Links to other churches

Christ Church, Jebel Ali. This is our link church in Dubai.
Paphos Anglican Church, which has three separate congregations
St John the Evangelist, meeting in Derynia

Contact us if you are interested in knowing more about St Helena’s, or if you have any questions about our church.

  • Communion Table for Remembrance Day Remembrance Day 2019 10 November 2019

    St Helena’s Remembrance Day service was held on Sunday 10th November.

    We will remember them

  • March against human trafficking March against Human Trafficking 19 October 2019

    ‘Abolish slavery everywhere, forever.’ So read one of the placards under which we walked. At 10am on October 19th, the seafront at Limassol looked just a little different. There were the usual tourists dressed to enjoy the sunshine.

    But there were also some 130 people of different ages and nationalities clothed completely in black. Christopher and I were among them. Silently, in single file we walked slowly along the promenade…

    (to read the rest of the article, see: human trafficking)

  • Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea 16 October 2019

    On Wednesday 16th October 2019, some 35 of us enjoyed gathering for wonderful home-made cakes and conversation at St. Helena’s. 

    Do join us for our next tea at 3.00 pm on Tuesday 14th January. We look forward to welcoming you.

  • Christopher Futcher New Chaplains at St Helena’s 17 September 2019

    On Saturday 7 September 2019 Bishop Michael collated and instituted the Venerable Christopher Futcher as the new Archdeacon in Cyprus and parish priest of St Helena Larnaca. 

    At the same service he licensed Christopher’s wife, the Revd Anne Futcher, as archdeaconry social concern officer and an associate priest at St Helena’s.

  • Christmas pastoral letter 2018 25 December 2018

    Advent Calendars have become a familiar feature of Christmas anticipation. Beginning on December 1st (usually before Advent) and ending on Christmas Eve, I can remember when they were filled with different religious images and pictures, rather than chocolates. The idea is to mark each day as special on the countdown to Christmas…

    To read the rest, see Christmas Pastoral Letter 2018