If it is an OCA parish, it is rather inaccurate (and many would term degrading as well) to refer to an OCA parish as "Russian" since the OCA does not identify themselves as Russian
My OCA parish is often referred to as "the Russian Church" by the non-OCA Orthodox in our area. It doesn't offend me in the slightest, nor do I view it as degrading. To be fair, other OCA people do NOT refer to us as a "Russian" parish. And in a sense we aren't. All our services are in English, not Slavonic. Both our priests are non-Russian (non-Slavic) converts. Yet in many ways, this is a nuanced argument. We certainly LOOK and SOUND like a Russian Church, as do many OCA parishes. We have no pews. We have no organ. We use the Bakhmetev 8 tones. Nearly ALL of the choir's music was written by Russian composers. We follow Russian liturgical usage. We call the priest's wife "Matushka". We kiss each other three times (Slavic style). So, if an outsider calls us a "Russian" parish, I can understand where he is coming from.