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Dear brethren,
We would like to inform our Parishioners that every Sunday, after the Divine Liturgy, between 11:45am and 2:30pm, our Church will be open for private prayer with the understanding that only one person (or one family bubble) at a time may enter the Church and pray. Other days you may contact our priest Father Iakovos by calling at +44 (0) 7970 838 043. We will be adhering to government guidelines.

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