The beautiful Cathedral complex with it's elegant banquet hall was constructed just north of downtown Columbus in 1990 replacing the original facility built in 1922. The original Chapel is still a part of the Cathedral complex and is used for vespers services and special mid-week liturgies. The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral is situated at the SW corner of North High Street and Goodale across the street from the convention center and within easy access of all the major freeways. For directions, click here. We hope and trust you'll find our services, our parish and our ministries to be of great benefit. Please contact us with any questions or specific needs.
Letter of the Month
Why Capitalization Matters
Brothers and sisters in Christ, Over the last year and a half our Vision Committee has engaged our congregation in various group discussions. The committee has worked hard to listen and gather the thoughts and feelings from our community of what is important to you. Through this process, the committee deciphered the information received to produce a Mission Statement (please click here to see the complete mission statement) which reflects...Keep Reading
Welcome to the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Columbus, Ohio.
We represent a branch of the Eastern Orthodox faith which is a continuation of the First Century Church. The Annunciation Cathedral belongs to the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Pittsburgh, which is under the authority of Metropolitan Savas, Presiding Hierarch of the Metropolis of Pittsburgh. Chartered by the State of Ohio in 1910, the Annunciation has about 800 families on the church mailing list. Our parish provides a great number of...Keep Reading