St. Theodosius Orthodox Cathedral Is A Pretty Place Of Worship In Ohio
By Melissa Mahoney|Published November 28, 2020
I'm an east coast girl living in a west coast world. I grew up in New England before moving to SoCal for several years. I then lived in NYC or a year before moving to AZ in 2009. I worked in the entertainment industry for many years of my adult life and have a deep love for photography, writing, and traveling around the U.S. as well as to far-flung locations around the world. Travel is my life and writing about it is a dream!
The oldest Orthodox parish in the state of Ohio is located in Cleveland and constructed in the style of a Russian church. It is opulent both inside and out and provides an alluring place for parishioners to worship.
Editor’s note: It was pointed out to us by a reader that the oldest Orthodox Christian church in Ohio is actually Holy Assumption Orthodox Church in Marblehead. It was constructed in 1905-1906, six years prior to St. Theodosius. St. Theodosius is the oldest Orthodox parish in Ohio, but not the oldest church. Holy Assumption just received a historic marker proclaiming that. We apologize for any confusion.