Orthodox Church, English Orthodox. Suffolk's only Orthodox church is St Felix and St Andrew, Felixstowe. Father Andrew Phillips writes: Contemporary English Orthodoxy ultimately goes back to the nineteenth century Oxford Movement which brought members of the Church of England back into contact with the wider Christian tradition, both Catholicism and Orthodoxy. Although there were many well-known converts to Catholicism, like Newman, a small number of mainly Anglicans were also attracted to the Orthodox Church.

Under the Greek and later Russian Churches, missions were established, notably in Bristol and Wolverhampton. This movement received considerable impetus in the twentieth century after the Russian Revolution, when Russian emigres settled h