Chaplaincy information for Ukrainian Christians arriving in London
Updated: 20 June 2022.
As part of our welcome to Ukrainians Christians, we have two Ukrainian chaplains and weekly services in Ukrainian in the Diocese of London.
Adam and Sergiy would be delighted to be contacted by phone or email by anyone who would like a conversation in Ukrainian with a priest. There are also details below of Ukrainian services and directions of how to get there.
The Revd Sergiy Diduk – Priest in Charge at All Saints, Hanworth
Email Address: email@example.com
(Please note there is an underscore _ between the s and n in this email address)
Phone Number: 020 8894 9330
Divine Liturgy (Holy Mass) in Ukrainian (before the Holy Mass, it will be possible to go to confession).
At the address: St John the Baptist Church, Holland Rd, London W14 8AH
If the time of service changes information about it will be on our Facebook page.
Our Saturdays are times of prayer and meeting times: with God and other people from Ukraine, or just those who love Ukraine. Opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, biscuits and a chat with us.
Sundays at 12:30pm
The Ukrainian Service at All Saints, Hanworth. Usually a Eucharistic service one week and Service of the Word the next week.
All Saints Church, Uxbridge Road, Feltham, TW13 5EE
The Diocese of London has teamed up with the Diocese of Southwark and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster to celebrate the welcome that London churches offer to all refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers.
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