Sorrow into Joy – 2017 Conference

14 – 16 July 2017

Sorrow into Joy

CONFERENCE POSTER
Speakers to include


Metropolitan Silouan of

the British Isles & Ireland

Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia

Mother Sarah

Dr Razvan Porumb

High Leigh Conference Centre

Hoddesdon, Herts  EN11 8SG

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2016 Events

2016 is shaping up to be another fascinating year for the Orthodox Fellowship of St John the Baptist.  Why not join us to meet others in fellowship and in a spirit of learning?

Annual Fellowship study weekend in Walsall, 22-24 January, ‘What are Priests for?’ (report forthcoming).

Women’s Ministries Initiative (supported by the Fellowship) study day in Dublin, 9 April, ‘Abrahamic Religions: Revelation in Judaism, Christianity and Islam’ (Poster: Study Day Abrahamic 9 Apr 2016; Registration form: Study Day Abrahamic Registration Form)

Annual Youth Festival in Ilam, 26-30 May, ‘Finding our way in Christ’ (details will be on the Youth website in due course).

Annual Fellowship summer conference in Swanwick, 1-3 July, ‘Being Orthodox in a Multi-Religious Society’ (Poster and Booking Form).

Information on all these events is available on this website, explore and find out more!

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2016 Conference: Being Orthodox in a Multi-Religious Society

 

Being Orthodox in a 

Multi-Religious Society

1 – 3 July 2016

Friday 4.00 pm to Sunday teatime 

The Hayes, Swanwick

At this Conference the Fellowship will consider 

the witness of the Orthodox Church in today’s diverse society. 

Archbishop Gregorios of Thyateira and GB will preside and preach at the SundayDivine Liturgy

Speakers to include

His Grace Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop

Coptic Church UK

HE Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia

Fr Philip Hall;  Dr Mangala Frost 

 Marina Robb

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Christmas Carol Concert: Mosaic Choir

Come to a Carol Concert with a difference! Experience a concert with a true international flavour which will have some familiar favourites but also a real international and folk feel, with carols from Romania, Greece, Ukraine, France and other countries, too.

The Mosaic Choir was formed under the umbrella of the Fellowship of Saint John the Baptist and is made up of Orthodox people from a variety of backgrounds: cradle Orthodox and converts, and from countries all over the world!
We also sing liturgical Christmas music from different traditions, during what will be a very relaxed evening.

If you’re in London and want a unique musical experience for Christmas come along and tell your friends!

Sunday 13 December, 7:30pm, Free entry with retiring collection

Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 1 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden (how to get there)

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Our New Website

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