St Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church in Blacktown, with blessings of His Grace Bishop Siluan, is organising a Seminar dedicated to Orthodox Family.
The Seminar will be held at the St Nicholas Church (33 Second Av Blacktown) on Saturday, 24 November 2018.
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Continuing with our Readers (Ctecevi) Seminars under the guidance and blessings of His Grace Bishop Siluan, on Saturday the 20th of October 2018, a Seminar of this kind was organised for the very first time in the Metropolitanate's Brisbane-Wellington Deanery at St Nicholas church in Ross Street, Woolloongabba.
The Seminar was divided into two parts: theoretical and practical.

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The Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand of the Serbian Orthodox Church has taken over the management of the New Kalenic Monastery near Canberra, including visits to the Monastery, following a prolonged court case which began in 2011 and concluded in 2017 with a decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. This decision regulates the relationships between the Metropolitanate and the Property Trust of the “Free Australian New Zealand Diocese”.

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On Sunday 12th of August 2018, at St. George Serbian Orthodox Church Cabramatta, the Serbian Orthodox Metropolitanate of Australia and New Zealand held its first spiritual talk for the Orthodox youth, which addressed the question: Why is it important to go to church? The event was Pan-Orthodox, with many in attendance; from within and outside the Serbian Orthodox Church.

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On Sunday, 25th February 2018, 7 pm, at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St. Nicholas Marrickville, His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos, Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, presided at the Inter-Orthodox Vespers of Orthodoxy, assisted by His Grace Bishop  Siluan (Serbian Orthodox Church), His Grace Bishop Seraphim of Apollonia, Priests of other Orthodox jurisdictions and with the participation of all our Clergy in Sydney . At the end of the Service, a Procession of the Holy Icons took place inside the Church, after which “The Synodikon” of the 7th Ecumenical Council was read out in various languages.

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