ST IOANNIS FELLOWSHIP is held every Tuesday 7.15 – 8.30pm, but will not held on Tuesday 26th November because of the English Liturgy the next day.
ENGLISH LITURGIES, will be held on Wednesday 27th November, 2013, 7 - 8.30pm, and on Saturday 7th December, 2013, 9 - 10.30am. After these Liturgies all are welcome for coffee and refreshments under our hall. For the English Liturgy on Saturday morning, 7th December, we are particularly encouraging children to come.
END OF YEAR GREEK SCHOOL CONCERT will occur in our hall after the English Liturgy on Saturday 7th December.
CHRISTMAS CAROLS on Monday 16th December, from 7 till about 9pm, we will sing Christmas Carols all together in our hall, there will be a story for children, and then refreshments.
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A soul filled with thoughts of sensual desire and hatred is unpurified. * If we detect any trace of hatred in our heart against any man whatsoever for committing any fault, we are utterly estranged from love of God, since love for God absolutely precludes us from hating any man. * He who loves Me, says the Lord, will keep my commandments; and “this is my commandment, that you love one another”. Thus he who does not love his neighbour fails to keep the commandment, and so cannot love the Lord. * Blessed is he who can love all men equally. * Blessed is he who is not attached to anything transitory or corruptible. * Blessed is the intellect that transcends all sensible objects and ceaselessly delights in divine beauty. * If you make provision for the desires of the flesh and bear a grudge against your neighbour on account of something transitory, you worship the creature instead of the Creature.