Believers Eastern Church participates in outreach in the communities where they are placed. We desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus wherever he has placed us.

About Believers Eastern Church

Believers Eastern Church adheres to the episcopal governance and structure embodied in Scripture and followed by the Church Fathers. We believe in the universal priesthood of all believers, yet we also believe that God is a God of order who establishes lines of authority to strengthen the church in serving Him and humanity.


Believers Eastern Church is part of an international community of believers. We have 50+ dioceses spread over many countries. We also have a religious order established in several of those countries and seek to be part of discipling the next generation of believers.

Guiding Principles

In-Depth Understanding of Believers Eastern Church

To get a fuller understanding of Believers Eastern Church and the principles that guide it, you can download a copy of Guiding Principles (PDF).

What you read in this book are the faith and practices of Believers Eastern Church written for the benefit of the priests and members of the church.

Two harsh realities we must reckon with.

One – western Christians must come to grips with the harsh reality that they are living in the post-christian era. “Today” as Rod Dreher, the author of the book ‘The Benedict Option’ says, “a new post-christian barbarism reigns. Many believers are blind to it and their churches are too weak to resist.” Is there any hope for recovery?

Two – eastern nations are in the pre-christian era. The Himalaya size challenge is, how are we going to fulfil the Great Commission among these nations?

Yet, the timeless, unchanging promise of Christ remains firm – “I will build my church” – not by human methods or strategy, but by the Holy Spirit and the suffering of His people. This is the true orthodox faith of the ancient church and the Fathers who taught us…if only we will obey.

In this book, the author explains timeless principles that will help us to find our way out of this maze we are in and become part of the ‘one, holy, catholic (universal), and apostolic church.’