What's with the phyletist charge??
I could give many examples from my direct experience that events which are of significance to all Orthodox people, irrespective of jurisdiction, are very often publicised only within that parish, or that jurisdiction. For instance, visits of relics of saints, or wonderworking icons seem to only be publicised among those of the same jurisdiction or ethnicity. Any Orthodox "outsiders" usually have no idea, other than if they have been informed by the efforts of individuals who can see beyond their parochial and jurisdictional noses.
An example: The Kursk-Root icon of the Mother of God has visited my neck of the woods. In the city I live in, there are several Greek, one Antiochian, two Serbian, a Belorussian, a Bulgarian, a Romanian, and a Ukrainian church, all, of course, Orthodox. Yet the only folks who got to know about it outside of the Russian church which hosted the icon were the few who got to know about it through the efforts of a tiny number of parishioners of this Russian church, who had the nous to recognise that such an important event was very significant to all
Orthodox, not just those who belonged to that parish or jurisdiction.
Sadly, this is but one example of the frequent insularity of many Orthodox parishes, which, I'm afraid, could only be attributable to phyletism.