Gardening Working Bee
There will be a working bee on Saturday 30 August to dig and plant a second flower bed. All welcome!
On 1-4 May St John the Baptist Parish hosted the 2014 diocesan Choral Conference (Певческий Съезд). Photos, music and videos are being added to the conference page.
The rector of the parish is Archpriest Alexander Morozow.
For general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our parish website also has web pages in Russian with different content.
- 14 August 2014
- July edition of Listok (in Russian)
- 3 August 2014
- Additional video and audio recordings from the Choral conference.
- 29 March 2014
- Announcement of the Russian Easter Bazaar.
- 24 March 2014
- Updated information for the Choral conference, dates for the next discussion group and the Holy Unction service
- 10 March 2014
- Registration for the Choral conference
Visitors are always welcome at our services. The All Night Vigil is celebrated beginning at 5 PM on Saturday evenings and the Divine Liturgy at 9 AM on Sunday mornings. Confessions are heard during the Vigil service. The principal language of the services is Church Slavonic. Some English is used in the Divine Liturgies and usually somewhat more during the All Night Vigils. The parish church and school are located at:
1 Matina St
Narrabundah ACT 2604 (map)
|Saturday 16 August||5:00 PM - All Night Vigil||10th Sunday after Pentecost|
|Sunday 17 August||9:00 AM - Divine Liturgy|
|Monday 18 August||6:00 PM - All Night Vigil||Transfiguration|
|Tuesday 19 August||No service|
|Saturday 23 August||5:00 PM - All Night Vigil||11th Sunday after Pentecost|
|Sunday 24 August||9:00 AM - Divine Liturgy|
For updates to the service schedule and other parish events, follow us (@stjohn_baptist) on Twitter.
We would encourage those who attend our services and are part of the Orthodox community in Canberra to become parish members. An explanation of the importance of parish membership is available in Russian and English, as is a parish membership form, also in Russian and English.