Greek Orthodox churches open doors in Australia, but are required to take ‘service bookings’

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Religious organisations in Australia can hold services for up to 10 people with social-distancing rules observed.

Archimandrite Evmenios Vasilopoulos, Archiepiscopal Vicar of Northcote, told Neos Kosmos that only ten parishioners will be allowed in the church at any given time. The number will not count clerics, chanters and altar boys. People will no longer be able to wake up on Sunday, and just go to church without having “made arrangements” to attend.

In the case of memorial services (mnimosina) the number of people present will not exceed ten....


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Greek Orthodox churches open doors in Australia, but are required to take ‘service bookings’


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