Weekly Bulletin | 11 July to 18 July

For services for the coming week please follow the link to our Calendar page.

Thank you!

Thank you to all those who made such an enormous effort to help for the visit of His Eminence Archbishop Nikitas! Thank you to those gave offerings, to those who cared for the beauty of the church, for those who chanted, and for those who laboured in many other ways and to all those who came to share in the joy of the services.

More details about the Archbishop’s visit along with a gallery of photographs are in the blog post below.

The Archbishop wrote a very kind letter to the Community following his visit in which he thanked the community for the wonderful weekend of fellowship, prayer, and hospitality. He wrote: “I was greatly impressed by the unity, piety and dedication of the people of God in your Community, and pray that the lord will continue to abundantly bless your efforts for the Glory of His Holy Name.”

Catechism and Scripture Study

A weekly catechesim class for inquirers is currently taking place each Tuesday in the Church at 7.00pm. If you are interested in joining please email Fr Stephen or Dcn Panteleimon at info@shrewsburyorthodox.com.

Scripture Study continues to take place via Zoom each Wednesday. The link for joining is as follows:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81629854019?pwd=UzN5b3NTL1h0STJMd2E2ZW1kSHlJZz09

Meeting ID: 816 2985 4019

Passcode: 926265

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