We are sad to announce the passing of Georgia Kyprianou known as “Joyce”.
Her funeral is on 14th Nov at 12 noon at the church.
There will be a reception after the burial behind the church.
Her late husband was known as Chiavkos.
She leaves three children Chris Tony and Maria.
Flowers or donations to the Church can be made if preferred.
Thank you from the family
As you may know, it has been discovered that the church floor is suffering from wood rot and needs renovation. Please see photos below.
Unfortunately, we do not have the funds required to perform this work and are therefore appealing to our congregation, and anybody else that may be in a position to help us.
We had an estimate for £6000 but we are hoping to reduce it by having the work done by a church member who is doing it in stages as funds become available. Materials for one section have cost £1000 pounds but 2 large sections are still to be started and so we do not know what the costs of those will be.
Donations can be given to committee members or by credit/debit cards via our Donations Page or via our Just Giving Page
We are also open to any suggestions for alternative funding options.
We are very saddened to announce the passing of Mr Panayiotis Christoforou, the retired President of our Church community.
Panayiotis was a much beloved member of our community, one of the early pioneers, who worked tirelessly, along with others, in the early days to establish our Church for us now to all receive the benefit – for this we are all very grateful.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Panayiotis wife, Caroline, and her dear family, and may God give them the strength now to get through this difficult period.
Panayiotis funeral will be held at our Parish on Monday 27th March at 12 noon. Please feel welcome to join us for this opportunity to pray and give thanks together to God to save and give rest to his soul.
In Christ always
The feast day for the church was a huge success.
Lots of hard work and fun throughout the day.
We welcomed coaches from north London and held a bake sale, jewellery stall, tomboys and not to forget the Greek souvlakia (kebabs).
It was a wonderful day celebrating the church.