Syrian Orthodox Church)
HIS EMINENCE MOR TITUS YELDHO
(Archbishop, Malankara Archdiocese of the Syrian Orthodox Church in North America)
Rev. Fr. Thomas Kuruvilla Poothicote
Ph: (253) 332-5942
Mr. James George
Ph: (973) 985-8432
Mr. Abraham Puthusserril
St. Paul’s Fellowship is a spiritual organization under the Malankara Archdiocese of the Syrian Orthodox Church in North America. The Supreme Patron of the Fellowship is His Holiness Moran Mor Ignatius Zakka I Iwas, Supreme Head of the Universal Syrian Orthodox Church and the President & Patron is His Eminence Archbishop Mor Titus Yeldho.
At the 2002 archdiocesan family conference, a meeting of members from various parishes across the United States & Canada acknowledged a vacuum existing in our spiritual growth and an immediate need for organizing a body of faithful to work together for the remedial cause. There “The St.Paul's Fellowship" was born. The announcement was warmly welcomed by everyone that reflected the need for such an organization for men, a kind of parallel organization to the St. Mary's Women's League (Martha Mariam Samajam). Men also deserve spiritual nurturing rather than being onlookers of events. It is expected that the two organizations of men and women can plan joint activities that are often of common interest in the fields of family life, upbringing children in our church tradition, Gospel study, spiritual growth and helping those who are in need of social & spiritual nurturing. The archdiocese expects that each member parish have a unit of St.Paul’s Fellowship and a unit secretary.
Chev. Eappen Maliackal
Dr. John Thomas
Mr. Alias George
Mr. Sony Jacob
Mr. Baiju Pattasseril
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Massachusetts and Virginia
Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida
Arizona, California, Washington, Colorado,
Texas, and Oklahoma.
Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.
Canada region comprise of the whole country