Currently, Angola is within the local jurisdiction of the Holy Archdiocese of Zimbabwe and Angola.
Since 2004, the primate of the Metropolis has been His Eminence Seraphim (Kykkotis). Archimandrite Chrysostomos Polizos is vicar of the Metropolitan for Angola.
The parish of St. Eleftherios (a young bishop who has baked alive by the rulers of the Roman Empire - his name means "man of freedom" in Greek) and St. Paisios (1924-1994) of Mount Athos has been established in Luanda (see here & here).
Source of information Orthodoxwiki
St. Eleftherios. Note: "Eleftherios" [or Eleutherios] is a variant of "Freedom" in Greek, thus, mothers pray that they might safely be free of their pregnancies by giving birth to healthy children. "Anthia" resembles "anthos" meaning flower, and saint martyr Anthia was the mother of St. Eleftherios (from here).
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can i know your church adress in luandaΑπάντησηΔιαγραφή
or any contact of your church
The Orthodox Temple in Luanda is Saints Eleftherios and Venerable Paisios of Mt. Athos Orthodox Church.
If you can not find the address or telephone number, you can contact with Orthodox Archdiocese of Zimbabwe:
God with you.