Services on 30 November-1 December, the Twenty Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
On Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December we had services for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost and in honour of Martyrs Platon of Ancyra (c.+302 AD) and Romanus of Caesarea (+303 AD). All-night Vigil was served on Saturday evening and Divine Liturgy was served on Sunday morning. A great many people were present on Sunday morning for our first morning service in four weeks. Receiving Holy Communion for the first time at Divine Liturgy was the newly-baptised Martin Westcott. Following the service on Sunday our church was cleaned and adorned in new blue vestments in preparation for the Great Feast of the Entry of the Mother of God into the Temple on 3-4 December.