The Orthodox Eucharistic Community Of St Theodore Of Canterbury

Priest responsible: Archpriest Alexander Fostiropoulos

Location: Memorial Chapel,
The King's School, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2ES
(entry via the Mint Yard Gate)

Service Times

Following the Government’s plan for easing restrictions due to the pandemic, we have considered returning once again to our communal worship. Although it still does not seem possible to make firm and definite long term plans, aware that the seasons of Great Lent and Easter are approaching, we plan to celebrate the Liturgy at All Saints’ church, Military Road, Canterbury CT1 1PA, where we have been so warmly welcome since last autumn, on:

Saturday 27th March 2021 at 11.00 am
and
Saturday 24th April 2021 at 11.00 am

These and any dates in subsquent months, inevitably, remain subject to possible change as the pandemic situation in the country develops. Of course, we shall follow all the agreed guidelines and protocols whenever we use All Saints’ church for worship.

All Saints' church, where we are worshipping during the period of the pandemic, is located between the Sorting Office of the Royal Mail and the Canterbury City Council on Military Road, with ample on-street parking nearby.

As we approach the season of Great Lent, we continue to pray that our God, in His great mercy, will guide and protect everyone!

Father Alexander


Information:Memorial Court, King's School The Liturgy is celebrated normally on the third Sunday of every month. The service used is the Divine Liturgy of St John Chrysostom (of St Basil the Great during Lent), sung mainly in English, with some prayers in Greek and Church Slavonic.

After the service, all are welcome to join us at our bring-and-share lunch

The community is part of the worldwide Orthodox Church, being part of the Deanery of Great Britain and Ireland of the Exarchate of Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition, within the Jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate

 Our local members represent a diversity of Orthodox languages and cultures, including English, American, Arab, Bulgarian, Cypriot, Finish, Georgian, Greek, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian.

Members of all Christian communities are most welcome to attend our services


Local contacts

Peter and Maria Moore
26 St Augustine's Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1XR
telephone: 01227 452 804  e-mail: moore.com@gmail.com

Roy Simmons
3 Bournemouth Gardens, Folkestone, Kent CT19 5BB
telephone: 01303 254 545

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