Saturday, October 16, 2010

Episcopal Assembly of All canonical Orthodox Bishops of Oceania and Asia


On the occasion of the Episcopal Assembly of all canonical Orthodox Bishops of Oceania and Asia, which will take place in Sydney from 16th-18th October 2010, there will be on Sunday 17th october 2010, from 7:30 am in the Cathedral of the Church of the Annunciation of the Theotokos, Redfern, a concelebration of the Divine Liturgy, presided by His Eminences Hierarchs Paul of the Antiochian Church, Agapit of the Russian, Irinej of the Serbian, Michael of the Romanian, Their Eminences Metropolitans Amphilochios of New Zealand, Ambrosios of Korea, Nectarios of Hong Kong, and Their Graces Assistant Bishops Ezekiel of Dervis, Seraphim of Apollonias and Nikandros of Dorylaion, assisted by Priests of all jurisdictions.
We invite you to pray together with us. After the Liturgy, refreshments will be served in the Main Hall of the Theological College, next to the Cathedral.
In Sydney, 5th October 2010.
The Vicar-General
+Bishop Seraphim of Apollonias



3 comments:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Orthodox-Episcopal-Assembly/121636711191739 said...

Greetings from America! We just read about the Orthodox Episcopal Assembly to be convened in Sydney on Oct 16.

We began a Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Orthodox-Episcopal-Assembly/121636711191739 just prior to the American Assembly - to keep people informed of the proceedings here.

Would it be possible to get a report on the proceedings "down under?"

Thanks in advance!

In Christ,
Dean Calvert
St Andrew House
Detroit, Michigan

FOCUS UNSW said...

Hi Dean,

I'm not sure how one would get a report of this assembly. If I can get my hands on this report I will post it on this blog.

Dean said...

I thought you might like to know that the Orthodox Assembly of Bishops of Britain just completed their second meeting, with a third planned for June 2011. They seem to have committees formed, operating and meeting.

For the complete story, visit http://members5.boardhost.com/STANDREWHOUSE/msg/1295055228.html

Meanwhile, in the US, it took our Episcopal Assembly 7 months to set a website up.

Any progress in Australia?

We need to keep the heat on!

Best Regards,
Dean Calvert