Orthodox Course in Faith and Life
After the decision of the Holy Synod of Antioch on 15th October 2013 the communities on this site all belong to the Archdiocese of the British Isles and Ireland. The existing charity will serve them until a new charity for the Archdiocese can be set up, ie., after the first Metropolitan Archbishop is elected and enthroned. COMMUNIQUE TEXT.
The above is our candidate to the Holy Synod to be our first resident bishop - Fr. Philip Hall We have received supportive references from His Eminence Metropolitan Kallistos Ware (English) (Arabic) and Mother Photina from a Valaam dependency in France. (English) (Arabic).
A Synaxarion of the Saints of the British Isles and Ireland (compiled by Fr. John Musther)
The Saints of the Isles
Abduction of the Archbishops
On the anniversary of their abduction we pray for their Eminences Paul (Yazigi) of Aleppo and Alexandretta (right) and Bishop John (Ibrahim) Syriac Orthodox Bishop of Aleppo (left), abducted by unknown persons and whereabouts unknown.
First International Antiochian Orthodox Conference
protecting our children and vulnerable adults
if you have any concerns
|Online Chapel (renewed weekly for the following Sunday every Wednesday) courtesy of our Manchester parish of St. Aidan.|
courtesy of the Antiochian Orthodox Diocese of Los Angeles and the West in America
Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, Cambridge.
Many courses available.
|Icons by Efrem Carrasco from our Manchester parish.||
E-Quip is a
Diploma in Orthodox Theology maintained by our Manchester
Orthodox Christianity for Absolute Beginners
(a fascinating story of an early English
bearer of Orthodoxy
to North America, researched - and a lecture delivered - by Nicholas Chapman)
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