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Mycah, Parish Volunteer, writes about a visit to the Armenian Church On Maundy Thursday afternoon Fr Ian and I were delighted to attend the feetwashing liturgy at the Armenian Church in Manchester. I felt I was stepping into an ancient … Continue reading
In a charming short essay in his book The Spirit of the Liturgy the influential Catholic priest and theologian Romano Guardini talks of the Playfulness of the Liturgy. While acknowledging the importance and solemnity of worship Guardini also encourages us to see … Continue reading
Anglicans and Armenians worshipped together at 6pm at St Chrysostom’s on Saturday in a joint Vespers service. The evening celebrated the life and writings of the great 10th century Armenian saint St Gregory of Narek, and Fr Garegin gave a … Continue reading
Alleluia, Christ is Risen! We had wonderful worship on Easter Day at St Chrysostom’s. Here are some comments from some who attended: “I have been to Easter day services for over 70 years and this was the most meaningful yet! … Continue reading
At the end of the Good Friday solemn liturgy the sacramental Body of Christ was taken to the Anson Chapel, to the sepulchre. The tabernacle was covered in a black veil of beautiful cloth given to church by a mother … Continue reading
Shortly after 5.15pm on Maundy Thursday – at Holy Trinity Armenian Church, a few hundred yards from St Chrysostom’s … The curtain before the altar – the veil of separation – drew back and Fr Garegin began the Service of … Continue reading