Birmingham Orthodox Cathedral

Local nameBirmingham Orthodox Cathedral
LocationBirmingham, UK

The Cathedral Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God and St. Andrew is a Greek Orthodox cathedral on Summer Hill Terrace in Birmingham, England, dedicated to the Dormition of the Theotokos and St Andreas. In 1958 the first Greek Orthodox Church in Birmingham was inaugurated. Regular liturgies began in Birmingham conducted by the first permanent priest, Father Nicodemos Anagnostou.

The building was formerly a Catholic Apostolic church. It was designed in 1873 by J.A. Chatwin, who worked on many of Birmingham's churches, including St Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham. It is a brick Gothic revival church in the Early English style.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birmingham_Orthodox_Cathedral

Official website http://www.orthandrew.co.uk/

Email telos@orthandrew.co.uk

Phone +44 755 251 6398

Address 8 Arthur Place, Summer Hill, Birmingham B1 3DA, UK

Coordinates 52°28'57.698" N -1°54'51.736" E

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