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21 January is the feast of the wedding at Cana of Galilee, the account of which is found in John 2:1-11.

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On Valentine’s Day a group of us went out to the streets of Kensington and spread some love by giving out some candy hearts to strangers.

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We are now in the second week of Lent and you may notice temptations increasing;

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Let us receive with joy, O faithful, the divinely inspired announcement of Lent.

Like Ninevites of old, like harlots and publicans who heard John preaching repentance through abstinence, let us prepare for the Master’s communion performed in Zion.

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"Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed," (John 8:36). This was the key verse of the first Scotland Youth Conference held in February.

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When God told Jonah to go preach to Nineveh, he fled and went to Tarshish.

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The dictionary defines the word epiphany as “a sudden, intuitive perception of or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something.”  Therefore in order for us to truly understand what the Feast of the Epiphany means, we must truly understand the reasons why Christ was baptised.

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Joshua was going into battle empowered by God’s promise: ‘Do not be afraid of them; I have given them into your hand. Not one of them will be able to withstand you’ (Joshua 10:8).

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St Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church in London is one of the oldest Coptic churches in the lands of the immigration, and one of the first to be supported and cared for by our beloved patriarch, HH the late Pope Shenouda III.

  • St Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church
    Allen Street, Kensington
    London W8 6UX