Bewnans Ke: A Cornish Play on the LIfe of St Ke and Arthur

Wed 6 Dec 2017, 1:15PM

To coincide with the 2017 Year of Legends and our current Arthur and Welsh Mythology  exhibition, a presentation about a Medieval Cornish manuscript.

Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales

***Event held in English***

***Free admission by ticket***

I fynd law yn llaw â Blwyddyn Chwedlau 2017 a’n harddangosfa gyfredol ar Arthur a Chwedloniaeth Cymru, cyflwyniad am lawysgrif Ganoloesol Gernyweg.

***Cyflwyniad trwy gyfrwng y Saesneg***

***Mynediad am ddim trwy docyn***

Troparion of St Kea
Tone 1
Thou wast unsparing in thy missionary labours
in Brittany and Cornwall, O Hierarch Kea.
As thou didst make the flame of the orthodox Faith burn brightly in the face of defiant paganism,
pray to God for us,
that we devote our lives to confronting the paganism of our times
for the glory of Christ’s Kingdom and the salvation of men’s souls


Day long seminar on Orthodoxy

There will be a day long seminar on ‘The (Greek, Russian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Rumanian …) Orthodox Church – History – iconography – music Introduced by Dr Peter Brooke on Wednesday 4th October 2017 at Coleg Trefeca (centre of the eighteenth century Welsh Methodist revival).
This is Day 4 of a series of ‘Days of Spiritual Reflection’ organised by Jonathan Morgan
Price: £22.00 (includes 3 course lunch, tea/coffee etc)
Contact Coleg Trefeca, Trefeca, Brecon, Powys LD3 OPP Tel: 01874 711423

07.10.17 The Annual Holywell Pilgrimage for St. Winefride


Holywell, Flintshire, North Wales, CH8 7LS


Hours and Divine Liturgy                                         10.30hrs

Picnic Lunch

The Procession to the Well with the Relic of St Winifred, the Molieben and Agiasmos; the day concludes with Great Vespers.                                                                   15.00hrs

Further information:

Phone Fr Pancratios on:      01244 659717 or  07850 467675

The Orthodox Christian Community of St Barbara the Great Martyr, Chester



Vespers for the Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokos

Vespers for the Feast of the Dormition

Monday 14th August

18.15hrs, Vespers and Artoklasia

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In giving birth, you preserved your virginity. In falling asleep you did not forsake the world, O Theotokos. You were translated to life, O Mother of Life, and by your prayers, you deliver our souls from death.


Neither the tomb, nor death, could hold the Theotokos, who is constant in prayer and our firm hope in her intercessions. For being the Mother of Life, she was translated to life, by the One who dwelt in her virginal womb.