Episode 02 with Metropolitan Serapion Part 2 ~ Celebrating 25 Years of Ministry in Los Angeles
Metropolitan Serapion ~ Quality Time
As we continue with H.G. Bishop Suriel examining what it looks likes to have a culture telling the most important story in history. The key to this Wednesday podcast, episode #02, we will continue to hear about His Eminence’s early life and about those who influenced him in his study and early religious life. It is a lively discussion which I am sure you will all enjoy and benefit from. Later in episodes #06 and #07 we will have a conversation about His Eminence’s ministry in Los Angeles. We will hear first hand about the obstacles and achievements along the 25 years and much more.
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I thought that it is extremely important to crown this podcast with a four-part series with His Eminence. In the next two episodes, namely episodes #01 and #02 we will hear about his early life and about those who influenced him in his study and early religious life. Bishop Surial | Coptic Podcast
His Eminence Metropolitan Serapion has led the Diocese of Los Angeles, Southern California, and Hawaii faithfully over the past 25 years. He has served with great wisdom and zeal. His Eminence’s vision is remarkable and distinguished with innovation, while at the same time preserving the faith and tradition of the Coptic Church. This man of God places the pastoral needs of his flock as a top priority in his ministry. Metropolitan Serapion’s great emphasis on both religious and theological education is evident. As the former auxiliary bishop in Egypt for Public, Ecumenical and Social Services, he has not neglected this ministry in Los Angeles. His Eminence established the Department of Diakonia, led by Bishop Abraham to continue the work in LA. He also established the Department of Education, led by Bishop Kyrillos to advance religious and theological education. Do not miss out on this episode to learn from his thoughtful insights on many aspects of his long and successful ministry.
About Metropolitan Serapion
Metropolitan Serapion is the first hierarch and bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Los Angeles, Southern California, and Hawaii. H.G. Bishop Serapion was ordained as a priest on July 18th, 1981 at El-Sourian Monastery. 1983, H.H. Pope Shenouda III then assigned him to serve the Coptic community in Switzerland from December 1983 to June 1985. On June 2, 1985, he was appointed as a bishop for the Bishopric of Public, Ecumenical, and Social Services at St. Mark Cathedral in Cairo. November 14th, 1995, His Eminence Serapion was called to be the Bishop of the Diocese of Los Angeles and Southern California. December 23, 1995, H.G was enthroned as the Bishop of the Diocese of Los Angeles at Holy Virgin Mary Church in Los Angeles. H.G. Metropolitan Serapion is on the Governing Board of the National Council of Churches of Christ and the Steering Committee of Christian Churches Together in the USA. For many years he served on the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches and the Life and Service Committee of the Middle East Council of Churches and as Vice President of the All Africa Conference of Churches. On Sunday, February 28, 2016, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II elevated Bishop Serapion to the episcopal dignity of Metropolitan. His official title is Bishop of Los Angeles and Metropolitan of Southern California and Hawaii.
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