COVID-19 Safety Measure Updates

Dear Friends,

In accordance with the latest COVID-19 safety measures, masks will no longer be mandatory in the church (although they are recommended). Moreover, we now have a maximum capacity of 360 people for the liturgical services.

Memorials will continue to be held separately at 11am. QR code check ins are also still required upon entry into the church.

As always, thank you very much for your patience and understanding.

In Christ,
The Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of Kogarah

Important Parish Updates

Dear Friends,

According to the latest COVID-19 safety measures for the state of NSW, our church will be able to receive maximum 180 people for the Divine Liturgy, Vespers, and other services starting Friday 29 January.

This means that bookings are no longer required. Entry will be granted upon arrival, and the doors of the church will close once we reach the maximum capacity.

Masks and QR code check ins are still compulsory. Memorial services will also continue to take place separately.

The doors of the church will reopen again upon the conclusion of the services for the flock to light candles.

We look forward to the day when the pandemic will cease, and such restrictions will no longer be necessary. Thank you very much for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.

We also take this opportunity to inform you that our Greek schools will continue as normal from Monday 8 February. For more information on our schools, visit: http://www.kogarahgreekorthodox.org.au/greek-schools/

In Christ,

The Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of the Resurrection

Inaugural Parish Newsletter

The Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of Kogarah is excited to announce the release of its inaugural newsletter (in Greek and English). We will report on our events and keep the flock informed of our upcoming initiatives through this quarterly publication.

The first issue features many important updates regarding our liturgical services, pastoral work, renovations, and outreach.

We sincerely thank our beloved Primate, His Eminence Archbishop Makarios of Australia, for his moving message in support of the publication.

September Parish Newsletter (ENGLISH)

September Parish Newsletter (GREEK)