Communiqué from the Archbishop's Office

The Archbishop's office released the following communique (click here to download the pdf document)

Deanery Conference & Festival 2019 (main page)

Date and place: 24th to  27th May 2019 at High Leigh, Hoddesdon, Herts 

Theme: ‘Let your light so shine: Living and Bearing Witness in Britain Today’


          


Bookings are made and paid for the whole length of the Conference. If for some reason you need to stay for one night only, you can register your details on a waiting list and we will try to match you with a person/family that could use the same room on a different date and thus spread the cost - but no guarantees of a place can be given. 


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Feuillet de l'Exarchat September 2018

The September 2018 issue of Feuillet de l'Exarchat is out.

Patriarchal Encyclical For Holy Pascha 2018

+ B A R T H O L O M E W
By God’s Mercy
Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch
To the Plenitude of the Church: May the Grace, Peace and Mercy
of Christ Risen in Glory be with you All


Dear venerable Hierarchs and beloved brothers and sisters in Christ,

The Bishop Spartas Trust for Education in Uganda

‘Someone told me that poor people don’t have dreams, but I didn’t believe that, because God cares.  All this time I have been waiting, and now I think it’s the time for my dreams.’ This was how Athanasios, a young Orthodox Ugandan, responded to the news that he could finally enrol at Kampala International University to study Computer Science

Christmas message 2017/2018 from His Eminence Archbishop John of Charioupolis, Exarch of the Ecumenical Patriarch

To the clergy, monks, nuns and faithful of the Archdiocese of the orthodox parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe

Patriarchal Proclamation of Christmas 2017

Prot. No. 1123

PATRIARCHAL PROCLAMATION
FOR CHRISTMAS


BARTHOLOMEW
By God’s Mercy Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch
To the Plenitude of the Church
Grace, Mercy and Peace from the Savior Christ Born in Bethlehem
* * *


Beloved brothers and sisters in Christ, dear children,

Deanery Conference & Festival 2018 (main page)

Date and place: 25th to  28th May 2018 at High Leigh, Hoddesdon, Herts 

Theme: 'In Peace, let us Pray: Our Encounter with God in Orthodox  Life and Worship', 

 


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Children's Summer Camp Wales 2018

Applications for the Children's Summer Camp Wales 2018 are now open.
To apply for a place please complete and return the attached application form. Once places have been allocated you will be sent further details, including a list of required  clothing and equipment.
Please download and print the application form below.

Northern Singing

News form the Community of St Bega, St Mungo, St Cuthbert & St Herbert, Keswick, UK.

Matushka Elizabeth, with Fr Timothy Curtis, have conducted two music workshops in our parish this year. These have been hugely successful, and have motivated and inspired us in the formation of a choir. Because they took place here, they were well attended by our busy working members who would not be free to travel away. We highly recommend the format and style used, being informative and positive, yet relaxed, and effectively encouraging those recent members entirely new to Orthodox singing. The whole parish has been revitalized by these two events.

Thanks be to God.
Jenny Musther, Parish secretary

 

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