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The Diocese of Sourozh is the diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, Moscow Patriarchate, in Great Britain and Ireland, with two parishes in the East Midlands, located in Nottingham, Derby. Occasional services are also held in Newark.

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GENERAL NEWS

General Information.

Follow the link for details about ORTHSOC, an Orthodox Society within the Nottingham Students' Union.

Easter E-Cards are available at St Gregory's Foundation which is a UK registered charity founded in 1991 to help charities in Russia and the former Soviet Union help the most vulnerable in their communities.


NOTTINGHAM NEWS

Services
The Divine Liturgy is usually celebrated every Sunday  at 10 am in the Church of St Aidan and St Chad, Nottingham,. There is normally a Great Vespers or Vigil service on the first Saturday of each month and reader's vespers on the remaining Saturdays, both starting at 5.30 p.m.   Please check the calendar for additional services and events. 

Please note that the calendar includes events from both parishes at all venues. The calendar also includes details of feast days even if no services are planned. Please click on the calendar entry to obtain full details  of the event, time and venue.



Parking

Unfortunately the Earl of Chesterfield public house has closed and the status of the property is uncertain. The car park has now been blocked off. It is now necessary to park elsewhere. At present the road that runs on the far side beyond the pub car park is usually available. opposite the church.  Please do not park in the drive at the back of the church unless you require disabled access. Do not use the Methodist Church car park under any circumstances


Church Appeal
The floor of the sanctuary of our church has recently had to be replaced, and, as this has been very costly we have started a special appeal for funds to cover this expense:

Online donations can be made on our Everyclick
Parish Appeal Fund page.

Study Group
For anyone wishing to learn more about the Orthodox faith, there is an "Exploring Orthodoxy" meeting, led by Reader Paul, which meets straight after Vespers at the Church of St Aidan and St Chad each Saturday, except on the first Saturday of each month when there is normally a Great Vespers or Vigil service.

These meetings open to all Orthodox and non-Orthodox who wish to deepen their understanding of the faith.

On the Second Friday of each month there will be an Akathist service at 7pm. We hold a parish supper on the last Friday of each month, beginning at 7 pm with prayers, then confessions, a bring and share supper, and a group discussion about an aspect of our Faith. 


There is normally a parish lunch after the liturgy on the first Sunday of each month.

  DERBY NEWS

Fr Daniel's current newsletter for March is here. There is an additional newsletter giving information about the Paschal services here..

There is normally a Divine Liturgy at St Mary's Bridge Chapel in Derby on second and fourth Sundays of each month. In addition, there is a service of Vespers and Panikhida, followed by Confessions at St Mary's Bridge Chapel in Derby,  on first and third Mondays of each month at 7 pm. Please check the calendar for additional services and events. Please note that the calendar includes events from both parishes at all venues.

Remaining Services in April 2015


(at St Mary’s Chapel-on-the-Bridge DE1 3AT unless otherwise shown)

Monday 20th Apr: Vespers, Panikhida, Confessions 7pm


Sunday 26th Apr: Divine Liturgy 11am


NEWARK NEWS

There will be a Divine Liturgy in Newark on the fifth Sunday of every month at 11 am in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit within the Church of St Mary Magdalene. Please check the calendar.


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