Sheffield St. George Indian Orthodox Church

England, United Kingdom

The St. George Indian Orthodox parish is located in the South Yorkshire County, in the north of England. Sheffield is known as the steel city of UK. The Congregation was formed at Hull, East Yorkshire in April 2005 with St. George as its patron saint and was blessed by Late. Philipose Mar Eusebios who celebrated Holy Qurbana. Thereafter, monthly services were held under the leadership of Rev. Fr. Happy Jacob. Later, due to special circumstance, members started congregating at Sheffield from July 2006 onwards. In December 2006 Late Dr. Thomas Mar Makarios blessed the members with his valuable visit. Under the leadership of Rev. Fr. Varghese John, regular celebration of Holy Qurbana commenced from 2007 onwards. It was later in July 2009, that Diocesan Metropolitan Dr. Mathews Mar Thimothios officially declared the congregation as a Parish with Rev. Fr. Varghese John as the first Vicar. The Parish celebrates Holy Liturgy on Sundays once in a month and on special feast days. All Spiritual Organizations as well function fruitfully.

Place of Worship & Timings

St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Barnsley Road, Sheffield
S5 0QF

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Vicar / Priest in Charge

Rev. Fr. Binoy C. Joshua
[email protected]

Office Bearers

Mr. Shibu Varghese

Mr. Rajan Philip

Spiritual Organisations

Sunday School
Head Teacher
Mrs. Jeena Mathew

Youth Movement
Mrs. Abina Philip

Mrs. Saramma Rajan