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A short order of service for Praying daily at home in the morning and evening

+Both morning and evening begin with:

Blessed be God, Father, Son and Holy  Spirit. Amen.

 +Morning only:

Come, let us sing to the Lord:

Let us shout for joy to the rock of our salvation.

Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving:

And raise a loud shout to him with psalms.

For  the Lord God is a great God:

And a great King above all  gods.

In his hands are the depths of the earth;

And the heights of the hills are his also.

The sea is his for he made it;

And his hands have moulded the dry land.

Come, let us bow down and bend the knee;

And kneel before the Lord our Maker.

For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture

And  the sheep of his hand.

+Evening only:

Behold now, bless the Lord,

All you servants of the Lord;

You that stand by night in the house of the Lord.

Lift up your hands in the holy place

And bless the Lord:

The Lord who made heaven and earth

Bless you out of Zion.



ST PAUL’S ANGLICAN CHURCH ATHENS DIOCESE IN EUROPE Everything We Touch – A Mothers’ Union Service for Mothering Sunday


Welcome to this service for Mothering Sunday, a celebration, not only to thank God for all Mothers but to thank and recognise all those who nurture us through our lives, including God.

The work of the Mothers’ Union around the world is about nurturing individuals, groups and communities by enabling them to improve their quality of life and providing opportunities for communication and reconciliation within families. The MU facilitates a network of parenting groups, provides a range of support for families and produces resources on issues important to adults and children.

Leader: ‘As truly as God is our Father, so truly is God our Mother, and he revealed that in everything, and especially in these sweet words where he says: I am he; that is to say: I am he, the power and goodness of fatherhood; I am he, the wisdom and the lovingness of motherhood; I am he, the light and grace which is all blessed love; I am he, the Trinity …’ (The Showings, Long Text, Mother Julian of Norwich, 14th century)

Worship Focus

You are asked to light a candle and put it in a window or place where it can be seen at 9pm greek time tonight. Please extinguish it when you got to bed. This is an initiative asked of us by Abps of  Canterbury and York. ( see Church of England website)

Nurturing God,

we light this candle

in recognition of the great care and love

you have for each one of us.

All Nurturing God,

we praise and thank you.

Nurturing God,

we light this candle

in thanksgiving for all mothers,

for all they do, or once did,

for all they give, or once gave

and for all they mean and will always mean.

All: Nurturing God,

we praise and thank you.

Nurturing God,

we light this candle

for all families

throughout the world.

All Nurturing God,

we praise and thank you.

Nurturing God,

we light this candle

for the family of the Church,

here and everywhere. And for all peoples.

All Nurturing God,

we praise and thank you.

Nurturing God,

we light this candle

for all who nurture

and encourage others may we do the same as we journey together as one..

All Nurturing God,

we praise and thank you


sermon news


Due to the widespread affect of the current Coronovirus outbreak the Liturgies at St. Paul’s are cancelled for the next two weeks -22nd March and 29th March.

This includes the Wednesday Liturgies.

The Annual Meeting due to be held on 29th is postponed until a future date.

ALL CONCERTS booked in St. Paul’s are cancelled until the end of March when we will make an assessment of the situation.

To find out if services are resuming on April 5th please check our website and Facebook page.


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PLEASE NOTE that all CONCERTS at St Paul’s have been cancelled by their Organisers with immediate effect.  This is in line with Government Policy.

Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook pages for further information and for details of when the concerts will re-commence.  We apologise to everyone for their disappointment and pray that these measures will be effective in helping to eradicate the virus so that we can welcome visitors to St Paul’s once again.

sermon news

St. Paul’s Anglican Church response to the Coronavirus

St. Paul’s Anglican Church response to the Coronavirus

At public worship:

  • Sanitize hands on entering and leaving the building
  • Do not shake hands or do ‘kissy-kissy’ greetings
  • Have gel or wipes with you at all times
  • Bread only distributed at Holy Communion

We will follow Government directives about any church closures. The Wednesday Liturgy is suspended for the next few weeks anyway.

If St. Paul’s has to close, and no worship can be provided there will always be a weekly sermon posted on the website – in printed form, and where possible, a voice recording. You can access these also on Facebook.

There is a very good ‘Daily Prayer’ app that you could download for free, and you will get Anglican Morning and Evening Prayer provided. It is very simple to use.

At home you might set aside time each day for some quiet reflection and prayer. Keep in touch with the elderly and in particular any known to you who live alone. At present shops that deliver food can stay open.

Pray for one another, and all who are suffering worldwide from this virus – including those whose livelihoods are affected eg. tourism



St Paul’s Concert Chorale- John Smedstad, Director

Wednesday 18th March 2020, 19.00


The St Paul’s Concert Chorale is the premiere choral ensemble on the campus of St Paul’s School for Boys, an independent day school located north of Baltimore, MD, USA. The Ensemble is an auditioned male chorus comprised of boys whose ages range from 15 to 18 years old. Past tours included Spain, Morocco, Iceland, Czech Republic and Germany.

Organized by: Inspired Voyager Athens Branch



Tel. 210 8951620, 6944474917, e-mail:

Remi and the Road-PHOTO


Saturday 14th March 2020, 20.30


The singer Remi & the Road, along with an atmospheric string ensemble, presents a set of Folk – Country – Americana music through his rich discography as well as heroes of the time such as Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.

His distinctive and warm voice, combined with melodies travelling from America to the Irish tradition of Folk music at its origins, create an atmospheric night framed by true stories and narratives.

Organized by: Adam Papadopoulou MKO

ENTRANCE BY TICKETS: 12 and 10 euros

Information and tickets presale:

Tel. 13855, 211 7700 000 and 211760 3000



Thursday 12th March 2019, 20.30


After two two hugely successful cycles of the Taste the Music series, United We Fly is releasing REMISSION. A new series of concerts, faithful to the special and exploring aesthetics of the projects created by the company in recent years. It all starts and evolves in the hospitable and beloved place of St. Paul’s evangelical Anglican Church. The REMISSION concert spring season begins on March 12th with Chimerini Kolimvites band. One of the most historic and idiosyncratic gatherings of the Greek music scene, Chimerini Kolimvites, launch the first REMISSION cycle, a few days before their 40th anniversary concert and 55 years since the creation of their original core with I. Papadas K. Sideris and A. Bakirtzis.


Organized by: United We Fly IKE


Information: United We Fly: Tel: 2106985340,

Tickets pre-sale:

Tel. 13855, 211 7700 000 and 211760 3000