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Next Sevices:

Saturday 2nd November

6.30pm – Vespers, followed by confessions

Sunday 3d November
20th Sunday after Pentecost. Tone 3.
St Hillarion the Great.

10.30 – Hours and confessions
11:00 – Divine Liturgy

Followed by bring and share lunch. Everyone is welcome. Contribution of food is much appreciated.


Our sister Parish in Portsmouth celebrates the Liturgy on the 3d Sunday of the month. 

 More details here.


Patronal Feast 22 September 2019

Our Parish celebrated its Patronal Festival on Sunday, Sept. 22nd.

By the blessing of His Grace, Bishop Matthew of Sourozh, the Divine Liturgy was celebrated by Archimandrite David (Edwards), a native of Southampton who has served for many years in the Canadian Archdiocese of the Orthodox Chrch in America. Fr Dn Viktor Nikiforov assisted. Following the Liturgy a joyful procession was held, after which the parishioners continued the celebration over the bring and share meal which is a regular feature of parish life.

More pictures in the Photogallery


June liturgy

On Sunday 9th June the Divine Liturgy was served at the aincient Church of St. John the Baptist  (Flexford Road, North Baddesley, Southampton, SO52 9BG)

Followed by panikhida for John Brian Dyas, one of our parish's founding members, who is buried in the churchyard there. More pictures in the Photogallery


My First Prayer Book

We are delighted to introduce our first parish publication:
“My first book of Prayers”.

In this little colourful prayer book, we have gathered various Orthodox prayers in both Russian and English for your children’s daily reading. Wherever you go take the book with you, enjoy the beautiful illustrations together with your family and bring the prayer to the world.

More information on our Publications page.



First Christmas Services at the Parish of St Silouan, Southampton

Our Christmas was framed by two festive meals with many traditional Russian dishes: a Christmas Eve meal before the Vigil service, and one after the Liturgy on Old Style Christmas Day. There were also craft activities for the children. The two days had a wonderful atmosphere of joy and celebration.

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A beautiful short video about our Parish