Parish History

Church of the Holy Trinity and St. Luke
Parish History

The Church of the Holy Trinity and St Luke the Evangelist was founded in 1983 and until December 1994 services were held at an Anglican church in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham.

The great desire of our community members was to acquire our own church building and in 1992 the decision was taken to relocate our Church to the West Midlands Cypriot Community Centre in Erdington, Birmingham. 

With the help of the Church Council and our priest at the time, Father Nikolaos Skapoulis, together with the support and blessing of his Eminence Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain as well as the generosity of our community members and compatriots, our goal became reality. On the 22nd October 1995 with all due ceremony Archbishop Gregorios consecrated our new Church. The Divine Liturgy has been celebrated here ever since on Sundays and on all the main feast days.

Our Church celebrates the feast day of St Luke the Evangelist on the 18th October and on the Monday of the Holy Spirit.

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