WelcomeLiturgy (Service) Times

Welcome to the

Church of Evangelismos

Annunciation of Our Lady 

(57 Carr St North Perth)

 

 “For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son,

that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”

(John 3:16)

As informed by His Eminence Archbishop Makarios, services will continue but with only one Priest serving and one or two support people necessary for conducting the service. People are being advised to stay home and not attend services.**
We are providing live services for each Sunday Liturgy and the Salutations Friday night on our Facebook page here. 

The Eastern Orthodox Church is the one and undivided Body of Christ as established from the beginning.

It is the Holy Catholic (universal and complete) and Apostolic Church (Nicene Creed – 325 and 381 AD). It is the one and only true Church, the one and only true faith, according to the teachings of Jesus Christ Himself unchanged by human innovation. 

We strive to practice the teachings of Christ as handed down to the Apostles from the beginning in a continuous and unbroken Holy Tradition.

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation of Our Lady – Evangelismos (Ευαγγελισμός), is located in Perth, Western Australia. The parish was established in 1958 with the purchase of land at the corner of Charles and Carr Streets in West Perth, Australia.

This week’s schedule

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St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”.

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

The latest from Fr Emmanuel

The Annunciation of Our Lady

Aim & Purpose

Our aim is to always strive to practice the Orthodox Christian faith pure and undefiled.

“Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong. Let all that you do be done with love.”
(1 Corinthians 16:13)

The purpose of Christ’s Church is to heal and save the souls of the people. The healing power of God is bestowed to the people through the active energy of the Holy Spirit by way of the Holy Sacraments of the Church.

Worshipping the Father, through the Son, in the Holy Spirit.

"And every man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself, even as he is pure" - 1 John 3:3