Pontians to hold Greek Genocide commemoration event in Sydney


On Sunday, May 19, the Pontian community in Sydney will gather for a Remembrance Day and Commemoration of the Greek Genocide.

The event has been organised by Pontoxeniteas NSW and will begin from 9.30am with a Divine Liturgy Service at the Cathedral of the Annunciation of Our Lady in Redfern.

A wreath laying service at the Cenotaph on the grounds of the Cathedral will also take place, followed by a Commemoration event in the St Andrew’s Theological College Hall from 12pm.

At 2pm, there will be a trisagion (memorial service) held at the Pontian House in Earlwood, with lunch provided.

Pontoxeniteas NSW will be providing free transport to the events. A bus will be departing from the Pontian House (15 Riverview Road, Earlwood) at 8.30am, returning at approximately 1.30pm.

For those interested, please contact a committee member or email pontoxeniteas@gmail.com to book your seat on the bus.




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