16/10/2020 16/10/2020 Yet another example where Orthodoxy unites, when war divides, was reported from far-off Iceland. A joint prayer service was held this week before an icon of Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos, the Ever-Virgin Mary, at the St. Nicholas Orthodox cathedral in Reykjavik, bringing together Orthodox faithful who make Iceland their home, along with émigrés from...
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Joint prayer service at Orthodox church in Reykjavik, Iceland brings together Armenian, Azerbaijani emigres

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Joint prayer service at Orthodox church in Reykjavik, Iceland brings together Armenian, Azerbaijani emigres

Yet another example where Orthodoxy unites, when war divides, was reported from far-off Iceland.

A joint prayer service was held this week before an icon of Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos, the Ever-Virgin Mary, at the St. Nicholas Orthodox cathedral in Reykjavik, bringing together Orthodox faithful who make Iceland their home, along with émigrés from Armenia and Azerbaijan.

A service was officiated by Fr. Timotheos Zolotuski, the archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church’s stavropegic parish of Reykjavik.

Those in attendance at the prayer service prayed for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Nagorno-Karabahk.

 

READ MORE: A Russian parish in Iceland unites Orthodox expatriates from Armenia and Azerbaijan in common prayer for peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

 

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