ANZAC Day service held at St Spyridon War Memorial Church in Sydney


On Sunday, April 21, St Spyridon Parish in Kingsford, Sydney, held a special ANZAC Day memorial service following the Divine Liturgy.

The annual memorial service was led by parish priests Father Steven Scoutas and Father Stavros Ivanos, and honoured the courageous men and women who served in World War I, World War II and beyond.

Students of St Spyridon College participated in the service, reciting the Ode in English and Greek. Wreaths were also laid by various dignitaries and veterans.

Special guests who attended included the Consul General of Greece in Sydney, Yannis Mallikourtis, veterans of RSL Associations, officers of the Australian Army, representatives of local Greek and Cypriot organisations, and local government officials.




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