Welcome! 'St Spyridon' is a canonical Orthodox Church serving the spiritual and community needs of South East Sydney. It functions through the authority of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia under the jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
. St Spyridon Parish is also responsible for the founding and continuing development of St Spyridon College.


As we face the extraordinary circumstances of the Corona epidemic together, and in view of the very strict regulations imposed by the Australian Government, St Spyridon Parish is live-streaming the main Services through Facebook or YouTube. Let us remain united with love and this crisis will pass.

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son,
that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
(John 3:16)


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  this week :: St Spyridon parish church services and activities
MONDAY 26
TUESDAY 27
WEDNESDAY 28
THURSDAY 29
FRIDAY 30
SATURDAY 31
SUNDAY 01
Holy Protection of the Theotokos
Matins and Divine Liturgy
07.30 - 09.45am
Matins and Divine Liturgy
07.30 - 09.45am
Matins and Divine Liturgy
07.30 - 09.45am

Orthodox Renewal Symposium
07.30 - 09.00pm






TODAY'S SAINTS AND FEASTS
Nestor the Martyr of Thessaloniki

Kyriakos, Patriarch of Constantinople

 




TODAY'S SCRIPTURE READINGS
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Orthodox Renewal Symposium
St Spyridon Parish in conjunction with St Andrew's Theological College is holding talks at St Spyridon Church in English, 7.30pm each Thursday evening from 22 October 2020 till 26 November 2020. Download the full schedule of talks here.

On Thursday, 29 October 2020 the second talk of the Symposium, titled "Vigilance - Wisdom in spiritual wrestling", will be given by Father Dimitri Kokkinos, Parish Priest at St John's Church, Parramatta.

Missed one of the talks from the Symposium? Watch the videos here.

In conformity with Covid regulations, please register your attendance by calling the St Spyridon Church Office on 9663 5147. The talks will also be live-streamed through Facebook and YouTube. We look forward to seeing you!


Livestreaming of Services
As we face the extraordinary circumstances of the Corona epidemic together, and in view of the very strict regulations imposed by the Australian Government, St Spyridon Parish is live-streaming the main Services through Facebook or YouTube. Let us remain united with love and this crisis will pass.


Program of Holy Services for October
Download the English program and Greek program of Holy Services during October to be held at St Spyridon Church.


English Divine Liturgy Services
The Divine Liturgy in ENGLISH is conducted at St Spyridon church on the first SATURDAY evening of each month from 7 - 8.30 p.m.

Can't make it to the Saturday evening services? Download and save the mp3 of the Divine Liturgy Service in English recorded at St Spyridon Church.


Like us on Facebook
St Spyridon Parish is using all possible means to reach out to its people which is why St Spyridon Parish has a Facebook page. And as many of you already know, our Parish Priest Fr Steven Scoutas is also on Facebook.







 
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