RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR OC 74/1
Extent62 ff.
TitleOecumenical Patriarchate In Diaspora: Great Britain: Orthodox Clergy And Parishes
DateJanuary 1941-December 1965
DescriptionMainly concerning St. Bartlemas Chapel in Oxford (1941-44), together with the use of churches by Orthodox congregations and invitations to celebrations including anniversaries and blessing the waters.

Including: 'The Bartlemas Chapel' (f. 1); letter from Archimandrite Nicholas Gibbes regarding St. Bartlemas (f. 2); St. Bartelmas Hall (f. 3); letter to Basil Batty, Bishop of Fulham, regarding Orthodox national rivalries (f. 4); letter from Nicholas Zerov, Secretary, Fellowship of St Alban and St Sergius (f. 5); letter to Germanos, Archbishop of Thyateira (f. 6); memo on proposed Orthodox House at Oxford by John Douglas (ff. 7-8); file note regarding the proposed Panorthodox theological college (f. 9); letters from William Temple to J. Douglas (ff. 10-11); letter from W. Temple to, Kenneth Kirk, Bishop of Oxford (f. 12); file note regarding a herrenvolk (f. 13); file note regarding Poles studying at Oxford (f. 14); letter from Sawa, Bishop of Grodno i Nowogrodek (ff. 15-16); letter from Richard Hanson, King's College, London (f. 17); letters from Leonard Hodgson, Christ Church, Oxford, regarding Polish co-operation in the project (ff. 18-19); correspondence involving John Rawlinson, Bishop of Derby, regarding the question of Lev Gillet being alright (ff. 20-1); file notes regarding L. Gillet (ff. 22-3); letter from L. Gillet (f. 24); letter to Athenagoras, Oecumenical Patriarch (f. 25); correspondence involving Laurence Brown, Archdeacon of Lewisham, regarding problem churches (ff. 26-8 and 30); file note regarding a meeting with James Vivros (f. 29);correspondence involving J. Vivros (ff. 31, 33, 37 and 41); letter to W. Houghton regarding use of a church in south London (f. 32); correspondence involving Mervyn Stockwood, Bishop iof Southwark (ff. 34-5); letter from John Robinson, Bishop of Woolwich regarding provision in south London (f. 36); 'English Orthodox Parish' by Stavros Petrides (ff. 38-9); letter to Athenagoras, Metropolitan of Thyateira regarding a new Orthodox parish to use English and a church in Margate (ff. 40, 46-8, 50-1 and 61); correspondence involving Basil Minchin regarding a new Orthodox parish to use English (ff. 42 and 44-5); file note regarding a new Orthodox parish to use English (f. 43); file note regarding an Orthodox monastry at Walsingham (f. 49); letters, a message and file notes involving Michael Ramsey, Metropolitan Athenagoras, Christopher Chavasse, Bishop of Rochester, regarding the opening of a Greek Orthodox church in Margate and subsequent services (ff. 52-60) and letter to David Porter, Bishop of Aston regarding Holy Trinity Bordesley (f. 62).

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