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Voznesensky Pereulok 8/5
Tel (Administrator): 7 (925) 682 7148
1 November 2020
All Saints Day


Everyone is welcome to our services, but please wear masks, make use of the hand gel at the entrance to the church and keep social distance. 
9am Holy Communion (traditional language)
11am Holy Communion with children's skit
The 11am service will be live streamed on our facebook page,
or the home page of

Full order of service
Leader: The Chaplain 
Preacher: Giles Walker
Theme: All Saints - Matthew 5.1-12
After the 11am service
Tea and coffee will be served, and the youth group and confirmation group are meeting

youth group (for those aged 18-30):  
Olga will speak about how comics in Poland are used to share the good news of Jesus, and Daniel will speak about the Lord's Prayer

confirmation group
For those who would like to find out more about the basics of the Christian faith, and how we live that faith as Anglican Christians.


Our Sunday school is currently not meeting, but we will provide sheets and a take away bag (with craft and snack) to occupy children during the service, and we will also try to involve them a bit in the services.
There is, however, an area for small children in the chapter room (the room next to the church), but they need to be accompanied and we ask you to bring toys along with you. 

November 1st

Happiness is not brought about by what happens to us, it is brought about by what happens within us.


Morning prayer is live streamed Monday - Friday at 8:30am, and Saturdays at 9am.
You can find us on our facebook page or the home page of our website.
The text of morning and evening prayer can be found by clicking here or by downloading the app: Daily Prayer.

Monday 2 November (All Souls day)

7:30pm Service of Remembrance for those who have died in the last year
This has been a particularly painful year, and many have lost those they loved. Our service, on this All Souls day, gives us an opportunity to remember before God those who have died, particularly in the past year, to name them and commend them into God's hands, and to light a candle in their memory. If there are people you would like mentioned by name in the service, please email Inna on
Tuesday 3 November

7:30 pm Zoom bible study
We are looking at the last three chapters of Hosea

Wednesday 4 November

7:30 pm Holy Communion, followed by a reflective Bible study and the Jesus Prayer

Sunday 8 November (Remembrance Day) 

9:00 am Holy Communion 
10:30 am Remembrance day service: Please note that this will be a ticket only service. 

To reserve a ticket, sign up on Sunday 1 November, or email the office. If spaces are left we will add you to the list!
If you are already on the rota for welcoming, reading or leading intercessions, the sign up sheet is available here.
We need people to welcome, read and lead the intercessions at our services. 
if you are currently not on the rotas, and would like to be on the rota, please email Giles


Over the next few weeks, we are collecting for the work of the Salvation Army with homeless people. We are looking for non-perishable food (in tins and packets), soap and shampoo etc. Warm blankets, coats and boots (especially men’s) are also welcomed (for us to give to cold callers). Donations can be brought to our Sunday service or left during the week (given to the guard and ask him to give them to the chaplain). Please put any cash donations in clearly marked envelopes. 

We are aware that there are many cases of serious need here in Moscow, but it is also good to remember that people - and fellow Anglican Christians - are suffering throughout the world because of COVID. If you are able to help support the Bishop of Europe's appeal, please do so - especially because the Diocese supported the Bishop's appeal in Advent 2017 by giving our kitchen.  

The Bishop writes: The COVID-19 pandemic has hurt communities throughout the world. Many communities are not equipped with even the most basic of hygiene and sanitation facilities, and lockdown measures have increased economic hardship in the poorest communities with people unable to work.  We are raising funds to support virus prevention and emergency relief for vulnerable communities throughout our Anglican family.
The Anglican Communion Fund (ACF) has already begun responding to COVID related needs, allocating over £180,000 across 21 provinces of the Communion. The ACF is supporting the Church in its ministry, providing food relief to the vulnerable, communicating ways of staying safe from the virus, and providing handwashing facilities and PPE.
In the South Sudanese Diocese of Maridi, an ACF grant provided food items, soaps and seeds to over 200 pastors and lay-readers and provided bicycles and hand microphones for pastors to carry prevention messages into remote areas. Speaking of the support, Bishop Moses Zungo said, “You held our hand during our most trying moments.”
A grant from the ACF supported the provision of food, drinking water, hygiene equipment and medicines in Mexico in the wake of COVID-19.  Photos (The Anglican Church of Mexico provided by ACF).
How you can donate to the Bishop in Europe’s Advent Appeal 2020:
By cheque:
“Advent Appeal 2020”.
Diocese in Europe Board of Finance Office
14, Tufton St
London SW1P 3QZ
By bank transfer:
Account number: 40317039
Sort code: 20-06-13
IBAN: GB16 BUKB 2006 1340 3170 39
Swiftbic: BUKBGB22
On the Diocese in Europe Just Giving page:


Do you have an old unused phone? We may be able to give them a new home with someone in need of a phone. Please speak to the chaplain or to Louise.


The special prayer for today
- We give thanks for all those who we have loved but who have now died. We thank God for all that they have given us, and we pray for their legacy. We thank God that we can entrust into his hands all who we have loved, and we thank God for our communion with all who have loved and served the Lord Jesus - whether alive or dead. 
- Pray for all those who grieve, especially those who have lost loved ones in the last year. Pray that our service on Monday will bring peace and hope.
- Pray for governments as the numbers of people infected and dying from COVID increases. Pray that they will have the wisdom to make good decisions, and that those who are most vulnerable (physically or economically) will be supported.
- We continue to pray for peace in Nagorno-Karabakh, and for those affected by the conflict. Also for the situation in the Donbass, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and in Minsk.

- We thank God for Yulia's improvement, but continue to pray for Galina. Pray also for Helen, James, Sigmund, Iggy, a small child having seizures. Pray for Volodya, our guard, seriously ill, and for Suresh Rose's father.
- Continue to pray for Marat and his mother Tatyana after the death of his grandmother, Ekaterina


THANK YOU very much to those who have given via yandex or in other ways.

At the moment we have limited income coming in from concerts and events, and are dependent on your donations. You can give on Sundays, or via the chaplain, or direct at 

If you are based overseas and would like to support our work, please visit
If you would like to give through Yandex on our website, you will need to fill in the form on the first page, stating how much you would like to give, your phone number, name (if you wish), citizenship, email address, and then say what you would like the donation to be used for. Please do write in English or Russian that it is a Donation and that VAT does not apply. You can copy and paste the Russian words in quotation marks if you wish.
The only boxes that you need to fill in are the amount you would like to give, your telephone number, and we would ask you to state that this is a donation and that VAT does not apply. 
You then press the last button and will be taken to the Yandex payment page.  
This is what the Yandex payment page looks like. In this example, the donor has said above that they would like to give 1000 roubles. You can either pay by bank card, yandex money or even via Sperbank telephone. 

Please note that Yandex take a commission of 2.8%, so if you are giving a large sum, do get in touch with us to see if there are other ways of donating. 


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Chaplain: Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers
Wardens: Dan Culbertson, Daniel Wamriew

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