NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
OUR CHURCH IS ONCE AGAIN CLOSED
Following on from the latest direction we've had from our Archdiocese on Saturday the 09.01.2021, in relation to the measures put in place to restrict the further spread of the Coronavirus, it is with sadness we inform you that our church is now closed and will remain so until further notice. Any updates will be communicated through our website, please keep posted.
You can still join us in prayer every Sunday morning at 9.00am in our Google Meet online services (the first online service is scheduled for Sunday 17th of January ).
Meeting link: https://meet.google.com/nfu-ifqk-cxa
Please click on the link above to join the meeting every Sunday.
Thank you all for your understanding and continuous prayers.
Please stay safe and respect the lockdown rules!
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Celebrations & Passages
The feast of St Anthony the Great
The zealous Elijah you imitated
by your life,
You followed the Baptist
by straight paths, our father Anthony.
You became the founder of the desert,
And strengthened the whole world by your prayers.
And so intercede with Christ our God
that our souls may be saved.
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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Black Country Orthodox Trust
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