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Scheduled Zoom Sunday Meeting

This  Sunday, 4th Sunday after Trinity – 28th June 2020, will be the last Sunday Zoom Service until September.  From Sunday 5th July there will be Public Worship at St Paul’s Athens at 10.15 hrs, and 10.00 hrs on Wednesdays.

The Church is open for private prayer from 10.00 – 14.00 hrs Tuesdays – Saturdays.

 

Wednesday 8th July – come along to the 10.00am Liturgy followed by a coffee morning and ‘table top sale’ in the church garden.

 Saturday 18th July – there will be a small Bazaar in the Church Garden – look out for details.

 Sunday 26th July – 11.30am Thanksgiving Service for Mr. John Day at 11.30am. (Led by Deacon Christine)

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Sunday Liturgies at St Paul's

Our Zoom Services have now finished for the summer and will re-commence in September.

A spoken service has now re-commenced at St Paul’s Athens, at the usual time of 10.15 hrs. Although hand-sanitizing  and Social Distancing protocols will be in place, we hope everyone will come and join us once again.  Having worshipped from ‘afar’ in our own homes for so long, we are really looking forward to seeing as many people as possible to share in our communal worship.

You can download and print or just follow the service here

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Quiet Evening worship

Leonard Doolan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Quiet Evening Worship

Time: May 6, 2020 06:00 PM Athens

        Every week on Wed, until Jun 24, 2020, 8 occurrence(s)

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        May 13, 2020 06:00 PM

        May 20, 2020 06:00 PM

        May 27, 2020 06:00 PM

        Jun 3, 2020 06:00 PM

        Jun 10, 2020 06:00 PM

        Jun 17, 2020 06:00 PM

        Jun 24, 2020 06:00 PM

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HISTORY & TEAM ST. PAUL’S

ST. PAUL’S ATHENS: HERE SINCE 1843

Welcome to St. Paul’s Anglican Church Athens, the earliest foreign church in the Greek capital!

Consecrated on Palm Sunday in 1843 by the Rt. Rev. George Tomlinson, Bishop of Gibraltar, St. Paul’s has been a steady focus ever since of worship, pastoral care and cultural activities for the English-speaking residents of Athens, as well as for visitors journeying through the city. For the Anglican Church, it is both a joy and a privilege to have a presence in a land that has such prominence in the New Testament. It gives us great delight if you are able share this privilege with us as a resident, as a visitor or as a pilgrim.

St. Paul’s Anglican Church is at 27, Philellinon Street & Amalias Avenue, near Syntagma Square in the centre of Athens.

We are

A WARM-HEARTED

lively group, open to others and welcoming. We provide social welfare, pastoral care to those in need, to the homeless and refugees, as well as to unaccompanied migrant minors.

We offer

A PLACE

of worship, Christian education, spiritual growth and cultural activities to English-speaking residents of Athens and visitors journeying through the city.

We make a

STRONG POINT

of fostering good relations with other mainstream Christian Churches and humanitarian organizations in the city, around Greece and in the rest of the world.

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SENIOR CHAPLAIN

Rev. Canon Leonard Doolan

Resides in central Athens

Tel.: (+30) 210 721 4906

info@anglicanchurchathens.gr

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DEACON & LICENSED READER

There is a deacon and a licensed reader:

Deacon:
Rev. Christine Saccali

csaccali@yahoo.co.uk

Licensed reader:
Mrs Sherry Angelis

sherstar@otenet.gr

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CHURCH WARDENS

There are two church wardens:

Mr Nigel Daniels (St. Paul’s)

nigeltd@yahoo.co.uk

Mr Trevor Kamuzonde (St Paul’s)

treck7@gmail.com

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SAFEGUARDING OFFICER

We have a Safeguarding Officer in this Church

If you would like to speak to someone regarding a safeguarding issue at St Paul’s please contact

Mrs Lynne Stavrou

Phone: 211 183 8414
Mob: +30 693 832 5088

To view the full Diocesan Policy on Safeguarding please click here

 

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YEARS IN ATHENS

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MEALS A DAY FOR THE HOMELESS

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YEARS OF A CHRISTMAS BAZAAR

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EUROS RAISED SINCE 2012 FOR THE GREEK CRISIS VICTIMS & REFUGEES

PASTORAL CARE

A FULL WELFARE PROGRAMME: EVERY WEEK

Social welfare is part of the programme of the Anglican Church in Athens. The Anglican Church helps with the ‘Church in the Street’ ecumenical project, whereby 800 meals are distributed to homeless people daily. It is also associated with caring for those with Down Syndrome, a Senior Citizens’ home and, more recently, has been tirelessly involved with the refugee crisis.

ST. PAUL’S
offers a place to worship
IN THE CENTRE OF ATHENS

ST. PAUL’S
responds to the
REFUGEE CRISIS DAILY

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provides food & comfort to
THE HOMELESS DAILY

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works hand-in-hand with other
CHURCHES IN GREECE

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collaborates with the
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helps unaccompanied
MIGRANT MINORS

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GUIDANCE & ADVICE

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THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

CULTURE ST. PAUL’S

AN EXCITING CULTURAL PROGRAMME EVERY YEAR

Every year, St. Paul’s organises a tapestry of cultural events, where music is predominant. The church building’s excellent acoustics and the beautiful tone of its organ provide the ideal combination for a series of spring concerts. Recitals of early music are also held in the autumn, among others by the Ex Silentio ensemble and the Brussels Virtuosi Orchestra. These are complemented by a ‘sing-along’ of Handel’s Messiah at the approach of Christmas, where everybody can add their voice and rejoice.

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THE OLDEST PIPE ORGAN IN GREECE

St. Paul’s Church is the proud owner of a pipe organ made by the reputed organ makers William Hill & Sons at the turn of the 20th century. Installed in 1901 to mark Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897, it plays a central role in our services, as well as being a rare outlet in Greece for the corpus of music associated with the organ.

EXCELLENT ACOUSTICS

St. Paul’s excellent acoustics and the beautiful tone of its organ provide the ideal combination for concerts and musical events, so that Hellenic and foreign orchestras, choirs and soloists seek out its use. Indeed, in 2015, Christina Antoniadou, our organist and director of the annual Spring Organ Concerts, received an award from EFFE (Europe for Festival, Festival for Europe) ‘for outstanding quality, as well as making a significant impact at the local, national and international level’.

FREE EVENTS

A number of free events are held annually in St. Paul’s, offering the opportunity to mingle with like-minded people, fellow English-speakers and interesting ‘outsiders’. Some are regular, such as the ‘sing-along’ of Handel’s Messiah or the children’s Easter Egg hunt, while others relate to important events, like the commemoration of the Great War’s centenary. Check out our posts to see what is on and then come and join us!

MONTHLY CHORAL EVENSONG

The Schola Sanctorum Sancti Pauli is unique as a school for Renaissance and Baroque polyphony in Greece. Funded by its current director Iason Marmaras in 2016 it works closely with the Centre for Early Music of the Athens Conservatoire and St Paul’s to provide its Scholares with a high-level education in the singing of polyphony through monthly lectures, rehearsals and performances.

BOOKING ST. PAUL’S

Steal a march on your competitors, impress with your originality, think outside the box: give an extra dimension to the event you are planning by booking the premises of St. Paul’s Church – or its garden when the weather is fine. A listed building with excellent acoustics, it offers itself as a backdrop for a wide range of events, from wine tastings to photography exhibitions, fashion shoots to lectures, concerts to book presentations. You name it – and we’ll help you do it!

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ST. PAUL’S CARES

CHURCH MATTERS AND MUCH MORE

The Chaplaincy is actively involved in the world surrounding it, whether this relates to those made vulnerable by the ongoing economic crisis in Greece, the refugees fleeing war and insecurity, or the problems faced by members of its congregation. People matter – and St. Paul’s considers that, beyond matters of faith, its ministry should be open to the world, collaborating with other Christian Churches, helping as many as it can, while also tending to its flock. Join us in our weekly services, participate in our events, contribute to our endeavours to make our world a better one!

SUPPORTING ST. PAUL’S

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Contrary to popular belief, we do not receive any funding whether from the Britisih government or the Church of England.

We have to meet all our financial needs on our own and struggle to cover our core costs. We have to raise every single cent ourselves and are reliant on the generosity of supporters to be able to deliver vital help and care. Every gift helps ensure St. Paul’s can continue to offer moments of peace, reflection and prayer to all who seek it. Some companies and individuals already contribute regularly and for their generosity we are grateful and most thankful. We sincerely hope you will join them and make a donation – we need your help!

Thank you and God bless you!

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St. Paul’s Anglican Church is a beautiful building of great historical interest. It is a well-known landmark, situated at the busy junction of Philellinon Street and Queen Amalias Avenue, opposite the National Gardens. Built in early 19th-century Gothic style and consecrated on Palm Sunday, 1843, it is a listed building with excellent acoustics and a church organ, the oldest working pipe organ in Greece. Discover it!

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