THE MARONITES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
In 1974, following the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, a large number of the Cypriot Maronite community fled their country and found refuge in London.
The following year, 1975, saw the outbreak of war in Lebanon, and the latter led to the massive emigration of Lebanese Maronites to various parts of the world, including London. In 1983, the Lebanese Maronite Order opened its mission in London, and has been serving the growing community of Maronites, both Lebanese and Cypriot, ever since.
Starting from Wednesday, 2nd of December 2020
Wednesday - 19:00 hrs
Friday - 19:00 hrs
Saturday - 19:00 hrs
Sunday - 11:30 am
Sunday - 10:30 am
English Mass in Enfield
St Charbel's Day will be celebrated on the 22nd of each month
Continuous prayers from 17:30 hrs until 19:00 hrs followed by a Mass