Services for Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th September

On Sunday 27th September, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

If you can’t come to church, or if you are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, you can still join together in worship at home.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE ONLINE

An Order of Service for Saturday evening Vespers to pray at home may be found here.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow, in order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church is strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

Sermons for Sunday 27th September, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 20th September

On Sunday 20th September, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow, in order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church is strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

If you can’t come to church, or if you are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, you can still join together in worship at home.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Sermons for Sunday 20th September, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 13th September

On Sunday 13th September, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow, in order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church is strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

If you can’t come to church, or if you are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, you can still join together in worship at home.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Sermons for Sunday 6th September, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 6th September

On Sunday 6th September, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow, in order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church is strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

If you can’t come to church, or if you are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, you can still join together in worship at home.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Sermons for Sunday 6th September, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 30th August

On Sunday 30th August, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow, in order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church is strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

If you can’t come to church, or if you are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, you can still join together in worship at home.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Sermons for Sunday 30th August, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 23rd August

On Sunday 23rd August, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church will be strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Sermons for Sunday 23rd August, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Feast of the Dormition & Services on Sunday 16th August

Saturday 15th August is the Feast of the Dormition of Our Most-Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary. This is one of the Great Feasts of the Church’s year. We should try to keep this Holy Day prayerfully in whatever way we can, so that we can be united in faith and in love, even if we cannot be together physically.

Services to pray at home on Friday evening (the Eve of the Feast) and on Saturday can be found here. May God give us all great joy in keeping the Feast!

Orthodox Christians Commemorate the Dormition of the Virgin Mary ...

 

On Sunday 16th August, the Hours and Typika will be served in church, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church will be strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

Services on Sunday 9th August

The Hours and Typika will be served on Sunday 9th August, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church will be strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building.

CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW THE SERVICE ONLINE

At the end of the service, when the congregation has left, the church will remain open for another 30 minutes to allow those who have been waiting to come into the church to pray, to light candles, to reverence the Holy Icons, or simply to be still in God’s presence

If you can’t come to church
Those of us who can’t come to church, or who are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, can still join together in worship at home. You can follow the service online by clicking the link above. The words of the Typika are also available here, so that all of us can pray and worship together, even if we cannot be physically together in church.

Sermons for Sunday 9th August, in English and Greek, may be found here.

Services on Sunday 2nd August: Live streaming of services

The Hours and Typika will be served on Sunday 2nd August, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church will be strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building. Click here to follow the service online.

At the end of the service, when the congregation has left, the church will remain open for another 30 minutes to allow those who have been waiting to come into the church to pray, to light candles, to reverence the Holy Icons, or simply to be still in God’s presence

If you can’t come to church
Those of us who can’t come to church, or who are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, can still join together in worship at home. You can follow the service online by clicking here. The words of the Typika are also available on the Choir page, so that all of us can pray and worship together, even if we cannot be physically together in church.

Services on Sunday 19th July: Live streaming of services

The Hours and Typika will be served on Sunday 19th July, beginning at 10.30 am.

Planning to come to church during the COVID-19 pandemic
In order to keep us as safe as possible, and to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19, everyone who comes to the church must follow strict rules for social distancing, hygiene, etc. If you are planning to come to the church, please click here to see the rules that you must follow.

If you are clinically vulnerable (i.e. aged 70 or older, or aged under 70 with an underlying health condition) you are strongly urged to read the Government advice before deciding whether to come to church, and to follow the guidance about keeping yourself safe.

Coming to church
The number of people allowed in church will be strictly limited so that people inside can keep 2 metres apart. Admission to the church will be on a strict ‘first come, first served’ basis.

If the church is already full when you arrive, we are very sorry that you will not be allowed to enter until someone else leaves. The service will be live streamed on YouTube so that you can join in with the service from outside the church building. Click here to follow the service online.

At the end of the service, when the congregation has left, the church will remain open for another 30 minutes to allow those who have been waiting to come into the church to pray, to light candles, to reverence the Holy Icons, or simply to be still in God’s presence

If you can’t come to church
Those of us who can’t come to church, or who are clinically vulnerable and have been advised to stay away, can still join together in worship at home. You can follow the service online by clicking here. The words of the Typika are also available on the Choir page, so that all of us can pray and worship together, even if we cannot be physically together in church.