Наш Приход находится под омофором Его Высокопреосвященства Архиепископа Марка Берлинско-Германского и Великобританского, епархия Русской Православной Церкви Загранице…Our parish is under the omophorion of His Eminence Archbishop Mark of Berlin, Germany and Great Britain, Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. 

Our next Divine Liturgy in Church Slavonic : Cheltenham, Saturday 23rd February

Our next Divine Liturgy in Church Slavonic & English is scheduled for Saturday 23rd February with confession at 10.00 am, followed by the Liturgy at 10.30am at Bentham, Cheltenham. 

Наша следующая Божественная литургия на церковно-славянском и английском запланирован на субботу 23 февраля с признанием в 10.00, после Литургии в 10.30 на Бентам,Челтнем.

Father Vitaly

This will be our second Russian Orthodox Liturgy of 2013 and will be served by Father Vitaly Serapinas, a priest attached to our London Cathedral.

We are also pleased to welcome Mother Maria from the Convent of St Elisabeth the New Martyr, Minsk in Belarus.

Mother Maria

Mother Maria has visited us before and will join our Choir. After the Liturgy icons and gifts from the Convent will be on sale to raise funds for the charitable and medical work undertaken by the sisters. A concert tour by the male ensemble ‘The Slavanye’ , attached to the Convent, will also take place in towns across the south of England during February and March –for details of concert tour dates and venues click here.

We propose to hold our first Parish Meeting after the Liturgy when we we will also offer bring and share food. Russian language newspapers and icons will be on sale. Please confirm by email to russianchurchglos@gmail.com or phone/text: 07957 345188 that you will be attending this special liturgy.

Location details here

Fund raising tour of south of England in February & March by The Slavanye ensemble

Saturday, February 23, 2013 (February 10, 2013 by the Julian calendar)
38th Week after Pentecost, Tone four

Hieromartyr Charalampus, bishop of Magnesia in Thessaly, and Martyrs Porphyrius and Baptus (202). Synaxis of Novgorod Hierarchs: Sts. Joachim (1030), Luke the Jew (1058), Germanus (1095), Arcadius (1162), Gregory (1193), Martyrius (1199), Anthony (1232), Basil (1352), Moses (1362), Symeon (1421), Gennadius (1504), Pimen (1571), and Athonius (1648). St. Anna of Novgorod, wife of Yaroslav I (1050).St. Prochorus of the Kiev Caves (1107). St. Longinus, monk, of Koryazhemka (Vologda) (1540). Martyrs Ennatha, Valentina, and Paula of Palestine (308). Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos of Areovindus (“Fiery Vision”).

Суббота, 23 Февраля 2013 года (10 Февраля 2013 по ст.ст.)
Седмица 38-я по Пятидесятнице, Глас четвертый

Сщмч. Харалампия и с ним мчч. Порфирия, Ваптоса и 3-х мучениц (202). Свтт. Иоакима, Луки, Германа, Аркадия, Григория, Мартирия, Антония, Василия и Симеона, епп. Новгородских. Блгв. кн. Анны Новгородской (1056). Прп. Прохора Печерского, в Ближних пещерах (1107). Прп. Лонгина Коряжемского (1540).Мцц. дев Еннафы, Валентины и Павлы (308). Иконы Божией Матери “Огневидная”.

 

 

 

 

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