The Orthodox Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God.
Archdiocese of Thyateira in the Ecumenical Patriarchate
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Annual General Meeting of the parish will be held on Wednesday 8th December online at 6 pm. Details can be found here and full information will be sent shortly to paid-up members of the Black Country Orthodox Trust.
CURRENT COVID PRECAUTIONS
We are now free from official restrictions, but that we must still be cautious and observe certain precautions when inside the church:
Separate households must keep a distance of ONE metre apart. This now allows more people to be in the main church.
Face masks are no longer required to be worn but those who wish to keep them are welcome to do so.
PLEASE CONTINUE TO:
Use track and trace, follow the arrows for the one-way system, sanitise, wash hands, not attend church with Covid symptoms or when in quarantine.
We are continually reviewing our Covid measures. Please stay safe!
Celebrations & Passages
The approach of Christmas
Today the Virgin comes
To the cave to give birth ineffably
To the eternal Word.
Hearing this, dance, o inhabited world!
Glorify, with angels and with shepherds,
Him who willed to be made manifest,
A little child,
God before the ages.
We are an Orthodox church in the Archdiocese of Thyateira under the Ecumenical patriarchate. The parish was established in the year 2000, when the late Archbishop Gregorios visited and gave his blessing for us to negotiate the purchase of the church building and the former vicarage from the Anglican Church. The main services are in English and we use the traditional byzantine chant. As an Orthodox Church, we welcome Orthodox Christians of whatever background. We celebrate weddings, baptisms, funerals, house blessings and other prayers and services in whatever language is most suitable for the families and communities concerned.: English, Greek, Romanian, Slavonic.
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CONTACT THE CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
Black Country Orthodox Trust
1A Sun Street