Cambridge St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church
England, United Kingdom
The St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Cambridge is the first Church of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church in the Cambridgeshire / East Anglia region. It was founded from the desire in the minds of handful Malankara Orthodox immigrants to this area in early 2005 to congregate and worship Almighty God in the traditions and practices of the Indian Orthodox Church. With the support of Rev. Fr. Abraham Thomas (the Vicar of London St. Gregorios Parish) and the tireless effort of the members in the area, the first Holy Qurbana in Cambridgeshire was conducted on 14th January 2006 with less than ten families at the St. Luke Methodist Church, Papworth Everard, Cambridge. Thereafter, Holy Qurbana has been conducted regularly on the second Saturdays of every month. In June 2007, the late Metropolitan Dr. Thomas Mar Makarios Metropolitan of the then UK-Canada and Europe Diocese elevated this Congregation into an independent Parish with St. Thomas as its patron.
Place of Worship & Timings
St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Church Lane, Papworth Everard, Cambridge
Every Second and Fourth Sunday of the Month
Vicar / Priest in Charge
Rev. Fr. Mathews Kuriakose (Tiju)