What's on at St Helena's
Prayer for the week
Almighty and merciful God, of whose only gift it cometh that thy
faithful people do unto thee true and laudable service; Grant, we
beseech thee, that we may so faithfully serve thee in this life, that
we fail not finally to attain thy heavenly promises; through the merits of Jesus Christ our Lord.
This week:Sunday 21st August 2016
9.30am - Holy Communion
11.00am - Quiet Service
Sunday 28th August 2016
9.30am - Service of the Word
6.00pm - Holy Communion
Dates for your diary
Sept 1st: Church Council meeting
Sept 7th: Quiz Night
Sept 28th: Book Sale
Sept 29th: Quiet Service
Oct 5th: Luncheon Club resumes
Oct 11th: Cyprus Forum
Contact us if you would like to know more about St Helena's, or any of our activities.
Who we are
St Helena's is an English language church located in the centre of Larnaca on the south east coast of Cyprus. Since 1907 Christian worship has been offered from our premises.
We are part of the worldwide Anglican communion. Our members come from many backgrounds and countries, and participate fully in the life and service of God.
Our primary work at St Helena's is ministry to English speakers in a radius of about 30km around Larnaca. There is a creche available for babies and small children during part of the morning service.
Besides Sunday services, there are Bible studies, prayer times, pastoral care, and ladies' coffee afternoons. Other social and fundraising events take place through the year.
We provide wedding preparation and ceremonies for many couples each year, both local and from the UK. Our weddings are in the Anglican style and are conducted either at the church or at one of the several local hotels. The weddings page has more information.
St Helena's can provide a full funeral service for churchgoers and non-churghgoers alike. We regard this as part of the pastoral mission of the church.
St Helena's Church is part of the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf
The diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf is one of four dioceses in the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East, and includes Cyprus, the Gulf States, Iraq and Yemen. In every part of the diocese, except in Cyprus, the congregations are expatriate, with many Christians from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and the African continent.
You can also visit the Facebook page for Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf.
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