The North Lakes
The Parish of St Bega, St Mungo and St Herbert in Keswick
(Worshipping in Greta Villas, Keswick and The Orthodox Church, Braithwaite)
The Orthodox Church was formerly the Old Methodost Chapel.
The Feast of the Nativity in the Flesh of Our Lord and God and Saviour Jesus Christ.
- 24th December 2017 Divine Liturgy of the Nativity 10:30am followed by our usual meal together, and then about 1pm Carols and Readings in the Church with the children.
- 25th December 2017 Divine Liturgy of the Nativity 9:30am - 10:30am followed by hot drink and mince pie.
Everyone is welcome to join us in worship. Our services are in English.
|Saturday||6pm||Great Vespers||Braithwaite Chapel|
|Mon-Fri||see below||Matins or 1st Hour||Greta Villas|
From about 9.30am on Sunday before the Divine Liturgy, a few of us gather to say the Jesus Prayer quietly, and then the Liturgy of Preparation is performed. Everyone is welcome, but please enter the Church in silence.
A buffet meal is usually served after Sunday Divine Liturgy, and everyone is welcome to join us in the feast.
Weekday Matins is only served when Fr John is able, and regretably this isn't predictable, however you can be assured that he and Jenny will be saying either Matins or 1st Hour. If you want to attend, please make sure that you have contacted Father by telephone to confirm.
31st January 2016 Baptism of John.
The newly illumined servant of God John emerges from his baptism, in the hands of Father John and Subdeacon Richard. Thank the Lord for bringing us new life.
|Our Archbishop||Archbishop John of Charioupolis||See Archdiocese|
|Parish Priest (Rector)||Fr John Musther||
|Assitant Priest||Fr Anthony Clements||
|Deacon||Dcn Vladimir Sparta||
|Sub-deacon and Webmaster||Richard Downing||0799 095 2358|
Some of Fr John’s sermons are on YouTube.
Who are we?
Our parish is quite young, having been formed a few years ago when Fr John and his wife Jenny moved to Keswick. Our parishioners come from many orthodox traditions, including Greek, Cypriot, Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian, as well as native British who have joined the orthodox communion. We do not represent any particular ethnicity but aim to present and support the ancient orthodox christian heritage for everyone.
If you are Orthodox, you will fit right in; if you are interested in Orthodoxy or if you would just like to join us for a service to see what we do, you will be warmly welcomed. We are familiy-friendly too.
The Late Archbishop Gabriel of Comana of Blessed Memory(behind the Icon of our Lord), his Heirodeacon Father Athanaz (in black cassock), our priests Fathers John and Anthony (back to us), with visiting priest Father Christopher Wallace prepare before the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy, 6th May, 2012.