Monthly Archives: November 2021
Feast day 20 November. Vespers for the feast of the saint on Friday 19 November at 7.00pm. Of his life little is known. In the year 869 the Danes, who had been wintering at York, marched through Mercia into East Anglia and
There are apparently very few churches dedicated to the 318 Godbearing Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council of Nicaea but we have recently discovered that there is a cave church that shares the dedication in the Oreites Forest in Cyprus.
Looking back over the last couple of years 2020 and 2021 it seems that the youth and their families have in fact risen to the challenges and come out stronger and more committed. Our Varangian Guard has really lived up
John was born in Amathus of Cyprus c. 550 to the patrician Epiphanios, a governor of the island. He married and had children, but was a widower when he was called to become Patriarch of Alexandria on the recommendation of
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira warmly invites you to join it at the 3rd Enlightened Evening reception on Sunday, 12th December 2021 (16:30 to 20:30) at The Hellenic Centre, Marylebone, W1U 5AS. Come and enjoy a sumptuous Greek buffet
St. Nektarios was born in Selybria of Eastern Thrace to the family of Demos and Maria Kephalas on 1st October 1846. He was named Anastasios at his baptism, a name which suited perfectly his early behavior. As a child he
This year we have two beautiful new Christmas Cards for sale, printed from icons of the Nativity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, painted by Aidan Hart. The cards (with envelopes) are blank inside for your own message