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Christmas church services

Thursday 05/01/17

  • 09:30 - Hours
  • 19:00 - Akathist

Friday 06/01/17 - Christmas Eve

  • 10:00 - Divine Liturgy
  • 19:00 - Vespers

Saturday 07/01/17 - THE NATIVITY OF OUR SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST

  • 10:00 - Divine Liturgy
  • 19:00 - Vespers

Sunday 08/01/17 - Synaxis of the Most Holy Theotokos

  • 10:00 - Divine Liturgy

Monday 09/01/17 - Holy Protomartyr and Archdeacon Stephen

  • 10:00 - Divine Liturgy
    19:00 - Vespers

Thursday 12/01/17

  • 9:30 Hours
  • 19:00 Akathist

Friday 13/01/17

  • 9:30 - Hours
  • 19:00 - Vespers

Saturday 14/01/17 - The Circumcision of Jesus Christ, St Basil the Great, New Year

  • 10:00 Divine Liturgy
  • 19:00 Vespers

Sunday 15/01/17 - St Seraphim of Sarov 

  • 10:00 - Divine Liturgy

Entry of the Mother of God into the Temple

If a tree is known by its fruit, and a good tree bears good fruit (cf. Mt. 7:17; Lk. 6:44), then is not the Mother of Goodness Itself, She who bore the Eternal Beauty, incomparably more excellent than every good, whether in this world or the world above?

Saint Nicholas the Miracle-Worker, Archbishop of Myra in Lycia

This saint, famed throughout the entire world today, was the only son of his eminent and wealthy parents, Theophanes and Nona, citizens of Patara in Lycia. They dedicated to God the only son He gave them. St Nicholas was instructed in the spiritual life by his uncle Nicholas, Bishop of Patara (see below), and became a monk at 'New Sion', a monastery founded by his uncle.

Homily on the day of Archangel Michael

svetiarhangelmihailoOur Creator has made us in such a way that we are composed of both the earthly and the heavenly. Because our body is made from dust it is like unto dust, but because our soul was breathed into us by God's lips, we have our origin in the heavens. There are things seen, such as the many and various bodies; there are also things unseen, such as the Angels, simple spirits, not made from any kind of matter. We possess the qualities of creatures both material and immaterial, and I can say that although the Creator has given us the greater ascetic struggle because of these nearly opposite natures, we are nevertheless obligated to preserve a precise balance between them, so that by observing what is natural to the body we do not violate the demands of the soul; and by protecting the soul's privilege, we do not neglect the needs of the body.

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Telephone: 020 7727 8367
E-mail: crkva@spclondon.org