CHURCH OF LATER DAY SAINTS:16 Elefterotrias
Frisilis, Halandri. Open throughout the
week. Sun 11:00-12:00 Special musical
presentations. Tel. 210 6251976.
CHURCH ST. PAUL: Phileninon st.,
Syntagma. Tel. 210 3234790.
GREEK EVANGELICAL CHURCH: 5 Amalias
Ave. Most Reverand Panayiotis
Kantartzis(Pastor). Open every Sun. from
11:oo am. to 7:oo pm.
ARMENIAN CHURCH (Catholic) OF ST.
GREGORY: 2 Rene Pio, Neos Kosmos.
Reverend Nisoin Karaheyan. Open every day from 9
am. to 1 pm.
ARMENIAN METROPOLIS OF ST. GREGORY THE
ILLUMINATOR:10 Kriezi st. Psyrri.
Reverand Sahag Ayvazian. Open Mon. to
Fri. 9:30 am. to 2 pm.
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH: 14 Kourtesi,
Halandri. Tel. 210 6012054
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH: MESOLOGIOU 8 DAFNI, ATHENS GREECE after Agious Iouanis
Orthodox Church & at the back of Marinopulous Supermarket
Vouliagmenis Avenue. Telephone number: 210-97-00-374/ cellphone#:693-0413264 & 693-0442627. Ttimes of services:SUNDAY Tagalog Service 11:30-12:30; English Service 12:30-1:30 Wednesday 7:00-8:00 Prayer Meeting. e-mail: email@example.com
CHURCH OF ST. PAUL THE BAPTIST: 11
Panepistimiou, Psychico. French Mass on
Sundays at 6 pm., Spanish Mass on the first Sun.
of every month, at 6 pm.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF St. PAUL: 4
Kokkinaki, Kifissia. Father Paul Buhagiar. English
Mass on Saturdays at 7 pm. and Sundays at 8:30
& 11 am.
Come early if you want a seat.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF CHRIST THE
KING: 51 Timotheou, Pagrati. Father
Ioannis. Services every Sun. 8 am. to
10:30 am. From the second sunday of June to
the second Sunday of Sept. at 9:30 am. Also
Mass every Tue. at 7 pm.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL OF St.
DIONYSUS: 22 Panepistimiou and 9
Omonia. Father Apostol Varthalitis.
Daily Mass from 7 am. to 8 am. ; Sunday from
7 am. to 11 am. (one service per hour)
and at 7 pm.
SYNAGOGUE BETH SHALOM: 5 Melidoni,
Athens. Tel. 210 3252773
INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP OF ATHENS: Aiolou 68-70, 7th
on Sunday morning. firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their website at www.icfofathens.com
Glyfada Christian Center: English/Greek services on Sunday mornings at 10:30, with children’s
services provided. Saki Karagiorga 117, Ano Glyfada
Agios Andreas Church Services in
Greece’s Orthodox Church will begin holding
regular services in a modern Western language
to cater to English-speaking churchgoers. The
Orthodox liturgy hails directly from the
Byzantine church tradition and is held in
third-century Greek. The hymns will be still
in Greek, otherwise the music would be
destroyed. But all plain texts and the sermon
will be in English. The service will be from
7.30-10.30 a.m. in the Chapel of Aghios
Andreas in Plaka (19 Aghias Filotheis
“This is the
first time the Greek Orthodox Church has organized
an English-language service on a regular basis,”
said Father John Raffan, an Orthodox priest from
Scotland who will conduct the weekly
(This may no longer be going on)
St. Andrews International Church
evangelical, inter-denominational, multi-national
church serving the English-speaking, foreign
community in the greater Athens area. Over twenty
nationalities are represented within their two
congregations. Worship services on Sunday are at9:00 AM in Kifissia and 11:30 AM in Athens at Sina 66, Kolonaki, Athens 106 72 Athens.(11:45am). More
information, along with maps to services, can be
found on their web page:
Omonia Church of
Christ: We would like to
invite you to worship with us. The English speaking service meets at
6:00 PM. Our address is PIREOS 28, ATHENS. The Omonia subway station is
very close to the Church building. For further
information, call Alexandros Melirrytos 011-30-6944-836-579 or
011-30-6944-014-385. Email: email@example.com
THE GLYFADA CHURCH OF CHRIST: We are happy to know that you plan to travel to Greece we would like to invite you to worship with us in ENGLISH at The Glyfada Church of Christ. ALL NATIONALITIES ARE WELCOME. We meet on Sunday evenings at 6:00 PM and our address is: CHALDEIAS 59, ELLINIKON,
Athens 16777. TEL 011 30 6944344167 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Life of Christ Church (Penticostal/Charismatic Christian Church)
English and Greek spoken! (translation available)
Lenorman 82, 3rd floor (Near the Railway Station)
Pastors Lymberis and Kathy Siologa
Services: Sunday morning 10:30
Sunday evening 19:00
Wednesday evening 19:00
Tzami Botanikou Mosque. After years of delays caused by red tape, cutbacks and opposition from religious and political factions, the first government-funded mosque in Athens since 1833 opened its doors to worshipers on Friday Nov 6 2020. Athens has approximately 250,000 Muslims, who have to observe their religion in unofficial, unauthorized shrines across the city, many in basement apartments. The new Athenian
mosque is relatively small, it does not have a minaret, and loudspeakers, which normally issue the call to prayers, will not be allowed. The mosque is on a street with no name in an industrial area of Athens but if you taking a taxi/Uber, put in the address for Wang Shi Trading & go all the way down the alley, and the mosque is the on the right. You will probably think that this can't be the place but it is.
Those of the Islamic faith may also try
the CULTURAL OF ISLAMIC DEMOCRACY OF IRAN in
Philothei. Tel. 210 6818154. The Caravel
Hotel has allocated an area for this purpose,
however days and hours are subject to change at
any given time without prior announcements, so it
would be best to contact the hotel at 210
(Alcoholics Annon):156 Ippokratous
St. Athens 210-645-2972. Daily meetings in English
6:45 Mon. to Fri. weekend at noon.
AA Voula group Vasiliou Pavlou, Voula;
210-961-0470 MEETINGS Mon. Wed. Fri.6:45
by Dorian Kokas