Holy Week Arrangements – click here

All services are being livestreamed on our Facebook Page

(You do not need a Facebook profile or account to access the page and the stream )

www.facebook.com/StDemetriosGB

Access our online drive to find family guides to Holy Week, and copies of all the services in Greek and English.

Latest Service: Resurrection Service

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Special Announcement

Dear Parishioners,

In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and following the Prime Minister’s announcement of 23rd March, H.E. Archbishop Nikitas has written to clergy requiring that churches remain closed for public services, except for funerals, until further notice.

These are very difficult times when many would be taking refuge in the church. You may have concerns or questions, and some of you may have lost family members and require spiritual support.

If you need to speak to a priest while the church is closed please use the telephone number below.

Fr John:  07523203022

Furthermore, the Archdiocese is providing free online psychological support to anyone in need.

Enquiries: Dr. Nikolaos Souvlakis (Orthodox Psychotherapist)

Tel.: 07971876711

Email: nikolaos.souvlakis@lst.ac.uk

Keep Well, Keep Safe

God Bless 

A special thanks to Ages Initiative – Digital Chant Stand which have made it possible for us to share the service texts with you.


 

“Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.”  Romans 15:7

Saint Demetrios is a parish of the Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain under the Ecumenical PatriarchateOur priest in charge is Rev’d Oeconomos Fr. John Hookway, assisted by Reverend  Evangelos Liassi.

Matins and Divine Liturgy (in Greek with some English) is celebrated on Sundays from 08.30 am to 12.00 pm and on weekdays from 9.00 am to 11.30 am according to the programme of services for the month. An English Liturgy takes place at least once a month according to the programmeFind out what is going on at the parish by checking the news page. To get the most up to date news follow us on  Facebook  

The Parish Priests, Chairman and Committee would like to thank you all for your charitable donations which keeps your parish operating, any one wishing to leave a gift may do so below in the PayPal link.

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