The Orthodox Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God.
Archdiocese of Thyateira in the Ecumenical Patriarchate
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
OUR CHURCH IS OPEN
Our church is now open for parishioners FOR THE SUNDAY MATINS & LITURGY ONLY BETWEEN
9-11.30 am each week.
The strictest lockdown rules still apply and our stewards will be there to ensure that the church stays a safe environment for all. Please respect their instructions and comply with the rules imposed.
If you are in the vulnerable category and/or do not feel ready to travel to church just yet, you can still attend the Matins and Liturgy electronically by accessing the live streaming link on our Facebook page
at 09.00 am on Sunday mornings.
Thank you all for your understanding and continuous prayers.
Please stay safe and respect the lockdown rules!
Our media database includes the latest news footage and archives of past The Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God articles. Here you will find the collection of publications and reports dating from the organization’s inception in 2000, all the way up to the present day. Check out some of our featured articles below and learn more about our efforts.
Celebrations & Passages
Sunday of the Blind Man; Leavetaking of Pascha 9th June
The angel cried aloud to her that is full of grace:
Pure Virgin, rejoice! and again I say, rejoice!
For your Son has arisen from the tomb on the third day.
Shine, shine, O new Jerusalem!
For the glory of the Lord has shone upon you.
Dance now and be glad, O Zion!
And you too rejoice, O Theotokos,
At the arising of him to whom you gave birth!
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.
CONTACT THE CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
Black Country Orthodox Trust
1A Sun Street