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Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 22nd November

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 22nd November 2020 (Trinity 23), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Isleworth – Sunday 8th November

We’ll be celebrating the twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost on Sunday 8th November 2020 at Saint Mary the Virgin, Worton Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6ED, starting at 11.15 a.m.  Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend, as there will be some covid-19 precautions in place. Saint Mary the Virgin church is close to Hounslow East on the Piccadilly line and Isleworth train station. Street parking is also available.

 

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 1st November

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 1st November 2020 (Trinity 20 / St. John of Kronstadt), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 18th October

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 18th October 2020 (Trinity 18), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Isleworth – Sunday 11th October

We’ll be celebrating the eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost on Sunday 11th October 2020 at Saint Mary the Virgin, Worton Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6ED, starting at 11.15 a.m.  Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend, as there will be some covid-19 precautions in place. Saint Mary the Virgin church is close to Hounslow East on the Piccadilly line and Isleworth train station. Street parking is also available.

 

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 4th October

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 4th October 2020 (St. Matthew), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Isleworth – Sunday 27th September

We’ll be celebrating the Exaltation of the Cross on Sunday 27th September 2020 at Saint Mary the Virgin, Worton Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6ED, starting at the slightly later time of 11.15 a.m.  Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend, as there will be some covid-19 precautions in place. Saint Mary the Virgin church is close to Hounslow East on the Piccadilly line and Isleworth train station. Street parking is also available.

 

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 20th September

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 20th September 2020 (Trinity 14), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas ([email protected]) if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy – Nottingham – Sunday 6th September

A Western Rite Orthodox Liturgy will be celebrated in Nottingham at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold on Sunday 6th September 2020 (St. Bartholomew / Trinity 12), beginning at 9.30 a.m. Please contact Father Thomas if you would like to attend.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t allowed in the cemetery grounds but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Sunday Western Rite liturgies in Nottingham

Liturgies will be celebrated at Redhill Cemetery Chapel, Arnold, Nottingham on the following Sundays:-

  • 2nd August (Trinity 7)
  • 6th September (Trinity 12 / St. Barnabas)
  • 20th September (Trinity 14)
  • 4th October ((Trinity 16 / St. Matthew)
  • 18th October (Trinity 18)
  • 1st November ((Trinity 20 / St. John of Kronstadt)
  • 22nd November (Trinity 23)
  • 6th December (Trinity 25)
  • 20th December (Advent 2)

Please contact Father Thomas if you would like to attend. A risk assessment has been carried out and guidelines will be sent out beforehand.

The chapel is just a short walk from the entrance of the cemetery. If you’re planning to come by car, the Cemetery Chapel is clearly visible from Mansfield Road (A60). Parking isn’t alowed in the cemetery grounds, but there is a free municipal car park directly opposite the entrance to the cemetery, linked by a pedestrian crossing.

Confessions are heard before the start of the liturgy.

All are welcome!

Please see the map below: