As we enter Holy Week and prepare for Easter Sunday -Christianity’s most important and oldest festival celebrating the resurrection of Christ- here is a reminder of the services scheduled at St. Paul’s Anglican Church over this period.READ MORE
Fr. Malcolm shares the letter of thanks he received from the Hellenic Police’s Brigadier Emmanuel Grigorakis for the Chaplaincy’s effort to provide hot meals to migrants held at the detention centres on the outskirts of Athens.READ MORE
Jean Mertzanakis, honorary secretary of the Anglican Chaplaincy in Athens, reports on the message of thanks addressed to the Anglican community by the representative of the Greek Orthodox Church, Vassileios Meïchanestídis.READ MORE
As Lent progresses through Passiontide and on to Holy Week, before culminating with Easter Sunday -the most important and oldest festival of the Christian Church celebrating the resurrection of Christ- here is a reminder of the services scheduled at St. Paul’s Anglican Church over this period.READ MORE
Thursday 4th February saw the beginning of a programme jointly funded by United Society (a Church of England humanitarian organization) and donations sent to the Anglican Chaplaincy in Athens. Each week, 400 meals are distributed between two Detention Centres on the outskirts of Athens. READ MORE
We are delighted to announce that our Chaplain, the Rev. Canon Malcolm Bradshaw, has been awarded the MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.
The citation reads as follows: ‘Rev. Canon Malcolm McNeille Bradshaw. Senior chaplain, Anglican church (Greece). For services to interfaith understanding and community charities.’
We send him our heartiest congratulations!
In recent weeks, Fr. Malcolm has received an increasing number of questions about the refugees arriving in Greece and the response of the Anglican Church in Athens to this ongoing humanitarian crisis. In order to inform the greatest number possible, he has summarized the Chaplaincy’s response to the refugee crisis since last September.
Max McClellan, coordinator of Us in Greece for the refugee crisis, reports on the story of Afghan refugees fleeing violence and persecution. Us (formerly known as USPG) is the oldest of the Church of England’s missionary/aid organisations.READ MORE