Seraphim has studied Economics and Theology and received a license to practise law. He was tonsured a monk at the Holy Monastery of Pentelis and was elevated to deacon and presbyter by Archbishop Seraphim of Athens in 1980.
In December 2000, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, and the Holy Synod, elected him as Bishop and assistant to His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos (Harkianakis) of Australia. He was responsible for the Third Archdiocesan district of South Australia and the Northern Territory serving until 2002.
|Bishop of Christianoupolis|
|Metropolitan of Piraeus|
- Letter of Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus, November 9, 2007
- Letter of Metropolitan Seraphim to Roman Catholic Bishop of Syros Island, November 9, 2007.
- Church of the Life-Giving Spring, Athens (Greek) - Served