At age nine, he went to the seminary of Deyr-ul-Za"faran, where he studied Syriac, Turkish, Arabic and theology.
In his book Mardutho d Suryoye, he advocated an Aramean identity. He wrote over one hundred works, some of them in Aramaic. After 1958 he was ordained as a deacon and secretary of the later metropolitan Mor Philoxenos Hanna Dolabani.
In 1960, he became a novice in the monastery of Mor Gabriel and taught there at the theological seminary.
Yeshu Çiçek was elected abbot elected and in 1969 by Mor Iwannis Ephrem Bilgic he was ordained as Bishop of Tur Abdin. After living in Damascus at the Seminary of Mor Ephrem at Atshane in Lebanon and the Holy Land he came to Germany.
After a layover in 1975 - 1977 in the United States, on the advice of the local Metropolitan Mor Athanasius Samuel Yeshu he returned to Europe, after Hengelo. 1977 elected him the Holy Synod on the patriarchal vicar for the Diocese of Central and Eastern Europe.
On 24 June 1979 Dayroyo Yeshu Çiçek in Hengelo as Archbishop of the Syrian Orthodox Diocese of Central Europe by Patriarch Jacob III. Consecrated with the name Mor Julius.
In 1984, Mor Julius bought the former Catholic monastery of Saint Ephrem in Losser, The Netherlands, and certain it to the seat of the Archbishop. The church had three large monasteries near Enschede in the Netherlands, in Arth in Switzerland and in Warburg in Germany. In founded by Çiçek monasteries he built schools, trained clerics in the tradition of their church.
Mor Julius published significant scientific contributions to the Church in Bar Hebraeus-Verlag, which published more than 100 books related to the Syrian Orthodox liturgy, Bible, history, et cetera in Syriac and in European languages.
Was signed. Bishop Çiçek was on November 5, 2005 to his diocesan headquarters in Saint Monastery Ephrem the Syrian buried in Losser-Glane, Netherlands.