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The Anglican Church of St. Thomas, Kefalas

The Anglican Church of St. Thomas, Kefalas.

We are the only Anglican church on Crete. However, all Christian denominations are welcome at our services. We are situated within the Apokoronas area of Crete, east of Chania, in the picturesque rural village of Kefalas.


We hope that this website will guide you around the Parish - our worship, events and organisations and contact points for any further information.



Passiontide begins . . .



Please join us for the Fifth Sunday of Lent 

(following the Julian Calendar used to calculate Easter in Greece)


April 18, 2021, at 11:00 am

for an Online Service of the Word 

with The Anglican Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete.



Our curate and deacon, the Rev'd Julia Bradshaw, will be preaching.



Zoom Service Link FOR OUR ON LINE SERVICES:

https://theanglicanchurchincrete.us18.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ac315282f1a60d98ffebdab29&id=cb31460f45&e=34f50e5a42



Here is a reminder of some important dates in the church calendar for the Anglican Church in Greece:


25 April Palm Sunday

29 April Maundy Thursday

30 April Good Friday

2 May Easter: The Sunday of the Resurrection

10 June Ascension Day

20 June Pentecost

27 June Trinity


I am still waiting to see what the Greek government will allow churches to do this coming Holy Week. When that is clear I will send out an email about the upcoming services.



 

Why Did Jesus Die?


The Small Group Bible Study will meet again this coming Thursday at 4:30 PM EEST (2:30 PM BST).

 

We will gather again on Zoom, using the same meeting as we use for worship, listed above. The topic is "Why Did Jesus Die". This coming Thursday to discuss various metphors and images relating to the death of Jesus, including ransom



God be with you all.



Bruce +





SAFEGUARDING NOTICE

The safety and well-being of our members and those whom we seek to serve, especially the most vulnerable among us, is a prerequisite to proclaiming the good news.​


If you have a complaint about the behaviour of any of our clergy or volunteers you may speak in confidence with our Safeguarding Officer, Jo Cheslyn-Hall, at +30 69415 52981 or [email protected] 

Alternatively, you may contact the Safeguarding Team of the Diocese in Europe directly at +44 (0)207 898 1163, or visit their page at https://europe.anglican.org/safeguarding/who-to-contact for more ways to contact them. 


St. Thomas is one of many churches in the rapidly growing Diocese in Europe which, in itself, is part of The Church of England. You can visit the Diocese website at http://europe.anglican.org/homepage/