St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral Nicosia, is part of the Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf; one of three Dioceses which make up the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East, which is also a Province within the world-wide Anglican Communion.
St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral, although one of the smallest in size, has a very big heart! It has been a place of worship for over 125 years and we continue to uphold that tradition. We are home to an international community drawn from all the continents of the world: a diverse mix of people of many nationalities, ages and backgrounds. We are the ‘Cathedral of Cyprus’ and home to the Bishop’s ‘cathedra’ (his seat) since 1981, but like a parish church, we aim to welcome everyone, whether a visitor, pilgrim or a resident, whatever their religious background. We are always especially delighted to welcome those who are new and many from a variety of denominations find their home with us during their time here. We also have active refugee/ asylum seekers programmes each week. Our Sunday Sung Eucharist begins at 10am, and also Wednesday’s on 10.30am, a place of peace and prayer within the heart of this city.
We hope that this website provides you with an introduction and flavour to the life of this Cathedral Church of St. Paul, as well as giving you information about other events and announcements.
Whether you live locally or are planning to visit us from far away, you are assured of a warm welcome! Further pictures of our Cathedral Church and what we do are also posted on the Facebook page: stpaulsanglicancathedralnicosiafacebook. Dean Jeremy Crocker joined the Cathedral in May 2015 and can be contacted at email@example.com or 00357 22677897. For Funeral, Baptism or Wedding enquires please contact the Dean’s PA Helen Klostris at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 00357 22445221.