Parishes of Georgian Church to conduct worship abroad without parishioners
Parishes of Georgian Church to conduct worship abroad without parishioners

Eparchies of Western Europe of Georgian Orthodox Church uniting 57 parishes will conduct worship and liturgies abroad without parishioners.

The believers will have the opportunity to watch church services online through Facebook pages though despite the imposed restrictions, churches will still be open for individual praying.

The video address was released by Bishop of North America Saba Intskirveli. Public church services have been temporarily suspended in the United Kingdom and Ireland due fears of novel coronavirus pandemic.

Archpriest Tamaz Lomidze of the Georgian Orthodox Church in Munich also informed the believers that public church services would not be conducted to the pandemic situation in Germany.

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