ANTIOCHIAN ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN ARCHDIOCESE OF THE BRITISH ISLES AND IRELAND
worshipping at the Grimsby Cemetery South Chapel, Scartho Road, Grimsby DN33 2AJ Patriarch: His Beatitude John X
Archbishop: His Eminence Metropolitan Silouan Priest: Fr Alban
Copyright Orthodox Christian Community of St Marina and St Kenelm, Grimsby
It is the One, Holy, Catholic (Universal) and Apostolic Church established at Pentecost by Jesus and his Apostles nearly two thousand years ago. The Orthodox Church maintains apostolic and patristic teaching, believing in continuing and living Holy Tradition, with nothing added and nothing taken away. Members of the Church strive to draw ever nearer to God through life in the Holy Spirit, according to Christ’s promise found in the Holy Gospel. Through taking part in the Sacraments and worship they become truly members of the church - the Body of Christ.
So what about other Christian churches? The Orthodox Christian Church is the original from which all others have moved away. Over the centuries other Christian churches separated themselves from, or altered, their understanding of Christian Tradition: pray God that all may have the blessing of the True Faith, undiminished and undiluted.
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‘She is evangelical, but not Protestant; orthodox, but not Jewish; catholic, but not Roman. She isn't non-denominational - she is pre-denominational.’
‘Orthodox isn’t a name you call yourself: Orthodox is a life you live.’