Next Services:

Sunday, 17 June

 3rd Sunday after Pentecost.
St. Metrophanes, first archbishop of Constantinople (326).
Fast of the Holy Apostles.
 

 10.45am - Obednitsa (Reader's Service) followed by tea.


Saturday, June 30
6.30 pm
– Vespers, Confessions. 

Sunday, July 1
10.00 am - Hours and Confessions
10.30 am - Divine Liturgy

followed by bring and share lunch

 


 

 

 

Monday
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July 11th - Anniversary of the repose of Fr. Sophrony

Archimandrite Sophrony, spiritual son and biographer of St. Silouan of Mt. Athos, and founder of the Monastery of St. John the Baptist, Essex

1896-1993

Monday
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Sunday, 3 July 2011

Divine Liturgy

3d Sunday after Pentecost, tone 2.

The memory of All the Saints of Britain and Ireland

Hours and confession 10.30
Liturgy 11.00

Followed by meal, all welcome. Apostles' Fast fish, wine and oil allowed. Donations of food on the day would be much appreciated.

Thursday
May052011

Pentecost Service

Sunday 12th June 2011

Day of the Holy Trinity. Pentecost.

Hours and confession 10.30
Liturgy 11.00

Followed by meal, all welcome. Donations of food on the day would be much appreciated.

The children's Sunday School will take place immediately after, when Anastasia is planning to help the children make some gifts for the feast.

Friday
Apr152011

Easter Service

Please note the change to the Easter services schedule:

Saturday 30th April:
Vespers 6pm - followed by confessions

Sunday 1st May - Thomas Sunday:
Hours 10.30am, Divine Liturgy 11.00pm

Please bring Paschal food for the meal on the Sunday, that we can still celebrate as a parish.
Thursday
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7 April 2011

The Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary

Troparion (Tone 4)

Today is the beginning of our salvation, the revelation of the eternal mystery! The  Son of God becomes the Son of the Virgin as Gabriel announces the coming of Grace. Together with him let us cry to the Theotokos: “Rejoice, O Full of Grace,// the Lord is with you!”

Kontakion (Tone 8)

O victorious leader of triumphant hosts! We, your servants delivered from evil sing our grateful thanks to you, O Theotokos. As you possess invincible might set us free from every calamity so that we may sing; “Rejoice, O unwedded Bride!”