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Anglican Church of Paphos

Paphos - Religious Tourism

The Anglican Church in Cyprus is part of the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf

The Diocese is part of a Tripartite Diocesan Link between Cyprus and the Gulf, Exeter and Thika in Kenya. Bishop Clive Handford (then bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf), Bishop Michael Langrish and Bishop Gideon Githiga signed a Covenant in Exeter Cathedral during 2005, reaffirmed in St. Paul’s Cathedral Nicosia during Synod 2006 and further reaffirmed in Thika early September 2006.

There are 2 churches in Paphos area:
Ayia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa Church
This Church was built around 1500 AD as a Latin Church on the site of a small church which was destroyed in 59 AD by an earthquake. About 100 years after its construction and following the Turkish invasion of 1570, it became the Byzantine Cathedral of Kato (Lower) Paphos.

St. Luke’s Church, Prodromi
In 2002 Jack Harding, who had lived in Cyprus for very many years, became aware of the need for a place of worship for the many Christian immigrant workers living in the Polis area. In consultation with the Paphos Chaplain, the Reverend Marvin Bamforth and our friends in the Cypriot Orthodox Church, permission was granted for the lovely little Greek Orthodox Church, St. Nicholas, in the centre of Polis to be shared by the Anglican and Latin Catholic communities in the area.

St. Stephen’s Church, Stephanie
St. Stephen’s is situated in Stephanie Village, Tala, and was the first Church Plant for the Anglican Church in Paphos. The first Service was on Christmas Eve 2000 and Bishop Clive came to dedicate the new church on 28 January 2001.
St. Stephen’s was born in order to cater for the many English-speaking people who live in the area and also for those who prefer a slightly less formal, but still Anglican type of Service; the congregation, thanks be to God, has continued to grow over the years since St. Stephen’s first opened its doors.

Contact Anglican Church of Paphos:
P.O. Box 61083
8130 Kato Paphos
Tel: 00357 99 103976
E-mail: yc.gro.hcruhcnacilgnasohpap@yraterceshcruhc

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