Welcome to St Spryidon's

Great Yarmouth's Greek Orthodox Church. Feel free to explore our website but if you can't find what you are looking for please don't hesitate to get in touch on our contacts page and we will do our best to help you. 
Epiphany When: January 6th
The Annunciation When: March 25th
The Transfiguration When: August 6th
Feast Day of St Spyridon When: December 12th

About Our Church

A group of believers that love God’s word
St Spyridon's Greek Orthodox Church Read More About Our Church

Saint Spyridon's Greek Orthodox Church in Great Yarmouth was originally an Anglican church built in 1831. Click the button below to find out about the rich and vibrant history of this busy church and how it came to our Greek community.
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Patron Saint Spyridon

A shepherd who helped the homeless
Patron Saint Spyridon Learn About Our Patron Saint

Saint Spyridon is the Patron Saint of our Church here in Great Yarmouth but his story starts in Cyprus. Known as Saint Spyridon of Tremithus, he born towards the end of the third century on the island of Cyprus where he was a shepherd with a wife and children.
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Greek Dinner & Dances

Our regular and hugely popular charity event
Greek Dinner and Dance Find Out How To Buy Tickets

Our semi-annual Greek Dinner and Dances are hugely popular with fantastic music, food and dancing so it is an event not to be missed! The dinner and dance is a charity event in aid of St Spyridon's Church usually held at the Ocean Rooms in Gorleston.
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We Are Passionate About Community

There has been a Greek presence in Great Yarmouth since the 1940s and we have around 200 families attached to our church with an attendance of about 120 to our Sunday services.

The Church building also houses a community hall and a busy Greek school as well as having Greek dance classes. We hold regular Greek dinner and dances to raise money for charity and the Church celebrated 50 years as a Greek Orthodox Church in 2015.

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Our Classes

Restoration Project

Church Committee

Calendar of Events
“The church is a very big part of our existence here ... As long as there is a Greek soul here it is important that the church is open every day.”

Meet Father Fotios Bithas

Father Fotios Bithas
Father Fotios Bithas is the only permanent Greek Orthodox priest in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Meet Our Church Committee

Get In Touch

  • St. Peter's Road, Great Yarmouth
    Norfolk NR30 3AY UK
  • 01493 856098

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