Debre Bisrat St. Gabriel EOTC Church

  • 3518 Clarkston Industrial Blvd


About Debre Bisrat St. Gabriel EOTC Church

The history of Debre Bisrat St. Gabriel EOTC Church (AKA Dagmawi Kulbi Debre Bisrat St Gabriel and Abuna Teklehaimanot Church) is, yet again, a testimony of God’s blessing of those who put their trust in him and show determination and perseverance to serve him. It started with a small group of about 30 individuals and their spiritual father, followers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC), who gathered in the basement of a fellowship hall inside St. John the Wonder Worker, a Russian Orthodox Church in the Grand Park neighborhood of the city of Atlanta, in the month of January, 2003. They gathered to worship God, and pray to God so that He can provide them with a place of their own where they can worship HIM in the tradition of their forefathers, the tradition of EOTC. God answered their prayer within a short period of time, and they were blessed with a small chapel at Christ Our Savior Episcopal Church on North Highland road in Atlanta, GA. Here, they gathered every Sunday morning to worship God, sing and praise his name, pray and patake Holy Communion in the tradition of the EOTC. The church was blessed and consecrated by the late Abune Yesehaq, who was the Archbishop of the Western Hemisphere for the EOTC at the time.




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  • Timezone: America/Denver

    July 21, 2024 2:24 pm local time

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