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Oecumenical Patriarchate
Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
University Road, Bristol BS8 1SP

Calendar

Our regular Divine Liturgy is at 10:30-12:00 every Sunday.


We have Vespers at 18:30 on the Saturday of the last full weekend of every month.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Confession

If you would like to come for confession this is possible on Sundays before Divine Liturgy from 10:00 or afterwards. Confession can also be heard before or after

Vespers or at a time to be arranged with Archimandrite Kyril.<archimandrite.kyril@gmail.com>,  0117 970 6302/07944 860 955

 

 

 


SERVICES FOR 2017

Link to SERVICES LIST page 

Download word document: 2017- Jan 2018


PARISH EVENTS 2017

Please mark these dates in your diaries as help will be needed! Enquires and suggestions to Christina (cfraij91@gmail.com)
For open days, please bring only cakes and desserts. You may simply drop them off and leave, since only a small number of people will be able to manage those days. More help will kindly be needed for the Bazaars – watch out for updates prior to the date
  • 25th Nov CHRISTMAS BAZAAR All sorts of drinks, food and items to sell

CALENDAR OF ALL SERVICES AND EVENTS

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Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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Nativity Fast
Nativity Fast
Nov 15 – Dec 24 all-day
A period of 40 days of abstinence and penance in preparation for the Nativity of Jesus (Christmas).
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Divine Liturgy 10:30 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 3 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Eurachistic service. The Divine Liturgy transcends time, and the world. All believers are united in worship in the Kingdom of God along with departed saints and angels. To this end, everything in the Liturgy is symbolic, yet also not just merely …
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Divine Liturgy 10:30 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 10 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Eurachistic service. The Divine Liturgy transcends time, and the world. All believers are united in worship in the Kingdom of God along with departed saints and angels. To this end, everything in the Liturgy is symbolic, yet also not just merely …
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Divine Liturgy 10:30 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Eurachistic service. The Divine Liturgy transcends time, and the world. All believers are united in worship in the Kingdom of God along with departed saints and angels. To this end, everything in the Liturgy is symbolic, yet also not just merely …
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Eve of the Nativity of Christ
Eve of the Nativity of Christ
Dec 24 all-day
On the eve of Christmas, the Royal Hours are read and the Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil is served with Vespers. At these services the Old Testament prophecies of Christ’s birth are chanted, emphasizing the prophecy of Micah which foretells …
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Divine Liturgy 10:30 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 24 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Eurachistic service. The Divine Liturgy transcends time, and the world. All believers are united in worship in the Kingdom of God along with departed saints and angels. To this end, everything in the Liturgy is symbolic, yet also not just merely …
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Great Vespers 12:00 pm
Great Vespers
Dec 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Eve of the Nativity of Christ On the eve of Christmas, the Royal Hours are read and the Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil is served with Vespers. At these services the Old Testament prophecies of Christ’s birth are chanted, emphasizing …
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25
Nativity of the Lord
Nativity of the Lord
Dec 25 all-day
The feast of Christmas is formally entitled the Nativity in the Flesh of our Lord and God and Saviour Jesus Christ. At Christmas we celebrate the birth as a man of the Son of God, the one who together with …
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Divine Liturgy 9:00 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 25 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
The feast of Christmas is formally entitled the Nativity in the Flesh of our Lord and God and Saviour Jesus Christ. At Christmas we celebrate the birth as a man of the Son of God, the one who together with …
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Divine Liturgy 10:30 am
Divine Liturgy
Dec 31 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Eurachistic service. The Divine Liturgy transcends time, and the world. All believers are united in worship in the Kingdom of God along with departed saints and angels. To this end, everything in the Liturgy is symbolic, yet also not just merely …
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