Name Day of Archbishop Gregorios

Archdiocesan Chapel of the Annunciation of the Theotokos

5, Craven Hill, London W2 3EN   Tel: 020 7723 4787

Sunday, 24/1/2016
6.00-7.30 p.m.

Great Vespers for the Feast of Saint Gregory

 

Monday, 25/1/2016
9.00am – 12.30pm.

Matins & Divine Liturgy, presided by Archbishop Gregorios

 

Calendar Dates for the Diary

Orthodox Easter 2016 falls on the 1st May

(5 weeks after the western Easter – 27.03.16)

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Orthodox Holy Week begins on Monday 25th April

Orthodox Good Friday is on 29th April

Coffee Morning in aid of St. Gregory’s

http://www.stgregorysfoundation.org.uk/

Thursday 28 January – George and Shirley Guest will be holding a Coffee Morning in aid of St. Gregory’s at 32 Woodwise, Pinner, HA5 2JE. As ever there is JAM and MARMALADE for sale and a RAFFLE (prizes welcome).

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Shirley thanks those who came to her two mornings this year which raised £ 2000. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate at the Coffee Morning and bring your items for sale to fundraise – cakes, biscuits, jam, toiletries and unwanted gifts. Or make your own gift – any idea is welcome! If brought on the day please price the goods with small labels. A limited number of light lunches will be available. If you would like to know more please email: georgeguest@gmail.com

Voyages of the Celtic Saints

ISBN: 9781845271466

This book describes the adventurous and challenging voyages undertaken by Celtic saints during the early middle ages. These voyages linked the Celtic societies of western Britain, Ireland and Brittany with Christian centres of the Mediterranean such as Rome, Athens, Egypt and Palestine. Celtic saints also sailed as far north as Iceland and south to the Azores.

The author explains why the Celtic saints undertook these perilous voyages and a description of early boat building and navigation demonstrates how these voyages were possible.