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Remembrance Sunday at St Paul’s Anglican Church Athens

On Sunday 13th November, Fr Malcolm led the congregation in a Service of Remembrance to honour all those who died in the Two World Wars and in subsequent conflicts around the world. Official guests included Their Excellences the Ambassadors for Great Britain, Ireland, Canada and Slovakia, theConsul General for New Zealand, and the British, French and Canadian Defence Attaches.The Rev Rabbi Gabriel Negrin of the Beth Shalom Synagogue was also in attendance.

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New Kifissia venue for Community Connect coffee mornings

As of October 2016, Community Connect coffee mornings in Kifissia, held every third Wednesday of the month, have a new venue: the Loida Scripture Union Home for the Elderly (one of the Chaplaincy charities), Ionias 46 & Levidou, Kifissia (above Harilaou Trikoupi).  Drivers please be aware of the one-way system!READ MORE

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Summer Services at St. Paul’s

Greek summer and the lure of blue skies and blue sea is strong… But whether you admire the wide horizon from a mountainside or from the sea shore, if you’re in town over the weekend do attend services on a Sunday! Consult the Calendar for the exact time – and be assured of a smiling welcome.

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THE ORDINATION AS DEACON OF CHRISTINE SACCALI

Sunday 3rd July was a time of joyful celebration as, for the ordination of our Reader, Christine Saccali, to the Distinctive Diaconate, we welcomed to Athens Bishop David Hamid, Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese in Europe, together with the Archdeacon of the East, the Ven. Colin Williams; the Diocesan Director of Ordinands, the Rev. Canon William Gulliford; the Deacon of the Rite and Preacher, the Rev. Deacon Frances Hill; and, the Rev. Robin Fox (who acted as Bishop David’s chaplain during the Service).READ MORE

WE REMEMBER

In a “postcard” from the Yorkshire Dales, Jean Mertzanakis links the exhibition at St. Paul’s in honour of those who fought in the Great War to the commemoration included on Armed Forces Day in the market town of Skipton.READ MORE